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Xiaomi EOS List: Mi 9T & Redmi K20 Will No Longer Get Updates

These Xiaomi devices will not get updates anymore.

Xiaomi has released an updated Xiaomi EOS list, and some budget Xiaomi devices have been added to the list. They will no longer receive updates. Xiaomi releases updates to all device almost every day, and over time, the update support of these devices is terminated.

While it’s unfortunate that these devices will no longer receive updates, it’s important to remember that Xiaomi provides updates to all devices for a relatively long period of time. As a result, Xiaomi devices are among the most updated devices on the market. If you’re looking for an updated device, Xiaomi is still a great option.

What does the Xiaomi EOS List mean?

If you have a Xiaomi device that’s on the Xiaomi EOS List, you’ll no longer receive new Xiaomi updates. This includes security updates, so it’s important to be aware of the risks involved in using an outdated device. While Xiaomi devices are generally very secure, older devices may be more vulnerable to exploits. So if you have a Xiaomi device that’s on the Xiaomi EOS List, we recommend upgrading to a newer model.

Information about the update status of devices included in the Xiaomi EOS List

Xiaomi Mi 9T, Redmi K20 Android 9-based MIUI 10 went on sale. The latest update of Mi 9T, Android 11-based MIUI 12, has been confirmed to be the latest version for this device. Unfortunately this device has not received MIUI 12.5 update. Redmi Y3 and Redmi 7 series also went on sale with Android 9-based MIUI 10. These devices also received the last Android 10 based MIUI 11 update as Global ROM. Redmi 7 received MIUI 12.5 update in China.

We have listed the devices that have previously ended their update support and entered the Xiaomi EOS List (End of Support) below. Specified devices will not receive updates unless a critical problem is found.

These Xiaomi Devices Will Not Get Any Update

There are a few Xiaomi devices that will not get any updates. If you have the Xiaomi Mi 5, Mi Note 2, or the Mi Mix, you will not be receiving any updates from Xiaomi. This is because these devices are no longer supported by Xiaomi. While this may be disappointing news for some, it is important to remember that all devices have a lifespan. At some point, every device will reach the end of its support cycle. When this happens, it is important to upgrade to a new device in order to continue receiving updates and security patches. Thankfully, there are many great options available from Xiaomi, so you can find a new device that meets your needs.

  • Mi 1
  • Mi 2
  • Mi 2A
  • Mi 3
  • Mi 4
  • Mi 4S
  • Mi 4c
  • Mi 5
  • Mi 5s
  • Mi 5s Plus
  • Mi 5c
  • Mi 5X
  • Mi 6
  • Mi 6X
  • Mi 8 SE
  • Mi Note
  • Mi Note 2
  • Mi Note 3
  • Mi Note Pro
  • Mi Mix
  • Mi Mix 2
  • Mi Max
  • Mi Max 2
  • Mi A1
  • Mi A2
  • Mi A2 Lite
  • Mi Pad
  • Mi Pad 2
  • Mi Pad 3
  • Mi Pad 4
  • Mi Pad 4 Plus
  • Mi Max 3
  • Mi 8 Lite
  • Mi Mix 2S
  • Mi Mix 2S
  • Mi 8 Explorer Edition
  • Mi Mix 3
  • Mi Mix 3
  • Mi 8 UD
  • Mi 9 SE
  • Mi Play

These Redmi Devices Will Not Get Any Update

If you’re a fan of Xiaomi’s Redmi devices, you might be disappointed to hear that some of the older models will no longer be receiving updates. According to Xiaomi, listed devices will no longer get any new updates. This means that these devices will no longer receive security patches or any other new features. While it’s always disappointing to see a device lose support, it’s important to remember that these devices are still running Android 10.0, which is now over three years old. If you’re still using one of these devices, it might be time to upgrade to a newer model.

  • Redmi 1
  • Redmi 1S
  • Redmi 2
  • Redmi 2A
  • Redmi 3
  • Redmi 3S
  • Redmi 3X
  • Redmi 4
  • Redmi 4X
  • Redmi 4A
  • Redmi 5
  • Redmi 5 Plus
  • Redmi 5A
  • Redmi Note 1
  • Redmi Note 1S
  • Redmi Note 2
  • Redmi Note 2 Pro
  • Redmi Note 3
  • Redmi Note 4
  • Redmi Note 4X
  • Redmi Note 5
  • Redmi Note 5A
  • Redmi Pro
  • Redmi 6
  • Redmi 6 Pro
  • Redmi 6A
  • Redmi S2
  • Redmi Y2
  • Redmi Note 6 Pro
  • Redmi Go
  • Redmi Note 7
  • Redmi Note 7S
  • Redmi Note 7 Pro
  • Redmi K20
  • Redmi 7
  • Redmi Y3
It’s always a little sad when a device reaches the end of its support life, but it’s also an inevitable part of the product cycle. Mi Play and Mi 9 SE are the latest additions to our EOS (End of Support) list, and we know that some of our customers may be disappointed to see their devices included. However, we believe that it’s important to keep our EOS list up-to-date so that our customers can make informed decisions about their devices. We know that the Mi 8 is also included in this list, and we understand that some customers may find this surprising. However, we believe that this is the best decision for all involved. Thank you for your understanding. For more information, you can find devices listed in EOS (End of Support) by clicking here. What do you think about adding Mi Play and Mi 9 SE to End of Support this list? Is it strange to you that Mi 8 is included in this list before Mi Play? Do not forget to indicate your thoughts in the comments.

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