Have your questions been answered?I need some advice guys, hopefully somebody can help me
I've got a Redmi 4X with unlocked bootloader and I want to flash NitrogenOS along with Clarity Kernel.
As I've read in this thread, when I'll install TWRP I'm going to face that password encryption problem and that dm-verity
So, in order to flash an AOSP ROM I need to perform a Data format from the wipe section? Or just type my phone password when I'm asked to do so.
Also I've read that the dm-verity problem doesn't affect with AOSP based ROMs, only with stock MIUI ROM, so I'm not gonna need to flash the lazy flasher, am I right?
Finally my last question is: In order to flash a custom ROM with a custom Kernel, do I need to wipe everything (cache, dalvik, internal storage, system, etc) and then with no OS installed I would be able to perform the AOSP ROM and Kernel installation? Or I only need to wipe data, cache and system?
Also is this recovery stable after doing all that stuff I mentioned above? I mean, will I be able to install Magisk, or mods like Dolby Atmos, iOS emoji, etc without any problems like that red FAILED message?
I come to this forum because I had a problem installing TWRP Recovery on my Xiaomi Redmi 4X (santoni). I have an error and I want help from you. I have bootloader and OEM unlocked and the official stable version of Miui in version 18.104.22.168. I made a screenshot so you can see the installation process
PD: Si alguien habla español lo agradeceria
This is the firmware who you need. Lazy flasher is only for downgrade to miui again
Flash this twrp version for all Android versions. Incluse roms based on asop with Oreo
Got my new 4X with Miui 22.214.171.124 ROM | installed TWRP 126.96.36.199 | flashed lazyflasher | reboot | flashed SU 2.82 and all working well. Selected the option to not have read-only system in TWRP.
1. Will OTA updates now work and if so must I re-flash anything?
2. If I flash a MIUI update via recovery must I re-flash anything?
Posting the steps to install the recovery, so everyone knows.
1-Connect your phone into fastboot mode using pc.
2-Open adb tools command prompt.
3-Type fasboot flash recovery recovery.img (recovery.img is the twrp you just downloaded, should be in the same folder from where you opened the command prompt).
4-Type fastboot boot recovery.img
5-TWRP will open. It might not detect your internal storage and ask for a password.
6-Back your storage up.
7-Then, go to wipe and wipe everything. After this your storage will be empty.
8-Since there's no os, install a custom rom and reboot.
/* * Your warranty is now void. * * We are not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if * you point the finger at us for messing up your device, we will laugh at you. * */
Can you please reply to my doubt below your reply ? what's this encryption bug everyone is talking about ? which twrp version should i use ? i want to installed nougat based custom ROM ?
Turn off mobile phone and then press vol up + vol down + power key at same time until your device vibrates or till mi logo appears wait for a sec and device boot into twrpI was using MIUI 9 Global Stable and I had TWRP installed as my custom recovery. Recently, I have installed CRDroid with TWRP. I performed a full wipe including system, dalvik cache, data. Also I have flashed CRDroid succesfully. But now, I can't boot into recovery mode. I tried in various ways. I tried with KEY-COMBO of my phone (redmi 4x), tried with flashify, tried with power menu option of CRDroid to boot into recovery. But the phone just reboot as normal. It doesn't boot into recovery. Don't understanding what is the problem Does anybody have any idea? Please help