Xiaomi has rolled out MIUI Global Stable ROM based on Android 7.0 Nougat for Redmi Note 4 (mido). The update (MIUI NCFMIED) fixes fingerprint issue, camera force close issue, and other performance issue on Redmi Note 4. The incremental OTA update notification will get on your Redmi Note 4 in the coming days or install the update manually.

Users can also download and install the MIUI Global Stable ROM on Redmi Note 4/4x (mido) manually. Recovery and Fastboot ROM are now available for download for manual installation. If you have not received the OTA update for some reason, you can install the update manually. Interested users read on to know how it is.


Install MIUI Global Stable ROM (Android 7.0) on Redmi Note 4

MIUI 8 Global Stable ROM Change log:

Fix – It took too long for the fingerprint to be recognized
Fix – Speaker turned on by mistake for video calls
Fix – Speaker turns on for video calls only after they are accepted
Fix – Camera sometimes force closed when images were viewed there
Fix – Performance slowed down when music was played
Fix – Backups couldn’t be restored in some cases
New – New format for activation SMS

Note: Redmi Note 4 (mido) have got the more refined MIUI 9 Global Beta update. Interested users, check this guide for download and installation instruction.

Comes to the MIUI Global Stable ROM, this update weighs around 1.3GB and currently rolling out in few countries. All Redmi Note 4/4X will get the OTA (over the air) update within a week or more.

Download: MIUI Global Stable ROM (NCFMIED) for Redmi Note 4 (mido): Recovery ROM [here] and Fastboot ROM [here]

How to Install MIUI Global Stable ROM on Redmi Note 4

Recovery Method: After downloading the firmware, follow this detailed guide for manual installation.

Fastboot Method: After downloading the Fastboot ROM, follow this detailed installation instruction. (Source – MIUI)

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