You can find all public download-able Android One Stable ROM for Xiaomi Mi A2 codename Jasmine in this list below. The ROM files are original, untouched, and unmodified in any way. All the files are available from the official direct hot links from Xiaomi servers.
We list all available Global Stable ROM files that we could find. Simply choose the one that you need, click the download button, and you’ll get the file(s).
The Mi A2 is one of best Xiaomi phones perfect for mobile photography. It’s not the best if compared to flagship phone such as Mi 8, Mi 9, Mi Mix 2S, or Mi Mix 3. However, it is the best mobile photography phone available within middle range budget.
Xiaomi Mi A2 is the iteration of Mi A1, one of Xiaomi’s best seller phone running Android One. Google Android One is the version of Android which is maintained directly by Google.
There are some of Mi fans that prefer to use the official Android instead the skinned one such as MIUI. It’s pure, it’s simple, and it’s also more secure. Thanks to the fast security patch release by Google.
The Mi A2 boasts similar hardware specifications to the Mi 6X codename Wayne. It sports Qualcomm SDM660 Snapdragon 660 (14 nm) chipset powered with Octa-core CPUs (4×2.2 GHz Kryo 260 & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 260) and Adreno 512.
Read also: All Xiaomi Device Codenames Cheatsheet
Download Android One for Mi A2
This ROM is not MIUI. Please note that!
The first available below is the latest version while the following ones are its previous versions.
We will update the list once newer version becomes available. You can remind us again in the comment section if in any case we forget.
Android One v10.0.2.0.PDIMIFJ Global Stable
- Android 9.0 Pie
- Adaptive battery and brightness
- Simpler ways to navigate your phone
- Recommended apps and actions based on your context
Android One v126.96.36.199.ODIMIFE Global Stable
Android One v188.8.131.52.ODIMIFE Global Stable
Android One v184.108.40.206.ODIMIFE Global Stable
- August security patch
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