Xiaomi will no longer develop MIUI for these smartphones


Xiaomi has announced changes to its MIUI update schedule for a number of its smartphones.

Xiaomi Announces Changes to MIUI Update Schedule for Redmi Note 11 and Redmi K40S

MIUI 14 Update

Beta updates for the following devices have stopped completely:

  • Xiaomi 11
  • Xiaomi 11 Pro
  • Xiaomi 11 Ultra
  • Redmi K40S
  • Redmi Note 11T Pro
  • Redmi Note 11T Pro+

This does not mean that these devices will no longer receive software updates, but new features will no longer be available. Software support for these models will also cease in about a year.

Beta updates for the following devices have been temporarily suspended:

Work on MIUI betas for these devices will resume after the current beta versions are transferred to Android 14.

In short:

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  • Xiaomi 11, 11 Pro, 11 Ultra, Redmi K40S, Note 11T Pro, and Note 11T Pro+ will no longer receive new features in MIUI beta updates.
  • Xiaomi 13 Ultra, 13 Pro, 13, MIX Fold 3, MIX Fold 2, Redmi K60 Pro, and K60 will temporarily stop receiving MIUI beta updates until the current beta versions are transferred to Android 14.

What does this mean for you?

If you own one of the devices listed above, you will still receive software updates that include security patches and bug fixes. However, you will no longer receive new features in MIUI beta updates.

If you are eager to try out the latest MIUI features, you can consider enrolling your device in the Mi Pilot program. The Mi Pilot program allows users to test out new MIUI features before they are available to the public. However, it is important to note that Mi Pilot builds may be buggy and unstable.

If you are not comfortable with buggy software, it is best to stick with the stable version of MIUI.

If you happen to own one of the affected Xiaomi smartphones, there’s no need to panic. You will continue to receive essential updates and support, and for some models, exciting new features will be on the horizon as they transition to the Android 14 platform. Xiaomi remains steadfast in its commitment to providing a top-notch software experience for its users, and these changes are designed to facilitate that commitment in the long run.

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  1. September 25, 2023

    get rid of the whole MIUI development team. the whole OS is a junk! everyone that bought xiaomi switched to MIUI EU because of it

    • September 27, 2023


      I still prefer the CN version for many reasons.

    • October 2, 2023

      lol…MIUI EU is based off MIUI CN and is still MIUI (only the themes are off global and they took off some Chinese apps, made it multi-lingual)

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