Affordable and very popular fitness bracelet Xiaomi Mi Band 4 had one major drawback since his arrival. He had the support of English, but he did not have the support of the Czech or Slovak language.
At least the first named language comes in official support after a new software update. Here's how to run it.
Czech language and new update
Within the Czech sales market, a beta version of the system with native support of the Czech language also appeared. It will now replace the version with minor bugs and demanding availability official software update. Its installation is a matter of just a few minutes.
First, you need to have the latest and correct version of the application installed We Fit from the Play Store resp. App Store. Czech is part of the version 4.0.14 and newer. Secondly, the installed version should offer you a firmware update on the watch itself. This is a version with a label 22.214.171.124.
All you have to do is start the installation of the given package, keep the bracelet within reach and after the transition to the new firmware you should already have your Xiaomi Mi Band 4 in the Czech language.
Doesn't Czech work? We have a solution
Our editorial bracelet remained in English even after the steps were taken. It only helped to set the language of the application Mi Fit in Czech (iOS) resp. setting the phone language to Czech (Android + MIUI). Diacritics are displayed without problems, but emoji smileys are still missing.
Certain problems may occur in combination with the application My Band & Tools and Android. Forced mobile language change must be turned off in this mobile application. However, we strongly recommend that you install a new update, you can only get it.
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