The two-year-old Xiaomi Mi 5 is still a top selling smartphone. It has received a new MIUI software update based on the Android 7.0 Nougat. The latest MIUI China stable ROM brings an efficient CPU allocation strategy for Mi 5/Pro. The new smarter and efficient CPU allocation strategy will reduce system lag and boost system speed. The update also offers several new features, optimizations and bug fixes.

Highlighted features of MIUI China stable ROM (V8.5.2.0.NAACNED) includes switches for common settings in search results, smarter and efficient CPU allocation strategy, separate app locks for dual apps, all new Mi music and redesigned music app, use of search to select your time zone and more.



What is new in MIUI China stable ROM?

– Switches for common settings in search results
– A smarter and more efficient CPU allocation strategy
– Option for hiding the content of notifications on Lock screen
– Verification SMS are shown on the Lock screen only after the Lock screen password is entered
– Renaming albums, custom groups for albums with people and pausing ongoing backups
– All new Mi Music and redesigned the Music app
– Switches for common settings in search results

Read full changelog of MIUI China stable ROM (V8.5.2.0.NAACNED) at here.

Installation Guide

1. If you are on China Stable ROM, you will receive the OTA update notification on your Mi 5. If did not get the update, you can manually check it using Updater app.

2. If your device is on stock recovery and stock ROM, you can download the Recovery image (V8.5.2.0.NAACNED) for your device [HERE] and flash manually via Updater app. Follow this instruction.

3. If your device’s bootloader is unlocked or rooted, you can flash the latest update via fastboot. Download the fastboot ROM (V8.5.2.0.NAACNED) for your device [HERE] and follow this installation instruction. (Source – MIUI)

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