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Official Nougat Released for Mi Max/Prime!

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techy97

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Nov 3, 2013
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Today's China Developer Rom for Mi Max/Prime has brought Official Nougat for it. China Stable, Global Beta and Stable are expected by next week
MIUI Version - 7.2.9 China Developer
Android Version - 7.0 [Nougat]

(Click for Changelogs)


Download Links
PHP:
http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/hydrogen_images_7.2.9_20170209.0000.00_7.0_cn_1b99181f48.tgz

Mi Max 32G China Nougat Fastboot

http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/helium_images_7.2.9_20170209.0000.00_7.0_cn_7e90dd1af9.tgz

Mi Max Prime 64G/128G China Nougat Fastboot

http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/miui_MIMAX_7.2.9_99a7e2e01b_7.0.zip

Mi Max 32G China Nougat Recovery

http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/miui_MIMAX652_7.2.9_a7f964ac25_7.0.zip

Mi Max Prime 64G/128G China Nougat Recovery
 
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dj69holland

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I saw that once you upgrade to 7.0 (for example v7.2.9) that bootloader will be automatically locked, and we will have to unlock it once again.
Can anyone confirm if this is true,
 

techy97

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Nov 3, 2013
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I saw that once you upgrade to 7.0 (for example v7.2.9) that bootloader will be automatically locked, and we will have to unlock it once again.
Can anyone confirm if this is true,

Bootloader cannot be locked unless its instructed by you. Flashing process doesn't have any interference with the Bootloader. Still, about my personal experience, I migrate from custom roms to MIUI 7.1.12 and back atleast twice a week. Its not the case. And given the reason neither its supposed to be. You can clear your doubts.
 

dj69holland

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Sep 6, 2011
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Bootloader cannot be locked unless its instructed by you. Flashing process doesn't have any interference with the Bootloader. Still, about my personal experience, I migrate from custom roms to MIUI 7.1.12 and back atleast twice a week. Its not the case. And given the reason neither its supposed to be. You can clear your doubts.

Yes this is my understanding too, and i myself flash constantly -
but according to xiaomi.eu page for build 7.2.9 : " RELESED Android 7.0 for MI4C, Mi4S, MIMAX, MIMAX PRO, MINote PRO
Your BOOTLOADER will be relocked after upgrade to Android 7.0 so unlock it by en.miui.com/unlock after ROM installation again!!!
"
 

fedakpeter

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Yes this is my understanding too, and i myself flash constantly -
but according to xiaomi.eu page for build 7.2.9 : " RELESED Android 7.0 for MI4C, Mi4S, MIMAX, MIMAX PRO, MINote PRO
Your BOOTLOADER will be relocked after upgrade to Android 7.0 so unlock it by en.miui.com/unlock after ROM installation again!!!
"

No worries, I flashed today without knowing above and my bootloader still unlocked.
After flashing gapps I get lots error messages. Otherwise no big difference in miui.
Worked ok with supersu 2.79 and twrp 3.0.2
 

techy97

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Nov 3, 2013
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Yes this is my understanding too, and i myself flash constantly -
but according to xiaomi.eu page for build 7.2.9 : " RELESED Android 7.0 for MI4C, Mi4S, MIMAX, MIMAX PRO, MINote PRO
Your BOOTLOADER will be relocked after upgrade to Android 7.0 so unlock it by en.miui.com/unlock after ROM installation again!!!
"


MIUI 7.1.12 is Android 7.0 Nougat
 
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fedakpeter

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yep, xiaomi took android 7.0 and transformed it to MIUI 8 based on 6.0 :D i was hoping at least for display resolution support from 7.0 but no, you still have to edit build.prop and distort apps and icons in default theme. i don't need 6.5" screen because of 1cm fonts
 

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yep, xiaomi took android 7.0 and transformed it to MIUI 8 based on 6.0 :D i was hoping at least for display resolution support from 7.0 but no, you still have to edit build.prop and distort apps and icons in default theme. i don't need 6.5" screen because of 1cm fonts

It's been always Like that on MIUI, the changes come with MIUI upgrades not Android upgrades.
 

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    Today's China Developer Rom for Mi Max/Prime has brought Official Nougat for it. China Stable, Global Beta and Stable are expected by next week
    MIUI Version - 7.2.9 China Developer
    Android Version - 7.0 [Nougat]

    (Click for Changelogs)


    Download Links
    PHP:
    http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/hydrogen_images_7.2.9_20170209.0000.00_7.0_cn_1b99181f48.tgz
    
    Mi Max 32G China Nougat Fastboot
    
    http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/helium_images_7.2.9_20170209.0000.00_7.0_cn_7e90dd1af9.tgz
    
    Mi Max Prime 64G/128G China Nougat Fastboot
    
    http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/miui_MIMAX_7.2.9_99a7e2e01b_7.0.zip
    
    Mi Max 32G China Nougat Recovery
    
    http://bigota.d.miui.com/7.2.9/miui_MIMAX652_7.2.9_a7f964ac25_7.0.zip
    
    Mi Max Prime 64G/128G China Nougat Recovery
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    No worries, I flashed today without knowing above and my bootloader still unlocked.
    After flashing gapps I get lots error messages. Otherwise no big difference in miui.
    Worked ok with supersu 2.79 and twrp 3.0.2

    Thanks for this. This might have cleared his doubt. And btw, its the Official China Dev you flashed I suppose?