Xiaomi releases the January 2022 Security Patch Update for Redmi Note 9 users in India

Xiaomi has started rolling out the January 2022 Security for its Redmi Note 9 Pro users in India. In November 2021, Xiaomi officially upgraded the Redmi Note 9 Pro to the MIUI 12.5 Enhanced firmware for leveling up the performance and improving the user experience. The new January 2022 Security Update will arrive with the Android 11-based MIUI firmware and can be identified with the build number V12.5.4.0.RJWINXM.  The security update will bring in many bug fixes for performance and security issues.

Changelog for the January 2022 Security Update for Redmi Note 9

The new update will come with the latest January 2022 Security Patch update and drastically improve the security quotient of the handset. The update will come with the build number V12.5.4.0.RJWINXM and the software package will be around 2.7 GB in size.

It is recommended that you should connect your device with a high-speed Wi-Fi connection and have enough battery backup so that you can download and install the update without any issues. Unfortunately, the changelog for the update doesn’t mention any new features or changes but it’ll certainly come with some improvements for increasing the performance and stability of the device. It is necessary to install the latest security update as it’ll protect your device’s system and personal data from potential threats.

How to download and install the January 2022 Security Patch Update?

Xiaomi releases the January 2022 Security Patch Update for Redmi Note 9 users in India

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 users in India have started receiving the latest January 2022 Security Update already. 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 –

  • 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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