Xiaomi Releases Bug Fixing MIUI 8.2 Global Stable ROM V8.2.2.0.MCFMIDL For Redmi Note 4; Still No Nougat

Xiaomi has released a new bug fixing MIUI 8.2 update for its popular Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. The update takes the device to version number MIUI 8.2 V8.2.2.0.MCFMIDL from the current MIUI 8.1.15.0 (MCFMIDI). The update is available via over-the-air and many users have already started receiving it. The new update weighs 553MB, and Xiaomi also released the fastboot and recovery images of the update, in case you can’t update to the latest version using the updater app.

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As said earlier, this is just a bug fixing update and is still based out of Android Marshmallow. Xiaomi already has released a beta version of MIUI 8.2 based on Android Nougat for Redmi Note 4 using Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chip. We’re expecting the stable Android Nougat based MIUI to be rolled out very soon.

Speaking about the features in this new MIUI 8.2 update, the Xiaomi is finally adding the ‘Swipe to delete lock screen notifications’ feature with which you remove the notifications directly from the lock screen itself. The previous MIUI version doesn’t have this feature. Another noticeable change is that you can add a battery saver toggle to the notification shade to quickly activate the saver mode when your battery is critically low.

Redmi Note 4 MIUI 8.2 Update

There are no new features apart from the two, and various bugs have been fixed. Take a look at the full changelog of MIUI 8.2 V8.2.2.0.MCFMIDL below.

  • Lockscreen, Status Bar, Notification Bar
    New – Swipe to delete Lock screen notifications (11-18)
    New – UI adjustment for toggles (12-15)
    New – Battery saver toggle can be added to Notification shade (12-15)
    Optimization – Lock screen PIN layout (11-15)
    Optimization – Changed icons for USB charging and switching keyboards (12-01)
    Optimization – Floating notifications won’t appear in DND mode (12-13)
    Fix – Notification shade issues during incoming call floating notifications (10-25)
    Fix – Wi-Fi page made the device freeze when it was opened for the first time (11-07)
    Fix – Notifications shade issues (11-15)
    Fix – Issues with opacity after using third party themes (11-15)
    Fix – The first notification couldn’t be removed by a swipe (11-29)
    Fix – Landscape mode issues with third party themes (12-06)
  • Home Screen
    New – Home screen settings added to the settings (11-22)
    Fix – part of UI for deleting apps wasn’t visible on light backgrounds (10-11)
    Fix – Minor adjustments for animations in the Launcher (11-14)
  • Virus Scan
    New – Antivirus scans for the apps installed from Google Play (11-02)

The update is gradually rolling out, and we have already received it. If you haven’t received, wait for two to three days to appear it on your phone.

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Auto rotation in video players not working….how to fix it

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Xiaomi should scrap this whole Miui shit and stick to stock android more. A Google Play device would even be better.

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