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Xiaomi Mi Box S/4K Receiving 4th Android 9 Pie Beta Update With Peel Mi Remote Support

Xiaomi’s popular Mi Box S/4K is getting its fourth Android 9 Pie OTA update, again. Just last month, Xiaomi rolled out a similar Android 9 beta update with build OTA4 Beta 0 3015. After almost a month’s wait, here is the same OTA 4 Beta 0 update with a different build 3091. The Mi Box S has received 3 consecutive beta programs to date, before finally rolling out a stable Android 9 Pie build a couple of months ago. Here, download Xiaomi Mi Box S/4K’s latest OTA4 Beta 0 update with build 3091.

The current 3091 build brings support for Peel Mi remote, which is a universal remote for Xiaomi TV and Android Box. Peel Mi Remote is an extension for the stock Xiaomi Mi Remote that helps you control all of your Xiaomi devices right from your smartphone. It makes the Mi Remote app truly universal for TV and set-top box. However, you still need an infrared IR blaster on your Xiaomi smartphone in order to use the app.

Xiaomi Mi Box S 4K Receiving 4th Android 9 Pie Beta Update

The previous update with build OTA4 Beta 0 3015 featured a couple of bug fixes related to HDMI like the autorefresh issue. It also added a new screensaver and brought support for Bluetooth Gamepads. We expect all these changes in the latest 3091 build.

Mi Box S or 4K new OTA 4 beta 0 based on Android 9 Pie

Download Mi Box S/4K OTA 4 Beta 0 update 3091 build

Here we have listed the latest Android 9 Pie OTA4 beta 0 update zips for the Xiaomi Mi Box S/4K with build number R3091. This is the full firmware (or full OTA update). So even if your device is on a stable build or a previous beta build, you can still manually install the new OTA zip via recovery method listed below. The full OTA comes in a huge package of 686 MB in size.

However, note that this is still a beta update and may or may not be stable enough as a daily driver.

Downloads

The OTA update download link comes directly from Android’s repository. This is the full OTA update zip which can easily be sideloaded onto Mi Box S/4K via stock recovery. More OTA updates coming up. Stay tuned!

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