[September 17, 2022]: Redmi Note 11 NFC EEA-based variant is receiving the stable Android 12 update. The update carries firmware version V220.127.116.11.SGKEUXM is now out. Interested users can flash the Recovery ROM (download from here) to get the update straight away. Check the changelog and know about other changes that are part of the update.
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[July 18, 2022]
Xiaomi is now started spinning out the Android 12 update to its mid-range offerings. This time, the package is rolling out for the Redmi Note 11 and Note 11 NFC. FYI, this is the first major update for the devices as they were launched back in January with Android 11 out of the box.
Make sure to visit: List of eligible Xiaomi, Redmi, and Poco devices to get the Android 13 update
The latest software update for the Redmi Note 11 and Note 11 NFC is rolling out in the global market. Other markets may receive the update in the upcoming weeks. The users can be identify the build by the firmware version V18.104.22.168.SGCMIXM and V22.214.171.124.SGKMIXM respectively. For both smartphones, the package weighs 2.7GB to download.
Concerning changes, Google quotes Android 12 as the major overhaul in years. The version will pack an all-new UI with extensive features and a smoother experience. Besides these modifications, the changelog claims to have optimized the mind map nodes and enhanced accessibility support. In addition, the system security is improved by integrating the June 2022 security patch. Take a look at the official changelog below.
- Stable MIUI Based on Android 12
- Updated Android Security Patch to June 2022.
- Increased system security.
[More features and improvements]
- Optimization: Enhanced accessibility support for Phone, Clock, and Weather
- Optimization: Mind map nodes are more convenient and intuitive now
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As usual, the Android 12 update for the Redmi Note 11 and Note 11 NFC is rolling out in batches. Accordingly, the build will make way for every user within a week. In case you have not received the update yet, you can also track it manually. To do so, head over to Settings > System updates. Also, we recommend you keep your device connected to Wi-Fi to avoid carrier data charges.