The most phenomenal phone ever made by xiaomi after redmi 2. The feature is very worthly with the price. And I never get problem with hardware after 1,5years use too. Great job xiaomi..
Already used for 2 years. No problem so far.
Just updated to Nougat yesterday and I feel much smoother than before
including the fingerprint.
Mobile masseur, 25 Oct 2018Hi, I have a internal memory problems. I'm using 3/32GB version. When I check internal memory ... moreIts a problem with the download manager. The download manager is preventing the new updates from installing. It happened to my phone too. I just updated the download manager in system apps updater and now every update installs fine.
Hi, I have a internal memory problems. I'm using 3/32GB version. When I check internal memory status, it write me that I have 16 GB free, but still, I am not able to install anything, neither update already installed apps. What is wrong?
Tipu, 10 Sep 2018I am a singer
If I record song without headphone/earphone at my default
recorder it becomes ... morePractice more just keep on singing to get better quality upon recording
don't blame the device
Phone accidentally mutes when speaking(maybe move mute icon in difirent place.) Also the touch screen does not work good with screen protector on.
Near perfect phone for its price.
Completed a year of using this. Still runs 2 days on normal use. One and a half under heavy use. Gets regular updates, too. Not of the OS, but just security patches and MIUI, which I am happy with. If you don't need to showboat, this is all the phone one would ever need. Its successor, the Redmi 5 has only become larger, heavier and gets a smaller battery. The Redmi 6 doesn't even use an SD processor. All Xiaomi needed to do update this phone is slightly trim the top and bottom bezels, retain this 5-inch 16:9 screen, put in the latest SD 4xx or 6xx processor, put in USB C, perhaps enable it with FHD and call it a Redmi 7. I came to MIUI after 3 years of plain Android (JellyBean to Lollipop). And after one year of MIUI in this, I tried Android Oreo on a Sony flagship. Though I loved the hardware, I found plain Android tiresome after MIUI. I returned the Sony and am happy to be back to the Redmi 4. I wish small screens -- 4.3 to 5-inch (16:9) notchless phones were still made.
Ali, 11 Sep 2018May I have to root my phone first No just unlock the bootloader & install twrp then flash the rom ....
Anonymous, 31 Aug 2018https://forum.xda-developers.com/xiaomi-redmi-4x/developmentMay I have to root my phone first