Xiaomi warns Mi A3 owners against updating Android
Xiaomi Mi A3 firmware updates have repeatedly caused trouble for smartphone owners. Recently, the story with the “long-suffering” updates was continued: after downloading the next build of Android 10, users faced serious problems in the operation of their devices.
The owners of Mi A3, who downloaded the latest OTA update version 220.127.116.11.QFQMXTC was faced with the inability to make and receive calls. In addition, the “affected” devices changed the default interface language, and system messages about problems with mobile communications began to appear on the screen.
As it turned out, the company mistakenly launched the official channel version of the firmware intended for the Mexican mobile operator Telcel. Xiaomi has already acknowledged the problem and urged users in other regions to refrain from downloading and installing the update.
Representatives of the vendor said that they are working on fixing the error, and those Mi A3 owners who still installed the update will be able to use only one SIM card for a while.
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