Xiaomi MIUI 14 Update Starts Rolling Out For Redmi Note 10S & POCO X3 Pro

Xiaomi has started rolling out the major Android 13-based MIUI 14 update for Redmi Note 10S and POCO X3 Pro smartphone users in two different countries. The update comes with several new features and improvements along with the February 2023 security patch for better device security.

According to the information, the company has released the MIUI 14 update for the Redmi Note 10S and POCO X3 Pro on the Mi Pilot release channel. This means, only a limited number of respective consumers are currently able to upgrade to this major software upgrade in the Global and Turkey.

Android 13-based MIUI 14 beta update for Redmi Note 10S and POCO X3 Pri smartphone users has arrived with the MIUI build version V14.0.2.0.TKLMIXM and V14.0.1.0.TJUTRXM, respectively.

Speaking about the changelog, the new version of MIUI is faster and more reliable than the previous version. It delivers a new user interface to give a more premium look and feel to your device. In addition, large folders will provide you with quick access to certain applications.

The company has also made some changes to the Settings menu, making it look cleaner and more accurate. Now you can even erase objects from your photos to make them more accurate and permanently block notifications from useless apps. For more details, check more details below.


  • [System]
    • Stable MIUI based on Android 13
    • Updated Android Security Patch to February 2023. Increased system security.
  • [More features and improvements]
    • Search in Settings is now more advanced. With search history and categories in results, everything looks much crisper now.

To download the update manually, go to your phone’s Settings and tap on the About phone option. Here, connect to the System Update menu and get the latest MIUI version. Once you find it, hit the Download button and install the update. Also, don’t forget to reboot the device.

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