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illuzn

Senior Member
Feb 13, 2007
89
1
@AndroPlus Thanks for the Android Auto patch - this was so useful.

Any idea how to activate Screen2Auto or AA Stream (or any other custom Android auto apps)? Using AA AIO Tweaker doesn't seem to enable them using this method.
 

invensmaster

Senior Member
Aug 26, 2007
103
15
Oppo Find 5
OnePlus One
@AndroPlus Thanks for the Android Auto patch - this was so useful.

Any idea how to activate Screen2Auto or AA Stream (or any other custom Android auto apps)? Using AA AIO Tweaker doesn't seem to enable them using this method.
I am sure this is not gonna be of much help to you so I apologize I am just adding to your findings maybe some one can help both of us. So I have the same issue as you do. AA stream and S2A does not show up on Android auto in the car. Only AA mirror shows in the car and when I click it it says not ready. Also I have Fermata Control shows in the car but not Fermata Auto. Though Fermata Auto was updated to 1.9 still does not show in the car. I tried resetting and reinstalling all over but that didn't help. The patcher didnt help also. Hope some one can help us.
 

invensmaster

Senior Member
Aug 26, 2007
103
15
Oppo Find 5
OnePlus One
@AndroPlus Thanks for the Android Auto patch - this was so useful.

Any idea how to activate Screen2Auto or AA Stream (or any other custom Android auto apps)? Using AA AIO Tweaker doesn't seem to enable them using this method.
ok so i found the solution (its not me credits go to
AndreyPavlenko on Gituhub Fermatta forum) i will post the link.
AndreyPavlenko
So that LSPosed zygisk module fixed all my issues with apps not working under android auto in the car. Now AAM works Fermata works and bunch of other apps were not working. No need for aa patcher with this module.
Again Credits goes to AndreyPavlenko
 

illuzn

Senior Member
Feb 13, 2007
89
1
ok so i found the solution (its not me credits go to
AndreyPavlenko on Gituhub Fermatta forum) i will post the link.
AndreyPavlenko

So that LSPosed zygisk module fixed all my issues with apps not working under android auto in the car. Now AAM works Fermata works and bunch of other apps were not working. No need for aa patcher with this module.
Again Credits goes to AndreyPavlenko
Did you use any special method to install AAM? Fermata auto and fermata control now shows up but still no AAM for me (or AAM plus) and neither does any other custom aa apps.
 

Dfis

Senior Member
Sep 21, 2022
135
6
I decided to create a module sharing thread here.

If Magisk is enabled, all modules will continue to work after the OTA update. (use "Install to Inactive Slot" method)
If Magisk is disabled, the module also loses its effectiveness.

Add official translations from Global ROM​

Since MIUI China ROM doesn't have translations other than English or China-related languages, I created Magisk module to add more languages.
I extracted official translations from MIUI Global ROM.

If there's no official translations, it will be showed in English (like search bar and some options only for China ROM).

This module also enables Google Location History & Nearby Share.

Global ROM Flag Patch​


This Magisk module changes ROM flag to Global.
You can't change region, but some settings and VoLTE icons will become Global version.
Please note Global version has less features than China version, so you can't see some settings like enhanced keyboard.

This module doesn't contain translations.

You can install both translation patch and flag patch.

Please note this module can cause bootloops!

--- If you want to use flag patch with MIUI optimization turned off (optional) ---
Please note if you disabled MIUI optimization, you'll get duplicate Package Installer (MIUI and AOSP) and it will cause bootloop.
Please don't disable MIUI optimization before installing this module, and disable one of the Package Installer to prevent bootloop.

So for installing flag patch module, you need to do:
1. Install above translation patch and reboot
2. Enable MIUI optimization and reboot
3. Install lite module and reboot
4. Disable MIUI optimization
5. Two "Package Installer" app will be available so disable one of them (I recommend non-Xiaomi logo one)
6. Reboot
-------------

If bootloop happens, run this:
adb wait-for-device shell su -c "touch /data/adb/modules/xiaomi-miui-conv-lite/disable;reboot"

Enable Android Auto​


Here's the guide for enabling Android Auto.
You have to uninstall Android Auto first, then install Magisk module, and set permissions in AOSP settings (use "MIUI Hidden Settings" or something)

Enable Google Assistant and hide dialog of Google Photo​


You can activate Google Assistant with this Magisk module.
It also systemize Google Photo app so that you don't need to press Allow when you edit photos/videos.

If my modules are helpful, I appreciate your donation.
Donate via PayPal
Donate via GitHub Sponsors

Thanks!
 

invensmaster

Senior Member
Aug 26, 2007
103
15
Oppo Find 5
OnePlus One
Did you use any special method to install AAM? Fermata auto and fermata control now shows up but still no AAM for me (or AAM plus) and neither does any other custom aa apps.
Well honestly I don't remember how I installed them coz I have been doing lots of things and trying before i found the fix. I always use AAAD AAEase or King installer so for sure one of those. Or for Fermata you can use the GitHub link it's in
 

annimali

New member
Dec 8, 2022
1
0
Has anyone connected there Galaxy watch to the phone yet? after rooting?

Please advise!
 

illuzn

Senior Member
Feb 13, 2007
89
1
Did you use any special method to install AAM? Fermata auto and fermata control now shows up but still no AAM for me (or AAM plus) and neither does any other custom aa apps.
Just a quick update in case anyone finds this. After a day, somehow the Android Auto app suddenly shows s2a. I didn't do anything to change it. I did notice Google pay changed to wallet in this time so maybe some google services updated in the background.
 

Dfis

Senior Member
Sep 21, 2022
135
6
I decided to create a module sharing thread here.

If Magisk is enabled, all modules will continue to work after the OTA update. (use "Install to Inactive Slot" method)
If Magisk is disabled, the module also loses its effectiveness.

Add official translations from Global ROM​

Since MIUI China ROM doesn't have translations other than English or China-related languages, I created Magisk module to add more languages.
I extracted official translations from MIUI Global ROM.

If there's no official translations, it will be showed in English (like search bar and some options only for China ROM).

This module also enables Google Location History & Nearby Share.

Global ROM Flag Patch​


This Magisk module changes ROM flag to Global.
You can't change region, but some settings and VoLTE icons will become Global version.
Please note Global version has less features than China version, so you can't see some settings like enhanced keyboard.

This module doesn't contain translations.

You can install both translation patch and flag patch.

Please note this module can cause bootloops!

--- If you want to use flag patch with MIUI optimization turned off (optional) ---
Please note if you disabled MIUI optimization, you'll get duplicate Package Installer (MIUI and AOSP) and it will cause bootloop.
Please don't disable MIUI optimization before installing this module, and disable one of the Package Installer to prevent bootloop.

So for installing flag patch module, you need to do:
1. Install above translation patch and reboot
2. Enable MIUI optimization and reboot
3. Install lite module and reboot
4. Disable MIUI optimization
5. Two "Package Installer" app will be available so disable one of them (I recommend non-Xiaomi logo one)
6. Reboot
-------------

If bootloop happens, run this:
adb wait-for-device shell su -c "touch /data/adb/modules/xiaomi-miui-conv-lite/disable;reboot"

Enable Android Auto​


Here's the guide for enabling Android Auto.
You have to uninstall Android Auto first, then install Magisk module, and set permissions in AOSP settings (use "MIUI Hidden Settings" or something)

Enable Google Assistant and hide dialog of Google Photo​


You can activate Google Assistant with this Magisk module.
It also systemize Google Photo app so that you don't need to press Allow when you edit photos/videos.

If my modules are helpful, I appreciate your donation.
Donate via PayPal
Donate via GitHub Sponsors
Again, thanks a lot for the guide and hard work!
GetApps store keeps notify me for system/user app updates and it doesn't peform it. When clicking on the upgrade button, it spins for a sec and stopped.
Any ideas?
 

Dfis

Senior Member
Sep 21, 2022
135
6
I decided to create a module sharing thread here.

If Magisk is enabled, all modules will continue to work after the OTA update. (use "Install to Inactive Slot" method)
If Magisk is disabled, the module also loses its effectiveness.

Add official translations from Global ROM​

Since MIUI China ROM doesn't have translations other than English or China-related languages, I created Magisk module to add more languages.
I extracted official translations from MIUI Global ROM.

If there's no official translations, it will be showed in English (like search bar and some options only for China ROM).

This module also enables Google Location History & Nearby Share.

Global ROM Flag Patch​


This Magisk module changes ROM flag to Global.
You can't change region, but some settings and VoLTE icons will become Global version.
Please note Global version has less features than China version, so you can't see some settings like enhanced keyboard.

This module doesn't contain translations.

You can install both translation patch and flag patch.

Please note this module can cause bootloops!

--- If you want to use flag patch with MIUI optimization turned off (optional) ---
Please note if you disabled MIUI optimization, you'll get duplicate Package Installer (MIUI and AOSP) and it will cause bootloop.
Please don't disable MIUI optimization before installing this module, and disable one of the Package Installer to prevent bootloop.

So for installing flag patch module, you need to do:
1. Install above translation patch and reboot
2. Enable MIUI optimization and reboot
3. Install lite module and reboot
4. Disable MIUI optimization
5. Two "Package Installer" app will be available so disable one of them (I recommend non-Xiaomi logo one)
6. Reboot
-------------

If bootloop happens, run this:
adb wait-for-device shell su -c "touch /data/adb/modules/xiaomi-miui-conv-lite/disable;reboot"

Enable Android Auto​


Here's the guide for enabling Android Auto.
You have to uninstall Android Auto first, then install Magisk module, and set permissions in AOSP settings (use "MIUI Hidden Settings" or something)

Enable Google Assistant and hide dialog of Google Photo​


You can activate Google Assistant with this Magisk module.
It also systemize Google Photo app so that you don't need to press Allow when you edit photos/videos.

If my modules are helpful, I appreciate your donation.
Donate via PayPal
Donate via GitHub Sponsors
Can we use ("Install to Inactive Slot" method) to upgrade to MIUI 14?
 

OrionBG

Senior Member
Hey guys,

I finally got my Fold 2 just in time for Christmas and after waiting a week for the bootloader unlock I finally began setting it up. I installed Magisk, put the Language and Global flag modules, disabled MIUI Optimisations, and so on...
I do have a couple of issues though.

1. The MI GetApps store will not update any of the Xiaomi apps. It will not download anything. Just say connecting for a sec and then goes back "update" (for the installed apps or "Install" for the rest) Play store is working properly.
2. Lloyds Banking app is complaining about a rooted device and not allowing me to login. (hid Magisk, added the app to the deny list, installed adaway as suggested in one thread) nothing helps.
3. Another UK app called "Power Rewards" will not start at all (no error messages) Same app works fine on my previous phone (also running Android 12)

Any ideas?
Thanks!
 

invensmaster

Senior Member
Aug 26, 2007
103
15
Oppo Find 5
OnePlus One
Hey guys,

I finally got my Fold 2 just in time for Christmas and after waiting a week for the bootloader unlock I finally began setting it up. I installed Magisk, put the Language and Global flag modules, disabled MIUI Optimisations, and so on...
I do have a couple of issues though.

1. The MI GetApps store will not update any of the Xiaomi apps. It will not download anything. Just say connecting for a sec and then goes back "update" (for the installed apps or "Install" for the rest) Play store is working properly.
2. Lloyds Banking app is complaining about a rooted device and not allowing me to login. (hid Magisk, added the app to the deny list, installed adaway as suggested in one thread) nothing helps.
3. Another UK app called "Power Rewards" will not start at all (no error messages) Same app works fine on my previous phone (also running Android 12)

Any ideas?
Thanks!
Not sure if this will help. U did not mention anything about Zygisk. I had the same issue with my Banks app but when i enabled zygisk and enforce deny list also make sure in the deny list all is ticked under each app inside the denylist. All worked for me after doing that. Also sometimes u have to clear data in the apps that are not working. Hope this help u.
 

OrionBG

Senior Member
Not sure if this will help. U did not mention anything about Zygisk. I had the same issue with my Banks app but when i enabled zygisk and enforce deny list also make sure in the deny list all is ticked under each app inside the denylist. All worked for me after doing that. Also sometimes u have to clear data in the apps that are not working. Hope this help u.
Thanks but I have already done all of this and Lloyds app is still detecting root. (it also detects the unlocked bootloader even without the root part installed at all with a completely stock China ROM)
 

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  • 1
    Have you tried the cn2global 13 on miui 12? If so did u get boot loop? i am on miui 12 fold 2 AA works fine just some hickups every now and then with some apps under AA thought maybe cn2global will fix those issues. Though i am not ready for boot loops. Thanks in advance for your reply
    It wasn’t the cn2global module that caused my boot loop, it was the cn2global-lite (global flag) module that was responsible and that is still at version 1
    1
    I used cn2global version 12 on MIUI 13 (Android 12). His new (3 day old) version 13 says it is for MIUI 14 (Android 13). I haven't updated to Android 13 yet because no one seems to see any advantages or improvements over Android 12 on this device, an Android 13 has caused problems for some users. If you are on Android 12 you can safely flash cn2global version 12, but if you don't need the global flag patch (cn2global-lite) I would avoid it.
  • 2
    Hi you have to unlockbthe bootloader and download the github linkbto magisk in your Phone. For instance i have do'ne yet and patched the boot image of the last rom but i am not sûre how to fastboot thé boot. Img someone should help please ? M'ybadb is only adb seconds ans i cant install platformbtools to put thé boot img the folder..
    After the Bootloader has been unlocked and you have patched the boot image, you shutdown the phone, then press and hold Power and volume down buttons until you see FASTBOOT written on the screen.
    Then you connect it to the PC and you use Fastboot command to flash the image.
    The command is: fastboot flash boot boot.img (or whatever the filename is)
    That flashes the patched Boot image and after that, you just install magisk on the phone (if not already done so.
    that's it
    2
    Please update cn2global module to v13, this may fix AA.
    2
    The native app does not work and i had many issues with it especially with group mms. So i switched to google messages and it works perfect
    I was having issues with both apps. I changed the APN settings around according to a forum post I found on Xiaomi.eu about my specific carrier. Now MMS, group MMS, and RCS are all working flawlessly.
    2
    Please update cn2global module to v13, this may fix AA.
    AA working perfectly now. I just sent Paypal donation over, thank you for all of these modules!!
    2
    There's an updated version of Google Assistant supporting MIUI 14 / Android 13 as well?
    Added.
  • 9
    I decided to create a module sharing thread here.

    If Magisk is enabled, all modules will continue to work after the OTA update. (use "Install to Inactive Slot" method)
    If Magisk is disabled, the module also loses its effectiveness.

    Add official translations from Global ROM​

    Since MIUI China ROM doesn't have translations other than English or China-related languages, I created Magisk module to add more languages.
    I extracted official translations from MIUI Global ROM.

    If there's no official translations, it will be showed in English (like search bar and some options only for China ROM).

    This module also enables Google Location History & Nearby Share.

    Global ROM Flag Patch​


    This Magisk module changes ROM flag to Global.
    You can't change region, but some settings and VoLTE icons will become Global version.
    Please note Global version has less features than China version, so you can't see some settings like enhanced keyboard.

    This module doesn't contain translations.

    You can install both translation patch and flag patch.

    Please note this module can cause bootloops!

    --- If you want to use flag patch with MIUI optimization turned off (optional) ---
    Please note if you disabled MIUI optimization, you'll get duplicate Package Installer (MIUI and AOSP) and it will cause bootloop.
    Please don't disable MIUI optimization before installing this module, and disable one of the Package Installer to prevent bootloop.

    So for installing flag patch module, you need to do:
    1. Install above translation patch and reboot
    2. Enable MIUI optimization and reboot
    3. Install lite module and reboot
    4. Disable MIUI optimization
    5. Two "Package Installer" app will be available so disable one of them (I recommend non-Xiaomi logo one)
    6. Reboot
    -------------

    If bootloop happens, run this:
    adb wait-for-device shell su -c "touch /data/adb/modules/xiaomi-miui-conv-lite/disable;reboot"

    Enable Android Auto​


    Here's the guide for enabling Android Auto.
    You have to uninstall Android Auto first, then install Magisk module, and set permissions in AOSP settings (use "MIUI Hidden Settings" or something)

    Enable Google Assistant and hide dialog of Google Photo​


    You can activate Google Assistant with this Magisk module.
    It also systemize Google Photo app so that you don't need to press Allow when you edit photos/videos.

    If my modules are helpful, I appreciate your donation.
    Donate via PayPal
    Donate via GitHub Sponsors
    3
    so with the OTA what steps did you do to install it since you are rooted with Magisk? it sounds like you can just install it normally, even if you are rooted. what did you end up doing, did you turn off magisk at all or anything?
    I first turned off "automatically install updates" in Developer Settings. Then I went into Settings and clicked on my MIUI 13.1.16 version and it prompted me to check for updates. When it found an update it asked if I wanted to download it and I clicked yes. When it finished downloading it asked me if I wanted to install and I clicked yes. It quickly downloaded a relatively small 1.8 GB incremental update and began to install it and part way through it stopped and said "error installing MIUI ROM update". I went back and checked for update again and again was prompted to download the update. This time it downloaded a much larger 5.4 GB update and when I chose to install it took about twenty minutes to install but finished and then prompted me to reboot. I DID NOT reboot. Instead I opened the Magisk Manager app (I hadn't turned off Magisk or any of its modules) and within the Magisk Manager I chose to "install" Magisk (not 'install Magisk app) and I was then given three choices as to how to install Magisk. I chose "install to inactive slot after OTA"). When this completed within Magisk I was prompted to reboot my phone and it took about five minutes to boot back up (just like it did when I first flashed Magisk) and the phone was then up and running with the update installed and with Magisk still installed and all its modules still installed and active.

    Xiaomi will allow OTA updates with root, but apparently only full, not incremental updates. When it first tries to install an incremental update it will fail, but just do it again and this time it downloads the full update and you are good to go.
    2
    The native app does not work and i had many issues with it especially with group mms. So i switched to google messages and it works perfect
    I was having issues with both apps. I changed the APN settings around according to a forum post I found on Xiaomi.eu about my specific carrier. Now MMS, group MMS, and RCS are all working flawlessly.
    2
    There's an updated version of Google Assistant supporting MIUI 14 / Android 13 as well?
    Added.
    2
    Hi you have to unlockbthe bootloader and download the github linkbto magisk in your Phone. For instance i have do'ne yet and patched the boot image of the last rom but i am not sûre how to fastboot thé boot. Img someone should help please ? M'ybadb is only adb seconds ans i cant install platformbtools to put thé boot img the folder..
    After the Bootloader has been unlocked and you have patched the boot image, you shutdown the phone, then press and hold Power and volume down buttons until you see FASTBOOT written on the screen.
    Then you connect it to the PC and you use Fastboot command to flash the image.
    The command is: fastboot flash boot boot.img (or whatever the filename is)
    That flashes the patched Boot image and after that, you just install magisk on the phone (if not already done so.
    that's it