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MIUI Pure Mode: Xiaomi's interface can get a special mode to block malicious apps

MIUI Pure Mode: Xiaomi’s interface can get a special mode to block malicious apps

MIUI was Xiaomi’s first product – with it the company embarked on the smartphone sector and then entered into many other areas, so the Chinese pay special attention (or at least should be) on your Android skin.

The latest versions of the system MIUI 12.5.0 Update NS 12.5 Enhanced Version It still gradually arrives in global versions of mobile phones from Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco, and at the same time, the manufacturer is preparing for the next big update.

Yes, we are talking about MIUI 13 interfaceWhich should be submitted in June of next year. The development of the upcoming version has been put into the hands of a special team at Xiaomi, which is responsible for collecting user feedback and implementing useful and necessary suggestions in the system for a better user experience.

And part of these, focus on a feature called MIUI Pure . Mode, by creating an internal test soon. As its name suggests, it will focus on preventing malicious Android apps from being installed.

In this way, the Chinese will actually solve at least part of the security concerns associated with malicious apps – according to Xiaomi’s own figures, about 40% of apps installed using the standard MIUI installer have not passed the company’s security verification.

Of those, about 10% have been identified, at one time or another, as a security risk in checks. Pure Mode plans to tackle the problem Disable APK sideloading by default, as well as installing applications without user consent (those that happen in the background).

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The good news is that, from the looks of it, novelty is just a setting that any user can freely disable to revert to sideloading if they choose to.