Xiaomi Redmi 4 MIUI 10.3 Stable update starts rolling out [Download Link]

Xiaomi launched the Redmi 4 running MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), later the smartphone received Android 7.1 (Nougat) followed by MIUI 9 update. The company updated the smartphone to MIUI 10 Stable for the smartphone back in November. Now, the company has started rolling out Another update for the Redmi 4.

The Android Nougat based update comes as MIUI and weighs around 477 MBs in size. Xiaomi has not updated the Android security patch update here and it still runs on October 2018 security patch. The update brings several bug fixes and optimizations to the device. You can download the incremental update (from MIUI here and flash it using the Updater method.

Xiaomi has already kicked off MIUI 11 development and company CEO has already confirmed that MIUI 11 will get rid of ads that affect user experience. MIUI 11 is also expected to bring system-wide dark modeface unlock support for app lockGame TurboNew Charging Animation, Screen Time and other features. Check out the changelog below,


Fix: Status bar shortcut and floating notification for calls appeared at the same time

Fix: Ending calls took longer time than expected

Lock screen, Status bar, Notification shade

New: You can restrict opening Notification shade on the Lock screen now.

New: SOS mode for the status bar

Optimization: Battery percentage format for the status bar

Fix: Notification shade went black on the Lock screen when new notifications were received

Fix: The icon showing that the device is charging wasn’t displayed on the Lock screen

Home screen

Fix: Notification badges were displayed incorrectly on the WhatsApp icon


Fix: Sync page couldn’t be refreshed whenever sync was turned on or off in the Notification shade

Fix: Couldn’t turn on portable hotspot when device name was set to maximum length

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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.