Question How did you brick / bootloop your chinese/global version Mi11 Ultra ? [POLL]

How did you brick / bootloop your Mi11 Ultra?

  • Flashing ROM with MiFlash tool

    Votes: 2 18.2%
  • Flashing ROM with script from ROM package (official way)

    Votes: 4 36.4%
  • Flashing Global ROM with MiFlash

    Votes: 2 18.2%
  • Downgrading from Global/ to orginal China ROM using MiFlash

    Votes: 1 9.1%
  • Other way - please provide details in thread.

    Votes: 2 18.2%

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Senior Member
Dec 31, 2013
LeEco Le1 Pro
OnePlus 5
All went fine from CN 12.5.2 -> EU 12.5.4, but then I tried to dirty flash weekly above stable and I faced bootloops to recovery... Fortunately, I finally managed to get it boot again without EDL
So if you want to change eu branch, format data to avoid bootloops :)
I had the bootloop, my computer couldn't see the phone is in fastboot mode and I flashed twrp recovery with a chinese program that has been published on this website. On twrp, I changed usb slot from B to A then eu rom flash with one line command worked fine as explained on EU rom thread.


Senior Member
Aug 24, 2013
Well, I read on that usually going from stable to weekly is okay, but not going from weekly to stable as it is considered as a downgrade. I wanted to try :) Anyway, it's a good reminder to format data
I have tried to dirty flash in both directions and resulted in stuck in fastboot and lost the data each time

Ensure you have a backup ready if you Try any dirty flash is a good idea