Domestoboto, 01 Jun 2018I find Xiaomi's, err, updating choices RIDICULOUS to say the least. For instance, my brothe... moreOk so what exactly are you getting with new Android versions with miui? It's MIUI anyway. You are going to see zero deifference between Android versions when it comes to miui. They even update the security patches so why do you even care about Android updates? I think people are just complaining for no reason. Xiaomi is doing a fantastic job updating thier old phones so give them a break. Most companies ditch thier flagships in two years! (Including Google themselves)
I find Xiaomi's, err, updating choices RIDICULOUS to say the least.
For instance, my brother's Mi 5S and mother's Redmi Note 4 are both running MIUI 9.5.2. But the 5S with the SUPERIOR Snapdragon 821 is still stuck on 7.0, while the Redmi with the slower 625 is on 7.1.1.
They're cheating when they update the MIUI version but NOT the Android version.
I can't see Redmi Note 5 pro in the list ?
Nzi97, 01 Jun 2018Well, what they update is only the miui, which is their service, something that give them mone... moreMaking a UI backward-compatible with old android means they made some people develop it, test it, debug it, and support it until it's stable. That actually costs money. Correct me if I'm wrong, but buying a new phone is better for the company than giving people a reason to keep their old ones.
Although I'd wish to see them upgrade the OS more, upgrading UI for old devices is always welcome and appreciated- it means a whole team dedicated time and effort to make a UI made for a new android compatible with older ones.
Nice job xiaomi :)
SohailSays, 31 May 2018Redmi Note 3 with Nougat? Lol! It didn't walk after Marshmallow. It won't get Nougat at all.Meh, nvm.
I thought it was released with Marshmallow anyway, but hey, my point still applies.
Nzi97, 01 Jun 2018Well, what they update is only the miui, which is their service, something that give them mone... moreWell it's hard to blame Xiaomi for short Android OS upgrade support, since Google themselves make the newer OS less and less compatible with older devices.
love, 31 May 2018This is why I like Xiaomi a lot. Phones are always updated. Well, what they update is only the miui, which is their service, something that give them money, not android itself, so there's that
But it's better than not having anything at all right
ahtang, 31 May 2018there is 'Perfomance mode' in 'Game speed booster'
open Security app > Game speed booste... moreI know that and if i use that feature the phone will get hot so quickly and in the end it will also forced close or the phone will lags so bad.
I've try everything from looking some tips & tricks on the internet, using game speed booster or even messing around with developer option but none of them really works.
Genza, 31 May 2018I still have Xiaomi Mi4C that i use as my backup phone their updates is great but i always hav... morethere is 'Perfomance mode' in 'Game speed booster'
open Security app > Game speed booster > setting
This is why I like Xiaomi a lot. Phones are always updated.
imho, 31 May 2018mi 4c using sd 808 right? as far as i know sometimes oem disable a57 cores to prevent phone fr... moreYes it has SD808 and then why i still get overheat even after they disable 57 cores?
FYI when i'm still using MIUI based on Android Lollipop i don't get these problems they don't disable the 57 cores and the only time my MI4C gets heat up is when i play games for more than 30 minutes and i never got any forced close.
Arif238, 31 May 2018Xiaomi doesn't bump up the android version for older device they simply give the feature of ne... moreXiaomi = MIUI. Regardless the base Android version, most features are the same. Sometimes they're stuck on base Android version capability (like Dual Apps and Second Space not available for KitKat), but it doesn't happen often. Whenever possible, they eventually upgrade the base version anyway. Everything should be better when Oreo with proper treble support (partition A & B) is the least supported base version since in theory, base version upgrade should simply be a source code drop-in.
happy to see MIUI10 on my redmi 5a in 2 months from now
Shanti Dope, 31 May 2018Only for those that are still viable to be upgraded in OS version, that is. Even if not, the ... moreRedmi Note 3 with Nougat? Lol! It didn't walk after Marshmallow. It won't get Nougat at all.
Hope Xiaomi inserts the feature to control notification from fingerprint sensor.
It's very popular now a days .
An app drawer option Wil go a long way
Arif238, 31 May 2018Xiaomi doesn't bump up the android version for older device they simply give the feature of ne... moreOnly for those that are still viable to be upgraded in OS version, that is.
Even if not, the MIUI features would still be implemented even for older versions of Android OS.
Redmi Note 3 with Android Nougat is running the same exact MIUI 9 version as the one found on the Mi Mix 2s with Android Oreo. Everything in MIUI 9 is present on that phone, nothing is missing at all.
Usually, on other OEMs, when the OS upgrade stops, even the launcher updates would bring little to no difference at all, until to the endpoint of absolutely no more updates.
wow Miui 10 looks alot like Flyme os that i used on meizu mx4 few years ago!