Last week, the Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has released the official Android 10 kernel source codes for the Xiaomi Mi A2 and Mi A3 devices. Therefore, it’s expected that the official Mi A2 Android 10 update is on its way and will arrive really soon. Meanwhile, other Mi Android One lineup devices are also on the list. Now, within a week, the wait is finally over and all the Xiaomi Mi A2 users can enjoy the treat of Android 10 stable OTA update easily.
It’s worth mentioning that all the Xiaomi Mi A2 users should check the OTA update frequently to get notified as early as possible. However, if you’re not getting the firmware update, then don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. As now you can download the OTA firmware zip file of Android 10 update for your Mi A2 model below and manually install it. The Xiaomi Mi A2 (codename: jasmine) is receiving the OTA update file size around 1.3GB which is quite obvious due to the Android OS version improvements and plenty of other changes.
The new Android 10 OTA update brings a new software version V126.96.36.199.QDIMIXM with all the essential goodies like the system-wide dark theme, gestures navigation, smart reply, enhanced location control, improved app permissions, and most importantly the December 2019 Security Patch Level. To recall, the December 2019 patch improves the system security and fixes some of the major security bugs as well. However, some of the users have reported that this first-ever OTA update has some UI lags as of now.
Currently, the update is waving in the Asia region via batches and will take some time to roll-out other regions as well. Meanwhile, it’s also expected that this update doesn’t include the VoWiFi feature yet. So, all the interested Mi A2 users can manually upgrade the OTA from the download link here.
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