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Question Mi 11 EEA Stable V12.5.5.0 RKBEUXM

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Just got update.. Not sure why is this called enhanced..

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So•Sweet

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Just updated with your guide. No issues !

One thing to note for the benefit of others: when you reboot for the first time after update and magisk install, the booting time can last a few minutes. You will see the MI logo and 3 dots with running lights at the bottom during this process. Normal.

Also if you have AFWall+ and / or ad blockers like Adaway setup to block your phone from accessing Xiaomi servers, this method will fail because it tries to verify the .zip file by connecting to Xiaomi. So you have to turn off these protections. This to me is actually a little less than ideal, so maybe next time I will see if I can install via fastboot / recovery or something like that.

Of course if this is not a concern, then the guide is still an easy and straightforward way of updating your MIUI. Thanks again to Pho3nX 👍
I'm using adaway with root and my rom was ota as well
 

forgotten_jp

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I still hope its the enhanced edition update which i got, even its not mentioned in the changelog...and i see thst many people dont have it also.
I got the update in Chile (mi 11 global) and it didn't say enhanced anywhere...I read somewhere that changing language to English it would appear on the log and it worked.

The new battery modes didn't appear immediately...I deleted cache and data on 2 apps: battery and security, idk it was that or if was a matter of time.
 

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    Memory extension is probably just a type of swap memory, and since storage flash memory is slower than RAM, when it is in use you can expect lags.

    Yes it can be usefull on a device with 3/4 GB but cleary not on a Mi 11 with 8 GB
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    Hello.
    I have even seen, that the 12.5.5.0 Update is available via the Mi Community Rom Downloads Page.

    The Fastboot and the Recovery Update is available.

    Even is the 12.5.7.0 for the global version available.

    Here is the Changelog:

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    Even i seen that the Memory Extension could be acticate

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    And the Boot Logo has been Changed like on the Chinese Rom.
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    Just installing it 😁

    Edit: can confirm that memory extension is turned on by default, i turned it off and it required a restart.
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    What is your actual ROM / Branch, if it's an official update on the same branch (EEA) RKEUXM > RKEUXM or (Global International) RKMIXM > RKMIXM etc... You can just follow my guide with Screenshots here

    Thanks so much. Mine is RKBEUXM (EEA). When I bought the phone it was on Global. First thing I did was bootloader unlock then wiped and flashed and debloated before I started using my phone.

    Will give your guide a try ! Thanks again.
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    Thanks so much. Mine is RKBEUXM (EEA). When I bought the phone it was on Global. First thing I did was bootloader unlock then wiped and flashed and debloated before I started using my phone.

    Will give your guide a try ! Thanks again.

    Yes, so enjoy OTA Root :D