Xiaomi has released its weekly update MIUI 10 Global Beta ROM 8.11.15 with bug fixes and improvements. The update brings Android 9 Pie on POCO F1 (Pocofone F1). Android 9 Pie Beta Fastboot ROM for Poco F1 has been available for download now that you can install on the device manually via Mi Flash tool.

POCO F1 already has the Android 9 Pie update as closed beta. A couple of weeks ago, Android 9 Pie based MIUI 10.8.30 Global beta ROM has been released for the device. Now the Pie update is available publically as version MIUI 10 Global Beta ROM 8.11.15. It means interested users can download and install the update manually.


xiaomi-pocophone-f1 Pie update

The best thing about Xiaomi’s weekly update is that it is almost stable and can be used as a daily driver. However, you should always expect some unknown bugs. Users can enjoy all the new features of Android 9 Pie on their Poco F1. Below is the download link and installation guide.

The MIUI 10 Global Beta ROM 8.11.15 includes following changelogs:

Fix – Camera keeps stopping after updating to 8.11.8 (Redmi 5)
Fix – Sometimes navigation buttons disappear (Mi 8)
Fix – Can’t find security app in Settings (All)

Download and Install Poco F1 Android Pie Fastboot ROM

Download MIUI 10 Global Beta 8.11.15 Fastboot ROM (2.4GB) from here. Download the ROM to your PC and follow the installation guide. As always, backup all important data before proceeding, as the installation process will wipe data on the phone.

Note that fastboot method requires unlocked bootloader. See this post to know how to unlock POCO F1 bootloader. After unlocking the bootloader, follow this installation instruction.

Note: MIUI 10 Global Beta ROM 8.11.15 has also available on many Mi/Redmi phone. You can download recovery or fastboot ROM for your device from this link.

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