|Vinay Patel |||Sep 01, 2015 12:39 AM EDT|
(Photo : Reuters) Just a week after officially announcing the MIU7, Xiaomi has also introduced an updated ROM to the system, though only in Beta version. Users can download and install the ROM in all types of Xiaomi supported devices
Just a week after officially announcing the MIU7, Xiaomi has also introduced an updated ROM to the system in Beta version. Users can download and install the ROM in all types of Xiaomi supported devices.
According to a report on Tech Times, Xiaomi is circulating the MIU7 Global beta ROM over the air. The new ROM version is available across Mi 3, Mi 4, Mi 4i, Redmi 2, Redmi 1S, Redmi Note 3G and Redmi Note 4G. The report also states that users can download the update through Fastboot. Apart from a more colourful and attractive interface, Xiaomi said that the updated version comes with a battery optimisation feature for extended usage and also array of other personalisation options that are guaranteed to provide a better user experience, as confirmed in the report.
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The report also advises users that when they decide to download the updated ROM, their devices should be hooked on to a stable Wi-Fi network. Additionally, in order to check whether or not the update is available on their device, users are instructed to go the "Updater" app on their mobiles and check. Also, the devices that support the update come with two link options: Fastboot and Recovery. Lastly, all users are advised to take a back-up of their media files before initiating the update.
Meanwhile, the report also points out that MIU7 already includes XXL Text, Child Mode, Baby Album, Showtime, integrated Opera Max's data saving technology and sleep detection along with a host of other awesome features. In its official statement, the Xiaomi Global Office said that they would continue to release beta version updates, once in every two weeks, on a Monday, before 7 pm Beijing time. The team added that this was being done to optimise the Global Beta program.
Another report on Times of India, warns users saying that since the operating system is still in beta version it is likely to possess bugs and may need some more fine tuning. The report also goes on to compare MIU7 with its predecessor claiming that the latter is shown to have 30 percent better response while launching apps and a 10 percent better battery life.
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