These Xiaomi Devices Have Received July 2023 Security Update So Far

Along with the July 2023 software update, Xiaomi is rolling out monthly security maintenance patches and security and stability improvements. Along with Google patches, Xiaomi’s July 2023 update also includes additional MIUI bug issues and exposure items to ensure optimal system security on Xiaomi, Redmi and POCO devices.

As per the Xiaomi MIUI July 2023 security update, the new firmware improves your smartphone’s system security, stability, and performance to deliver a smooth and seamless user experience without any lags or interruptions. This is only an incremental update, so it only brings security maintenance and some general bug fixes.

You can install the fresh update on your Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO smartphone through Settings > then tap on About phone > from here, tap on the MIUI version, then click the “Check for updates” button to start the update checking procedure.

If available, the phone will start downloading the latest software update for your device. If not, don’t worry, the update is slowly rolling out among Xiaomi smartphone users and may soon reach your smartphone. Let’s check if your device has received the update or not.

These Xiaomi devices have received the July 2023 security patch till now:

  • Redmi Note 12 5G
  • Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE
  • Xiaomi Pad 6
  • Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro
  • Mi 11X
  • Redmi Note 11 Pro 4G
  • Redmi K30
  • Redmi Note 11T Pro
  • Redmi 12C
  • Redmi Note 12 Pro
  • Redmi Note 12 Pro+
  • Redmi Note 12R
  • Redmi Note 12S
  • POCO F3 Pro
  • POCO M4 Pro 4G
  • POCO F4 GT
  • POCO C31
  • Xiaomi 11T Pro
  • Redmi 10 Prime
  • Redmi Note 11
  • Redmi Note 12 Pro
  • Redmi Note 12 4G NFC
  • Xiaomi 12X
  • Redmi Pad
  • Redmi 10C
  • Redmi Note 11R
  • Redmi Note 10T
  • Redmi Note 10S
  • Redmi A2, A2+

We recommend that you back up important data in order to prevent unwanted data loss. Next, make sure that your device has sufficient battery level so that your smartphone doesn’t get drained while installing the firmware.

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Shazia Irani

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