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[OFFICIAL] Evolution X 5.5.2 - Xiaomi Mi 10T / 10T Pro [Apollo/Apollopro]

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MiraiXu

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Hi, is flashing this ROM over 12.5.4 possible? Or it's recommended to flash older firmware? Thanks.

Edit: ROM doesn't work on 12.5.4, have to flash 12.5.2 firmware for it to work.
 
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    How do I run hardware check on Evox? Im trying to see what's wrong with my mi 10t's fingerprint sensor. :(
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    Does bug with getting frezzes on every 5sec (first audio stops video player then sound resume video plays) been solved?
    I don't get that bug and have been using for months install using a clean flash and you won't run into any problems. This is the 1st ROM on Android 11 for MI10T and gets updated monthly.
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    Evolution X 5.3 for the Xiaomi Mi 10T / 10T Pro [Apollo/Apollopro]

    Code:
    /*
    
    * Your warranty is void. Or vaild, probably?
    
    *
    
    * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, Ebolation X,
    
    * thermonuclear war, or the current economic crisis caused by you following
    
    * these directions. YOU are choosing to make these modificiations, and if
    
    * you point your finger at me for messing up your device, I will LMAO at you.
    
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    Living, Breaking, Keep Evolving.

    Pixel UI, customization and more, we are Evolution X!



    - Team Evolution X -

    @joeyhuab

    @peaktogoo (Now RealAkito)



    Reach us on Twitter! @EvolutionXROM





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    What are our features?

    - Just flash and check "The Evolver"




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    u tell

    DO NOT FLASH GAPPS, ALREADY INCLUDED

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    DO NOT FLASH GAPPS, ALREADY INCLUDED

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    First Time Install / Clean Flash
    0. You need to use latest MIUI beta A11 as base
    1. Download the proper flashable ZIP for your device
    2. Reboot to Recovery
    3. Wipe Data/Cache
    4. Format Data (Optional)
    5. Flash the ROM
    6. Reboot to System
    7. Reboot to Recovery (Optional)
    8. Flash Magisk (Optional)
    9. Reboot to System and #KeepEvolving

    Update / Dirty Flash
    1. Reboot to Recovery
    2. Download the proper flashable ZIP for your device
    3. Reboot to Recovery (Optional)
    4. Flash Magisk (Optional)
    5. Flash the ROM
    6. Reboot to System and #KeepEvolving






    Special thanks to Ramy Ahmed without his help nothing would come up.


    Light Screenshots / Dark Screenshots / Donate to me! / Official Chat / Device Support







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    3/30/2021
    New build is up!

    Changelog:
    - Initial release with OSS vendor & OSS kernel.

    Notes:
    - Clean Flash is mandatory.

    Credits:
    - @Ramisky for trees and being a real pro bro as usual XD.
    - @SebaUbuntu for kernel trees.
    - All other testers who tested anything for me, they helped a lot.

    31/1/2021
    initial release
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    Are there any other official rom's, kept secret from the XDA? Good, help us by giving us the source... the link please
    Telegram groups. Search for mi 10t or apollo. There's evolutionx, fluid, lineage, and some roms we can't mention on xda... But there's plenty of them around, fluid is very stable, others will follow pending xiaomis release of android 11 kernel sources. Only evox is official, for others check this guide:

    Thread '[Unlock Bootloader + TWRP + ROOT + CUSTOM ROM] Working on Xiaomi Mi 10T/Pro' https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...tom-rom-working-on-xiaomi-mi-10t-pro.4246339/
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    New build is up!


    Changelog:
    - Initial release with OSS vendor & OSS kernel.

    Notes:
    - Clean Flash is mandatory.

    Credits:
    - @Ramisky for trees and being a real pro bro as usual XD.
    - @SebaUbuntu for kernel trees.
    - All other testers who tested anything for me, they helped a lot.
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    As far as I remember encryption is removed when you flash the internal storage. But when you start back into system the internal memory should be encrypted again. As long as you don't install with Magisk "no force encrypt". Means when you go back to recovery the internal storage is encrypted again. And seems that actual TWRP doesn't work with the encryption.

    Thanks for the Reply dude, but it hasn't been the case with my Mi 9T Pro, it used to perform as intended. Maybe we'll have to wait for A11 kernel source code, it might get fixed then.