It's been close to a year since the Xiaomi's Redmi Note 5 Pro made its debut in India and yet, it continues to be the top dual-camera phone in the market. But, recent software updates had created some issues with photography experience. Now, the company, after taking feedback from consumers has apparently released a bug-fix for the popular mid-range phone.
Xiaomi's latest MIUI 10.2.1 is an incremental update and is being rolled out via Over-The-Air (OTA) to the Redmi Note 5 Pro. As per the official changelog (courtesy Android Soul), it resolves camera app issues, which used to trigger burst mode, which make the device take multiple shots even when the owner is using it in the normal mode.
That's not all; MIUI 10.2.1 also fixes File Manager issue, wherein the app icon used to display wrong confusing users and also its thumbnail (when resized or image added) will refresh faster than before. Also, Updater shortcut can now be created on the home screen.
Since the software update is being rolled out in phases it will take some time to reach all corners of the country. Redmi Note 5 Pro owners can manually check for firmware by going to Settings>> About phone>>System update.
In a related development, Xiaomi is reportedly working on latest Android Pie-based MIUI for the Redmi Note 5 Pro. It is already being tested internally and like previous times, the company will invite freelance testers before releasing to all public before the end of the first half of 2019.
Android Pie will bring digital well-being features, the newly revamped interface, shortcuts for actions, security improvements and more.