Last Thursday, 19 November 2020, the Xiaomi began to deploy the version 184.108.40.206 do MIUI 12. The main objective of this update is to improve the performance of the sensors and the Photo application of its most recent gamma tops, such as Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro or even the Redmi K30 Pro.
With the update, the Mi Camera application gains new several modes, such as the “Shuttle Crowd” mode for the crowd or even the “Neon Night Curtain” mode to add lighting effects to your photos. However, after releasing it the company found that it is full of bugs and is causing many stability problems in the devices mentioned above. The situation is so critical that the company recommends not to install the update, at least for now.
The problems caused seem to be many, ranging from the inability to connect to the Internet from a second SIM card, insensitivity of the touch screen when charging the battery, drastic drop in the number of fps during games, greater power consumption, lag when taking screenshots, overheating, and more. For now, as you may have noticed, it is best not to download the MIUI 12 update 220.127.116.11, and wait for the implementation of a patch that may be “healthier”.
Xiaomi asks you not to install MIUI 18.104.22.168
As a reminder, Xiaomi presented the international version of MIUI 12 last November 4th. This interface can be based on Android 10 or Android 11, depending on the equipment, and improves many aspects of the user interface. In this first phase, the company is gradually rolling out the stable version of MIUI 12 on about fifty smartphones from Xiaomi and Redmi.
Among the main novelties of this operating system, we highlight the integration of new transitions between screens and applications through 3D animations managed by two graphics engines. The famous cosmic wallpapers are also making their debut on MIUI 12. We should add a system of permissions and more respectful sharing of privacy, a reworked multitasking mode, the addition of a new energy saving mode, or even the establishment of a forms drawer.
Last but not least, MIUI 12 already has a system-wide dark mode.
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