POCO continues to bet on bringing MIUI 12 to all its mobiles in its Global version but, before doing so, you must thoroughly test the software. And to do it there is nothing better than to trust the users themselves and thus leave it in their hands to see all the failures and successes of the software.
The technology firm, dependent on Xiaomi , has launched a new call to sign up for the POCO Tester program. This program is looking for customers with some of their mobiles to test the latest operating system updates on their devices. Of course, one of the advantages is that this time it is about stable versions, quite functional, but that still may have a series of errors that must be reported by users.
Compatible phones and how to sign up
The firm has selected a dozen devices, that is, almost all the mobiles in its catalog, to test the global versions of MIUI 12 before its release on the market. If you have one of these models, you can aspire to become a tester for the brand:
- POCO M3 Pro 5G
- POCO F3
- POCO X3 Pro
- POCO X3 NFC
- POCO F2 Pro
- POCO X2
- POCO M3
- POCO M2 Pro
- POCO M2
- POCO C3
Obviously, the requirements to be able to test the software are to have and use one of the aforementioned telephones and to log in with the same identity document that the registration form has been filled in (and be over 18 years old). POCO already warns that you should not despair and you should have a high tolerance for problems, being willing to cooperate with engineers on problems encountered with detailed information.
Something quite important is having the ability to recover the phone when flashing fails, having the knowledge to fix the phone if something goes wrong during the installation process.
To ensure that you can receive OTA updates, you should note that your device must work with a version of MIUI Global Stable ROM when applying for recruitment on this page . You should make a backup of your data before updating and filling in all the data requested by the manufacturer sincerely.
Apart from then, POCO will study your application and give an answer as soon as possible.
How to know the version of the ROM of the mobile?
Very easy. All you have to do is open the Settings app and select the Phone Information menu to check the version. In the section that says ” MIUI Version ” you will see an identifier that should contain the initials MI in the middle.
- “MI” stands for Global Version. XXX (*** MY **)
- “IN” stands for Indian Version. XXX (*** IN **)
- “EU” means Europe Version. XXX (*** EU **)
- “RU” means Russian Version. XXX (*** RU **)
- “ID” stands for Indonesian Version. XXX (*** ID **)