The Xiaomi Redmi Y3 was launched in April 2019 with budget segment specifications. It came with Android 9.0 Pie on the top of MIUI 11 out-of-the-box and was promised to receive the Android 10 update for sure. Now, the Redmi Y3 has started receiving the Android 10 stable update officially in China. We can expect that the update is rolling out in batches and may take a couple of weeks or more in order to arrive on all the units completely.
The new firmware update brings a couple of improvements, general bug fixes, and all the native Android 10 features, etc. It comes with a new software version V184.108.40.206.QFLCNXM based on Android 10 over MIUI 11 skin as of now. We can expect that the handset will soon receive MIUI 12 update with a bunch of new features and changes.
The latest Android 10 update on the top of MIUI 11 stable version brings all the goodies like dark mode, screen time management, improved app vault, improved notification panel with the status bar, improved lock screen, dynamic sounds, AOD (Always-on display), improved app permissions, enhanced location privacy control, improved camera app, overlapping images in scrolling screenshots, etc.
Check OTA Updates
The OTA update is rolling out in an incremental manner and will take some time to hit the surface completely. Currently, the update is available in China and it’s recommended to check for the OTA update Settings –> About Phone –> Check for Software Update. Ensure to maintain 50% of battery level at least and use mobile data or Wi-Fi network for the update process.
If in case, the update notification isn’t available yet, then you can download and install the firmware update manually on your Redmi Y3 from the link & guide below.
Redmi Y3 Android 10 (V220.127.116.11.QFLCNXM) – Recovery ROM
Steps to Install Redmi Y3 Android 10 Update
We hope that you’ve found this guide useful and successfully installed the latest MIUI 11 Android 10 update on your Xiaomi Redmi Y3 model. Keep visiting the blog for more info.
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