Xiaomi Announces Mi Service Order Status Feature in India: Users Can Track Repair Status Online

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Xiaomi India on Tuesday announced the launch of the new Mi Service Order Status feature on Mi.com. This feature will let users track their device repair status on the website. It offers five-stage tracking progress for device repairs.

Managing Director of Xiaomi India, Manu Kumar Jain posted a tweet announcing the rollout of this feature. With the help of Mi Service Order Status, customers will be able to track their device repair and know its service status online. The five stages in tracking progress are under inspection, work in progress, ready for delivery, delivered, and cancelled.

How to track your Xiaomi device repair status

  • Users need to enter their contact number/ order number/ service number/ IMEI number or SN number on the official service order status webpage.

This article was sourced from Gadgets360

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