Xiaomi recently began rolling out the MIUI 14 global stable build to compatible devices. Initially, the new software was only available on the company’s high-end Xiaomi 12 series phones. Today, the OEM has started rolling out the new MIUI 14 update to Redmi Note 10 with build number V184.108.40.206.SKGMIXM.
The latest MIUI 14 update for Redmi Note 10 is still based on Android 12 and brings all MIUI 14 features along with the January 2023 security patch to increase the system security. For now, the company has only released the 2.8GB update for members enrolled in the Mi Pilot Program. It will start rolling out to everyone else soon, though. As long as no major issues are discovered in the coming days, the update will start rolling out to everyone.
There are chances you may run into bugs and errors because beta software is a way for developers to try out their early works. By reporting problems, you encounter when using the beta software, you may enhance the stability of the MIUI version. You can submit feedback on issues in beta software using the “Services & feedback” app.
According to the changelog, the update brought January 2023 security patch and increased system security. This specific update, which you can see in the image below, is for the Redmi Note 10 unit, not the ‘Pro’ model.
Here are the complete changelogs of the latest Redmi Note 10 update.
- Updated Android Security Patch to January 2023. Increased system security.
- [More features and improvements]
- Search in Settings is now more advanced. With search history and categories in results, everything looks much crisper now.
If you are a MI Pilot user, you can check the new software updates by navigating to Settings > About Device > System Updates, then check for the new updates. If the new update is available, simply tap on download and install.
The ZIP file for this update is also available if you want to update manually. However, you should back up your device and make sure you have sufficient storage before installing the update.