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[Firmware] Xiaomi Poco F1 [beryllium] [Auto updated daily!]

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Rafael-SJC

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Por favor me ajude, meu dispositivo tem um hard brick que só aceita firmware Android 8.1, se alguma rom piscar acima do que ele instala, mas no momento o logotipo Poco aparece e volta para Fastboot .... a última rom aceita é a miui 10.0 .6 Android 8.1
 

Rafael-SJC

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Please help me, my device has a hard brick that only accepts Android 8.1 firmware, if any rom flashes above that it installs but at the time the Poco logo appears and goes back to Fastboot .... the last rom accepted is the miui 10.0.6 Android 8.1
 

Barbarian king

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Please help me, my device has a hard brick that only accepts Android 8.1 firmware, if any rom flashes above that it installs but at the time the Poco logo appears and goes back to Fastboot .... the last rom accepted is the miui 10.0.6 Android 8.1
Hey, did you try flashing stock rom via fastboot? Here is the guide
Look under this - CLEAN INSTALL OFFICIAL STOCK MIUI ROM & RELOCK BOOTLOADER
If you don't want to lock bootloader just check on "Clean All"
 

Rafael-SJC

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Hey, did you try flashing stock rom via fastboot? Here is the guide
Look under this - CLEAN INSTALL OFFICIAL STOCK MIUI ROM & RELOCK BOOTLOADER
If you don't want to lock bootloader just check on "Clean All"
I tried, including the rom I mentioned that it works, I flash it through fastboot, my problem is not flash the rom but rather start the system with android above 8.1
 

Rafael-SJC

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What have you done and that happened? Are you able to flash TWRP? Have you tried flashing latest firmware in twrp?
I flash a wrong custom rom and after that I couldn't get any more flash over Android 8.1 .... I can twrp any firmare flash the problem is that at the time of starting the system it appears the POCO logo And back p fastboot, many people tried to find a solution and none yet worked
 
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I flash a wrong custom rom and after that I couldn't get any more flash over Android 8.1 .... I can twrp any firmare flash the problem is that at the time of starting the system it appears the POCO logo And back p fastboot, many people tried to find a solution and none yet worked
hmm

Let me get it right: did you try to flash a custom ROM which was not supposed to be flashed on beryllium?

However, the only software side way to fix a thing this would be flashing a fastboot ROM so it would recover things you messed up. I would try to flash the V12.0.3.0.QEJMIXM first. If it doesn't work, try the 8.8.16 which is the oldest I could find on firmware update site.

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If it don't solve your issue, then you probably hard bricked your phone and will only be solved switching the mainboard or something like that. And don't you forget: those links I shared are fastboot ROM. You need to use fastboot. Also, using the flash.bat or flash.sh script from the rom would be the best option.
 
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Rafael-SJC

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hmm

Let me get it right: did you try to flash a custom ROM which was not supposed to be flashed on beryllium?

However, the only software side way to fix a thing this would be flashing a fastboot ROM so it would recover things you messed up. I would try to flash the V12.0.3.0.QEJMIXM first. If it doesn't work, try the 8.8.16 which is the oldest I could find on firmware update site.
I flash an op6 port and it worked normal, then due to carelessness flash a mclaren release of Op7t over this Op6 on twrp, I don't remember exactly the order of how I flashed the most things I have here the files I used .... I tried to upload them all Miui roms the only ones that work are Android 8.1
 

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wblondel

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It is not related to firmware, google is using hardware attestation to check safetynet and since your bootloader is unlocked it fails ( doesn't depend if you are rooted). You can only pass safetynet by locking bootloader now or some hacks (magisk modules) which are available here https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...p-edits-and-more-v5-3-6.3789228/post-84282151.

I confirm that Revolut stopped working as soon as I installed this firmware. I used Lineage for months before without any problem.
I actually had to flash Magisk and use Props Config to get it working again.
Not really happy because I didn't want to root my phone but it's the only solution I found
 

Vinnom

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I confirm that Revolut stopped working as soon as I installed this firmware. I used Lineage for months before without any problem.
I actually had to flash Magisk and use Props Config to get it working again.
Not really happy because I didn't want to root my phone but it's the only solution I found
correlation is not equal to causation. It was just coincidence, firmware isn't the cause of it as already mentioned in the post you quoted
 
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    All Xiaomi users suffer from a single problem, Firmware update. As there are many devices with no one to provide the newest firmware update every single release. And also developers who provide updates to devices may forget or be busy sometimes, so releases are provided later. Here is my simple solution:

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    • fw_beryllium_miui_POCOF1Global_*.zip is Xiaomi Poco F1 (beryllium) Global firmware

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    [Firmware] Xiaomi Poco F1 [beryllium] [Auto updated daily!], Tool/Utility for the Xiaomi Poco F1

    Contributors
    yshalsager
    Source Code: https://github.com/XiaomiFirmwareUpdater


    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 5

    Created 2018-10-16
    Last Updated 2019-08-07
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    New MIUI Stable Firmware Release
    • Version: V11.0.8.0.QEJMIXM
    • Android: 10.0
    • Region: Global
    • Filename: fw_beryllium_miui_POCOF1Global_V11.0.8.0.QEJMIXM_146861c001_10.0.zip
    • Filesize: 91 MB
    • MD5:
      Code:
      7de2d09aae68cd0443caae80449cef38
    • Download: Here

    Note: Older releases are available Here
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    Can someone please explain what is numbers and letters mean ?

    (I think on 1, Q=10 (indicating Android 10))

    Q is android version
    EJ is poco miui code
    MI is global rom code
    XM is miui 10 and newer code
    The mix of letters and numbers after _ are the first part of md5 hash.
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    MIUI 10 8.12.20 Global/China Beta ROM Firmware

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    - The site loading issue will be fixed in two days.

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