With paranoid, we have 2 method:
recovery is safer than fastboot. A SD card is reccomended. Because fastboot depend on your connection between pc and phone, if it break, your phone may brickedI've watched this tutorial, is this really that easy to install? Or there is something that this tutorial doesn't show? I've already applied to mi for unlocking the bootloader and now im waiting. And what method do you recommend. What is easier and would this rom work with SPESN or Redmi Note 11 NFC
Would the flashing method affect the system at all. Or it would be same in both ways? Fastboot seems far easier and less worrying about making wrong move. Since in the video it says to flash the default miui rom then flash paranoid android
Yes, both are the same result, different method, fastboot is easier but you need a stable connection with your pc, recovery is harder but safer when you can backup your android and restore it whenever you want.
Do everything step by step but you don't need flash your stock rom again if you are using lastest version miui.
Ok so i need to download miui latest firmware and flash it first. If i go with recovery.
Funny, I skipped Stable 3 for the upcoming beta releases what seem to explain that I never got the gps issue. On the latest beta (from Dev's sourceforge folder) Chrome even plays videos again.Apparently there are 3 known bugs right now:
However, the latest update also brought the stock MIUI camera which is great. Apart from that, everything else is superb as I previously commented. Battery, etc. everything s great.
- GPS not working
- Video not working on Chromium >113
- Issues with screenshot on on some apps in work profile
I've been dirty flashing since early beta and had no problem with GPS however (even in Stable 3), only after I clean flashed into Stable 3 that I get the bug.