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Xiaomi’s Redmi, Mi and Poco phones had bootloop problems

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Xiaomi's Redmi, Mi and Poco phones had bootloop problems

Chinese tech brand Xiaomi has been dominating the Indian smartphone market for the past few years. The phones of this brand have easily taken place in the list of people’s choice due to their low price, fun features and great performance. Even now, five out of ten people can see Xiaomi’s Redmi, Mi or Poco phone outside the house. But recently a big problem has appeared in Xiaomi’s multiple smartphones. Sources said that some Xiaomi device users using SIMs of Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone have seen an issue called ‘Bootloop’ on their smartphones which has caused a lot of discomfort.

What is this ‘Bootloop’ issue?

Bootloop is an issue that causes a phone to reboot repeatedly. As a result the ROM of the phone is severely damaged and the device becomes useless. According to reports, this type of problem is seen in phones running MIUI 12.05 operating system and the ‘Find Device’ option of the phone is turned off just before the device is turned off.

Already a lot of Xiaomi users have complained about the bootloop problem on social media. Xiaomi also promised to resolve the issue through a statement addressing the issue. According to the company, some code lines are not working properly when updating a particular app on the device. Resulting in this bootloop problem. The agency has tried to control the problem in the last 48 hours. For now, users can go to a nearby service center to solve the phone problem. Xiaomi is also considering rolling out a new OS update early next week.

According to reports, most of the Mi, Redmi and Poco users who have Airtel Thanks app installed on their phones have noticed this bootloop issue. However, the telecom operator Airtel has confirmed that some changes or settings have been made in their special app to temporarily fix this problem which will catch the eye of the users when they open the Airtel Thanks app. In addition, Airtel Global CIO Harmin Mehta said that Airtel is working with Mi India to resolve the bootloop issue. So it is to be hoped that this suffering of Xiaomi phone users will end very soon!

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Don’t forget to click on the link of this WhatsApp message to donate to the government

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Don't forget to click on the link of this WhatsApp message to donate to the government

Taking advantage of the popularity of WhatsApp, fraudsters are now trying to spread fraud through this platform. Yesterday we reported the WhatsApp OTP scam. This time another fraudulent news came out through WhatsApp. To cope with the Corona situation, many voluntary organizations as well as the government made arrangements to accept donations. Fraudsters are taking advantage of this opportunity. In the name of accepting donations on WhatsApp, they are sending a link where you can be in danger if you click. Let’s find out how the fraudsters are doing their job in the name of the government.

A fake message has recently gone viral on WhatsApp, claiming that the government has ordered a fund of Rs 1.30 lakh from citizens above the age of 18. A link is provided with this message asking to verify the eligibility of the donor by clicking. But be careful! Clicking on this link can leave your important information in the hands of hackers. Because the fact-checking agency PIB checked the message, no such request was made by the government and the message is completely false.

In fact, many such links circulate on WhatsApp from time to time. Clicking on the link can take your banking information and other personal information into the hands of hackers. Moreover, many times any malware can be downloaded to your phone through such links. This malware can collect bank information, UPI information, etc. from your phone.

Recently another such fake message was circulating on WhatsApp. Where it was said that the Indian government will give free solar panels to everyone. For this a form was asked to be filled and a link was given. However, the PIB immediately informed that no such project has been launched by the government. The message was completely fake.

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