Arcore was the platform of Google for the creation of augmented reality experiences. Using different APIs, the service allowed the smartphone to detect the surrounding environment taken from the camera, understanding the world and interacting with the information all around us. We use the verb in the past simply because the name has been changed, but the substance is the same: the platform has gone from calling itself "Arcore” a “Google Play Services for AR". The key features of this service moved fromartificial intelligence they are basically three: imotion detection, environmental understanding through the three dimensions and an estimate of the light by the photographic sensor. Without going into too much detail, as you will have understood from the title, the support has also arrived for the new Redmi K20 / Pro and Redmi Note 7 / Pro. It is surprising, however, that while the four devices of the sub brand Xiaomi have been implemented, other devices of the same house if they are seeing it bad due to different ban by Niantic, the developer of the famous game Pokemon Go that thanks to augmented reality he saw his fortune.
Google AR support for Redmi K20 / Pro and Redmi Note 7 / Pro while some Xiaomi devices are banned from Pokemon Go
Such services are expected Google AR for Redmi to be implemented automatically but it is not as each device needs a different support that varies, obviously, depending on the software and the hardware. So to use these services you must manually download. If you are the owners of Redmi K20 / Pro and Redmi Note 7 / Pro you can download everything on Play Store by clicking HERE. There are many applications that use this technology but among the most important and famous we find Maps e Pokemon Go.
As for the second, however, very famous app for videogames, many users Xiaomi around the world are having quite a few problems as it seems that Niantic has decided to proceed with a strict ban due to ... no one knows. That's right, an unjustified ban is hitting in especially Redmi Note 5 users (but not only), preventing the use of the account for 30 days. Obviously it is not likely that only xiaomists are using tricks for this videogame and many speculate that Anti-cheat measures integrated into Pokémon Go are incorrectly identifying a unique system process for these smartphones. A user suggests that it could be the app AppBooster present in MIUI 10.
If you are having problems with this app, let us know in the comments and report the problem to Niantic's technical service ... who knows, maybe a nice in-game rebate is already provided!