MIUI 12 Update Stopped Due To Major Camera Bug: MIUI 12 Bugs Update Tracker, Next Update When?
MIUI 12 update has been stopped again amid the major camera bug problem. Global flagship models as Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro are facing multiple issues due to the latest MIUI 220.127.116.11 firmware update based on Android 11. The Mi Camera application with the latest updates have caused serious problems to the phone’s stability. The company is urging users not to instal MIUI 18.104.22.168 update.
Previously MIUI 12 bug was letting phones enter an endless reboot cycle. The update disables Xiaomi smartphones including Mi, Redmi and Poco series to restart again and again without any exit. Mi, Redmi, and Poco users are facing an issue that puts their phones into a bootloop, making them restart again and again. The phones receive an error: Find Device closed unexpectedly. Xiaomi has promised a fix soon.
Several users have reported unexpected errors installing the latest versions of MIUI 12. Multiple devices have fallen into the endless reboot cycle, without any option to go back.
You can only exit the reboot cycle by resetting to factory settings leading to loss of all data.
The newly launched Poco X3 is one of the phones with the endless reboot problem. So, the MIUI 12 update on any of the latest Xiaomi phones can end up as a software error. The smartphones facing similar problems are said to be facing a typical software conflict between the latest firmware and the Airtel operator applications in India.
Bug 1: MIUI 12 Camera Bug, Major Stability Issue
MIUI 12 update has been stopped again amid the major camera bug problem. Top flagship models as Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro are facing multiple issues due to the latest MIUI 22.214.171.124 firmware update based on Android 11. The Mi Camera application with the latest updates have caused serious problems to the phone’s stability.
The company is urging users not to instal MIUI 126.96.36.199 update.
The list of problems include: disconnection of Internet from second SIM, screen flickering while being charging, lower frame rates in games, high power consumption, delays in taking screenshots, heating and much more.
The MIUI 188.8.131.52 update comes with a bunch of issues and troubles. Xiaomi is working on a fix, and have currently paused the distribution of the firmware. The company also suggested users not to manually install the latest MIUI 12 update until the problems are fixed, or your Mi flagship could be heavily compromised.
Bug 2: MIUI 12 Update Crashing Phones, Endless Reboot Cycle
Xiaomi informed that certain lines of codes are misbehaving during an app update. A fix has also been promised by the company shortly. The issue has been reported by multiple Mi, Redmi, and Poco devices including Mi 10T Pro, Mi 10, Redmi K20 Pro, Redmi Note 9, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and Poco X3.
The MIUI 12 bug is disabling some of the Xiaomi smartphones which also includes several Mi, Redmi and Poco series. Users are reporting unexpected errors installing the latest versions of MIUI 12. Multiple devices have fallen into the endless reboot cycle, without any option to go back.
The smartphones with the problems are said to be facing a typical software conflict between the latest firmware and the Airtel operator applications. The problem is said to be specific in India, so you can fix the MIUI 12 bug by removing the applications solving the issue.
Or, to only exit the reboot cycle, it can only be done resetting to factory settings leading to loss of all your data.
Though nothing has been officially confirmed or reported, so there’s no guarantee that the MIUI 12 problem will not occur with any other application. The official Xiaomi support forum updated a similar MIUI 12 bug last month, and it was soon removed and is now only available in the Google cache.
Xiaomi is yet to confirm which app is causing the bug, but early speculations hint at Airtel Thanks app. Airtel Global CIO Harmeen Mehta recently tweeted that the telco is working to find the cause soon a fix will be announced. Also, the company has made a small tweak within the Airtel Thanks app to temporarily resolve the problem.
MIUI 12 Update Tracker India: MIUI 12 Update In India, MIUI 12 ROM Download
MIUI 12 is now available in India, and the MIUI 12 update will be available for these Xiaomi phones in India in the following weeks.
Checkout the MIUI 12 India update tracker.
|Device||MIUI 12 Update Date|
|Redmi K20 Pro||Released|
|Redmi Note 9||November/December|
|Redmi Note 9 Pro||November/December|
|Redmi Note 8||November/December|
|Redmi Note 8 Pro||November/December|
|Redmi Note 7||November/December|
|Redmi Note 7 Pro||November/December|
|Poco M2 Pro||December|
|Redmi Note 7S||December|
|Redmi 8A Dual||December|
|Redmi 6 Pro||December|
|Redmi 6A||2020 End|
|Redmi Note 5||2020 End|
|Redmi Note 5 Pro||Early 2021|
|Redmi Y3||2020 End|
|Redmi Note 6 Pro||Early 2021|
MIUI 12 Global Update, MIUI 12 Global Beta: MIUI 12 Global
MIUI 12 global update for multiple smartphones continues to churn out. A number of Xiaomi and Redmi units are yet to receive the MIUI 12 global update. Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7S MIUI 12 update will soon be coming for the global and Indian variants. Redmi Note 8T and Redmi Note 8 MIUI 12 update may roll out by November.
MIUI 12 global update for the global and Indian variants of the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7S is expected to be out in the next 15 days.
MIUI 12 global update beta with Android 10 update on top will be rolled out for Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8T. Some other devices will also be receiving the MIUI 12 global update as well. The next are Redmi Note 9 Pro and Redmi Note 9S which will receive the stable MIUI 12 global update.