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KB971033Z29

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hey buddies

I need your help
how to get rid of this #error1
am facing this error with twrp and orange fox
help me 😭

device mi 10i
 

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Taken from Pixel Experience Installation help page, we need to disable File Based Encryption (THE FBE ERROR ON TWRP), so they suggest this step. I will try it and post update here.

NOTE: If you have installed the stable Android 11 MIUI or you have installed the stable Android 11 MIUI vendor, you won’t need to flash again.
  1. Download the correct stable Android 11 MIUI according to the version of your phone:
  2. If you are not in recovery, reboot into recovery:
    • With the device powered off, hold Volume Up + Power. Keep holding both buttons until the “MI” logo appears on the screen, then release.
  3. Sideload the .zip package:
    • On the device, select “Apply Update”, then “Apply from ADB” to begin sideload.
    • On the host machine, sideload the package using: adb sideload filename.zip.
      check
      TIP: If the process succeeds the output will stop at 47% and report adb: failed to read command: Success/No error.
  4. Return to the main menu.
  5. Now tap Factory Reset, then Format data / factory reset and continue with the formatting process. This will remove encryption and delete all files stored in the internal storage, as well as format your cache partition.
Update it worked, using pixel experience now
 
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KB971033Z29

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Taken from Pixel Experience Installation help page, we need to disable File Based Encryption (THE FBE ERROR ON TWRP), so they suggest this step. I will try it and post update here.

NOTE: If you have installed the stable Android 11 MIUI or you have installed the stable Android 11 MIUI vendor, you won’t need to flash again.
  1. Download the correct stable Android 11 MIUI according to the version of your phone:
  2. If you are not in recovery, reboot into recovery:
    • With the device powered off, hold Volume Up + Power. Keep holding both buttons until the “MI” logo appears on the screen, then release.
  3. Sideload the .zip package:
    • On the device, select “Apply Update”, then “Apply from ADB” to begin sideload.
    • On the host machine, sideload the package using: adb sideload filename.zip.
      check
      TIP: If the process succeeds the output will stop at 47% and report adb: failed to read command: Success/No error.
  4. Return to the main menu.
  5. Now tap Factory Reset, then Format data / factory reset and continue with the formatting process. This will remove encryption and delete all files stored in the internal storage, as well as format your cache partition.
Update it worked, using pixel experience now
let me try
 

zlatko63

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When you install custom rom, first you need to be the same version of andorid, which is the custom rom. At your case you need official miui rom android 11. Install it with Fastboot. Afer that twrp. When you are in twrp Go to Wipe>> Format data. type YES. After that Advance wipe. And after everything flash the custom rom
 
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    I'm not sure of why it is not working, but you can flash the original rom with Fastboot or within the recovery.

    You can download it from downmi, xiaomitoolv2, etc
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    Taken from Pixel Experience Installation help page, we need to disable File Based Encryption (THE FBE ERROR ON TWRP), so they suggest this step. I will try it and post update here.

    NOTE: If you have installed the stable Android 11 MIUI or you have installed the stable Android 11 MIUI vendor, you won’t need to flash again.
    1. Download the correct stable Android 11 MIUI according to the version of your phone:
    2. If you are not in recovery, reboot into recovery:
      • With the device powered off, hold Volume Up + Power. Keep holding both buttons until the “MI” logo appears on the screen, then release.
    3. Sideload the .zip package:
      • On the device, select “Apply Update”, then “Apply from ADB” to begin sideload.
      • On the host machine, sideload the package using: adb sideload filename.zip.
        check
        TIP: If the process succeeds the output will stop at 47% and report adb: failed to read command: Success/No error.
    4. Return to the main menu.
    5. Now tap Factory Reset, then Format data / factory reset and continue with the formatting process. This will remove encryption and delete all files stored in the internal storage, as well as format your cache partition.
    Update it worked, using pixel experience now
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    When you install custom rom, first you need to be the same version of andorid, which is the custom rom. At your case you need official miui rom android 11. Install it with Fastboot. Afer that twrp. When you are in twrp Go to Wipe>> Format data. type YES. After that Advance wipe. And after everything flash the custom rom