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

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pfavayi

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Can someone please explain what is numbers and letters mean ?

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

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yshalsager

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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.
 

virajjjj

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Jul 31, 2011
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Hi people,

I just unlocked my bootloader, installed latest TWRP, also added Magicsk module. I am on 11.0.8. I was confused whether i needed to flash vendor firmware first, or should i go along with the instructions provided in the first post. Sorry to ask this, this is my long time trying to flash OS. So little bit of help is appreciated.
 

pfavayi

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May 18, 2017
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Hi people,

I just unlocked my bootloader, installed latest TWRP, also added Magicsk module. I am on 11.0.8. I was confused whether i needed to flash vendor firmware first, or should i go along with the instructions provided in the first post. Sorry to ask this, this is my long time trying to flash OS. So little bit of help is appreciated.

Vender and firmware on your custom ROM should work just fine.

New stable firmware should always be installed. it improves your phone.
You can try new stable vender. If it works it'll improve your phone. but sometimes it will not be compatible with your custom ROM.
 

Ujjayan

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Jul 27, 2016
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Moto E3
New MIUI Stable Firmware Release
  • Version: V12.0.2.0.QEJMIXM
  • Android: 10.0
  • Region: Global
  • Filename: fw_beryllium_miui_POCOF1Global_V12.0.2.0.QEJMIXM_ce099a7067_10.0.zip
  • Filesize: 93 MB
  • MD5:
    Code:
    522efe8fc991e7dd6ef86d051912aeb9
  • Download: Here

Note: Older releases are available Here

I flashed miui 11.0.9 vendor global on my poco f1 (India) ...and after that every now and then there are stutters and jitters in the roms...the past builds which i ran very smoothly...i even clean flashed and relocked bootloader by flashing miui 12...and even miui 11.0.9...via fastboot..but in miui and even flashing custom roms which i used to run smooth as butter..but now evey rom has some jitters and stutters..i tried flashing newer vendor...new miui via recovery also... but it's same everywhere...please help how to go back to normal...

Edit : i Don't also use any app backup or data backup tool..thanks in advance
 

trax7

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May 15, 2012
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New MIUI Stable Firmware Release
Version: V12.0.2.0.QEJMIXM
Android: 10.0
Region: Global
Filename: fw_beryllium_miui_POCOF1Global_V12.0.2.0.QEJMIXM_ce099a7067_10.0.zip
Filesize: 93 MB
MD5:

I flashed miui 11.0.9 vendor global on my poco f1 (India) ...and after that every now and then there are stutters and jitters in the roms...the past builds which i ran very smoothly...i even clean flashed and relocked bootloader by flashing miui 12...and even miui 11.0.9...via fastboot..but in miui and even flashing custom roms which i used to run smooth as butter..but now evey rom has some jitters and stutters..i tried flashing newer vendor...new miui via recovery also... but it's same everywhere...please help how to go back to normal...

Edit : i Don't also use any app backup or data backup tool..thanks in advance
Vendor version shouldn't matter much in that regard. Smoothness is relative to the apps you have and the ROM ur using. In general, new MIUI is less smooth, just from experience. Smoothest ROMs for me are Android 10-based custom ROMs. :)
 

wblondel

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Mar 27, 2019
3
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Buchelay
New MIUI Stable Firmware Release

  • Version: V12.0.3.0.QEJMIXM
  • Android: 10.0
  • Region: Global
  • Filename: fw_beryllium_miui_POCOF1Global_V12.0.3.0.QEJMIXM_cf3fccffce_10.0.zip
  • Filesize: 97.9 MB
  • MD5:
    Code:
    322dcfc64c03718988e0b4fd12c6ecba
  • Download: Here

Note: Older releases are available Here

Thank you very much for your updates!
I am on Lineage OS 17.1, and for some reason, since I flashed this firmware, I can't use Revolut anymore because my "phone is rooted", but it is not! I don't even have Magisk installed... so weird
 

Barbarian king

Senior Member
Jun 21, 2017
173
136
Xiaomi Poco F1
Thank you very much for your updates!
I am on Lineage OS 17.1, and for some reason, since I flashed this firmware, I can't use Revolut anymore because my "phone is rooted", but it is not! I don't even have Magisk installed... so weird
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.
 

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

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    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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