Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra officially bags the latest Android 12-based MIUI 13 Update

Xiaomi has been actively releasing the latest Android 12-based MIUI 13 stable updates for its flagship models and now other handsets are receiving the update as well. The Chinese OEM has started pushing it for Mi 11 Ultra users.

The update will come with the build number V13.0.2.0.SKAMIXM and is available for Mi 11 Ultra users globally. As it is still a pilot release, it will be first available for a few users, and in the coming days, it’ll be made available for everyone.

Changelog for the MIUI 13 Update for Mi 11 Ultra

The new update will come with the latest Android 12-based MIUI 13 while also featuring numerous stability and security updates. There are several new features including “Crystallization” super wallpaper, improved stability, a new widget ecosystem with app support. The update will come with the new February 2022 Security Patch and will increase the system security. The update will optimize the Mind Map nodes, making them more intuitive and convenient while there is also enhanced accessibility support for Weather, Phone, and Clock. The apps can now be opened directly from the sidebar while there are also a few other improvements. The album will also include general bug fixes and make the device more enjoyable to use.

How to download and install the Android 12-based MIUI 13 update for Mi 11 Ultra?

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra officially bags the latest Android 12-based MIUI 13 Update

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra users globally have started receiving the new Android 12-based MIUI 13 stable update. This update is being rolled out in a phased manner and will be available to a limited number of users initially before it gradually gets rolled out to all the users. Keep an eye on the notifications, and if you’ve not got the update yet, have a little patience, it will certainly arrive in the next few days. To manually check for the update, the users can follow these simple instructions –

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra (Global) – Download

  • Go to the Settings menu
  • Select ‘System Updates’ and locate the update
  • Download the update and install it
  • Reboot once the installation is complete
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