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Redmi Note 4

[Discussion] Redmi Note 4 Snapdragon Processor

2019-07-17 01:27:13
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                     Xiaomi is known to push the latest updates not only to its new but also older smartphones. Redmi Note 3, Mi 4, Mi MAX were some of the aged devices that received the MIUI 10 update as part of Xiaomi’s commitment to keep older hardware running on new software. But after the company’s announcement of establishing Redmi as an independent brand in China, it is now making certain changes to its strategy for updates. Xiaomi has announced that it will be withdrawing support for MIUI beta ROM for older devices “to ensure better stability“.
Starting April 4, Xiaomi will no longer be pushing the updates for MIUI beta aka Global Developer ROM to certain devices under the Xiaomi and Redmi brands. These devices include:

  • Redmi 4 series
  • Redmi Note 4 (MediaTek variant)
  • Redmi 4A
  • Redmi 3S/3X/3SP
  • Redmi Note 3 SE
  • Redmi Pro.
To clarify, the Indian version of Redmi Note 4 which is powered by Snapdragon 625 chipset will still be eligible for the MIUI beta update. For others listed above, Xiaomi recommends that users must install the latest stable MIUI 10 ROM in order to keep receiving the latest updates. While doing so, it must be noted that you will not be able to install any older MIUI 10 build if you have one of these smartphones due to Xiaomi’s anti-rollback policy.
For users who would still be interested in testing new features on their devices before the final release, Xiaomi will be hosting a separate program in the future. While there is no further information on this, we can expect it to be some sort of a closed beta program.
If you’re running MIUI 10 beta on any of the Redmi devices above and wish to continue receiving latest updates, you need to download the latest Fastboot ROM for your device and install it using the Mi Flash Tool. Your data will be wiped in the process, so make sure you take a full backup. Although the steps for this process are fairly simple, if you wish to double check, you can follow this tutorial by the MIUI community

                                This News informs us that there will be no update for Redmi device hear after Then for what purpose Xiaomi said we will be providing regular update.. Hmm Redmi Note 4 Snapdragon Process will receive r they too will not receive any update i need to clear by doubt

2019-07-17 01:27:13
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MaddyRao Author | from Redmi Note 4


Guys if u know any info update in this
2019-07-17 01:29:42

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Mi sumi | from Redmi 6


thanks for sharing.   
2019-07-17 04:44:29

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Ketan Anand Choudhary | from Redmi Note 3


dukan chalne laga to aukaat dikha diya...doobe gi company maine to kah diya
2019-07-17 05:50:55

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1688957327 | from Redmi Note 4


no update available 7 months too this is no 1 smart selling smartphone true lines 👈👈
2019-07-17 07:27:45

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Rohith432 | from Redmi Note 4


Tq for sharing...
2019-07-17 09:56:24

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Nitesh Varotariya | from Redmi Note 3


thanks for information
2019-07-17 10:18:58

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sid@2909 | from Redmi Y2


Please tell me the name of the font you use as shown in picture.
2019-07-17 11:31:44

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MaddyRao Author | from Redmi Note 4


Please tell me the name of the font you use as shown in picture.

In which pic u r saying
2019-07-17 12:05:01

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Bablu5198874756 | from Redmi Note 6 Pro


good information
2019-07-17 14:25:56

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Bstard | from Redmi Note 4


The only option is to switch to the translated china rom
2019-07-17 17:23:54
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