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How to install Android 11 beta on Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro (Umi / Cmi)

As it is with every other Android and major software update in general, there is always a beta version released mostly for developers and advance users, before the stable version eventually roll outs to all users. The new Android 11 from Google is not any different.
We are currently in the beta stage of the Google's latest Android 11, which means the ROM is currently in its test stage and is most likely less stable with tendency to crash some App. Google has however made it available for anyone who owns an eligible device and is ready to take the risk.

Xiaomi is also one of the few Android brands participating in this year's Android 11 Beta program and the three devices listed by the company are the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Poco F2 Pro. All the 3 smartphones are flagships from early this year.

At the moment, only the fastboot Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi 10 and the Mi 10 Pro has been released. We don't know when the one for the Poco f2 Pro will be available, but we expect it to be pushed out in the coming weeks. Below are the download links as well as the installation guide for the fastboot Android 11 update for Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro.

How to upgrade your Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro to Android 11 beta
  • Unlocked Bootloader: Check instruction Here
  • ADB / Fastboot driver: Download Here
  • Mi Flash Tool: Download Here
  • Mi 10 Android 11 Beta Fastboot ROM: Download Here or Here
  • Mi 10 Pro Android 11 Beta Fastboot ROM: Download Here or Here

Note: XiaomiAuthority.com won't be responsible for any damage done to your phone. Proceed at your own risk and also make sure you back up your data.

How to Install Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi 10 / Mi 10 Pro
  • If you haven't unlocked your bootloader yet, then follow the guide above.
  • After that, download and install adb / fastboot driver.
  • Download the MiFlash Tool zip file and extract it on your PC.
  • Open the extracted Miflash folder and launch XiaoMiFlash.exe as administrator.
  • Turn off your phone and reboot into fastboot mode by holding down the Power and Volume Down buttons together.
  • connect your phone to the PC and click on refresh on the Mi flash tools.
  • Download and extract the fastboot .tgz ROM and take note of the folder you extracted it to.
  • Click on select on the MiFlash tool and locate the extracted fastboot ROM folder.
  • Click on flash on MiFlash tool and and the installation process will begin.
  • The progress bar will turn green once the process completes and your phone will reboot automatically.
That is all. You are now on the early build of the Google Android 11. If you have any question, feel free to drop your questions below.

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