Xiaomi has started recruiting another batch of pilot testers for MIUI 12.5. The program is open for 21 recent smartphones, including the Mi 11, Mi 10, Mi 9, Mi 9 SE, the Redmi K20 Pro, Redmi Note 8 Pro and the Redmi Note 9T, among others.
Xiaomi has announced another round of Mi Pilot testing for its MIUI Global Stable ROM. The term Global Stable is slightly misleading here, mind you, as the company has opened the Mi Pilot program to devices on the EEA (EU) and Indian branches of MIUI.
According to a blog post, people can register to become a Mi Pilot tester until March 31, 2021. However, you must be willing to provide your Mi Account details and IMEI number to Xiaomi before the company will enrol your device. Additionally, the company stresses that it has limited slots available.
The 21 devices that are eligible for the Mi Pilot program are as follows. We have included the MIUI branches on which the devices are eligible too.
- Mi 11 (Global, EEA)
- Mi 10 Pro (Global, EEA, IN)
- Mi 10 (Global, EEA, IN)
- Mi 10 Lite (Global, EEA)
- Mi 9 (Global, EEA)
- Mi 9T Pro (Global, EEA)
- Mi Note 10 Lite (Global, EEA)
- Mi 9 SE (EEA)
- Mi 9 Lite (Global, EEA)
- Redmi K20 Pro (IN)
- Redmi Note 10 Pro (Global, EEA)
- Redmi Note 10 Pro/Pro Max (IN)
- Redmi Note 9T (EEA)
- Redmi Note 9S (Global, EEA)
- Redmi Note 9 Pro (IN)
- Redmi 9 Power (IN)
- Redmi Note 8 Pro (Global, EEA, IN)
- Redmi Note 8T (EEA)
- POCO F2 Pro (Global, EEA, IN)
- POCO M3 (Global, IN)
- POCO X2 (IN)
If you are interested in joining the Mi Pilot program, then you can register here. Xiaomi also runs a Mi Fans Home Telegram channel where it informs participants of updates. Currently, Xiaomi has upgraded the Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro and the Mi Note 10 Lite to on the program.
Alex Alderson, 2021-03-10 (Update: 2021-03-12)