The beauty of today's modern technology is the fact that developers can unlock capabilities to run on the hardware that the software denies by default. The most obvious example is jailbreaking an iPhone or rooting an Android device. Once you free your device from the constraints of the software lock imposed by the OEM, you can implement features available on other smartphones with the right tweak or ROM. Typically, the good folks over at XDA provide the necessary tools for users to download and install.

It was revealed recently the Xiaomi Mi A1 can support Android's Night Light feature and the Camera2 API. Credit goes to XDA Senior Members sooti, simonsmh, and jimmy123322 for the Magisk Module which enables Night Light, adds EIS to the prop file, slow motion in Google Camera, forces HAL 3 and restricts noise cancellation while recording videos.

Users get all of these features without breaking SafetyNet or touching the system partition, which means over the air updates will operate without issue. The module can also be disabled without having to re-flash the system if you decide you don't want to run it anymore.

You can view the XDA forum post here if you're interested in installing on your device.

Drop a comment below and let us know if you plan on running Magisk on your Xiaomi Mi A1.