Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G gets Android 13 based MIUI 14 update

Xiaomi is slowing expanding the availabillity of its latest skin to more phones. In initial phases, the Chinese smartphone OEM released the update for its newest flagship Xiaomi 12 series, Mi 11 Lite 5G NE, and a couple of Poco phones. Now Xiaomi’s subsidiary Redmi begins rolling out the new software to its last year’s premium Note series phone – Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G. Yes, Android 13-centric MIUI 14 update is now available for Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G.

At the moment, the new update is available for the users who own the Global variant, obviously, it will also be released in other regions in a matter of time. The firmware goes live with 14.0.2.0.TKTMIXM software version. Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G was released with Android 11 based MIUI 12.5 skin, last year, the phone received its first big software upgrade as the Android 12 upgrade with MIUI 13 skin. And now is the time for another major system upgrade – the Android 13 based MIUI 14 update.

Xiaomi is pushing the new software to the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G with a host of new features and updates. Not only this but the upgrade will also bump up the monthly security patch to December 2022. Talking about the other features, then MIUI 14 comes with option to uninstall more system apps, improved performance, copy text from images, Mi AI voice assistant, a bunch of visual changes, and more. Plus the MIUI 14 takes less space on the device compared to MIUI 13.

Here’s the complete MIUI 14 changelog coming with the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G.

  • (MIUI 14)
    • MIUI uses less memory now and keeps being swift and responsive over much more extended periods.
    • Attention to detail redefines personalization and brings it to a new level.
  • (Basic experience)
    • MIUI uses less memory now and keeps being swift and responsive over much more extended periods.
  • (Personalization)
    • Attention to detail redefines personalization and brings it to a new level.
    • Super icons will give your Home screen a new look. (Update Home screen and Themes to the latest version to be able to use Super icons.)
    • Home screen folders will highlight the apps you need most making them just one tap away from you.
  • (More features and improvements)
    • Search in Settings is now more advanced. With search history and categories in results, everything looks much crisper now.
  • (System)
    • Updated Android security patch to December 2022. Increased System security.

The wait is finally over, you can now upgrade your Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G to MIUI 14. If you are a pilot tester, then you may have already received the new upgrade on your device. Yes, currently, the software is available for the pilot testers, and the stable build should be released next month.

You can check the new software updates by navigating to Settings > About Device > System Updates, then check for the new updates, if the new update is available simply tap on download and install.

If the update is not available, then you can wait for a few days, or you can manually sideload the new software on your phone. Make sure to take a backup before updating your phone, also charge your phone to at least 50%.

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