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MIUI 7.2.8 ROM Based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow Starts Rolling Out in China

Well! Chinese vendor Xiaomi has released a stable Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based MIUI update for smartphones. The OTA update is currently moving only in China, is available for Xiaomi’s Mi 3 and Mi 4 smartphone. Last Week MIUI 7.2.8.0 stable China ROM began being seeded to the Xiaomi’s Mi 3 and Mi 4 smartphone in China.

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Specifically, this ROM is for user from Chine, and the global ROM (which also features Google Mobile Services) is expected to be released soon. The update is expected soon for other devices.

In January 2016, Xiaomi released MIUI 7.1 global stable build for a range of devices, offered either Android Lollipop features, or Android KitKat features.




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miui7_2According to Manufacturer, an issue that removed Cortana from the device and prevented it from being installed again, has been resolved. Similarly, an issue with customized themes has been fixed. MIUI 7.2.8.0 also offers a bunch of software fixes.

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Since this update is only for Chinese device, the MIUI 7.2.8.0 build doesn’t offer Gmail, Google Now, or any other apps or services that are part of Google Mobile Services.




Android Marshmallow 6.0-based MIUI build comes with a number of features including an immersive status bar, camera improvements, simplified menu, improved app permission, improved heat and battery regulation, improved package installer, and performance improvements.

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If you’ve a global variant of either of the aforementioned handsets, you are not recommended to use this ROM. The update of the China ROM suggests that Xiaomi may soon make available Android Marshmallow-based MIUI 7.2 update elsewhere as well.

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