Xiaomi Mi A2 is now receiving a brand new replace that brings alongside the September 2020 Android safety patch. Apart from that, the replace additionally fixes a couple of bugs that have been plaguing the handset for some time now. This contains the random disappearance of the split-screen function for some customers, stopping them from utilizing a number of apps concurrently. The new Mi A2 replace additionally fixes the echo bug, albeit partially. The Xiaomi Mi A2 was unveiled for customers in July final yr and it acquired the Android 10 replace earlier this yr.
The graduation of the worldwide rollout for the Mi A2 newest replace was confirmed by way of the forums pages. The replace comes with construct quantity V220.127.116.11.QDIMIXM. The replace is reportedly rolling out partially for some customers initially and it will likely be accomplished in batches. To examine for the replacement, Mi A2 customers should head to Settings > System > System Update.
The replace additionally brings alongside a slew of fixes together with the September 2020 patch. It fixes a difficulty which prompted the split-screen function to randomly disappear for some customers. The echo bug difficulty has additionally partially been mounted with this replacement. This bug causes a consumer to listen to an echo of his voice when calling somebody utilizing the Phone app. A brand new post on the Mi Community boards means that this bug cropped up after the Android 10 replace. With this replacement, the echo bug is reported to be nonetheless not utterly mounted and the problem nonetheless persists in some instances.
The put up additionally particulars a slew of different unfixed bugs that have been reported on the Mi A2. These embody a difficulty that makes the Wi-Fi community switching very gradual and a digicam bug that causes the principal digicam to not focus correctly. Mi A2 customers are reportedly additionally experiencing a flicker within the show when utilizing Twitter and GIFs autoplay. Xiaomi ought to probably handle all of those bugs in future updates.