So before moving to the process make a backup and try saving all the existing data. We hope that the above-given procedure is easy to use and successful to install Stock Firmware on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Spreadtrum-powered. If you have any issues or queries, feel free to ask in the comments below. It helps to replace the existing firmware on the device with a new version of the firmware. This is often done to address bugs, improve performance, or add new features to the device. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Run on android 9.0 & it is Powered by QCOM SD 665 Processor. It is a Dual SIM Smartphone Support Nano GSM SIM Card, Connectivity Option’s Include 3G 4G, GPS, Wi Fi, Bluetooth etc, Sensor include Goryo Proximity Gravity etc.
We saw the first sign of Google enabling Android Auto Wireless for non-Pixel devices back in August. Now, we have an official confirmation about some new devices that can take advantage of Android Auto Wireless. The MIUI 12.5 update rollout has picked up steam over the last few weeks.
In this list, Redmi Note 8/Pro got Android 11 based MIUI 12 ROM. When you are in stock ROM, you can update your mobile using the OTA method. When you can’t do the regular OTA, you can use one of the below manual methods.
- XiaoMiTool V2 was designed to take this service to a next level, with better graphical interface, better portability, more stability and more upgradability.
- Even they plan to give options for removing bloatware apps.
- You may upgrade or downgrade the Android firmware with flashing.
- these steps shouldn’t require a PhD in software development either.
- The bootloader unlocking situation on the Snapdragon-powered models is somewhat complicated, thus the custom ROM development for the Galaxy devices is normally centered around the Exynos variants.
The Android 9 Pie-based AOSP ROM for the Note 8 is a far cry from Xiaomi’s MIUI and offers a stock Android-like experience with plenty of additional features. As per the comments in the forum post, the ROM seems to be quite stable and all the features are working as expected.
- Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent decline in smartphone sales, Samsung and Xiaomi seem to be continuing the trend this year.
- If you’ve used smartphones for a while, there’s a very good chance it has happened to you.
- Xiaomi recently took the wraps off their latest mid-range device from their Redmi brand, the Redmi Note 8 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro.
- However, before you go ahead and flash it on your device, do note that the kernel is currently in its alpha release and it might result in your device stock ROM getting stuck in a boot loop.
- hopefully you’ve learned a bit on the way and had some fun too.
If you’re looking forward to running the latest iteration of MIUI on your phone, then you’re in luck as Xiaomi has now officially outlined the MIUI 12.5 update roadmap for its global device portfolio. Samsung DeX turns flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets into portable PCs. In its first iteration, released alongside the Galaxy S8, DeX required dedicated hardware in the form of the DeX Station. With the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4, DeX no longer required a special dock and instead worked with supported USB Type-C to HDMI dongles.