Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Redmi Y2 Android Pie Update Rollout Resumes With Optimisations in Tow

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Redmi Y2 got the Android Pie update in India earlier this year. The most recent Android Pie update was showcased alongside the most recent MIUI 10 Global Stable ROM and the July Android Security Patch. 

But, Xiaomi stopped the product update rollout sometime back and explained that the product update will continue after optimisations. It would appear that Xiaomi has completed optimaisations ad, the rollout has now resumed for the budget smartphone Redmi Y2.

Xiaomi has resumed the rollout for the Redmi (Priced)Y2₹ 7,999 and has additionally posted the most recent firmware on online. At first, Xiaomi was revealing an update with MIUI 10.3.0.3.PEFMIXM as the variant number which was 1.4GB in size. The update that Xiaomi is currently providing has a MIUI 10.3.5.0.PEFMIXM form number and has a similar size. 

The earlier programming rollout brought highlights like system wide dark mode, an overhauled Game Speed Booster. The preloaded Game Speed Booster had likewise been upgraded to show hands free call length precisely when utilizing the Game Turbo mode. The Mi Cloud integration has been upgrded for better sync over numerous devices. Xiaomi likewise included another customisable Lock Screen Clock, support for double 4G VoLTE, face open for App Lock and fixed SIM card contacts issue. 

The one who had figured out how to update their Redmi Y2 smartphone before the rollout was stopped, can expect a 178MB OTA patch coupled with the security Security,claims a user report claims.

On the off chance that you have a Redmi Y2 and haven't upgraded the phone, you can check for the update physically by going to Settings > About telephone > System Update

Or if you are in hurry then you can download an updated to get to your smartphone, then from the official website, download the stable ROM and flash it. Doing this will erase all data but, we urge you to back up the phone before you proceed.

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