Below you can download all the latest firmware file of Xiaomi Poco F1 (by Pocophone) codename Beryllium. You may need one of these firmware files either to update the existing one or to flash it with a certain custom ROM.
Originally, Android firmware is mission-critical programs installed in the read-only memory or ROM. In some other brands, Android firmware is also often referred to as the Android ROM itself.
The case is a little bit different in the Xiaomi MIUI’s world. Generally, we use the term ROM to call the whole operating system (OS) in the mobile devices which in this case are Xiaomi phones.
On the other hand, we use the term “firmware” to call all low-level software beneath the operating system necessary for the OS to communicate properly with the hardware.
In a nutshell, the definition Android firmware in the Xiaomi phones is a set of low-level drivers which helps the operating system do whatever it wants to do. It includes various things like Modem, Bluetooth, Bootloader, DSP and etc.
While Android is an open-source operating system available freely for public access via the AOSP project, the firmware is a little bit complicated. Firmware is provided from device manufacturers directly. Hence, there are no sources for developers to build and to edit it on their own like custom ROMs.
Download MIUI Firmware for Poco F1
You can download the standalone firmware packs for Poco F1 from direct links below. All the files are hosted on our server available as direct hot links with resume-able connections.
MIUI Firmware v9.11.21 MiRoom Poco F1
MIUI Global Beta Firmware v9.6.27 Poco F1
MIUI Global Stable Firmware v22.214.171.124 Poco F1
MIUI Global Stable Firmware v10.3.8.0 Poco F1
How to Install MIUI Firmware?
Again, a firmware file is not a pack of Android ROM. It is a standalone package of a set of low-level drivers required by the ROM to be able to use the hardware properly.
Therefore, of course, you’ll need a full ROM running which in this case you can use the official MIUI ROM, modified/ported MIUI ROM, or any custom Android ROM.
Flashing the firmware file itself won’t make your phone functional.
Step 1. Unlock the bootloader of your phone.
Step 3. Download the firmware zip file to your phone.
Step 4. Boot into recovery: Switch off the phone, then press Power and Volume Up buttons.
Step 5. Choose Install.
Step 6. Locate the firmware zip file. Tap on it to select it.
Step 7. Do the “Swipe to flash” action.
Step 8. Reboot.
That’s all. There is no need to wipe, format, or delete anything.
The process is perfectly safe but we still recommend you to create backups.
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