In this guide, we will show you the steps to fix the issue of being unable to install MIUI Updates due to the “Can’t verify update – other reason” error. When it comes to installing software updates, then Xiaomi has adopted a pretty straightforward approach that other OEMs follow- you could directly grab them from the Settings menu. However, that is not the only way out.
There also exists a hidden option through which you can manually install these updates. On one hand, it could prove to be a tad bit risky if incorrect firmware is flashed, however, on the flip side, it gives you more granular control over which firmware version you wish to flash [obviously keeping in mind the downgrade rule]. However, this procedure is giving a tough time to some users.
Many of them have voiced their concern that whenever they are trying to install MIUI Updates, they are instead greeted with the “Can’t verify update – other reason” error. What makes the matter even more challenging is the fact that the error message doesn’t even list out the reason for the failure [what does “other reason” even signify!]. With that said, if you are also facing this issue, then this guide will make you aware of the steps to rectify this issue. Follow along.
Fix Cannot Install MIUI Updates: Can’t verify update – other reason
The reason why you are unable to install the update is due to the fact that you are trying to install a special Mi Pilot Release build. While Xiaomi usually tags it as a stable version, but that isn’t exactly the case. While it might be stable in performance, but as far as its rollout is concerned, you should have to be enrolled in the Mi Pilot Release beforehand.
So only those users who are part of this program will be able to manually install this update whereas the rest will be greeted with the aforementioned error message. So how to rectify this issue? Well, there’s nothing from your end that you could do to resolve this issue. You just have to wait for the Pilot Release program to end [which happens when the registered users give their feedback to Xiaomi who in turn iron out the underlying bugs] after which the update is rolled out to the general users and you could install it as a normal OTA.
So on that note, we round off this guide regarding how you could fix the issue of being unable to install MIUI Updates due to the “Can’t verify update – other reason” error. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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