The Redmi Note 7 series has helped Xiaomi retain the top spot in the Indian market for the 8th consecutive quarter, contributing to over 5.5 Million units sold within the first five months of launch. Redmi also entered the premium segment with the Redmi K20 Pro, dubbed as the ‘Flagship Killer 2.0’ by Xiaomi itself. Early leaks suggest that Redmi may be planning to release the Redmi Note 8 very soon, possibly alongside the Redmi 4K Smart TV. Now, a new Xiaomi device has passed through the FCC, giving us our first look at the live images of what is the Redmi Note 8, and further indicating a possible launch in the US as well.
As per the comments in the forum post, the ROM seems to be quite stable and all the features are working as expected. We here at XDA-Developers have collaborated with OEMs in the past in order to kickstart development for a lot of devices. For instance, our initiative with Xiaomi for the Poco F1 has led to a thriving community that has given Poco F1 users a lot of options in terms of aftermarket ROMs, kernels and other modifications. The ASUS ZenFone 6 also witnesses an active development community thanks to previous device seeding efforts. The same story exists for the Realme X too, thanks to the developer program for the device. Now, we aim to repeat the same story with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro, Xiaomi’s latest mid-range value offering. Google has been working on native call recording support in its Phone app for some time now.
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kernel. Download the Latest MIUI Fastboot ROM for your Phone here and unzip the folder on your desktop.
After looking at the user’s feedback to this ROM, This ROM is easily a top Custom ROM recommendation for Vince. If you want a daily driver with good battery life and performance, then LineageOS is one the best option for you. Due to its stability and performance, many other custom ROMs use LineageOS code as their base, stock firmware ROM some of them are Resurrection Remix and crDroid. If you are looking for more options, and want to try some of the sweet Pixel goodness, you can also try out Pixel Experience ROM based on Android 9.0. Samsung will soon allow remapping of the Bixby button on Galaxy S9/S9+, Note 9, Galaxy S8/S8+, Note 8 running on Android 9 Pie-based One UI. One UI based on Android Pie for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8 is rolling out on all major US carriers and unlocked models now.