Updated on May 27, 2020: Today Xiaomi started rolling the latest update of MIUI 188.8.131.52 for the Mi 9 in Russia. The software version bumps from V184.108.40.206.QFARUXM to V220.127.116.11.QFARUXM. The update brings May 2020 security patch and no major changes. You can now download and install the version V18.104.22.168.QFARUXM manually by following our guide.
Updated on November 14, 2019: The year of 2019 is quite remarkable for Xiaomi in terms of launching some of the great smartphones and releasing the latest MIUI 11 skin for its Mi & Redmi series devices. For your info, the latest MIUI 11 update has started rolling out over OTA via batches in China, India, Europe, and now in the Russia region. If you’re using the Xiaomi Mi 9 Russian variant and eagerly waiting for the update, you can Download MIUI 22.214.171.124 Russia Stable ROM for Mi 9 [V126.96.36.199.QFARUXM] from this article. It’s worth mentioning that the firmware update is based on Android 10 (aka Android Q) which was recently announced by Google. Here we have also shared the update changelog, download links, requirements, and full-depth installation steps below.
The latest firmware update comes with a build number MIUI V188.8.131.52.QFARUXM that brings so many new features along with a stable Android 10 experience. It features full-screen display design, Always-on display with special effects, nature sounds, Mi Share, documents, printing, tasks, quick replies, Game Turbo mode, etc for the Mi 9 (Codenamed as Cepheus).
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Manually Check OTA Update
Just like other Android smartphone OEMs, Xiaomi also delivers firmware OTA updates in a typical incremental mode. So, if you’re using the Russian Mi 9 variant then you should receive the update very soon. However, airborne updates can delay due to servers and mobile carriers. So, we recommend you to keep checking OTA updates manually on a daily basis if possible.
Just open the Settings menu on your device > tap on the About Phone > select Software Update. If the MIUI 184.108.40.206 Russia Stable ROM update is available for your Mi 9, then just follow the on-screen prompts and upgrade your device. It may take some time to apply the update and boot into a new system. So, please have some patience and do not perform any task during the updating process.
Make sure to keep your device charged more than 60% and connect to a Wi-Fi network as well.
Now, let’s take a quick look at the MIUI 220.127.116.11 Russia Stable ROM for Mi 9 update changelog below:
Meanwhile, if you want to install the firmware update manually on your device, follow the requirements, downloads, and installation steps below.
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Steps to Install MIUI Russian Stable ROM for Mi 9
In order to install the MIUI 11 firmware on your Mi 9 handset, you should download all the required files on your PC from below.
- This firmware is for Xiaomi Mi 9 (Cepheus) Russian variant only. Won’t support on other devices.
- Keep your device charged at least more than 60%.
- Take a full backup of the device data without Root to keep it safe and recoverable.
- You will require a PC or Laptop and a USB cable.
After following all the downloads and requirements properly, you’re now ready to perform the firmware flashing steps below along with the video tutorial as well.Guide to Install MIUI ROM on Xiaomi Device [Recovery/Fastboot] Video Guide on Steps to Flash Xiaomi Device using Fastboot Method
We hope that you’ve successfully installed the MIUI Russia Stable ROM on your Mi 9 device. For any queries, you can ask in the comment section below.