Xiaomi announces: Several devices to stop receiving updates

Xiaomi has officially updated its list of devices that will no longer receive firmware updates, including MIUI and Android updates. This end-of-service (EOS) announcement impacts certain models from Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO brands that have been determined to have reached the end of their support lifecycle. Typically, devices featured on this list are those that were released more than two or three years ago.

Devices Affected by the EOS Update

The latest update to the EOS list includes a total of seven models which will cease to receive any future MIUI updates or Android version upgrades. The devices listed are:

  • Xiaomi 11 Lite
  • Poco X3 Pro
  • Redmi Note 10 Pro (All regions)
  • Mi Mix Fold

These models will not be updated to the upcoming version of MIUI, anticipated to be released by the end of this year or early next year. While they may still receive some minor updates in the near term to correct any errors or slightly improve functionality, the development of new firmware for these models has been discontinued.

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Implications for Security and Software Performance

One of the major implications of this announcement is that Android security patches will no longer be provided for the affected devices. This cessation in updates can lead to potential security vulnerabilities and software gaps emerging over time. Users of these models will be stuck with MIUI 14, the latest available version prior to the cut-off, without the possibility of receiving future security enhancements or new features that come with later MIUI versions.

What This Means for Users

For users of the aforementioned devices, this means that no new features or improvements will be added to their phones going forward. The lack of ongoing support extends to critical security updates, which are vital for protecting devices against emerging security threats.

Owners of the impacted models should consider the following steps:

  • Stay Informed: Keep an eye on any further communications from Xiaomi regarding any final updates or patches that may be released.
  • Consider Upgrading: To continue receiving the latest software features and security updates, upgrading to a newer model may be necessary.
  • Protect Your Device: In the absence of new security patches, consider installing security-focused apps that can provide an additional layer of protection against vulnerabilities.

Summary with AI

Xiaomi’s recent EOS list update is a reminder for users to plan for the future of their devices. As smartphones continue to evolve rapidly, staying updated with the latest software is crucial for security and optimal performance. Users affected by the EOS policy should evaluate their options, including upgrading to newer models that will continue to receive full support and updates.

This move by Xiaomi also reflects the industry-wide practice of phasing out support for older devices, underscoring the importance of staying current with technology developments to enjoy the best user experience and security protection available.

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    mody mano 3 weeks ago

    I challenged poco f3
    I challenged Indonesian hyper room

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    Markus Jüngermann 3 weeks ago

    Mein 11t pro wartet auf sein HyperOS Update.
    Bekommt es wieder zuletzt, wie immer ein Update? Oder Garnichts mehr. 👎🏼😔

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    Markus Jüngermann 3 weeks ago

    My 11t pro is waiting for its HyperOS update.
    Will it get an update again, as always? Or nothing at all. 👎🏼😔

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    Emmanuel Ebong 3 weeks ago

    Mine is redmi note 11 pro but still stuck in security patch in May 2023,what can I do to update it to the latest security patch level please

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    Irvan 3 weeks ago

    How about the users?
    Anyone who uses this models will be very very disappointed with this decision
    Like me 🥲🥲

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    Shevar Sutherland 3 weeks ago

    I as a Redmi Note 10 Pro user and others should have at least get a taste of the new HyperOS update not in a new Android version but based on Android 13. Xiaomi should reconsider this because a 4 year old phone which is a year older than mine is getting the HyperOS update.

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    fuccck youuuu 3 weeks ago

    Chinese companies have never been committed to their users, that’s why the people of the world are more interested in buying South Korean and American products. Basically, the communists are never committed to any principles and the Chinese are liars and impersonal people. Xiaomi, which is only a garbage company, manufactures everything to make all kinds of garbage, and produces every product of low quality.

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    It_ariax 3 weeks ago

    Anyone who has redmi k50 did get the hyper os update?im still waiting and there’s no new updates, my android version is 12 miui 13

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    MD Jabed 3 weeks ago

    Redmi note 11 pro+ 5G TKCINXM HyperOS updated 2.0 yes Mi pilot taster

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    Anonymous 3 weeks ago

    I have the mi 11 lite 5g came out almost in 2022 why not update ? A model that came out for 300 euros is a shame Xiaomi I will change brand I will go to Samsung.

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    Erfan 3 weeks ago

    This is fucking insane!!!! I have redmi note 10 promax and the miui version is stil 14.0.1 which means no update received after the first release and also the miui 14 have high battery usage on this device so xiaomi should show some respects to the users of this device and release the hyper os for more performance

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    Black 3 weeks ago

    What if I upgrade to a redmi 10???

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    Andrye 3 weeks ago

    I am very disappointed, why does the x3 GT not get the latest version of HiperOs even though it is free of 5G, even though the price used to be quite decent in the middle class but cannot make a long step until the 5th year.
    Thank you

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    Tayeb 3 weeks ago

    Poco X3 pro Russian still with Android 12 what to do

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    AlaaElDein 3 weeks ago

    It’s bad news, why didn’t I receive the latest security updates as usual, knowing that my device is in the most artificial intelligence category, it’s depressing news.

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    المحترم 3 weeks ago

    Why didn’t the Hyper Update come on my RedmiNote 10 Pro or Poco X3 GT?

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    Renato 3 weeks ago

    At the time of selling the devices, it should be indicated how many years of support the manufacturer provides for upgrades.

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    Rivonel da Silva Pelaes 3 weeks ago

    This is disappointing. Samsung promises 4 updates for the Galaxy A55. And this information, by the way, is long before the device comes to the Brazilian market.

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    mahdi 3 weeks ago

    One of the duties of upgrading to Samsung is to enjoy a good operating system, many updates, and finally a life without ads

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    Ich 7 days ago

    Had set my Redmi 11T pro to the Ukraine region and promptly got my HyperOs 👍

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    José . Molina 4 days ago

    Of course, if you don’t update me, I’ll never buy that damn brand again.

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