Redmi Note 8 MIUI Software Update Tracker [Update: MIUI 11.0.5.0 Stable Update with May Android Security Patch]


Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 8 smartphone in India running MIUI 10.3 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 8 (codename ‘ginkgo’), also check out our Redmi Note 8 content,

 

MIUI Updates rolled out for the smartphone:

  • [May 29, 2020]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.0.5.0.PCOINXM with May Android security patch. The update weighs 400 MBs in size. [Download Link]
  • [Mar 26, 2020]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.0.4.0.PCOINXM with March Android security patch. The update weighs 434 MBs in size and brings app lock support for all the apps. [Download Link]
  • [Feb 26, 2020]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.0.3.0.PCOINXM with January security patch. The update weighs about 631 MBs in size and brings multiple bug fixes. [Download Link]
  • [Dec 6, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.0.2.0.PCOINXM with November security patch. The update weighs about 226MB in size, brings minor bug fixes and improves system security and stability. [Download Link]
  • [Nov 27, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 11.0.1.0.PCOINXM with November Security patch. The update weighs about 664 MBs in size and brings new features such as New Minimalistic Design, Quick Replies, New Dynamic Sound Effects, Redesigned Settings Menu, Mi Share, Floating Calculator, Updated Mi File Manager, Digital Wellbeing and more to the devices, check out this post to learn more about MIUI 11 features. [Download Link]
  • [Oct 28, 2019]: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10.3.3.0.PCOINXM with September Security patch. The update weighs about 188MB in size and fixes the sound disappearing during calls issue. [Download Link]
  • [Sep 21, 2019]: Xiaomi releases Android 9.0 (Pie) based kernel source codes for Redmi Note 8.

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.


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.