Since then, Xiaomi has rolled out MIUI 11 based on Android 10 for a couple of devices, including the Redmi K20 Pro, Mi 9, Redmi K20, Redmi Note 7, and more. While the company did release MIUI 11 for the popular POCO F1 back in November last year, the build was based on Android 9 Pie. Late last year, Xiaomi released the kernel sources of the Android 10 update for the POCO F1, Mi MIX 2s, Mi MIX 3, and the Mi 8 series. This suggested that the company was finally prepping up the Android 10 based release for these devices. As expected, Xiaomi has now started rolling stock firmware out MIUI 11 based on Android 10 for the POCO F1 and you can download it right away.
They have made their mark on the sub $200 segment with their Redmi devices and the Poco F1 seems like their next big push. The device is currently receiving a new OTA update that adds support for Widevine L1, 4K video recording at 60 frames per second, and more.
- The Wi-Fi hotspot function and IR Camera is not working as expected.
- This spike in smartphone usage has inspired companies to devise newer methods to improve battery backup.
- You can go through the changelog, working aspects and bugs of this ROM given below.
- Use GCam Go if you can’t root/use the versions linked on the threads below.
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Since its launch in 2018, POCO F1 is enjoying a competitive reputation and is on-trend in the smartphone industry. Its specifications were terrific at such an affordable price. Since this phone has many users, we have ministered a list of the best custom ROMs for POCO F1 here. In line with most phones of 2018, the POCOphone F1 has a big notch on the front. Unlike other devices though, the F1’s notch feels out of place due to the thick bezels at the top and bottom.
If you have a lot of props that you want to change it’ll be a lot easier to use the configuration file (see below). You can get a certified fingerprint for your device by running the getprop command below on a stock ROM/firmware/factory image that fully passes SafetyNet. There are some situations where it might matter what fingerprint you use and Google Play is a prime example.