Xiaomi Resumes Mi A1 Android 8.0 Oreo Update.


After the suspension of Android Oreo update for  Mi A1 has been resumed by Xiaomi. Xiaomi had to suspend the roll out the update due to the increase in complaints regarding performance issues on several user’s devices after the installation of Oreo update which was released on  31st December last year.but now the company has confirmed that the bugs have been fixed and the Oreo updates have been Resumed.

“Mi A1 updates have resumed with a phased rollout that started over the weekend,” a Xiaomi spokesperson told Gadgets 360. “This new version fixes a few bugs from the last update. We are committed to providing the best possible experience on Mi A1 and thank Mi fans for their feedback and patience.

pasted_image_0_ycjx70u-max-2800x2800.png The new update comes with build number OPR1.170623.026.8.1.10 and it includes Android Security patch for January 2018.

The update has a size of 89Mb for the users who have installed the previous update and for the users still running Android Nougat the update is 1112Mb in Size. With this Update, the bugs such as the Bluetooth battery drain issue, unresponsive dialer app, random reboots and more are claimed to be resolved by Xiaomi. This update is also reported to get rid of the SIM HD notification and bringing back the fingerprint gesture.

Users had reported issues like dialer and camera app getting frozen, fingerprint sensor and recent app button becoming inactive, and a slowdown of the ambient light sensor. Even the battery was reportedly draining quickly on activating Bluetooth. During the time period, Xiaomi had acknowledged one issue with the Android Oreo update. At one of the Mi Community forums, it said that users in India were suffering frozen dialler issues because of problems with the MyJio app on the Mi A1. The company suggested that affected users can uninstall the MyJio app or ‘disable telephone permission’.

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