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Soon Xiaomi will be able to remove the banned pre-installed Chinese apps from smartphones, know which devices will get the facility first






As of now, the update release date has not been revealed by Xiaomi but said that it will be rolled out soon.

Like Xiaomi, Realme also talked about releasing a new software update last month.


Now Xiaomi smartphone users will be able to uninstall the banned Chinese apps from their mobiles. Recently, Xiaomi has posted a notice regarding the Mi browser, in which a list of Redmi, Poco, and Mi phones has been released, which will get the first MIUI update. With this new update, Mi Browser, Mi Browser Pro, and Mint Browser can be uninstalled as a user pre-install app. Let us know that the Indian government has already banned Chinese apps on a large scale, including the browsing apps of Xiaomi. The company recently issued a clarification, confirming the release of a new MIUI version. Xiaomi also claimed that 100 percent of the data of Indian users resides in the country.

These devices will get updates

According to the notice given on the MI browser, Xiaomi will roll out the MIUI update allowing it to uninstall its browser app to comply with a government order allegedly issued earlier this month. Updates Mi Mix 2, Redmi 6, Redmi 6 Pro, Redmi 6A, Redmi 7, Redmi 7A, Redmi 8, Redmi 8A, Redmi 8A Dual, Redmi Go, Redmi K20, Redmi K20 Pro, Redmi Y2, Redmi Y3, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi Note 6 Pro, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7S, Redmi Note 8 Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, Redmi Note 9, Poco F1, Poco X2, and Poco M2 Pro will be reached.

When the company will roll out, the company did not give any explanation

Xiaomi still has not provided an exact timeline on the update, although it has reported that it will be rolling out "shortly". Also, the list does not include many earlier Redmi and Mi devices.

In addition to listing select models, Xiaomi stated in the notice that it complied with the government's order and disabled all online content feeds on the MI browser, including its news service and game center. However, Mint browser users can still access games and other content.

For users who do not have a Redmi, Mi or Poco device, but have installed the Mi Browser, Mi Browser Pro, or Mint Browser, Xiaomi has provided a separate notice for them which encourages them to uninstall the app Does.

Reality will also update new software

Like Xiaomi, Realme also promised to release a new software update last month that would remove the "clean up storage" feature related to its devices. The facility is powered by Cheetah Mobile and is based on the Clean Master app which was one of the initial 59 apps banned by the government at the end of June.

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