Xiaomi Mi TV 4 Pro software update brings sound effect optimisations and fixes flicker issue

“The Xiaomi Mi TV 4 Pro software updates can be downloaded in the Settings app on the 32-inch, 49-inch and 55-inch models”

Xiaomi has pushed a new software update for its three new Mi TV Pro models to bring a few new optimisations and fixes for issues. To be clear, the new updates are only for the three Mi TV Pro models that the company unveiled in September in India, and not the ones that were originally launched earlier this year in the country. The new Pro models launched by the company have 32-inch HD, 49-inch full-HD, and 55-inch 4K displays.


According to release notes shared by Xiaomi, the updates brings a fix for the Android remote app connection issue for the TV. It also resolves the SDC flicker issue plaguing the new Mi TVs. It will also come with optimisations for sound effect parameters as well as Google TV Services July 2018 release for Android 8.1 and the Google security patch. The build numbers for the 32-inch, 49-inch and 55-inch TVs are OPM1.171019.011.1011, OPM1.171019.011.1073, and OPM1.171019.011.1010, respectively.

If your Mi TV Pro model doesn’t have the latest software build number, you can download the update in the Settings app. You need to open the About section in the app and hit the System Update button to download the package. Once the download is complete, the Mi TV Pro unit will reboot automatically to install the new software version. Be sure not to turn the TV off during the update process. The update files are 732MB in size.

Xiaomi Mi LED 4 Pro

To recall, the new Mi TV Pro series is based on Android TV OS and users will be able to switch to Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI. They have built-in Chromecast support, and come with a Mi Remote that has a dedicated button for Google voice search integration, which allows users to give voice commands to the TVs to find shows and movies of their choice, etc.

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