Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro 32-Inch, Mi TV 4C Pro 32-Inch Start Receiving Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro 32-inch, Mi TV 4C Pro 32-inch Start receiving the Android TV 9.0 update in India Other Mi TV Pro arrangements Smart TV models will also receive the Android TV 9.0 update.
Xiaomi Mi TV Pro 32-Inch Start Receiving
Xiaomi has begun to reveal the Android TV 9.0 update for its 32-inch Mi TV 4A Pro and 32-inch Mi TV 4C Pro TVs in India. The organization also said on Friday that other TV experts in Pro arrangements in its portfolio will receive the Android TV 9.0 update later and is also working diligently to bring an update similar to non-Pro models. Consequently, the most recent Android update TV 9.0 will arrive by air (OTA) to the good models of Mi TV.
In a tweet on Friday, Xiaomi Sudeep Sahu reported the entry of the Android Pie update for the 32-inch Mi TV 4A Pro and 32-inch Mi TV 4C Pro models. In addition, he noticed that the update will soon look for other Pro TV devices My fix.
It is not known precisely what will come in the update of Android TV 9.0 for Xiaomi TVs, in any case, if the declaration of Android TV 9.0 made by Google a year ago is a signal, customers can expect to see changes in the interface of user, improvements in execution, Autocomplete with Google, patched configuration application, and the sky is the limit from there.
As mentioned, the Android TV 9.0 update will naturally reach My TV Pro devices during the following days, since, in case you don’t need the update notice, you can go to Settings> Device Preferences> About> Update the system to verify the update physically. As of now, selected customers are realizing Twitter that they have received the Pie update on their Mi TV units.
Updates in the Android TV 9.0 update for the Mi TV Pro fix arrive only a few days after XDA Developers announced that it was referring to Sahu that the update will begin reaching Mi TV customers within a month.
In that report, Sahu also discovered why it requires some investment to download the stable version of Android Pie for Mi TV 4A customers, who received the beta update a month ago. As Sahu indicated, Mi TV 4A TVs depended on AOSP and not the Android TV scenario. In this sense, updating them from AOSP to Android TV is somewhat doubtful. In this way, Xiaomi is working with different partners, such as chip creators, to make the update easy.