General MIUI 12.5.1.0 (RKBMIXM) Official Stable Global OTA ROM (Venus)

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Sorry for stupid questions... I am new in xiaomi... How can I install this on my phone? I think i have EEA. Bootloader is locked till monday. Thanks in advance
 
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Hi , sorry for the questions I'm wanting to buy the Chinese mi 11 but like to know the process to flash stock global rom

After flashing will I get ota updates ?
Will banking apps work ?
5g will work I'm in the UK and see the band supported

Thank you
 

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Sorry for stupid questions... I am new in xiaomi... How can I install this on my phone? I think i have EEA. Bootloader is locked till monday. Thanks in advance
No question is stupid if helps you out. You'll need to have the bootloader unlocked unless it says RKBMIXM in your about phone section. EEA is RKBEUXM. If you're in Europe, I would stay with the EEA ROM because it seems to work better in general. Global might offer some better cellular signal in other places but it's iffy. I haven't really seen a difference in signal after switching from EEA to Global (I'm in the U.S). If you want to install it after unlocking the bootloader, then you should wait until c.mi.com uploads it on their site since it will be in a better format for it.
Hi , sorry for the questions I'm wanting to buy the Chinese mi 11 but like to know the process to flash stock global rom

After flashing will I get ota updates ?
Will banking apps work ?
5g will work I'm in the UK and see the band supported

Thank you
Yes. You will get OTA updates. Banking apps work on mine just fine which is on global, unlocked, and has magisk. According to this, all 5G bands in the UK are supported. Widevine L1 is working on mine still after clean flashing Global.

This ROM isn't meant to flash from a different variant since it's an OTA. If you want flash the global ROM, follow these steps:

  1. Unlock bootloader with Xiaomi MiUnlock tool (you'll have to wait 168hours)
  2. Download the ROM you want from here
  3. Then follow this guide (skip step 2 in this guide since you've already downloaded the ROM you wanted)
 
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No question is stupid if helps you out. You'll need to have the bootloader unlocked unless it says RKBMIXM in your about phone section. EEA is RKBEUXM. If you're in Europe, I would stay with the EEA ROM because it seems to work better in general. Global might offer some better cellular signal in other places but it's iffy. I haven't really seen a difference in signal after switching from EEA to Global (I'm in the U.S). If you want to install it after unlocking the bootloader, then you should wait until c.mi.com uploads it on their site since it will be in a better format for it.

Yes. You will get OTA updates. Banking apps work on mine just fine which is on global, unlocked, and has magisk. According to this, all 5G bands in the UK are supported. Widevine L1 is working on mine still after clean flashing Global.

This ROM isn't meant to flash from a different variant since it's an OTA. If you want flash the global ROM, follow these steps:

  1. Unlock bootloader with Xiaomi MiUnlock tool (you'll have to wait 168hours)
  2. Download the ROM you want from here
  3. Then follow this guide (skip step 2 in this guide since you've already downloaded the ROM you wanted)
That's very clear to understand thanks for taking up the time to explain , I'll get the EEA as I'm in the UK the one thing I dont understand what is magisk ?

Thanks Again
 

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That's very clear to understand thanks for taking up the time to explain , I'll get the EEA as I'm in the UK the one thing I dont understand what is magisk ?

Thanks Again
Magisk is a systemless root method. Usually root will trip bank apps but you can hide Magisk and keep SafetyNet intact (this is what tell banking apps, etc if the device is modified or not). It's not necessary to have. I just figured you were planning on it since you asked about banking apps.
 

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Magisk is a systemless root method. Usually root will trip bank apps but you can hide Magisk and keep SafetyNet intact (this is what tell banking apps, etc if the device is modified or not). It's not necessary to have. I just figured you were planning on it since you asked about banking apps.

Would I need Magisk if flashing stock rom to have access to banking apps ? it leaves root open ? I would just prefer to the phone to act like stock and get OTA updates

Thanks
 

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8gb/128gb with Xiaomi GaN charger Type-C 55W

£514.00 and don't have to worry about custom charges 7/9 day delivery

Will flash stock EU rom
I ordered mine from GizTop, didn't have to pay any customs but it took forever to get here even when I paid for expedited. So it ended up arriving a couple days before the Pro/Ultra/11i were announced. Also came with an EU charger since that's the factory one, so I had to order a GaN charger for it. :ROFLMAO: It wasn't the best experience but now I have two black/green ported 65w GaN blocks for it and a pretty neat magnetic cable. I spend around $38 for the first one, though. The second one I snagged for a cool $15

unused ram is wasted ram
it's not like on windows or something

it's basically good if there is not too much free ram
I've honestly never really thought about ram consumption except for when it's causing slowdowns. I'll start keeping this in mind
 

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I ordered mine from GizTop, didn't have to pay any customs but it took forever to get here even when I paid for expedited. So it ended up arriving a couple days before the Pro/Ultra/11i were announced. Also came with an EU charger since that's the factory one, so I had to order a GaN charger for it. :ROFLMAO: It wasn't the best experience but now I have two black/green ported 65w GaN blocks for it and a pretty neat magnetic cable. I spend around $38 for the first one, though. The second one I snagged for a cool $15


I've honestly never really thought about ram consumption except for when it's causing slowdowns. I'll start keeping this in mind

Damn I don't think I could handle that wait , I went with Wonda Mobile and have very good reviews hopefully get it quickly can't wait to try it currently have mi 9t looking forward checking out the 120hz and wanted bigger screen
 

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Damn I don't think I could handle that wait , I went with Wonda Mobile and have very good reviews hopefully get it quickly can't wait to try it currently have mi 9t looking forward checking out the 120hz and wanted bigger screen
Yeah, kind of killed my excitement by the time it got here. Planning to get the Ultra soon too because I'm a sucker for that camera bump on the back. Hopefully it won't take so long to get here but there really isn't many good options to get it here quick at a fair price
 

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Yeah, kind of killed my excitement by the time it got here. Planning to get the Ultra soon too because I'm a sucker for that camera bump on the back. Hopefully it won't take so long to get here but there really isn't many good options to get it here quick at a fair price

I dont use camera much so not the main thing for me also like how Xiaomi give you that option and still not taking away the rest of the spec , for example look at the s21 they also take away the screen size

So preparing with the files and looking at the guide
Decompress the MIUI ROM flashing tool downloaded in Step 1, and double click on it to install

The MiFlash2020-3-14-0 doesnt install can only decompress the files can you just select XiaoMiFlash.exe in folder to open it

The Rom file from the link you provided
miui_VENUSEEAGlobal_V12.0.13.0.RKBEUXM_27c451d5b7_11.0.zip

On the guide it says
(Please check if the ROM file suffix is '.tgz'. If it is '.gz', please rename it to '.tgz')

When I decompress the zip and try selecting it in MiFlash it says Couldnt Find flash script

Can I just download venus_eea_global_images_V12.0.13.0.RKBEUXM_20210402.0000.00_11.0_eea_4c0dda6f7f.tgz

Its in the guide

Also I make sure clean all and lock isnt selected

I just want stock EU ROM I just flash once and future updates done by OTA

Thanks
 

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So preparing with the files and looking at the guide
Decompress the MIUI ROM flashing tool downloaded in Step 1, and double click on it to install

The MiFlash2020-3-14-0 doesnt install can only decompress the files can you just select XiaoMiFlash.exe in folder to open it

The Rom file from the link you provided
miui_VENUSEEAGlobal_V12.0.13.0.RKBEUXM_27c451d5b7_11.0.zip

On the guide it says
(Please check if the ROM file suffix is '.tgz'. If it is '.gz', please rename it to '.tgz')

Can I just download venus_eea_global_images_V12.0.13.0.RKBEUXM_20210402.0000.00_11.0_eea_4c0dda6f7f.tgz
Yeah, that seems to be my bad. Download the one from the flashing guide in tgz for it. I didn't think about the ones in the Rom Downloads sections being in a different format.

By the way, you might have noticed this ROM is MIUI 12 and not the 12.5. So you will have an update soon after flashing but probably not instantly. When I flashed Global, it took a little for Updater to catch up. So don't worry if it doesn't show any updates when you first try.
So preparing with the files and looking at the guide
Decompress the MIUI ROM flashing tool downloaded in Step 1, and double click on it to install

The MiFlash2020-3-14-0 doesnt install can only decompress the files can you just select XiaoMiFlash.exe in folder to open it
I'll update this section after I look on my computer for the miflash version I used. I first had a portable that didn't work (driver reading issues) so if I remember correctly, I downloaded an older one in msi format and updated. I
Itsin the guide


So it appears I downloaded two after the first portable. MiFlash 20181115 which seems to also be portable with more option and MiFlash v7.4.25 which installed on Windows. I would trying the newer first to see if it works correctly for you, then the second as a fallback. You can just click on XiaoMiFlash.exe in first one's folder.
Also I make sure clean all and lock isnt selected

I just want stock EU ROM I just flash once and future updates done by OTA

Thanks
**update** You can't have lock on if you're on a China variant and using a ROM other than the China Official! It will result in brick since it doesn't support any other rom being locked on it!
 
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Yeah, that seems to be my bad. Download the one from the flashing guide in tgz for it. I didn't think about the ones in the Rom Downloads sections being in a different format.

By the way, you might have noticed this ROM is MIUI 12 and not the 12.5. So you will have an update soon after flashing but probably not instantly. When I flashed Global, it took a little for Updater to catch up. So don't worry if it doesn't show any updates when you first try.

I'll update this section after I look on my computer for the miflash version I used. I first had a portable that didn't work (driver reading issues) so if I remember correctly, I downloaded an older one in msi format and updated. I
Itsin the guide

Yes you can keep it on "Clean all and lock." It will lock the bootloader back after flashing. It also gives you an error at the end if you just have "clean all" selected (something like lock script not initialized or something) which isn't something to be concerned about. It's also possible to wait and lock it with "fastboot oem lock" command, instead.
No problem I don't mind not having latest update right away I can just wait for OTA just like I would if bought EU version

I was watching YouTube step by step on flashing and he mentioned not to select Clean all and lock it will brick the phone ?

Does it matter if I leave it open it won't effect banking apps ?

Thanks
 

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    I manually installed latest netflix apk seems to load fine will get my friend to log in later to see if it plays stuff , when I try to search it on google play it doesnt come up ? is this same issue with eu/global bought phones ?

    Dont really have much issues Bank apps work fine still dont understand about 5G it was working with my provider with chinese rom and area has very good 5G coverage highest I got is 4G+

    what makes me more confused all UK networks use the same 5G band and I tested two other networks and 5G works fine , maybe the network disabled 5G on my account ? My cousin has an mi10 which was bought from UK I will test my sim on that

    Im not too interested trying custom recovery maybe later , the xiaomi.eu rom with twrp out does that get OTA updates now ?

    I have attached screenshot of safetyNet

    Thanks for all the help
    Yeah, it seems like it's an carrier issue if it is just the one carrier and they use the same bands. Maybe an APN setting or they could be blocking it on their end. You will need to contact them about it since it's a band that works on it with other carriers.

    Ah, I see that SafetyNet is indeed failing on your device via CTS Profile. So let's fix this with Magisk since it has to be a unlocked bootloader issue.

    Installing Magisk:
    Method 1: (with fastboot and firmware)
    **Make sure you have the firmware for the exact firmware your on (i.e. MIUI 12.0.13 have MIUI 12.0.13, MIUI 12.5.1.0 have 12.5.1.0 -- and with the same regional rom identifier)**
    1. Extract firmware zip and copy the boot.img onto your phone's storage
      • adb push [drag the boot.img into terminal here] /sdcard
    2. Install Magisk APK
      • adb install [drag downloaded Magisk APK here]
    3. Open Magisk on phone, click install, then click "Select and Patch a File"
      • Select the boot.img pushed in step 1 then "Let's Go"
    4. It should patch the boot.img and give you a link to the patched one
      • adb pull /sdcard/download/magisk_patched-23000_xxxxx.img [location on computer you want it]
    5. Type "adb reboot bootloader"
    6. Type "fastboot boot [pull patched boot.img for location you picked in step 4]"
      • Enter. (Phone should now boot)
    7. If things go correctly, you should now have a temporary root. Go to Magisk>Install>Direct Install>Let's Go
      • If it happens to bootloop, you can just hold down the power and volume buttons and let it restart. It will use the original unaltered boot.
    8. Now you have it permanently installed
    Method 2: (TWRP and Magisk.zip)(No custom recovery install)
    1. Download TWRP for Mi 11 and Magisk zip (from the Magisk APK)
      • Should have the option in Magisk App>Install to download the zip (leave zip in phone storage)
    2. Type "adb reboot bootloader"
    3. Type "fastboot boot [drag TWRP.img from step 1 here]" and Enter
      • This won't install it since it's the fastboot boot command
    4. It should boot into TWRP
      • If it asks for a password, it's your pinlock for your phone. If pin doesn't work, restart the phone and turn screen lock off (this is a bug in TWRP)
    5. Accept the allow TWRP to modify device, etc stuff
    6. Click the "install" option then find the Magisk.zip that was downloaded and flash it.
      • **MAKE SURE TO UNCHECK ANYTHING ASKING YOU TO INSTALL TWRP! Check Advanced Tab and Settings Tab and after choosing to reboot, make sure not to accept install TWRP if it asks! **
    7. If successful Magisk should be install. You can reboot the phone now.
    Magisk Setup/Fixing SafetyNet:
    1. Go to Magisk>Settings (Gear icon)
    2. Hide the Magisk Manager package and Enable MagiskHide then back out of settings
    3. Click on Shield Icon>MagiskHide
    4. Click the box for all Google apps, banking apps, streaming services, and any app that you think won't get along with knowing you have root
    5. Download Universal SafetyNet Fix from @kdrag0n
    6. Click on the Puzzle piece at the bottom of Magisk Manager's home page
    7. Search for "MagiskHide Props Config" and the download icon/install
      • Don't reboot. Go back to the Puzzle piece page.
    8. Click on "Install from storage" at the top of this tab and install the Universal SafetyNet Fix zip we downloaded.
    9. Reboot
    10. Check SafetyNet, it should pass now. Cheers
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    Thanks will try to get my head around it not so much issue for me right now I dont use google pay myself and the Banking apps are working

    Im more worried when time comes to pass the phone on will have to factory reset and the fixes will need to be done or otherwise they will come across the issues

    does the Xiaomi.eu rom come with safetynet already passing because I watched youtube of flashing process and the safetynet passed I rather get that but it a the moment cant run OTA updates within phone ?

    Also my phone network didnt have 5G active on my account thats why it didnt work

    Thanks for all your help
    Yes. xiaomi.eu cannot get ota updates with the official recovery. However, you can install it and update it without installing a custom recovery. All you need to do is "fastboot boot" the twrp.img and install the rom that way. I used to do it on my Pixel for every update because TWRP would write over Magisk. SafetyNet on it passes (without root) since they develop that feature into it. It also has a lot more features than any of the official roms and updates faster than any of the Global (non-China) roms. If I remember correctly, it can get OTAs via TWRP if you were to install it as the recovery.
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    I was reading up and you are correct it can be updated by OTA via TWRP without using computer just need to manually select the zip hopefully it will be automated soon not so much issue for me but thinking at some point I will most likely pass the phone onto family member who is less technically minded and can keep the phone updated

    xiaomi.eu seems the one to get like you said gets updates often and features and fixes pre applied , I will probably flash it in next few weeks dont feel like going through the setting up again so soon

    If I install trwp with xiaomi.eu and than the auto update command gets added ? I wont need to format data just would need to update TRWP ?

    Also 1 issue I have noticed the rotation of the screen stops working every 1-2 days restarting it gets it working again hope its just software issue and not hardware
    The TWRP that is currently released for Mi 11 is still in infancy and not an official twrp build. So development with it has really just started. Xiaomi.eu has started releasing roms for Venus in TWRP format (previously fastboot) so auto-updates should work soon enough with it.

    Stable builds to stable builds, weekly to weekly would work just like OTAs so no data wipe. It would just update in TWRP instead of Xiaomi's recovery. You will need to reset the phone when going to xiaomi.eu from another rom or if you switch from stable to weekly (beta builds), vice versa.

    I'm actually going to install MIUIMix weekly on mine, which is based on Xiaomi.eu rom with some extras. It seems that they have their own recovery. So I'll let you know if it would be more ideal. It's still really early in builds for Venus, though. Only weekly, no stables that I could find.

    I'm not sure on the rotation problems. I always have rotation off. Only apps that rotate by default are the ones I use rotated such as games, YouTube, etc
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    I think I will hold off for now till the recovery and automated OTA matures
    So MMX and TWRP didn't work well for me so I'm on Xiaomi.EU stable currently. Everything's working well on it. An amendment to what I said earlier, the recovery MIUIMIX had was just the TWRP Xiaomi.EU had, so not worth the extra effort. I heard the battery life is around 2 hours or so better on full charge but I have tried it for myself yet.
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    that sounds straight forward maybe tomorrow I will flash Xiaomi.eu stable via fast boot,

    Also when Xiaomi.eu stable TWRP is avaliable I wont need to flash the ROM again and delete everything ? I just would need to install TWRP and get the OTA and install it via TWRP and it will just update the ROM without deleting data ?

    At the moment my phone is fine with stock EU bank apps work, I dont use Gpay so doesnt effect me only issue I come across is sometimes maybe every 1-2 days the automatic rotation stops working I have to restart phone to work again I mostly use it when watching YouTube maybe Xiaomi.eu ROM will fix it

    but looking long term I think Xiaomi.eu is the one to go for it has good long term support and has pre applied fixes and gets new features and at some point should do OTA updates fully automated

    Thanks
    Yeah, no wipe with any of the Stable updates. Just "Install" in TWRP. Only the initial install needs data wipe. After that, they're the same as OTAs

    Yeah, very solid ROM and frequent support/updates.
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    I manually installed latest netflix apk seems to load fine will get my friend to log in later to see if it plays stuff , when I try to search it on google play it doesnt come up ? is this same issue with eu/global bought phones ?

    Dont really have much issues Bank apps work fine still dont understand about 5G it was working with my provider with chinese rom and area has very good 5G coverage highest I got is 4G+

    what makes me more confused all UK networks use the same 5G band and I tested two other networks and 5G works fine , maybe the network disabled 5G on my account ? My cousin has an mi10 which was bought from UK I will test my sim on that

    Im not too interested trying custom recovery maybe later , the xiaomi.eu rom with twrp out does that get OTA updates now ?

    I have attached screenshot of safetyNet

    Thanks for all the help
    Yeah, it seems like it's an carrier issue if it is just the one carrier and they use the same bands. Maybe an APN setting or they could be blocking it on their end. You will need to contact them about it since it's a band that works on it with other carriers.

    Ah, I see that SafetyNet is indeed failing on your device via CTS Profile. So let's fix this with Magisk since it has to be a unlocked bootloader issue.

    Installing Magisk:
    Method 1: (with fastboot and firmware)
    **Make sure you have the firmware for the exact firmware your on (i.e. MIUI 12.0.13 have MIUI 12.0.13, MIUI 12.5.1.0 have 12.5.1.0 -- and with the same regional rom identifier)**
    1. Extract firmware zip and copy the boot.img onto your phone's storage
      • adb push [drag the boot.img into terminal here] /sdcard
    2. Install Magisk APK
      • adb install [drag downloaded Magisk APK here]
    3. Open Magisk on phone, click install, then click "Select and Patch a File"
      • Select the boot.img pushed in step 1 then "Let's Go"
    4. It should patch the boot.img and give you a link to the patched one
      • adb pull /sdcard/download/magisk_patched-23000_xxxxx.img [location on computer you want it]
    5. Type "adb reboot bootloader"
    6. Type "fastboot boot [pull patched boot.img for location you picked in step 4]"
      • Enter. (Phone should now boot)
    7. If things go correctly, you should now have a temporary root. Go to Magisk>Install>Direct Install>Let's Go
      • If it happens to bootloop, you can just hold down the power and volume buttons and let it restart. It will use the original unaltered boot.
    8. Now you have it permanently installed
    Method 2: (TWRP and Magisk.zip)(No custom recovery install)
    1. Download TWRP for Mi 11 and Magisk zip (from the Magisk APK)
      • Should have the option in Magisk App>Install to download the zip (leave zip in phone storage)
    2. Type "adb reboot bootloader"
    3. Type "fastboot boot [drag TWRP.img from step 1 here]" and Enter
      • This won't install it since it's the fastboot boot command
    4. It should boot into TWRP
      • If it asks for a password, it's your pinlock for your phone. If pin doesn't work, restart the phone and turn screen lock off (this is a bug in TWRP)
    5. Accept the allow TWRP to modify device, etc stuff
    6. Click the "install" option then find the Magisk.zip that was downloaded and flash it.
      • **MAKE SURE TO UNCHECK ANYTHING ASKING YOU TO INSTALL TWRP! Check Advanced Tab and Settings Tab and after choosing to reboot, make sure not to accept install TWRP if it asks! **
    7. If successful Magisk should be install. You can reboot the phone now.
    Magisk Setup/Fixing SafetyNet:
    1. Go to Magisk>Settings (Gear icon)
    2. Hide the Magisk Manager package and Enable MagiskHide then back out of settings
    3. Click on Shield Icon>MagiskHide
    4. Click the box for all Google apps, banking apps, streaming services, and any app that you think won't get along with knowing you have root
    5. Download Universal SafetyNet Fix from @kdrag0n
    6. Click on the Puzzle piece at the bottom of Magisk Manager's home page
    7. Search for "MagiskHide Props Config" and the download icon/install
      • Don't reboot. Go back to the Puzzle piece page.
    8. Click on "Install from storage" at the top of this tab and install the Universal SafetyNet Fix zip we downloaded.
    9. Reboot
    10. Check SafetyNet, it should pass now. Cheers
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    This is the stable, official OTA Global Rom for Xiaomi Mi 11 (Venus) released today. Enjoy.

    MIUI v12.5.1.0 (RKBMIXM) Global Rom


    Check my other post for extracted boot.img for it.
    boot.img extract v12.5.1.0 (RKBMIXM)
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    Sorry for stupid questions... I am new in xiaomi... How can I install this on my phone? I think i have EEA. Bootloader is locked till monday. Thanks in advance
    No question is stupid if helps you out. You'll need to have the bootloader unlocked unless it says RKBMIXM in your about phone section. EEA is RKBEUXM. If you're in Europe, I would stay with the EEA ROM because it seems to work better in general. Global might offer some better cellular signal in other places but it's iffy. I haven't really seen a difference in signal after switching from EEA to Global (I'm in the U.S). If you want to install it after unlocking the bootloader, then you should wait until c.mi.com uploads it on their site since it will be in a better format for it.
    Hi , sorry for the questions I'm wanting to buy the Chinese mi 11 but like to know the process to flash stock global rom

    After flashing will I get ota updates ?
    Will banking apps work ?
    5g will work I'm in the UK and see the band supported

    Thank you
    Yes. You will get OTA updates. Banking apps work on mine just fine which is on global, unlocked, and has magisk. According to this, all 5G bands in the UK are supported. Widevine L1 is working on mine still after clean flashing Global.

    This ROM isn't meant to flash from a different variant since it's an OTA. If you want flash the global ROM, follow these steps:

    1. Unlock bootloader with Xiaomi MiUnlock tool (you'll have to wait 168hours)
    2. Download the ROM you want from here
    3. Then follow this guide (skip step 2 in this guide since you've already downloaded the ROM you wanted)
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    Would I need Magisk if flashing stock rom to have access to banking apps ? it leaves root open ? I would just prefer to the phone to act like stock and get OTA updates

    Thanks
    No. You don't need it at all. Just an unlocked bootloader and the rom you're flashing is all.
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    that sounds straight forward maybe tomorrow I will flash Xiaomi.eu stable via fast boot,

    Also when Xiaomi.eu stable TWRP is avaliable I wont need to flash the ROM again and delete everything ? I just would need to install TWRP and get the OTA and install it via TWRP and it will just update the ROM without deleting data ?

    At the moment my phone is fine with stock EU bank apps work, I dont use Gpay so doesnt effect me only issue I come across is sometimes maybe every 1-2 days the automatic rotation stops working I have to restart phone to work again I mostly use it when watching YouTube maybe Xiaomi.eu ROM will fix it

    but looking long term I think Xiaomi.eu is the one to go for it has good long term support and has pre applied fixes and gets new features and at some point should do OTA updates fully automated

    Thanks
    Yeah, no wipe with any of the Stable updates. Just "Install" in TWRP. Only the initial install needs data wipe. After that, they're the same as OTAs

    Yeah, very solid ROM and frequent support/updates.