Question Current/potential rooting situation of Xiaomi 12T Pro

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I have problem with GPay wallet on Xiaomi EU custom Rom ,and I use Shamiko module for Magisk and that help me to solve problem. I now easy pay with GPay
This looks promising. But it does not work for me, in a few attempts.
What did you do, except from installing the module? Have you turned off the "enforce denylist" as shamiko suggests? Have you re-delete all app data for google play services and google wallet?
 

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No ,I didn't do nothing, just install Shamiko, and first couple attempt didn't work and I left it... After few days , couple restart and I think update xioami eu rom ,it start working...
 

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I would like to inform any new thinker for root possibility in this device that I was not able to hide the root by Google Pay/Wallet in this phone (ROM: 13.0.11.0 - SLFEUXM), by executing the casual procedures:
All other bank apps I use have no clue that I am rooted, and work flawlessly.

If you know something more I can try, I will be happy to get any help on the matter.
I have found the problem and fixed it.
It was that the Google Play Services, somehow, were either missing in DenyList or keeping unchecking by their own (!)...
After some times of unchecking and rechecking (with deleting their data in the meantime) it worked (with shamiko already set).
 

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Because this TWRP recovery (twrp-3.7.0_12-v6.5_A12-diting-skkk.img) is only for update existing recovery
( Xiaomi recovery ) -> flashing recovery method,
I couldn't install temporary TWRP -> booting method
So I installed : "fastboot flash recovery_ab twrp-3.7.0_12-v6.5_A12-diting-skkk.img" and Magisk Delta

Now I want to remove the TWRP recovery and return to the original Xiaomi recovery:
1. Can I flash the original Xiaomi i recovery with the same method remove TWRP recovery:
command:
"fastboot flash recovery_ab recovery.img"
2. Is it enough if I do it in TWRP by installing recovery.img
but how to do it for slot A and slot B
 

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    Hello everyone, this is my first post here, I'm planning on buying a phone with high specs, good camera and the possibility to access root so my attention went to Xiaomi 12T Pro.

    I've seen a two-weeks old post on reddit where some guy with this same phone asked for help and ultimately managed to root it using magisk, however the 12T pro has a snapdragon chipset and from my last experience (about 6 years ago) snapdragon devices can't be rooted? Maybe that guy had the normal 12 pro and got confused with the name?
    Anyway I have a laptop so if there's a possibility/potential in the future to root this phone I might as well buy it.

    If you want I can also link the reddit post so you can give it a look.

    Thanks everyone.
    Hello , You can unlock bootloader then root your device easily with magisk , xiaomi devices are root friendly if you need any help lemme know i will do as much as i can
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    Here is step-by-step tutorial

    Step 1 Unlock bootloader (it will erase ALL YOUR DATA)

    1) create and login in Mi account
    2) go to settings>My device>All specs> click MIUI version several times
    3) go to settings>additional settings>developer options> here enable OEM unlocking, usb debugging and link your Mi accont to phone
    4) download latest MI unlock tool from official site https://en.miui.com/unlock/download_en.html and unzip the archive into a folder
    5) download qualcomm usb drivers or launch driver_install_64.exe in downloaded MI unlock tool folder
    6) launch miflash_unlock.exe and login in your MI account, hold power and volume down for 5-7 sec to boot in fastboot mode, connect phone to pc
    7) try to unlock (it will say to wait 1-7 days and try again)
    8) Voila, your phone unlocked and wiped

    Step 2 flashing or booting TWRP

    1) go to settings>additional settings>developer options> here enable usb debugging
    2) download platform-tools https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools
    3) download TWRP https://mega.nz/file/USUjQR4D#g8_rCCouOcJLK4DrryIyHbE99dwP4Hj-T-XSBtoSx6Q
    3) unzip the archive into a folder
    4) put twrp-3.6.2_A12-diting-skkk.img in the same folder
    4) run cmd (win+r and type "cmd")
    5) type "cd path/to/folder" (if folder not on C drive run "DriveLetter:" for example "D:"
    6) boot in fastboot and connect phone to pc
    7) type "fastboot devices" your phone should appear

    Method 1 flashing TWRP (recomended)
    pros: easily accesible (just hold power and volume up for 5-7 sec)
    cons: replaces original recovery


    8) type "fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.6.2_A12-diting-skkk.img"
    9) fastboot reboot
    10) hold power and volume up for 5-7 sec)
    11) install magisk (flash downloaded magisk.apk or zip in recovery)

    Method 2 booting in TWRP (not recommended on this device, may cause bootloop)

    pros: original recovery wont be replaced
    cons: loads temporary recovery, once you booted system or disabled device TWRP will be erased


    8) type "fastboot boot twrp-3.6.2_A12-diting-skkk.img"
    9) install magisk (flash downloaded magisk.apk or zip in recovery)
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    Hello everyone, this is my first post here, I'm planning on buying a phone with high specs, good camera and the possibility to access root so my attention went to Xiaomi 12T Pro.

    I've seen a two-weeks old post on reddit where some guy with this same phone asked for help and ultimately managed to root it using magisk, however the 12T pro has a snapdragon chipset and from my last experience (about 6 years ago) snapdragon devices can't be rooted? Maybe that guy had the normal 12 pro and got confused with the name?
    Anyway I have a laptop so if there's a possibility/potential in the future to root this phone I might as well buy it.

    If you want I can also link the reddit post so you can give it a look.

    Thanks everyone.
    there is no problem to root xiaomi device,because it can unlock BL
    1
    Here is step-by-step tutorial

    Step 1 Unlock bootloader (it will erase ALL YOUR DATA)

    1) create and login in Mi account
    2) go to settings>My device>All specs> click MIUI version several times
    3) go to settings>additional settings>developer options> here enable OEM unlocking, usb debugging and link your Mi accont to phone
    4) download latest MI unlock tool from official site https://en.miui.com/unlock/download_en.html and unzip the archive into a folder
    5) download qualcomm usb drivers or launch driver_install_64.exe in downloaded MI unlock tool folder
    6) launch miflash_unlock.exe and login in your MI account, hold power and volume down for 5-7 sec to boot in fastboot mode, connect phone to pc
    7) try to unlock (it will say to wait 1-7 days and try again)
    8) Voila, your phone unlocked and wiped

    Step 2 flashing or booting TWRP

    1) go to settings>additional settings>developer options> here enable usb debugging
    2) download platform-tools https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools
    3) download TWRP https://mega.nz/file/USUjQR4D#g8_rCCouOcJLK4DrryIyHbE99dwP4Hj-T-XSBtoSx6Q
    3) unzip the archive into a folder
    4) put twrp-3.6.2_A12-diting-skkk.img in the same folder
    4) run cmd (win+r and type "cmd")
    5) type "cd path/to/folder" (if folder not on C drive run "DriveLetter:" for example "D:"
    6) boot in fastboot and connect phone to pc
    7) type "adb devices" your phone should appear

    Method 1 booting in TWRP
    pros: original recovery wont be replaced
    cons: loads temp recovery once you booted system or disabled device TWRP will be erased


    8) type "fastboot boot twrp-3.6.2_A12-diting-skkk.img"
    9) install magisk (flash downloaded magisk.apk or zip in recovery)

    Method 2 flashing TWRP (recomended)
    pros: easily accesible (just hold power and volume up for 5-7 sec)
    cons: replaces original recovery)


    8) type "fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.6.2_A12-diting-skkk.img"
    9) fastboot reboot
    10) hold power and volume up for 5-7 sec)
    11) install magisk (flash downloaded magisk.apk or zip in recovery)

    Just confirming: in the TWRP page, the 12T Pro is not listed as a compatible device (https://twrp.me/Devices/Xiaomi/).
    Will the provided version of the TWRP work? I would like to avoid boot loops or even a hard brick.

    And, would Orange Fox work too? Could you point us the correct version?

    TIA.
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    Just did as instructed and it works. Only bummer is that twrp is in Chinese. I did google a youtube video and followed instructions to change language. So far all good.