The majority of users are still using MIUI, even though Xiaomi has made the stable HyperOS update available to users worldwide. For example, the Redmi Note 10 devices just received an update a few days ago, following a lengthy period of months and weeks without one. Regrettably, the launcher appears to have been rendered unresponsive due to the update.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 will now receive an update every three months, rather than every six months, as was previously the case. Android security patch level was bumped to October 2023 with the latest build that arrived a few days ago, based on MIUI 14. Even though the update made MIUI Launcher more secure and stable, some users are saying it doesn’t respond.
At the same time, it appears that the MIUI Launcher not responding issue is affecting users of the Russian ROM. Reportedly, the problem is limited to users of the stable MIUI 18.104.22.168.SKGRUXM version. Xiaomi is looking into the matter and will release a patch soon. While they investigate a more long-term solution, the company has offered a workaround in the meantime.
How to fix Xiaomi MIUI Launcher not responding
It’s a temporary fix, and we recommend following the process to resolve the issue for now. Head to
- Manage Apps
- System Launcher
- Clear data
- Clear all the data.
This will restore the default layout of the system launcher.
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