Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Cracks 5 million sales Mark

Elias Hubbard
August 11, 2017

Millions have started using the Xiaomi's devices where the Android skin of the devices is reported to have security glitches, and both the company and the users should take care of this. According to Jain, the company sold a whopping 5 million units in a short span of 6 months, setting a new benchmark for other OEMs in the market.

Xiaomi has rebutted the findings of the report by pointing out that attackers can only pose a threat if they somehow gain access to an unlocked smartphone. It surprising the app developers never realised the data, they are storing on the app-system-storage on rooted mobile phones. Generally, the security apps on any Android device require Android's administrator permission to wipe off data from the device. MIUI is considered to be one of the most heavily skinned versions of Android which you can find on the market and it is quite annoying how the UI is a cluttered. If fact, it's often a reason to put off a new purchase - simply because of the complexity involved in getting your contacts, messages, photos, videos and apps across to the new device. Meanwhile, Xiaomi said that Mi Mover has been designed to be a convenient tool for users to move data from an old smartphone to a new phone. But, the app ditches Android's Sandbox Protection, when the transfer is being done between two Xiaomi phones. Normally, Android does not allow this.

Smartphone company Xiaomi has rejected security concerns raised by the internet security company, eScan.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Cracks 5 million sales Mark
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Cracks 5 million sales Mark

The eScan report that the uninstallation procedure implemented by the Security Apps. Moreover, these items do not typically generate many jobs in India as they are mostly raw materials such as iron ore, cotton and so on.

The MIUI 8.5.4.0 update is 1.3 GB in size, so make sure you're on Wi-Fi or a liberal data plan.

Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi is gearing up to open its signature "Mi Home" retail store in Delhi-NCR. This is a very high barrier to entry and seems unlikely to happen commonly, making this more of a theoretical attack. The pricing of the smartphone is said to be Yuan 999, in-line with Xiaomi's pricing strategy.

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