Redmi Note 5 Pro – one of the best selling smartphones in India, starts receiving the MIUI 10 Global Stable update. The update comes as MIUI and the OTA update is now live for Redmi Note 5 Pro. However, it will take a few days to see the OTA notification on your phone. If you cannot wait for the OTA, here is how to install MIUI ROM on Redmi Note 5 Pro manually.

Redmi Note 5 Pro specification: The phone was launched as a successor to Redmi Note 4. The device features a 5.99-inch (2160 × 1080 pixels) Full HD+ 18:9 2.5D curved glass display, Snapdragon 636, octa-core, 4GB/6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage options. Regarding the camera, it features 12MP+5MP dual rear camera and 20MP front camera with Soft selfie light. The device powers a 4000mAh battery.


Install MIUI 10 stable update on Indian redmi note 5 pro

Comes to the MIUI update, the update is based on Android 8.1 Oreo and includes October 2018 security patch and bug fixes. Check for the OTA update by going to Settings > About phone > check system update. You can also download and install the official MIUI ROM manually on Redmi Note 5 Pro as described below.

Official changelog:

Updated Android Security Patch to October 1, 2018
Fixes Issues with memory leaks
Fixes Lock screen didn’t light up after receiving unimportant notifications
Fixes Color rendering issues of Camera

Download and Install MIUI Global Stable ROM for Redmi Note 5 Pro


  • MIUI Global Stable ROM: Recovery (download)/ Fastboot (coming soon)
  • Ensure more than 50% battery charge on the phone
  • Back up all important data
  • Download Mi Flash tool (for fastboot ROM
  • ADB and Fastboot driver setup on PC

Installation Instruction (Recovery ROM)

1. Save the downloaded MIUI recovery ROM on your phone’s internal storage (do not put inside a folder).

2. Boot your phone into Recovery mode.

3. In Recovery, select ‘Install to System’ (use Vol up & Vol down buttons) and press Power button to select it.

5. This will automatically detect the file and start installing the ROM. Once done, your phone will reboot automatically.


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