Xiaomi blocks the use of its cellphones in several countries

 


Xiaomi has reportedly enforced its export policy, where the Chinese company has blocked the use of its smartphones in several countries.

This was done after it was discovered that Xioami products were illegally entering these countries. These include Syria, Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Crimea and North Korea.


This illegal smuggling is reportedly entering Xiaomi into these countries for sale.



However, it is not yet clear how Xioami mapped their restricted area, because Xiaomi's presence is currently still not officially present in many countries.


Xioami's export policy rules prohibit the sale or export of Xiaomi devices to unapproved territories, even though the products may still function under certain circumstances.










Xiaomi implements this policy to prevent new devices from being activated from territories that Xiaomi has not officially entered.


Xiaomi's move seems to have had an impact on some of its users, because their devices were locked after a few days of use.


Affected users may be notified that Xiaomi's policy does not allow the sale or supply of its products to that user's territory, so the activation request will be rejected. Users are also directed to contact the seller for more information.

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