The Android 9 Pie update for the Xiaomi Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite has been available ever since last month, while the older Mi A1 started getting updated to the latest version of Android not so long ago.
Now Xiaomi has issued a warning in which it informs users of these devices that they shouldn’t attempt to do a rollback once the Android 9 Pie update has been installed on board. For more clarity, this means that one cannot go back to Oreo after updating to Android Pie.
Xiaomi explains that this is due to the fact that Android Pie is bringing many irreversible updates to the system. So rolling back to the previous version, might brick your device.
This is something very important to keep that in mind if you are the owner of a Mi A1, Mi A2 or Mi A2 Lite who is considering installing Android Pie.
We recommend that you read about Android Pie beforehand and get acquainted with the new set of features that it brings to the table, before deciding whether or not to update or not.
- Android 9 Pie: All you need to know
- Android 9 Pie App Actions: All you need to know
- Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite Pie update
- Xiaomi Mi A2 Pie update
This warning is most useful to those with a Xiaomi Mi A1, as the company has started sending out the beta version for Android 9 Pie only a few days ago.
I have a global version of Mi A2, I did not receive the Pie update yet. It is currently on November security patch. Anyone facing similar issue? model: M1804D2SG. Build # 22.214.171.124
It’s because your tampered your system.
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