Too unfortunate I already updated to android 11. Wondering how to downgrade since twrp isn't working. Got deleted after update an attempt to access twrp gets stuck on fastboot
In the XiaoMIFlash window at the bottom right you have to specify clean all, the default is clean all and lock. If you forget that you have to unlock it again. Have a good time.Also, for those stuck in fastboot, type "fastboot continue" in adb to proceed with boot.
Good for you. For me, my apps were crashing and opening the downloads folder took a few seconds every time. There were a few other bugs which i cant remember now.I am on xiaomi.eu 12.1, dirty flashed from the previous version. I am yet to see any bugs, pls can you elaborate.
After one week usage i have no problem with battery drain, but in my case i haven't problems with battery drain before.
The only bug i noticed is that sometimes old gmail and whatsapp notifications poping up again after hours. I dont use magisk or similar anymore.
adb sideload <filename.Zip>
Having some difficulties with process.
I found that the mi unlock tool didn't work and failed at 50% saying unable to verify. After much searching I realised that using the command
made the phone go into 'fastbootd mode' and not fastboot. I managed to get into fastboot and the tool said have to wait a week to unlock. After 7 days though there was an error when checking unlock status in 'Developer options', but the unlocking worked. I also managed to install TWRP attached in first post.
When I tried to format Data in the next step, I got a
None of the sideload commands worked to copy over the ROM. Not having an SD slot is quite painful. However the phone booted into the original ROM(wasn't removed, isn't it supposed to be?) and I had to re-setup the phone. This makes me think the data wasn't formatted? Anyone else had difficulties sideloading ROM or is there an alternative to flash it? I tried increasing ADB memory size, 64 bit version, multiple versions etc with no joy.