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How to send a bug report to Mi for analysis?

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Android devices are great; we can all agree on that. However, with all that greatness also comes a fair amount of bugs and glitches. Now, while these are rarely seen, they can make your phone pretty much unusable when the frequency increases. 

In such cases, you might want to check for updates or even factory reset your device. However, if you don’t want to wipe your device and start from scratch, you can send the device manufacturer a bug report and hope for things to be fixed in the next update you get.

In this article, we’re taking a look at how to send a bug report to Mi for analysis.

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Sending bug reports

Follow these steps to send a bug report to MI for analysis:

Enabling Developer mode on your phone

Before you can start sending bug reports, you need to enable developer mode on your phone. If you’ve done this already, you can skip this section.

How to send a bug report to Mi for analysis?
  • Head over to your phone’s settings, and tap on About phone.
  • Tap Build number seven times to enable developer mode.

Sending bug reports

Once you’ve got developer mode enabled, here’s how you can send bug reports.

How to send a bug report to Mi for analysis?
  • Head over to your phone’s settings, and tap on System.
  • Tap Developer options.
  • Tap Bug report.
  • Send the type of bug report you want to send and press Report.

Your phone will now compile all analysis data along with any required screenshots and send that back to your phone’s manufacturer for review. 

Note that while the steps mentioned above are followed through on a Google Pixel 4a, they largely apply to all Android devices with slight variations. For example, the process of enabling developer mode different phones might vary by manufacturer. 

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Yadullah Abidi

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