New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on June 29, 2020) follows:
Android 11 is the new talk of the town, at least for those enthusiastic enough to keep an eye on every new release, beta or stable. Naturally, many Xiaomi fans are eager to know if and when their devices will receive Android 11 update.
Google announced the first developer preview version in March and has since released the first public beta version. Unlike the former, the latter can be used by anyone willing to test the waters ahead of the stable release probably beginning September.
But being an unfinished version of the OS, access to this firmware is still limited to a certain group of phones from various device vendors. Google, OnePlus, OPPO, Vivo, and Xiaomi already have devices in the program and in this article, we keep track of the latter’s progress, be it beta or stable releases.
Last year, Xiaomi enrolled the Mi 9 and Mi MIX 3 5G into the Android Q beta program. This year, more devices are taking part in the early beta testing program, meaning they already have access to the latest Android 11 Beta 1.
Below is a table showing all Xiaomi smartphones that have received the beta or stable update to Android 11. We will continuously update the table to reflect the latest changes whenever a new device picks up the OS, again, beta or stable.
For an idea of Xiaomi devices that are likely to be upgraded to Android 11, probably beginning later this year, check out this article.
Update 1 (June 29, 2020)
After making the update available for manual installation, Xiaomi is now rolling out Android 11 beta 1 to the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro over the air but still limited to the beta channel.
Update 2 (July 6, 2020)
A Mi forum moderator has confirmed what we already expected – that the Mi A2 will not be updated officially to Android 11. See the full story here.
Update 3 (July 7, 2020)
The update to Android 11 is coming soon to the Poco X2. See the full story here.
Update 4 (July 8, 2020)
The update to Android 11 will not be made available for Redmi 8A owners, at last not in an official capacity. See the full story here.
Update 5 (July 9, 2020)
We have some terrible news for Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S owners regarding Android 11 update. Apparently, this device will not be updated to the new OS, at least not officially. See the full story here.
Update 6 (July 10, 2020)
The Redmi Note 9S comes preinstalled with Android 10 and hence eligible for at least one major OS update to Android 11. But just to clear the air for the doubting Thomas, Xiaomi has added some weight on the matter. See the details here.
Xiaomi has also revealed that the Mi A3 Android 11 update will bring support for native screen recording. Head for here more details.
Update 7 (July 14, 2020)
Responding to a concerned Redmi Note 8 owners, a member of the Mi Device Team in the Mi forum has revealed that details about the update to Android 11 are still unavailable at this point in time. See the full story here.
Update 8 (July 26, 2020)
One of the Mi community moderators have now shared that Redmi Note 9 Pro (global) and Redmi Note 9 Pro Max will be getting the Android 11 (Android R) update. Head here for the complete coverage.
Update 9 (July 30, 2020)
The Redmi K30 Pro is now receiving a new Android 11 beta update. This new update is rolling out as version 20.7.30 and does not bring any major changes. Instead, it brings several bug fixes and optimizations. See the full story here.
Update 10 (August 03, 2020)
Xiaomi has now issued a list of smartphones from its portfolio that will be getting the Android 11 update. The first set of Android 11 stable updates will come along with MIUI 12 and are due to be released in September. See the full story here.
Update 11 (August 14, 2020)
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 may get the Android 11 update later this year according to a moderator on Mi Community. However, it will not get a dedicated Android 11 beta, instead, it will get Android 11 via an MIUI update. Check out more details here.
Update 12 (August 20, 2020)
Many Xiaomi users are frustrated after coming to know via an unofficial list that devices such as the Redmi Note 7 Pro and Redmi Note 8 Pro will not be getting the Android 11 update. For more details on the matter, head here.
Update 13 (August 22, 2020)
An alleged list of Android 11 eligible devices from Xiaomi has surfaced. This list shows all the smartphones from Xiaomi that may get the Android 11 update. Further, it also mentions a few recently released devices from Xiaomi that will not be receiving the update. See the full story here.
Update 14 (August 27, 2020)
Xiaomi Mi CC 9 Pro has recently started receiving Android 11 beta update in China. It is worth noting that the update is currently meant for testers only, it is still available for anyone interested to download and flash this update on their Mi CC Pro. Read the entire story here.
Update 15 (August 31, 2020)
IST: 03:05 pm: We have reported earlier that Xiaomi is running Android 11 internal testing programs for several devices that are eligible for the update. According to recent information, Xiaomi is working on Android 11 for a few more devices to the likes of Redmi Note 9, Note 9 Pro (global), & Redmi 9A.
It is worth noting that the information is not coming from our trusted sources, and hence, we cannot verify its credibility at this time. Read the full story here.
IST: 08:05 pm: Poco F2 Pro users are still waiting to get their hands on the beta for the upcoming Android version. A user recently took to Mi Community Forum to know when to expect the beta version of the Android 11 for the Poco F2 Pro.
Responding to the user, the moderator has mentioned that the Android 11 beta (AOSP) build has been released for the Poco F2 Pro. Read the full story here.
Update 16 (September 01, 2020)
IST: 06:05 pm: In a recent development, we have learned that Xiaomi has now started recruiting Mi Pilot testers to try out Android 11 on the Global Stable Beta ROM for specific devices namely, Poco F2 Pro, Mi 10 & Mi 10 Pro. Read the full coverage here.
Update 17 (September 02, 2020)
IST: 04:30 pm: A Mi Community moderator when asked of the Android 11 beta testing on the Redmi Note 9 has responded that once Google releases Android 11 officially, eligible devices may get beta testing based on MIUI soon after.
Update 18 (September 04, 2020)
IST: 04:40 pm: Xiaomi seems to be dropping out the Mi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro from their Android 11 roadmap. This seems obvious from a Mi Community mod who recently confirmed that both devices are not eligible to get the next big OS update. Read the full story here.
Update 19 (September 07, 2020)
IST: 13:47 pm: Its now coming to light that Xiaomi may be planning to take a non-China-first approach in the rollout of Android 11. Meaning, other ROMs (Global, India, Europe, Russia, and Indonesia) may come before the update goes live in Xiaomi’s home country. Here‘s the complete story.
IST: 15:10 pm: The beta testing for Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Poco F2 Pro is likely to begin soon, as the first list of users who applied for testing the Android 11 beta update has gone live.
IST: 18:30 pm: As per an unofficial updated list, Android 11 internal testing has begun on Mi 10 Ultra and Poco C3 (rebranded Redmi 9C that is yet to release). Poco M2/Redmi 9 Prime has been added to the list of the confirmed devices, while Redmi 10X 4G/Redmi Note 9 has been taken off of it. Details here.
IST: 18:30 pm: An unofficial leist of Xiaomi devices that are not eligible for the Andorid 11 update has surfaced. Route here for more infomation.
Update 20 (September 08, 2020)
IST: 12:00 pm: Many users who have applied to take part in the Android 11 beta program have not provided some necessary information. Therefore, an alert has been issued on the official Mi Global Community Telegram group. Head here to check it out.
IST: 06:24 pm: In response to a user’s query regarding the availability of Android 11 on the Mi MIX 3, a moderator stated that it’s too early to know whether the update will arrive on the Mi MIX 3 even though it’s technically eligible for the update.
Update 21 (September 09, 2020)
IST 06:15 pm: According to information shared via the Xiaomi & MIUI News group on Telegram, it appears that the Redmi K30 5G and the Mi 10 Youth Edition picked up the Android 11 beta update alongside recent MIUI 12 beta version 20.9.8. See the full story here.
Update 22 (September 10, 2020)
IST 01:23 pm: Xiaomi has released the Android 11 beta update with MIUI 12 on top for the Global variants of the Mi 10 Pro. The new update is being rolled out to users who signed up for the beta program as version 188.8.131.52.RJAMIXM. For more details, head here.
IST 06:25 pm: Xiaomi has officially announced the release of the Android 11 beta update for the standard Mi 10 as well with the MIUI 12 Global Beta Stable ROM version 184.108.40.206.RJBMIXM.
Update 23 (September 12, 2020)
IST 05:36 pm: According to a moderator at the Mi Community, Xiaomi may not recruit users for testing MIUI 12 on the Redmi Note 9, but it may recruit users to test Android 11 on the devices. Detailed coverage here.
Update 24 (September 14, 2020)
IST 05:20 pm: Thanks to a custom ROM developer, Redmi K20 Pro users can now try out Android 11 in the form of an AOSP custom ROM for the device. You can check out and download the ROM by heading here.
Update 25 (September 15, 2020)
IST: 12:20 pm: In response to a user’s query regarding the availability of Android 11 for the Redmi Note 8, a Mi forum moderator stated that Android 11 isn’t available officially for the Redmi Note 8. The mod didn’t divulge an ETA for the update.
IST: 02:35 pm: Xiaomi Mi A3 users will be disappointed to know that the Android 11 update for the device may not be coming anytime soon as a moderator stated that there is still no ETA for the update on the device.
Update 26 (September 18, 2020)
IST: 11:20 pm: A new announcement states that some devices including the Poco X2 have been suspended from the update v20.9.21 due to the major Android version being upgraded. This hits that Xiaomi might soon release at least the Android 11-based MIUI 12 beta stable update for these devices.
Update 27 (September 21, 2020)
IST: 11:41 am: Poco F1 and Mi A2 users who don’t want to wait for the official Android 11 build can now try out the new Android version thanks to the ReloadedOS and POSP (Android 11) custom ROMs respectively. Head here to know more.
Update 28 (September 22, 2020)
IST: 12:21 pm: In response to a user’s query regarding the availability of Android 11 for the Redmi Note 8, a mod has now stated that the device will not get Android 11. Although it will continue to get Android 10-based updates. See more details here.
IST: 06:48 pm: The Xiaomi Redmi 4X released with Android 6.0 Marshmallow onboard and only received the update to Android 7.1.2 Nougat. Luckily, Redmi 4X users can taste Android 11 on the device via the AOSP-based Revenge OS custom ROM. Download it here.
Update 29 (September 26, 2020)
IST: 12:47 pm: In the second session of #POCOAMA, the company heads have confirmed that the Poco X3 will get definitely get the update to Android 11, however, it’s unclear whether it will get Android 12. Full story here.
IST: 06:42 pm: An alleged list of Android 11 eligible devices from Xiaomi has surfaced once again with a few new devices along with information regarding the status of Android 11 for certain models. Head here to check it out.
Update 30 (September 28, 2020)
IST: 05:39 pm: Based on details from the unofficial Xiaomi Android 11 devices list, it appears that the internal testing is underway for the Redmi K30i 5G, Redmi 10X Pro, Redmi 10X 5G, and the Poco X3 NFC.
Update 30 (September 30, 2020)
IST: 12:21 pm: A Mi Community mod responded to a user’s query regarding Android 11 for the Redmi Note 9S by stating that the update will be available once Xiaomi develops an MIUI-based Android 11 ROM for the device. See the entire response here.
IST: 13:46 pm: Xiaomi is yet to release a stable Android 11 build for its devices. However, it’s testing Android 11 with MIUI 12 on top with the Mi 10 series. This means that some Android 11 features have been added to MIUI 12 according to a report.
For starters, the Chat bubbles are present and accounted for. Further, the Conversations view in the notification panel is also added. Then we have the privacy features from Android 11 along with a new dashboard in the Control Center.
But since it’s still in its beta stage, there are many bugs and issues which make the experience rather unpleasant. That said, we’ll have to wait and see what Xiaomi has to offer once the stable update rolls out.
Update 31 (October 01, 2020)
IST: 12:40 pm: Xiaomi has kick-started the Android 11 update internal beta testing program for the Xiaomi Mi A3, Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, Mi 9 SE, Mi 9 Lite (aka Mi CC9) and Mi CC9 Meitu Edition. Head here for the detailed coverage.
IST: 01:23 pm: Xiaomi has begun rolling out the beta stable Android 11 update alongside MIUI 12 for the Mi 10 in China as version 220.127.116.11.RJBCNXM. Head here for the download link and more details.
IST: 18:53 pm: The stable Android 11 update is also rolling out to the Chinese variant of the Mi 10 Pro as well as its global counterpart. There is more details here.
IST: 19:23 pm: Hot on the heels of the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro Android 11 update is the Redmi K30 Pro, also known as Poco F2 Pro in markets outside China. The update is arriving as V18.104.22.168.RJKCNXM. Details here.
Update 32 (October 03, 2020)
IST: 12:09 pm: Poco made an official announcement in July stating that the Android 11 update for the Poco X2 is coming soon. As it turns out, there are still no signs of Android 11 for the device. Head here to know more.
Update 33 (October 05, 2020)
IST: 12:11 pm: Responding to a user’s query regarding the MIUI 12 and Android 11 update for the Redmi Note 9 Pro, a moderator stated that the MIUI 12 update will be released soon, however, the Android 11 update may take a while. Read the full story here.
Update 34 (October 09, 2020)
IST: 01:37 pm: According to a Mi Community Feedback Team member, the Android 11 update for the Redmi Note 9 Pro is scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2021. See more details here.
IST: 06:50 pm: A Xiaomi support execuitive has claimed that the Android 11 update for the Redmi 9 is scheduled to be released in February next year. See more details here.
Update 35 (October 12, 2020)
IST: 06:25 pm: The latest MIUI 12 beta update version 20.10.12 has enabled the Android 11 Back tap gestures on select Xiaomi phones such as the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. It also brings a few other features. Full story here.
Update 36 (October 14, 2020)
IST: 07:15 pm: A new Android 11 build is available for the Mi CC9 Pro in the form of the MIUI 12 beta 20.10.14 in China. For more details and the download link, head here.
Update 37 (October 17, 2020)
IST: 05:25 pm: Xiaomi has the most devices that have recevied the Android 11 update in beta or stable form compared to any non-Google OEM. A total of seven to be precise. To see the full picture, head here.
Update 38 (October 19, 2020)
IST: 12:35 pm: In a shimmer of hope, it seems that Xiaomi may release the Android 11 update for the Mi 8. Of course, it may take a while to arrive for the public. See more details here.
Update 39 (October 20, 2020)
IST: 11:55 am: Xiaomi has added the Redmi K30 aka Poco X2 to the Android 11 beta program with the latest MIUI 12 beta 20.10.19 nightly build. To know more, head here.
Update 40 (October 21, 2020)
IST: 12:04 pm: The Android 11 beta update for the Mi 9T aka Redmi K20 is now available via the latest MIUI 12 Closed Beta version 20.10.20. More details here.
Update 41 (October 23, 2020)
IST: 01:58 pm: New developments suggest that the stable Android 11 update may not be available on a wider scale for the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro/Poco F2 Pro due to audio stability issues and possibly other bugs. To know more, head here.
Update 42 (October 24, 2020)
IST: 04:03 pm: Xiaomi has released a new MIUI 12 beta update which apparently fixes the Mi Music app compatibility issues on devices running on Android 11. Head here for more details.
Update 43 (October 26, 2020)
IST: 04:30 pm: An unofficial Xiaomi update policy is now available which shows the number of updates each smartphone series from Xiaomi. Thus, it should be easy to figure out which phones will get the Android 11 update.
Update 44 (October 28, 2020)
IST: 06:45 pm: The latest MIUI 12 beta updates in China have brought redesigned user interfaces for multiple sections in device settings. At present, these redesigned UI elements are enabled on all Xiaomi phones with the Android 11 update. More details here.
Update 45 (October 31, 2020)
IST: 12:45 pm: Xiaomi is yet to begin a wider rollout of the stable Android 11 update for the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. Now, both devices have bagged the October security update and it’s likely that the next update may bring Android 11.
IST: 01:43 pm: According to information shared in a Xiaomi-focused Telegram group, the Android 11 update for the Mi 10 Lite is now under internal testing. Of course, this is unofficial information and must be taken with a grain of salt.
Update 46 (November 02, 2020)
IST: 07:10 pm: Chatter on Telegram groups suggests internal Android 11 testing might have started for the Mi 9, Mi 9 Pro, and Mi 9T Pro (aka Redmi K20 Pro) in China. More info here.
IST: 07:54 pm: Xiaomi has released the Android 11 beta update for the Mi 10 Ultra in China. This new update is live with the MIUI 12 update version 20.11.2. More details here.
Update 47 (November 04, 2020)
IST: 05:43 pm: Xiaomi, like most other OEMs, has different types/stages of MIUI ROMs which are alpha/nightly, beta, beta stable, and stable ROMs. Head here to know all about these stages/types.
Update 48 (November 06, 2020)
IST: 01:16 pm: It seems that Xiaomi has begun testing Android 11 on the Blackshark 2, Blackshark 2 Pro, Blackshark 3, Blackshark 3S, and Blackshark 3 Pro internally. Head here to know more.
Update 49 (November 09, 2020)
IST: 12:25 pm: Xiaomi may have also begun testing Android 11 on the Poco M2 and Poco M2 Pro according to new developments. This means that we can expect to see the company release Android 11 for the device sooner rather than later.
IST: 05:50 pm: The Mi 10 has bagged another Android 11-based MIUI 12 beta stable update in China as version 22.214.171.124.RJBCNXM. It’s likely that the stable update may be released on a wider scale soon. More details here.
Update 50 (November 10, 2020)
IST: 02:17 pm: The new MIUI 12 beta update version 20.11.6 has added a new panel in the Camera app on Xiaomi phones running on Android 11. Head here to know what else the beta has to offer.
IST: 06:27 pm: New developments indicate that Xiaomi may release the Android 11 public beta update for the Redmi K30 Ultra, Redmi 10X 5G and Redmi 10X Pro soon. Head here to know more.
Update 51 (November 16, 2020)
IST: 05:01 pm: Based on new information, it seems that the Redmi Note 9 Pro along with some other eligible Redmi Note series devices will get the update to Android 11 early next year. More details here.
Update 52 (November 17, 2020)
IST: 02:00 pm: Xiaomi has reportedly released the Android 11 update for the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom with the stable MIUI 12 version 126.96.36.199.RJKCNXM in China. This new update is rolling out with a download size of around 3.3GB.
IST: 07:25 pm: A Poco official has now claimed that the company never advertised Android 11 for the Poco F2 Pro even though it did back in June. The device is yet to get Android 11 in beta or stable form. More details here.
Update 53 (November 18, 2020)
IST: 07:25 pm: Xiaomi seems to have released the stable Android 11 update with MIUI 12 version 188.8.131.52.RJBCNXM on top to Mi 10 units in China. The update was previously released last week but was rolled back, possibly due to bugs. More details here.
IST: 12:20 pm: Surprisingly, Xiaomi appears to have released the stable Android 11 update based on MIUI 12 for the Redmi Note 9 Pro (sold as the Redmi Note 9S globally). Head here for all the details.
IST: 06:10 pm: The latest MIUI 12 closed beta version 20.11.17 brings with it a new Power Menu for Xiaomi phones running on Android 11. Head here to see it in action.
Update 54 (November 19, 2020)
IST: 12:45 pm: Apparently, Xiaomi is “working hard” to release the Android 11 update for the Redmi Note 8 soon, according to a support representative for the company. Of course, support reps don’t have a flawless track record and thus the information should be taken with a grain of salt.
Update 55 (November 20, 2020)
IST: 10:20 am: Xiaomi introduced several new camera features with the Mi 10T series. New developments suggest that other Xiaomi phones might also get the features with the upcoming Android 11 update or future MIUI 12 builds. Head here for more details.
IST: 01:30 pm: It appears that Xiaomi has revamped the Volume Rocker UI in the recent MIUI 12 closed beta version 20.11.17. The new MIUI China System UI Controls App version V1.0.055 has been extracted from the build and users can try installing it on their devices.
Here’s a video of it:
However, it may only work on devices running Android 11 on the Chinese ROM. There may be bugs and issues if installed on the Global ROM. You can download the APK from here.
IST: 04:05 pm: While the Indian Redmi Note 9 Pro variant has picked up the update to Android 11. Other Redmi Note 9 series models are yet to bag it. You can head here to stay up to date with all the developments regarding Android 11 for the Redmi Note 9 series.
Update 56 (November 21, 2020)
IST: 05:50 pm: Xiaomi has reportedly begun rolling out the stable Android 11 update for the Redmi K30 Pro. The update is rolling out to users in China as version 12.2.1 and brings the October patch too.
IST: 05:59 pm: It now seems that the stable Android 11 update has begun rolling out for the Mi 10 Pro as well with the software version 184.108.40.206 in China as per a report.
Update 57 (November 23, 2020)
IST: 10:10 am: According to a Mi Community mod, the development for the Mi MIX 3 series is slow and has thus asked users not to have high hopes. However, the mod has not dismissed the possibility of the device getting Android 11 at some point.
Update 58 (November 24, 2020)
IST: 10:15 am: The Android 11 update for the Redmi Note 8, Note 8T, and Note 8 Pro appears to be in its testing phase according to an unofficial report. Head here to know more.
IST: 10:39 am: Xiaomi has begun rolling out the stable Android 11 update for the global Mi 10 units as version 220.127.116.11.RJBMIXM. Further, the Redmi K30 5G has also bagged the update in China. Full story here.
Update 59 (November 25, 2020)
IST: 12:30 pm: New details suggest that the first Android 11 builds for the Redmi 10X 5G, Redmi 10X Pro, and the Redmi K30 Ultra are now out for those who are part of the MIUI closed beta program in China. More details here.
IST: 02:00 pm: Poco F1 (Pocophone F1) users might be in for a treat since recent developments suggest that Xiaomi may end up rolling out the update to Android 11 for the device. More on this here.
IST: 06:28 pm: With the MIUI 12 update now released to all models of the Redmi Note 9 series, it’s likely that Xiaomi will begin focusing on the development of Android 11 for these devices now. Head here for more details.
Update 60 (November 26, 2020)
IST: 04:15 pm: Xiaomi has begun rolling out a new Android 11 update for the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro in China after the previous update was pulled. It is rolling out with the software version 18.104.22.168.RJACNXM. Head here for more details and the download link.
Update 61 (November 28, 2020)
IST: 05:50 pm: The latest MIUI closed beta update version 20.11.23 brings a bunch of new features for devices on Android 11 such as new Fingerprint-on-Display effects, a new Volume Bar, and more. Head here for the full story.
Update 62 (November 30, 2020)
(IST) 11:50 am: Poco F2 Pro is now fetching the stable Android 11 update, but only on limited global devices as of now. A wider rollout should follow soon. For the download link and other details, head here.
(IST) 03:50 pm: Mi 10 Pro Android 11 update is now out for the pilot tester. Those who didn’t participate in the beta program will have to wait more to get hands on the same. More information here.
Update 63 (December 03, 2020)
(IST) 12:05 pm: As per a recent report coming from someone who got in touch with the Xiaomi support, Android 11 is allegedly “on it’s way” for the Mi MIX 3 (non-5G) variant. However, things may take time to materialize.
(IST) 05:50 pm: Xiaomi Mi 10 users in Europe can rejoice since the company has begun rolling out the stable Android 11 update for the device in the region.
It comes with the software version 22.214.171.124.RJBEUXM with the MIUI 12 skin on top. More details and the download link can be accessed here.
Update 64 (December 04, 2020)
(IST) 11:25 am: Mi 10 Lite devices (global variants) are now receiving the Android 11 update. For the download link and other details, you may head here.
It’s also worth mentioning that Xiaomi also pushed the same for the Indian variants of Mi 10, but pulled the update in no time. But we still managed to get our hands on the download link. Details here.
Update 65 (December 05, 2020)
(IST) 05:50 pm: Xiaomi is preparing to release the stable Android 11 update for several devices. These are the Redmi K20/Mi 9T, Redmi K30/Poco X3, Redmi K30i 5G, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, Poco M2 Pro, and Mi A3 as per an unofficial report.
Update 66 (December 07, 2020)
(IST) 09:40 am: The latest alpha update for the MIUI 12 System Launcher brings a search box to add Gaussian blur on Android 11 along with a few additional tweaks. Check out the full story here.
(IST) 02:00 pm: It appears that Xiaomi is preparing the Android 11 open beta for Mi 10T Lite/Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G/Mi 10i, Redmi Note 9 4G/Redmi 9T/Redmi 9 Power, and Redmi Note 9 5G. Hear here for more details.
(IST) 07:10 pm: The Android 11 update has begun rolling out for the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro in Europe. It bears the software version 126.96.36.199.RJAEUXM. Head here for the download link.
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