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TM147

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I thought the problem had been fixed ...
Do I have to delete the lines in the script again or is there another solution?

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keypress

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I thought the problem had been fixed ...
Do I have to delete the lines in the script again or is there another solution?

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Sorry if I miss the point - I don't have too much experience with Android custom ROMs. But if your question is about problems with updating firmware while having the newest recovery version: here it was discussed and there was no info about fixing this problem.
 

nadastry

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Oct 16, 2012
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Could you please explain, if I get this right?

The firmware from this thread is extracted from the official Xiaomi ROM. The firmware only consists of the drivers needed for the radio, but not a complete Android OS. The firmware is taken either from a Android 11 ROM or from a Android 12 ROM, which is then listed beneath the download file. Is this correct, did I get this right?

Further:
If I want to install a Android 11 ROM (deliberately nothing newer), which firmware do I get? Should I get the latest firmware where Android 11 is mentioned or does it work with the firmware of a Android 12 ROM as well?
 

d_g_m_2000

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Jul 6, 2015
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Could you please explain, if I get this right?

The firmware from this thread is extracted from the official Xiaomi ROM. The firmware only consists of the drivers needed for the radio, but not a complete Android OS. The firmware is taken either from a Android 11 ROM or from a Android 12 ROM, which is then listed beneath the download file. Is this correct, did I get this right?

Further:
If I want to install a Android 11 ROM (deliberately nothing newer), which firmware do I get? Should I get the latest firmware where Android 11 is mentioned or does it work with the firmware of a Android 12 ROM as well?
if you plan to flash a android 11 custom rom you should get an R firmware... if you are right now in adroid 12 o 13 you could get a dead bluetooth (like i had) so i recommend to flash a stock miui android 11 rom and then flash a android 11 custom rom... but you can try whaterver you want. don't blame me if you get a brick :3
 

d_g_m_2000

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Jul 6, 2015
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Samsung Galaxy S9
Xiaomi Mi A2
1 if you plan to flash a android 11 custom rom you should get an R firmware

2 if you are right now in adroid 12 o 13 and "downgrade" to android 11 you could get a dead bluetooth (like i had)

3 so i recommend to flash a stock miui android 11 rom and then flash a android 11 custom rom

but you can try whaterver you want... don't blame me if you get a brick :3
 

TM147

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Could someone please help me work out whether I currently have an EEA or Global firmware? My current baseband version isn't on this list. Or maybe confirm that it doesn't matter which version I flash - in which case, is there an advantage to one over the other? I live in the UK.






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You are on:
13.0.4.0 (MI) = 0412_2015
if i'm right MI stands for Global. For the rest of your Question read here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/what-are-the-differences-between-global-and-eea-miui.3993619/
 
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    Could someone please help me work out whether I currently have an EEA or Global firmware? My current baseband version isn't on this list. Or maybe confirm that it doesn't matter which version I flash - in which case, is there an advantage to one over the other? I live in the UK.






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    You are on:
    13.0.4.0 (MI) = 0412_2015
    if i'm right MI stands for Global. For the rest of your Question read here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/what-are-the-differences-between-global-and-eea-miui.3993619/
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    New MIUI Stable Firmware Release
    • Version: V14.0.1.0.TJUMIXM
    • Android: 13.0
    • Region: Global
    • Filename: fw_vayu_miui_VAYUGlobal_V14.0.1.0.TJUMIXM_050c24042a_13.0.zip
    • Filesize: 108.1 MB
    • MD5:
      Code:
      e319df546444fe904337f5d68a367a80
    • Download: Here

    Note: Older releases are available Here
    1
    The link isn't working, file is not found..
    Seems there's a problem with OSDN server, I will check it soon.
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    Xiaomi custom users face a problem with firmware updates. As there are many devices with no one to provide the newest firmware update every single release, and developers who provide updates to devices may forget or be busy sometimes, so releases are provided later. Here comes Xiaomi Firmware Updater project:


    Xiaomi Firmware Updater (POCO X3 Pro)



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    Code:
    #include
    /*
    * Your warranty is now void.
    *
    * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
    * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
    * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
    * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
    * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
    */


    What is Xiaomi Firmware Updater?
    A set of various scripts that automatically generates Xiaomi firmware flashable zip files for every MIUI new update! My scripts download MIUI official ROMs, both Developer and Stable, Global, EEA, India, and China, extract firmware either from the firmware-update folder or from update payload, generate firmware flashable zip with auto-written "updater-script", and uploads them automatically to multiple servers. These scripts are completely automated, running on a Linux server every X hours.

    Notes:
    Firmware filenames for this device are in the following manner:
    • fw_vayu_miui_VAYUGlobal_*.zip is POCO X3 Pro (vayu) Global firmware.
    • fw_vayu_miui_VAYUEEAGlobal_*.zip is POCO X3 Pro (vayu) EEA Global firmware.
    • fw_vayu_miui_VAYUINGlobal_*.zip is POCO X3 Pro (vayu) India Global firmware.

    Downloads
    You can get updates always from various mirrors available on the website:

    Frequently Asked Questions:
    What is firmware? Is it a full ROM or OTA package?
    Firmware is not a ROM nor OTA Package, it's a set of low-level drivers which helps the operating system do whatever it wants to do. It includes various things like Modem, Bluetooth, Bootloader, DSP and etc.

    Why should I update the Firmware?
    Firmware is provided from Xiaomi directly, and there are no sources for it to let developers build and edit it on their own like custom ROMs, so if you want to keep your device up to date always update your firmware!

    Do I need to update the Firmware If I'm an MIUI official or a custom ROM user?
    No, MIUI ROMs contain the firmware-update package which I extract and provide here.

    What are the supported devices?
    All Snapdragon and MTK devices including China-only devices.
    Check the full devices list here

    How to update the firmware?
    1- Download the package you want to flash. IT MUST BE NAMED WITH THE SAME CODENAME OF YOUR DEVICE.
    2- Flash it using TWRP or any custom recovery. There's no need to wipe/format anything before or after the installation.

    How to check the updated firmware?
    Usually, the modem gets updated with newer firmware, you can check it in Settings > About > Baseband.

    Support or Contact:
    Having trouble with firmware files? You can open a new issue on the GitHub repository or just write here in a reply, and we’ll help you sort it out.

    Source Code:
    - GitHub
    - Main project thread

    Donations:
    A donation was never necessary, but It's making life easier for me and guarantees paying server costs. My works are free and open-source, that cost money, time, and many efforts.

    XiaomiFirmwareUpdater and MIUIUpdatesTracker scripts are automated, running on a Linux server. If you want these projects to continue and provide the best services to Xiaomi users, you can help me by donating using:
    5
    vayu/bhima: why two codenames? At least at kimovil I can only find the Global version of Poco X3 Pro in the 6/128 and 8/256 GB variant? Do those two have different codenames?
    The actual codename is vayu, it's the one that will be used for MIUI zip files and OTA updates. bhima is the codename for Indian variant of the device, that will be announced soon. It's the same codename convention as surya/karna codename for POCO X3.
    5
    New MIUI Stable Firmware Release
    • Version: V12.5.3.0.RJUEUXM
    • Android: 11.0
    • Region: EEA
    • Filename: fw_vayu_miui_VAYUEEAGlobal_V12.5.3.0.RJUEUXM_cd87d10d5f_11.0.zip
    • Filesize: 108.8 MB
    • MD5:
      Code:
      d14fd453e4b05656767a3fda8d212461
    • Download: Here

    Note: Older releases are available Here
    5
    New MIUI Stable Firmware Release
    • Version: V13.0.8.0.SJUMIXM
    • Android: 12.0
    • Region: Global
    • Filename: fw_vayu_miui_VAYUGlobal_V13.0.8.0.SJUMIXM_d1f5478f78_12.0.zip
    • Filesize: 108.1 MB
    • MD5:
      Code:
      48682341622958c472123642220f8d6c
    • Download: Here

    Note: Older releases are available Here
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    Guess we know the device's codename now :)
    Great initiative, thank you for sharing!