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According to the report, Xiaomi is recruiting pilot testers for Android 11 on Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Pocophone F2 Pro. Registrations are open until 9 September and this time testers must also provide their device’s IMEI number.
September 01, 2020:
Xiaomi already released the beta update for some of the devices such as Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Redmi K30 Pro, and the Mi CC9 Pro in China. The Redmi K30 Pro also received the second beta at the end of June.
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The company is yet to release the Android 11 beta outside China for any of its smartphones. Xiaomi has begun recruiting Mi Pilot testers to try out Android 11 on the Global Stable Beta ROM.
Android 11 beta update global trial application open for Poco F2 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10, and Mi 10 Pro. If the users of these devices want to try out the beta for Android 11 can download from the link mentioned below.
Note that there are possibilities that you may not be selected for the Mi Pilot Program. Thus, registering for a beta does not automatically ensure that you will have a chance to try out the beta.
Register yourself as soon as possible, although registration will continue until 9 September. Once selected, you will be able to try Android 11 before Xiaomi releases the update to the public.
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