Xiaomi finally rolls out Android 11 Update for Poco F2 Pro (Global Stable)

Xiaomi has started rolling out Android 11 Stable update for the Poco F2 Pro. Back in June, the company shared a tweet featuring, “Android 11 is coming soon for the Poco F2 Pro”, but it took too much to bring the final version of newest Android version update for the device. According to the latest information, the Poco F2 Pro has started receiving a new MIUI 12 update which is based on Android 11. Here’s everything you need to know about the Poco F2 Pro Android 11 Update.

As for now, the Android 11 update is rolling over-the-air for select users with bunch of new features. There are some users reportedly receiving the new update with V12.2.1.0.RJKMIXM software version, the new patch measures a whopping 2.8GB of size for download. It’s a big update and packs a bunch of new features, security patch, and enhancements.

Talking about the features, then the Android 11 Update for Poco F2 Pro is rolling with features like Chat Bubble, new Power Menu, Internal Audio recording, Smart Reply, interactive Media controls, Improved Security, and a few more features. It is also seeding with the essential features of MIUI 12, including new animations, intuitive UI, customizations, and obviously the MIUI 12 Wallpapers. Now let’s take a look at the official changelog.

Poco F2 Pro Android 11 Update

Poco F2 Pro Android 11 Update – Changelog

System

  • Stable MIUI based on Android 11

Camera

  • New: 3 new AI watermarks
  • New: New templates for vlogs
  • New: Vlog can be now saved as drafts
  • Optimization: New vlog templates and presets will be available for downloading from the cloud from now on

Android 11 Update for Poco F2 Pro (Global Stable)

According to the changelog, the newer build also brings a number of new templates for vlogs along with a few optimizations. As I mentioned earlier, the OTA is rolling for select users, but if you’re in a hurry then you can update your smartphone manually and get access to the features of Android 11 on your Poco F2 Pro by downloading the recovery ROM.

To sideload the recovery ROM package (Update file), you need to head over to the system settings, then updates, then select the update package manually. Allow the prompts to install the build.

Once the installation process is completed, reboot your Poco F2 Pro, once done, you can start using your device running on Android 11 based MIUI 12.

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2 thoughts on “Xiaomi finally rolls out Android 11 Update for Poco F2 Pro (Global Stable)”

    • Hey Mário,

      If you want to update your Poco F2 Pro manually, then at first, download the recovery ROM from afore-listed link, then head over to the Settings > Updates > then select the update package manually.

      Reply

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