Download HyperOS Control Center on Xiaomi

Download and Enable HyperOS Control Center

After a lot of waiting for MIUI 12, Xiaomi has released the new Control Center in its upcoming HyperOS update. The first peek we got from the latest beta build is a control center that is not only about looking good but also adds a few stuff like you being able to control your music right there, just like you would on an iPhone.

Today, I’m super excited to guide you on how to get the HyperOS Control Center up and running on your smartphone, but there’s a tiny catch – it has to be on MIUI 14 or above. Ready to dive in? Let’s get to it!

HyperOS Control Center

At first look, the HyperOS Control Center might remind you a lot of the old MIUI version. But hold on, because you’re about to see some cool upgrades and handy widgets. Controlling your music or navigating all your Xiaomi gadgets straight from your Control Center.

To get this feature, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Grab the System-UI Plugin from the link I’ve provided.
  2. Use your File Manager to find and install the app on your phone.
  3. Once you’ve got the app installed, Go to your settings.
  4. Look for the Notification & Control Center.
  5. Hit Control Center Styles and choose the New Version.
HyperOS Control Center Design

Wow! You’ve just downloaded your new Control Center.

Warning: Not every smartphone is ready for the System-UI Plugin apk. Trying to force it on a device that’s not compatible might cause some trouble, so it’s smart to check the requirements first.

Control Center Requirement

It’s important to know that only certain devices can handle the new OS features right now. Your phone needs to be on MIUI 13 and Android 13 or higher to enable HyperOS Control Center. If your device isn’t there yet, you might have to wait a bit longer to use these features.

MIUI Vs HyperOS Control Center

If you are confused and wondering which Control Center is better, let’s consider MIUI vs HyperOS. Both have the sleek look we’ve seen on Apple’s iOS. Choosing a new OS gives you additional features, such as easy access to your music and controlling your Xiaomi home devices directly from the control panel.

MIUI vs HyperOS Control Center

However, the MIUI Control Center is like an old friend – familiar and reliable. You know where everything is. The new system changes the position of your tiles, which means you’ll need some time to get used to it.

Plus, since it’s still in the beta phase, the new Control Center might show some odd behavior or seem a bit rough around the edges. I’ve received messages from some of you saying it appears weird and isn’t as smooth.

So, what’s the takeaway? Go for HyperOS if you like to try new features and can’t wait to see what else is coming in the future. Other than that, there’s no shame in sticking with MIUI – sometimes, old is truly gold.

What are your thoughts on the new Xiaomi operating system? Please share your comments below, and let’s talk about it!

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