The government has also banned ‘Action Mi Browser Pro – Video Download, Free Fast & Secure’.
Xiaomi officials said that this step will not affect the performance of the device and users can easily download any browser.
The government has also ordered another Chinese app QQ International to be blocked. Official sources said that action against the Xiaomi browser may affect the function of the Internet-using device. For information, let us know that Xiaomi has sold more than 100 million smartphones in the country, and it is the leading mobile brand.
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On contacting Xiaomi, the company said that the company will talk to the officials of the ministry to resolve the matter. She also stated that she adheres to Local Data Protection and other rules and guidelines. Xiaomi continues to comply and comply with all data privacy and security requirements under Indian law. The company spokesman said, we are working towards understanding the development and will take appropriate steps as per the requirement.
These apps have been banned before
The government banned 59 Chinese apps on 29 June, which included apps such as Tiktok, Shareite, Kwai, UC Browser, Baidu map, Sheen, Clash of Kings, DU Battery Saver, Halo, Like, YouCam Makeup, Mi Community . After this, on July 27, a list of 47 other Chinese apps were released, which have been banned. Actually these 47 apps were cloning 59 previously banned apps, including TikTok Lite, Camscanner Advance, Helo Lite, Shareit Lite, Bigo LIVE lite, VFY lite including Weibo and Baidu.