Mi Community apps and websites are temporarily banned in India

Mi Community applications and websites are temporarily banned in India.Indian government ban 59 Chinese app On 29th June 2020 as the censorious situation in Ladakh border after the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese armies. The ban “Chinese app movement” started because of allegedly these applications sending some of the user data to their server. In order to fight back, the Indian Government announced a digital strike by removing 59 Chinese applications. There is some popular web application in this list such as TikTok, ShareIt, Camscanner. Mi Application and website temporarily blocked in India. Mi also includes on that particular list.


Chinese Smartphone App Bann Issues

According to the government’s orders, all Chinese smartphone producer has impaired the application as well as the website in India. Mi also has to follow that order.

59 application banned including Mi community Applicatios and Website

Mi is a very renowned brand in India. Every year Mi hits millions of business from India. But now the Mi community applications are banned from both the IoS and Android platform. The application is no longer in the Google Play Store for the user.

The app was used by the Xiaomi user. Here the Xiaomi users not only discuss their features related problems also help each other finding the results to MIUI related software problems and talked about the new update.

If now any user downloads that particular Mi application or wanted to visit the website they will find “Web page not found” error.

Mi Community Apps and website issued a notice-

After this ban by the Indian government, Xiaomi has issued a public notice regarding this tough situation.

Xiaomi team Notice regarding the banned of Mi Community applications and websites

In these particular Xiaomi informed the user about disabled the website along with the Mi Application. They were also mentioned they will wait for further clarification by the government.

Before this new Poco M2 pro also face some issues regarding the privacy concern.  Looks like all the Chinese smartphone company going through a rough patch. Hopefully, this tension will be sorted soon.

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