Infinixmobility has announced the release of their latest XUI 1.N.3.1 update for Infinix Hot Note users. This timely update is good news to Infinix Hot Note users as previous update came with some bugs. With this new XUI 1.N.3.1 update, Infinix Hot Note users can now get all bugs in their phones fixed.
Though, users of Infinix Hot Note desires to see an Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS update for their devices, its advisable to proceed and update your Hot Note smartphones with this latest upgrade.
XUI 1.N.3.1 For Hot Note: What’s New?
Fixed issues for the Update
- Issue where font manager occasionally crashed is fixed
- Improved system manager interface usability and bug fix
- Issue where some apps cannot be arranged or used is fixed
- Other bugs is fixed
Added Function to Update
- Three fingers screenshot is added
- Weather function is added
- Confirmation for shut down and restart options is added
- Download speed display is added
- Screen recording function is added
- Xshare function is added
- Quick wallpaper swap is added
- Remove pin notification in notification bar, when turn on Mobile Anti-Theft.
Optimized system stability and performance while fixing other issues.
Where Can I Download XUI 1.N.3.1 Update?
XUI 1.N.3.1 For Infinix Hot Note 16+2GB
The easiest way to flash the new XUI 1.N.3.1 update into your Infinix Hot Note phones is by using the TF Card method. This method does not require a computer. All you need is the download files and you are good to go. For the purpose of this this write up, we shall be providing a guide on how to use the TF Card to flash the buggy phone.
To Flash Your ROM Via TF Card:
- Reboot your phone into Recovery mode, just like we did back when we made our Nandroid backup.
- Head to the “Install” or “Install ZIP from SD Card” section of your recovery.
- Navigate to the ZIP file you downloaded earlier, and select it from the list to flash it.
- Wait for the process to complete; it may take a few minutes.
- Depending on your situation, you may also need to wipe your data and/or cache. In TWRP, you’ll find this under the “Wipe” section, and in ClockworkMod, you’ll need to either choose the “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option or the “Wipe Cache Partition” option.
- When you’re done, you’re free to reboot into your new ROM.
If you prefer SP Flash tools, kindly let us know so that guide link can be provided. You may also want to use WinDroid Universal Toolkit, a tool for unlocking a device’s bootloader, flashing a custom recovery and gaining root for the newbies of the Android world.