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[RECOVERY][3.4.0-10][perseus]Official/Unofficial TWRP for Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (Stable)

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josegalre

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TWRP 3.3.1-17 Amoled theme:

Name: twrp-3.3.1-17-perseus-mauronofrio-amoled.img
CRC-32: 6f236da7
MD5: 1d7a9f221b36b8578ac8d40311534000
SHA-1: 5586aed1f533b31a15a988e5ea66c5ff14d50efc
SHA-256: ef41b0a49e903213082ac9be465d434fce903b6a7dd476cebd44d8baa7b75518
Link: https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=4349826312261778426

You can create a theme img too..
you need, aik and then next steeps

1 -> get aik from https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2073775
2 -> extract in any folder
3 -> place the 'original twrp 3.3.1-17 by mauronofrio [md5: 3d7fa79cb5cc9fc839251391308aac18]' in the aik directory
4 -> [windows] execute on cmd 'unpackimg.bat twrp-3.3.1-17-perseus-mauronofrio.img' or just drop file in unpackimg.bat...
4 -> [linux] execute on terminal './unpackimg.sh twrp-3.3.1-17-perseus-mauronofrio.img'
5 -> go to 'ramdisk->twres' and replace all files by this: https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=4349826312261778433
6 -> go to root aik dir
7 -> [windows] execute on cmd 'repackimg.bat' or doble click to repackimg.bat...
7 -> [linux] execute on terminal './repackimg.sh'
8 -> wait... and done!
9 -> flash the 'image-new.img' as you always do xD

Notes:
* Be careful when making these modifications.
* Do not edit anything else, any modification can lose your recovery.
* Always back up your data for anything.
* I'm not responsible for damage to your equipment.
 

gruniu78

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Nov 4, 2011
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I upload android10 to mimix3. I uploaded settings and made copies of TWRP. I wanted to restore copies and error 255.
I found a way to fix the error on the internet.:
I have installed: twrp-3.3.1-17-perseus-mauronofrio.img
Ok. Let start. Install from Play store: Android Terminal Emulator.
Open Terminal and type:
$su (hit Enter)
#pm remove-user 999 (hit Enter)
Should come up: Success: removed user

And now i have problem with USB. Camera and other applications show: mount USB.
What can I do next?

mimix3 has no external sd. I connect OTG, but TWRP can't see OTG.
 
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adam900710

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Dec 20, 2010
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Failed to boot into TWRP, neither official or this version.

Bootloader already unlocked.

Both fastboot flash and boot succeeded, but still boot into MIUI 11.
And then, boot into recovery still goes back to stock recovery.

The phone has been updated by fastboot to MIUI Global V11.0.3.0.QEEMIXM.

Any clue?

EDIT: OK solved, just flash, no boot, then reboot into recovery manually solves the problem.
What the heck?
 
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Jaitsu

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Is it just me, or does flashing/just about anything involving moving data around seem a lot slower with 3.4.0-0? ROM updates used to take a minute or two, now they seem to take like ten. Backups and other zip installs, too; even startup takes a lot longer. No errors or anything, and have reflashed it to make sure it installed properly, it's just... Slower.
 

Tamsy

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Mar 10, 2008
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Is it just me, or does flashing/just about anything involving moving data around seem a lot slower with 3.4.0-0? ROM updates used to take a minute or two, now they seem to take like ten. Backups and other zip installs, too; even startup takes a lot longer. No errors or anything, and have reflashed it to make sure it installed properly, it's just... Slower.

Seems to be something wrong with your phone: Coming all the way along from TWRP 3.2.3-8 Unofficial by mauronofrio up to the latest TWRP 3.4.0-0 I have not noticed any slowdowns with two different Perseus-devices as you described with 3.4.0-0 .

Except for the 1st install after having unlocked the bootloader I have always upgraded TWRP from TWRP itself (not through Fastboot/ADB). Are you sure that you have choosen "Recovery"-Partition only when selecting the Target Partition?
 

Jaitsu

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Seems to be something wrong with your phone: Coming all the way along from TWRP 3.2.3-8 Unofficial by mauronofrio up to the latest TWRP 3.4.0-0 I have not noticed any slowdowns with two different Perseus-devices as you described with 3.4.0-0 .

Except for the 1st install after having unlocked the bootloader I have always upgraded TWRP from TWRP itself (not through Fastboot/ADB). Are you sure that you have choosen "Recovery"-Partition only when selecting the Target Partition?

Yup, I'm only flashing it to the recovery partition. Everything's *working* okay, it just takes a long time. The rest of the phone seems to run fine, too; Android itself boots considerably faster than TWRP has been. I might try installing an older version of TWRP (or Sky Hawk, I was using that for a while) and see if there's a noticeable speed difference when I go back.
 

devleon

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Jan 8, 2017
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So I just flashed this to my recovery partition (using fastboot flash recovery) instead of the one by LP (I had version 1050), as that one couldn't decrypt my data anymore... But now it keeps booting back into TWRP, and no longer into system. What to do? I have the chinese model btw, maybe that makes a difference?

Edit: I managed to make it book by flashing both recoveries back and forth, but while it boots, as soon as I enter my pin, I get a "System UI has stopped working" message...
 
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meech

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Mar 16, 2018
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So I just flashed this to my recovery partition (using fastboot flash recovery) instead of the one by LP (I had version 1050), as that one couldn't decrypt my data anymore... But now it keeps booting back into TWRP, and no longer into system. What to do? I have the chinese model btw, maybe that makes a difference?

Edit: I managed to make it book by flashing both recoveries back and forth, but while it boots, as soon as I enter my pin, I get a "System UI has stopped working" message...
format data will fix your twrp always rebooting to twrp, also flash latest twrp, this one is the previous version
 

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