Redmi K20 Pro MIUI 12 has a new update for the users. This update will let the Indian users uninstall Mi Browser, Mi Video, and various other applications. The story began in September when the Indian government had banned dozens of Chinese apps from its territory. This is due to the ongoing tensions between India and China. But the users who had brand phones which are associated with China were helpless at that time. This is due to the phone makers like Realme and Xiaomi has some of these banned apps pre-installed push out updates that got rid of the said applications. For this various users applied to the companies to allow them to uninstall such banned applications from their devices.
Android and iOS
However, unlike iOS and Android always been in competition to give the best to their users. They always try to outmatch each other in their approach to building or selling smartphones. They have different strategies for so. Sometimes they try to sell cheaper devices. Some of them focus on software experience and so on. Now, this new update is for sure a better option for Indian Users. And the users will
Public shaming has yielded fruits
Thus new update seems like public shaming has yielded fruits as users of the Redmi K20 Pro. Users can now uninstall many of the banned apps that were pre-installed. This also follows an MIUI 12 update which had brought the September 2020 security patch. The users have written their complaints to the company. And this seems to be successful. This MIUI 12 Update on K20 Pro allows the users to uninstall Mi Browser and Mi Video apps. But there is still a lot of confusion about the other dilemmas. What if users can uninstall bloatware apps that were not banned by the Indian government. But we cannot say anything until the proper information comes. Although, this seems to be an impressive and commendable decision by Xiaomi. They have listened to the problems of the users. When such big companies bend to the will of government gives the symbol of faith and respect. The company has listened to its users and now allowing them to implement what they want.