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How to Install Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi A3

Today, in this guide, we will be listing the steps to install Android 11 on your Xiaomi Mi A3. Follow along.

Xiaomi’s USP is providing tons of great functionalities at an extremely low cost. To be fair, it does pretty great in this regard. But it isn’t great is its track record in providing timely Android upgrades. Well, you see the Chinese OEM, without a shadow of a doubt, excels in releasing a feature-rich device at ane extremely low price.

As a result of which, it has made a permanent abode in every user’s device. People living in the Indian subcontinent are living proof of its success. But due to some reason or the other, it always fails to deliver Android upgrades in a regular manner.

One reason could be attributed to the fact that since MIUI is a highly customized OS, it takes time in molding the new Android release into its own software capabilities. Well, that’s just an excuse, to be honest. Why? Because it’s Android One devices perform no better either. Consider the case of Xiaomi Mi A3.

It is the latest Android One device from Xiaomi but is yet to receive the newer Android build. On the other hand, Android One devices from other OEMs like Nokia and even Motorola have been able to deliver on its promise, at least in the Android One department. Every day we hear some of the other news regarding the update just about to reach Mi A3; only to retracted further delayed to any random time in the near future. And to be fair, Xiaomi Mi A3 isn’t the only device facing the heat. Nearly all the devices from Xiaomi have to go through this.

But fret not. Today, we will be showing you how you could install Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi A3. The steps aren’t that difficult. But there are some prerequisites that your device needs to be fulfilled. If it does, then you could successfully install Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi A3.


  • Your device should be Project Treble compatible. To check for the same, download the Treble Info application from Play Store.
  • Next, your device should also be having at least Android 9.0 out of the box.
  • Moreover, the bootloader should also be unlocked.
  • Likewise, make sure to have a complete backup of your entire device. Installing Android 11 requires you to wipe your data partition. So create a backup beforehand.
  • Finally, also Enable Developer Options and USB Debugging on your device. The same could be done by heading over to Settings > System > About Phone > tap on Build Number 7 times > Go back to System > You will see Developer Options > Enable the USB Debugging toggle.
  • Finally, check your device’s CPU architecture from the Treble Info app. It will be either x86 or ARM64.

Once you meet all the above requirements, you could now easily download and install Android 11 on your Xiaomi Mi A3 devices. Also, don’t forget to check out our guide on How To Transfer or Install Files via TWRP Recovery [3 METHODS].


  • This build is unstable and some of the features are yet to be functional. So it is not recommended to use this ROM as a daily driver.
  • Next up, in case of a nuclear attack, your house getting on fire or your device getting bricked or in bootloop, Droidwin or any of its members will not be held responsible. Proceed ahead at installing Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi A3 at your own risk.

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How to Install Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi A3

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Well, there are two different ways through which you could install Android 11 on your device. The first involves the use of Android SDK and Platform Tools whereas the second one is possible via TWRP Recovery. We will be discussing both the methods below.

So to install Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi A3, head over to the below guide. From the below post (click on the below button), you could easily download and install his new iteration of OS officially provided by the Silicon Valley Giants (aka Google).

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With that, we conclude this guide on how to install Android 11 on Xiaomi Mi A3. Do share your opinions on the same, in the comments section below.