On December 31 we saw how the Xiaomi Mi A3 started updating on Android 11, India being the first country to receive the update, but within a few hours the users and the company were able to verify that everything it wasn’t going well.
Xiaomi stops the update and will fix the affected devices
After the large number of errors, Xiaomi has announced that Android 11 update has stopped of the My A3 to prevent more devices from being affected, as well as offering a solution for fix affected devices for free.
The declaration of Xiaomi India spokesperson was the following:
We are aware of the problem on some Mi A3 devices after the recent Android 11 update. Since then we have stopped the release.
We kindly ask users experiencing this problem to visit any of the more than 2,000 service centers across the country, where a solution will be provided free of charge and unconditionally (in or out of warranty).
We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused. As a brand committed to providing the best possible user experience, we will continually improve our products and services.
It seems that the Android 11 update for the Mi A3 had only been officially launched in India, so only devices from this country have suffered this fatal update. In the rest of the world, the Mi A3 still do not have the update available.
Xiaomi wait find the solution to these problems soon to resume the update and bring Android 11 to the My A3 from around the world at the beginning of this brand new year, so they will have to wait a little longer to enjoy all the news of this new version.
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