Stable MIUI 14 update now rolling out to Xiaomi 12T Pro

MIUI 14 was released back in December, but it was available only in China. Xiaomi started rolling out the MIUI 14 update for its latest flagship phones earlier this year. And now the Xiaomi 12T Pro has joined the party. Xiaomi 12T Pro is getting MIUI 14 updates in Europe.

A bunch of Xiaomi, Redmi, and Poco series phones has already got update in the last month. The list includes Xiaomi 12 series, Xiaomi 11 Lite, Poco X3 Pro, Poco F4 GT, and a few more devices. Xiaomi 12T Pro is the latest entry in the MIUI 14 update.

Thanks to u/Wratho007 who posted on Reddit with the MIUI 14 OTA update information. And it looks like the update has just started rolling out and only a few users have received the update. But soon it will be available for more users.

MIUI 14 for Xiaomi 12T Pro

The MIUI 14 update for Xiaomi 12T Pro comes with build number As you can see the build number is for Europe so the last part of the build number will be different if you are from a different region. MIUI 14 is a major update and weighs around 4GB.

MIUI 14 doesn’t bring anything that is too big, just usual icon changes, and improvements here and there, that’s all. Still, the company proudly took months and even delayed its release date before finally releasing it in December.

MIUI 14 brings changes such as improved search in Settings, super icons, less space and memory consumption, and a few more changes. Apart from these minor changes, the update also brings January 2023 security patch to the device.

If you have been waiting for the MIUI 14 update on your Xiaomi 12T Pro, then you might be disappointed with the number of changes compared to the excitement. The MIUI 14 OTA update is rolling out in batches and so it may take some time to roll out for everyone. You can always check for the update by going to Settings > About Device > System Updates. Then check for the new updates, if the new update is available simply tap on download and install.

Make sure to take a backup of your phone and charge your phone to at least 50% before upgrading your phone.

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Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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