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Redmi Note 3 Now Receiving MIUI 10.2 as Final Software.

Redmi Note 3 has begun accepting the MIUI 10.2 refresh in India, according to client reports. The most recent adaptation comes as the last programming refresh for the Redmi Note 3, as Xiaomi declared a month ago. Remarkably, the MIUI 10.2 refresh for the Redmi Note 3 doesn't accompany the most recent and the best Android Pie. It is rather founded on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The refresh likewise accompanies the July 2018 Android security fix. Different clients have affirmed the rollout of MIUI 10.2 for the Redmi Note 3 on the Mi Community discussions. 

According to the screen captures given by the clients on the Mi Community gatherings, the MIUI 10.2 refresh for the Redmi Note 3 comes in 178MB of download measure. The refresh depends on MIUI V10.2.1.0MHOMIXM manufacture and conveys the July 2018 Android security fix. 

The authority changelog accessible on the refresh screen demonstrates that the most recent MIUI form for the Redmi Note 3 accompanies a rundown of bug fixes. It delivers issues identified with the coasting notices, unique mark sensor, headphone symbol, and looking over screen captures. Likewise, the refresh fixes UI components identified with the front and back camera sensors amid video calls. Xiaomi has additionally evidently settled the recorder to indicate you refreshed account status in the notice board when a chronicle is delayed. 

You can check the accessibility of the MIUI 10.2 refresh on your Redmi Note 3 by going to Settings > About telephone > System refresh. The refresh's accessibility was first announced by Fonearena. 

It is significant here that Xiaomi a month ago reported that MIUI 10.2 would the last programming refresh for the Redmi Note 3 and Mi 5. 

"We have affirmed with MIUI Global ROM engineer group that there will be no Global Beta refresh for Mi 5 and Redmi Note 3 Pro, aside from the last steady ROM that comes sooner rather than later. What's more, Beta Team for Mi 5 and Redmi Note 3 Pro will be disbanded after its discharge," an arbitrator had composed on Xiaomi's MIUI Official Forum a month ago.

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