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[CLOSED][Recovery] TWRP (pyxis) - Official 3.3.1-0 (final)

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go to /persist and scroll down (the end of the bottom) and take screenshot

it looks like you are using your sd card as internal storage. this creates conflict with twrp ! you should configure it simply as external storage !

never did anything on sdcard, all is stock and unset, simply a phone fresh started after flash miui, never used the phone for anything else.
Persist is empty
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lol

you didn't flash the whole firmware (.tar fastboot package not the .zip) from scratch / or you flashed the chinese twrp.

delete the 2 lines with .twrp

format data
reboot to twrp again
wipe data and reboot

you don't follow the instructions !
flashed the tar extracted rom with miflash.
In the past I tried the chinese twrp but after that flashed many times the rom again.
Maybe because I flash with option "clean all" that preserve unlocked?
Anyway restarted in system with usual 1st configuration
 

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flashed the tar extracted rom with miflash.
In the past I tried the chinese twrp but after that flashed many times the rom again.
Maybe because I flash with option "clean all" that preserve unlocked?
Anyway restarted in system with usual 1st configuration

-flash your whole firmware. like if you want an new device (don't lock the bootloader !!!)
-boot your miui
-reboot to bootloader and follow the instruction :
. flash twrp
. reboot to twrp (keep vol+) : format data, type yes
. reboot to twrp again : wipe data and flash fstab.zip
. reboot to system and finish the settings
. reboot to twrp and create your backup test
 
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    http%3A%2F%2Flh3.googleusercontent.com%2F2HtVAF5zfNMlmKhF0QYqCSr1rsstB1btNfdKl7WvGTcZkOSKCYNxdXwsSizx9VhiPg%3Dw300

    Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) is an open-source software custom recovery image for Android-based devices. It provides a touchscreen-enabled interface that allows users to install third-party firmware and back up the current system, functions often unsupported by stock recovery images. It is, therefore, often installed when rooting Android devices, although it isn't dependent on a device being rooted to be installed.

    ******************************************​

    Hi there,

    This is the official build (beta) based on TWRP sources and xiaomi blobs ... fully working !
    (Mi 9 Lite / Mi CC9)

    !!! IT'S NOT MY PROBLEM, IF YOU DON'T READ AND FOLLOW MY INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY, IF YOU DON'T HAVE TIME FOR THIS, OR IF YOU FLASH SOMETHING OR DO A MANIPULATION I DIDN'T MENTION HERE !!!
    THIS RECOVERY DOESN'T SUPPORT ANY ZIP MOD/ROM THAT DOESN'T USE SYSTEM_ROOT MOUNT. CHECK OFFICIAL TWRP HOMEPAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT NEW A/B DEVICES FROM 2019

    Installation Procedure (first time) :

    - Unlock your bootloader :)D)
    - Enable ADB from your Official MIUI Developer option
    - Plug your USB cable to your Windows PC and type :

    adb reboot bootloader

    - type then :

    fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.3.1-0-pyxis-final (auto-decrypt).img (rename your image just by twrp.img)

    fastboot flash vbmeta vbmeta.img

    fastboot reboot (keep Vol+ pressed until you see TWRP splash)

    - Wait for decrypting ... (if already you set a lockscreen pattern or a fingerprint)

    - Format Data (button on the right) + Type "yes" on the keyboard popup

    - Reboot

    - To boot TWRP from MIUI : reboot menu + keep Volume UP pressed.
    - To boot from phone off : power button + Volume UP

    TWRP can now auto-decrypt your crypted /data partition so you can make backup with no issue.
    This is a big fix that prevent to loose your fingerprint and pattern ...

    For MIUI users, you must flash the fstab.zip fix after flashing your MIUI rom !!!

    Enjoy ! :good:

    Update : 2019-11-05
    -version : 3.3.1-0
    -busybox update
    -terminal fixed
    -stable and optimized : setting lockscreen pattern and fingerprint on the first boot is no longer needed !

    BE SURE WHEN YOU WIPE YOUR DATA, YOU KEEP THE "4 FOLDERS BELOW + .layout_version". THESE ARE YOU ENCRYPTION DATA. IF YOU DELETE THEM, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RESTORE YOUR DATA BACKUP UNTIL YOU FORMAT YOUR DATA AGAIN.

    TRICK TO SAVE YOUR LIFE : ALWAYS KEEP YOUR BACKUPS ON THE EXTERNAL STORAGE !!!


    Download
    link

    XDA : DevDB Information
    TWRP, Tool/Utility for the Mi 9 Lite / Mi CC9 (pyxis)

    Contributors
    gringo80

    Source Code 1 : https://github.com/TeamWin
    Source Code 2 : Prebuilt Recovery Kernel from MIUI

    Version Information
    Status : Stable
    Release Date : 2019-11-05
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    Today I tried your above method for xiaomi.eu latest build. backpack/restore worked well but when you set password on screen lock, it will never unlock after reboot

    Thank you. Everything is fixed now !
    Read OP carefully !
    :good:
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    you are blind, youn don't read
    you have a mental disorder. believe me. you should go to a doctor just for your health

    Oh yeah? Thanks for letting me know, buddy, really useful.
    I tell you gringo, you could compete with some presidents. But in arrogance and disrespect.
    I was very patient and aimed for a factual discussion, but instead of answers to simple questions about missing information in OP I get insults and repeated information about things I'm not asking. But this is mainly the problem of this forum, I guess. Anywhere else this gringo would get downvoted into oblivion.
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    ... Because everything is an illusion. I don't exist so how can i do this ??? :eek:
    so funny dude, you know it's forbidden to throw "OFFICIAL" tag around without it being approved ...
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    Stay tuned guys !

    LineageOS is on the way !