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Android 10 for the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite available, but better wait for the OTA »ERdC

Android 10 for the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite available, but better wait the OTA

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The Xiaomi Mi A3, an Android One series device from the Chinese manufacturer, I received an Android 10 last month, but only a few days after it started rolling out, the update was suspended due to multiple errors present in the ROM. Now, a new update to Android 10, this time for the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite. The update at this time is available to be downloaded and installed manually. However, taking into account the comments of the people who have been encouraged to install it, the most recommended is wait for update via OTA.

Do not manually install Android 10 for the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite

The update to Android 10 for the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite comes with the number of QDLMIXM compilation. The ROM is 1.1 GB in size. From the renowned forum XDA Developers A download link has been posted for the update. However, as we mentioned at the beginning, the best is to wait notification on our device that the OTA update is now available.

This is because in the comments of those who have installed it there seems to be some problems. The slightest problem is that the device stopped flowing, being slower in everything. Meanwhile those who have had worse luck report that their device it stays on the boot screen and never starts the system.

Wait for notification from OTA

If you own a Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite, you can try to check if the update is available via OTA from the system configuration menu. If it is not yet available, you may need to wait a few days for it. Even so, it is best to confirm that there are still no problems before updating.

Last month, it had been discovered from the same XDA forum that Xiaomi uploaded the device's Android 10 kernel source code. This indicated that an update release was just around the corner. What has surprised and negatively is the delay it has taken to update a device that is part of the Android One program. Some of these delays can be attributed to the outbreak of coronavirus from China and the impact this has had in various sectors around the world.

Initially, this Android 10 update would reach users around the world in small batches. Then a broader deployment is expected in the coming weeks if no critical errors are found. For the moments The most recommended thing is not to risk our devices and be patient.

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