Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro MIUI Software Update Tracker [Update: MIUI 11.0.8.0 with February Security Patch]


Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 7 Pro smartphone in India back in February running MIUI 10.2 Global Stable on top of Android 9.0 (Pie). Xiaomi doesn’t follow any fixed update frequency for the MIUI Global Stable ROM but on average, the Global Stable ROM is updated once in a month.

This post will help our readers in keeping track of MIUI updates for Redmi Note 7 Pro (codename ‘violet’), also check out our Redmi Note 7 Pro content,

MIUI updates rolled out for the smartphone:

  • [Mar 12, 2020]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.0.8.0.PFHINXM with February Android security patch. The update weighs about 597MB in size. [Download Link]
  • [Dec 25, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.0.6.0.PFHINXM with December security patch. The update weighs 639 MBs in size and brings improved system security [Download Link].
  • [Oct 25, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.05.0.PFHINXM, the update weighs 746 MBs in size, brings October Android security patch and MIUI 11 features such as New Minimalistic Design, Quick Replies, New Dynamic Sound Effects, Mi Share, Floating Calculator, Update Mi File Manager, Steps Trackers and more to Redmi Note 7 Pro, check out this post to learn more about MIUI 11 features. [Download Link]
  • [Aug 15, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.3.13.0.PFHINXM with August security patch, the update weighs around 320 MBs in size and brings the option to lock Google contacts. [Download Link]
  • [July 17, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.3.12.0.PFHINXM update with July security patch. Xiaomi also says that the update fixes video recording frame drops. Even though it’s better than the previous version, it still needs improvement. The update is 351 MBs in size and fixes a few bugs. [Download Link]
  • [July 4, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.3.10.0.PFHINXM stable update. The update is 238 MBs in size, has minor fixes and includes Android security patch for June 2019. [Download Link]
  • [June 12, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.3.9.0.PFHINXM stable update. The update is 505 MBs in size, adds Mi Credit app, brings new left and center alignment options for lockcscreen clock, system performance optimizations and improved system security and stability, but it still has May security patch. [Download Link]
  • [May 30, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.3.7.0.PFHINXM stable update with May security patch. The update weighs 237 MBs in size and brings several features including system-wide Dark Mode with toggle and new charging animation. [Download Link]
  • [May 20, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.3.5.0.PFHINXM with April security patch, the update weighs around 645 MBs in size and brings several features including Face unlock for App Lock, along with several bug fixes and optimizations to the smartphone. [Download Link]
  • [April 29, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out a minor MIUI 10.2.10.0.PFGINXM 285 MBs update. According to the changelog, this fixes noises in the speaker, but it also brings Fortnite support, however it still has Android security patch for March 2019.  [Download Link]
  • [April 12, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.2.8.0.PFGINXM with March security patch for the device to improve camera performance and fix the screen brightness issue.
  • [March 26, 2019]: Xiaomi releases Android 9.0 (Pie) based kernel source codes for Redmi Note 7 Pro.
  • [March 22, 2019]: Xiaomi pushed MIUI 10.2.7.0.PFGINXM with February security patch for the device to improve system stability.
  • [March 18, 2019]: Xiaomi announces Android 9.0 (Pie) based MIUI 10 Global Beta testing for Redmi Note 7 Pro.

Note that Xiaomi follows staged roll-out, so the updates are randomly pushed to a limited number of users and a broader roll-out usually takes a few days after the company makes sure there are no critical bugs.

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Author: Arpit Porwal

Coming from the Mathematics research background, Arpit keeps an eye on MIUI and Xiaomi products and uses POCO X2 as his daily driver. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.