Common Problems In Xiaomi Civi 3 ~ EASY FIXES!

Today in this guide we will learn how to fix common problems in the Xiaomi Civi 3 with simple, easy steps.

Samsung recently launched the Xiaomi Civi 3 device which is a 5G category phone, plus it offers the best features according to its price.

After many users use this device, the Xiaomi Civi 3 is facing common problems like network, fingerprint scanner, battery drain, overheating, and Bluetooth connectivity issues.

But don’t worry, I will give you a proven solution to solve all these problems, so read this post till the end.

Network, Fingerprint scanner, Battery Drain, Overheating, and Bluetooth Connectivity Issue In Xiaomi Civi 3 & Solutions

In this article, I have given solutions to fix all these problems, as well as all the solutions explained below are tested and 100% working.

Therefore, follow the steps mentioned below carefully.

Some Details & Features of Xiaomi Civi 3:

This Xiaomi Civi 3 features a 6.65-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen with 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution, powered by the Mediatek Dimensity 8200 Ultra chipset based on the 4-nanometer process.

Also comes in four variants, moving to the camera we have a 50-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide, and a 2-megapixel macro camera.

Moving into the front-facing camera it’s a 32+32 megapixel dual selfie camera, and we have a 4500 mAh battery with a 67W fast charger.

Solution 1: Poor Network Issue in Xiaomi Civi 3

I have seen on many user forums, connectivity and network problems persist on Xiaomi devices.

This problem can happen for various reasons, so I cannot say for sure why this problem occurs, but below I have given some tricks that you can try to fix it:

  • First, Reset your device’s APN settings.
  • Once, Reboot your device.
  • Then Check whether the SIM card placement is correct or not.
  • Reset your Network Settings.
    • To do is: Go to Settings → Connection & sharing → Reset Wi-Fi, mobile networks, and Bluetooth → Reset Settings.
  • That’s It 🙂

If you have problems related to Wi-Fi, then follow the steps given below:

  • Turn the airplane mode off and on for a few seconds.
  • Forget the saved networks and reconnect.
  • Once, Reboot your device.
  • Finally, Reset your Network Settings.
  • To do is: Go to Settings → Connection & sharing → Reset Wi-Fi, mobile networks, and Bluetooth → Reset Settings.
  • That’s It 🙂

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Solution 2: Fingerprint scanner Not Working Properly in Xiaomi Civi 3

How to fix the Fingerprint scanner Not Working issue in Xiaomi Civi 3:


  1. Make sure your fingers are neat and clean
  2. Also, your screen should be clean.
  3. Once, Reboot/Restart your Xiaomi Civi 3
  4. Remove the bulky screen protector
  5. Add fingerprints again in Xiaomi Civi 3
    • Go to Settings → Passwords & security → Choose Fingerprint Unlock.
  6. That’s it 🙂

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Solution 3: Fast Battery Drain Problem in Xiaomi Civi 3

The Xiaomi Civi 3 has an OLED display, plus a 5000 mAh battery, and the powerful MediaTek Dimensity 1080 should bring great screen-on time.

But sadly, this is not happening with many users, they are reporting the battery drain in their devices.

Many times the device automatically drains the battery when the screen is off for some time.

To solve this problem, I have given some remedies below, following which you can prolong the battery life.

How to Fix Fast Battery draining issue in the Xiaomi Civi 3:


  1. First, clear all background apps.
  2. Disable networks like Wi-Fi, Location, and Mobile Data.
  3. Turn off Auto-brightness, Set the brightness manually.
  4. That’s It 🙂

Solution 4: Overheating Issue In Xiaomi Civi 3

The problem of overheating is also something many people have to face, and the device feels quite hot while charging and during extensive gaming sessions.

You can reduce overheating by removing the back cover of your phone while charging or playing a large game.

There may also be some problems with the kernel on the firmware, so report the problem to Samsung Support.

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Solution 5: Bluetooth not working in Xiaomi Civi 3

Does Bluetooth not work on your Xiaomi Civi 3? Don’t worry, I have given some steps below to fix this problem.

  1. First, Turn Bluetooth off and on again for a few seconds.
    • To do this, Go to Open Notification Bar → Turn Bluetooth Off, and On.
  2. Then Turn the Airplane mode off and on again for a few seconds.
    • To do this, Go to Open Notification Bar → Turn Airplane mode Off, and On.
  3. Once, Restart your phone
  4. Also, Unpair and repair the Bluetooth device once.
    • To do this, Open Notification Bar → Tap Bluetooth Icon → Finally, Tap on one of the devices in the list and pair.
  5. Make sure to Reset network settings.
    • To do this, Go to Settings → Connection & sharing → Reset Wi-Fi, mobile networks and Bluetooth → Reset Settings.
  6. Update your software to the latest version.
    • To do this, Go to SettingsSoftware update → Download, and install.
  7. If any of the steps mentioned above do not work, then you have a last resort you will have to factory reset your device.
    • To do this, Go to Settings → My device → Backup & reset → Erase all data (factory reset) → Reset phone → Tap OK.
  8. That’s It 🙂

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Final Words:

So these were some fixes for Common Problems In Xiaomi Civi 3, I hope this guide will be helpful for you.

Tell me in the comment section if you are facing any other problems related to your device.

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