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Several times we have praised the potential of the Android interface written by Xiaomi, the MIUI, but there are also many reports that over time have undermined the reliability of the same and precisely with the latest firmware release, the MIUI 12.5 the bugs seem to have become almost a dominant.
A poco The promised fluidity improvements and energy saving optimizations are worthwhile if the problems that are gradually discovered by users undermine the experience of using the smartphone, which in some cases are so important that they have to intervene abruptly. There are many users who have in fact poured their frustration into the Mi Community, so we decided to collect the most important ones, so that if you too become a victim, you can reassure yourself (so to speak) waiting for a fix to be released and that however you are not alone.
MIUI 12.5: here are the bugs you might encounter after the update
Among the thousand functions that modern smartphones allow, the basic one of being able to make calls remains, yet this action, the most elementary for a mobile phone, with the latest MIUI 12.5 is made impossible. In particular, it is the users who own Mi 10 and Redmi Note 10S who report the problem, or the instability of the connection to mobile data and the network signal. In some cases it is even the WiFi connection that is affected by intermittent disconnections as well as the instability of the 5G signal, some solved with the forced switch to 4G only.
Owners of POCO F3, Xiaomi Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, Redmi Note 10 Pro and Redmi Note 10S (still him), sin instead found themselves with sudden blackouts of the screen after receiving a new notification. The bug in question seems to be related to the launch of an animation in the SDK logic and the solution to the problem seems to be already being developed by the MIUI 12.5 team.
MIUI 12.5 promised greater fluidity to the terminals that fall within the shortlist of candidates for the update, but for some it proved to be anything but true, bringing epochal slowness to their smartphone. This is the case of the reports from users of Xiaomi Mi Note 10 (I fully confirm) and Mi Note 10 Pro who found themselves with a device that seems to be equipped with a dual core processor from a decade ago. At the moment the update for these two devices has been interrupted and the company is working to solve the problem.
Unfortunately, the list of bugs that MIUI 12.5 has in dowry does not end here and the gravity for many is becoming more and more impressive, as for some owners of Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 4G, who have encountered problems with the operation of their touch screen, albeit many had recognized the problem even before the update. It is therefore likely that in some cases the fault is not attributable to MIUI 12.5 but precisely to a match of defective smartphones.
Finally, so to speak, in some cases users have complained that after the update the memory of their smartphone was saturated, making it impossible to store new photos, videos and even install or update new applications. But no less is the bug experienced by users of Redmi Note 8 Pro who found themselves unable to update via MIUI Updater as this replaced with that of Google which certainly will never notify MIUI updates.
In short, a great job and a lot of work for the developers of the MIUI 12.5 team. Are these problems perhaps due to the many terminals to be followed up with updates? Is it perhaps the case that Lei Jun's company begins to focus on the launch of a few (but good) smartphones in order to dedicate more control to the release of updates dedicated to them?