Xiaomi Unveils MIUI Update Based on Android 14 for Xiaomi 13 series


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Android 14, the latest operating system, has completed its preview stage and is now being rolled out to Pixel devices. Xiaomi, not wanting to be left behind, has also released a new version of its MIUI based on Android 14. This update is available for several Xiaomi models through an Over-The-Air (OTA) update.

Discover the latest MIUI update based on Android 14 for Xiaomi 13, 13 Pro, and 12T

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The specific Xiaomi models that will receive the update are Xiaomi 13, Xiaomi 13 Pro, and Xiaomi 12T. Initially, the new version was only accessible to beta testers, but now it is becoming available to users on the Global and EEA branches.

If you own one of these Xiaomi models, you can expect to receive OTA updates soon with the following firmware versions:

Xiaomi 13:

  • MIUI-V14.0.5.0.UMCMIXM
  • MIUI-V14.0.5.0.UMCEUXM

Xiaomi-13 Pro:

  • MIUI-V14.0.5.0.UMBMIXM
  • MIUI-V14.0.5.0.UMBEUXM

Xiaomi 12T:

  • MIUI-V14.0.6.0.ULQMIXM
  • MIUI-V14.0.5.0.ULQEUXM

These updates bring the latest features and improvements of Android 14 to Xiaomi users. It is an exciting development for Xiaomi device owners who have been eagerly waiting for the new OS version.

Android 14 introduces a range of enhancements, including improved privacy settings, enhanced app permissions, and a more intuitive user interface. Xiaomi’s customized MIUI based on Android 14 will further enhance the user experience by adding Xiaomi’s unique features and optimizations.

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To ensure a smooth update process, it is recommended to connect to a stable Wi-Fi network and ensure that your device has sufficient battery power before initiating the OTA update. Keep an eye out for the notification indicating the availability of the update on your Xiaomi device, and enjoy the new features and improvements brought by Android 14 and MIUI.

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