Xiaomi is rolling out the significant MIUI 14 software update for the Redmi Note 11 SE devices in China. It’s a giant upgrade that obtains a bunch of new features and optimization options for the respective phones. On the other hand, it also brings a February 2023 security patch that makes the handset more stable.
According to the latest information, the MIUI 14 update for the Redmi Note 11 SE smartphones has appeared with the build version V184.108.40.206.TKSCNXM. Alongside the build number, the update is holding a massive software package that weighs up to 4.5GB. Hence, we will recommend you maintain proper storage space before proceeding further.
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The changelog of the update mentions various new features and enhancements like the improved system architecture to boost the performance of both pre-installed and third-party apps while saving power. New super icons and big folders to provide your device with a new look and feel.
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Furthermore, with MIUI 14, more than 30 scenes support end-to-end privacy with no data stored in the cloud and all actions performed locally on the device. You will also notice changes in the settings menu like bold text and a clean look. It also adds various enhancements to Family Services.
Not only this but there is much more to explore with the MIUI 14 update. So, if you are in China and operating Redmi Note 11 SE as your daily driver. Then keep checking the system and update section of your device. Because the update is released through the OTA method, it may reach your device anytime. Or you can even install it manually.
- Visit the Settings of your phone.
- Tap on the About Phone.
- Click on the System and Update.
- Look for the latest MIUI version.
- Hit Download & Install.
Note before upgrade
- Don’t forget to back up all important items before upgrading.
- The update process might take longer than usual.
- Expect overheating and other performance issues after you update.
- It might take some time for your device to adapt to the new version.
- Remember that some third-party apps aren’t yet compatible with Android 13 and you might not be able to use them normally.