Android One is described as “the purest form of Android.” That is because it comes with a guarantee that it’s a solid and stable version of Android that’s not loaded with other apps, services and bloatware. This description makes it even the more confusing why Xiaomi has been unable to successfully roll out the Android 10 update for the Mi A3.
A couple of days back it was reported that the company had commenced the rollout of Android 10 update for the Android One phone after it was first rolled back due to several complains of bugs and dysfunctional fingerprint reader. It has now emerged that the Chinese company has again rolled back the Android 10 update for the Mi A3. This follows several complaints by fans on the Mi community forum and other channels. Although some persons who received the latest update sent in feedback that the Android 10 is working fine on their smartphones, the update has been stopped why the company takes yet another look at the ROM.
However, those who have already received Android 10 update are advised against downgrading to Android 9 Pie as it may cause system instabilities. For those who haven’t, you may have to wait until the issues have been confirmed fixed.