Android 11 for Xiaomi Poco F2 Pro or K30 Pro with MIUI Global Stable ROM

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Earlier this year, Xiaomi announced their latest firmware update called MIUI 12. The new MIUI 12 ROM features advanced Dark Mode 2.0, Super Wallpapers, a new animation engine, improved gesture navigation system, and much more. While most of the Xiaomi Mi, Redmi, and Poco devices have received MIUI 12 based on Android 10, the OEM is slowly moving forward with Android 11. One of the first devices to receive Android 11 is the popular Xiaomi Poco F2 Pro or K30 Pro with a new build MIUI

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A couple of months ago, Xiaomi rolled out Android 11 beta for the Poco F2 Pro (Indian variant) and Redmi K30 Pro (European variant), and the Mi 10/10Pro as well. Today, the beta has concluded and a new stable Android 11 ROM is now available for download with software eversion MIUI

Xiaomi’s MIUI V12.2.1.0 update for the Poco F2 Pro also brings some minor camera optimizations and new features. This includes 3 new AI watermarks, more templates for vlogs. The new vlog templates and presets can now be downloaded from the cloud. Checkout the complete changelog below.

Full changelog of Android 11 for Poco F2 Pro


  • Stable MIUI based on Android 11
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  • New: 3 new AI watermarks
  • New: New templates for vlogs
  • New: Vlogs can be now saved as drafts
  • Optimization: New vlog templates and presets will be available for downloading from the cloud from now on
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Download Android 11 for Xiaomi Poco F2 Pro (K30 Pro) with MIUI

Xiaomi Poco F2 Pro Indian variant and Redmi K30 Pro EU variants get official MIUI stable ROM based on Android 11. Here is the OTA download link for the same. The full OTA weighs around 3.02 GB in size



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