- Jun 17, 2021
it says with me system ui isnt responding .. and wifi downt work.. what did i do wrong during flashing? i just flashed it now
Send me an updated link please, this one has expired
Someone send me a download link for the latest gapps version with vendor miui that is not expired
You have to flash MIUI based on Android 11 first. Use the fastboot ROM from here. It's 4.9 GB:
I have version 7.82.1 build 39 35208, the solution is to use Magisk hide for all Google applications, all components
Happens when your battery is lower than the percentage you set the Battery Saver to automatically activate. I think it can be deactivated in the Battery settings. However then it never blinks, no matter how low the battery isNotification LED keeps on blinking with the screen off even though there is no notification. Also the double tap to wake feature and lift to wake is slightly delayed or doesn't work sometimes. This bug has been in the ROM since the last time I tried it (December).
Unlocking bootloader is the first step in flashing roms. Again, research and try to help yourself. I am not assuming anything except the fact that you did no effort to help yourself or do any sort of reading regarding this matter. The real bloat is asking before reading. We are all learning here but please make the effort.Bold of you to assume I didn't flash ROMs. First page doesn't say anything about Bootloaders. This thread was not started as a ROM flashing guide so I don't expect details here. If you can't help others, take my advice and don't bloat the reply thread with unhelpful comments like yours.
I was looking for the guide on unlocking "Mi Bootloaders". If you worked with Bootloaders, you know that it's not the same process for all vendors. Searched XDA but didn't get any good results for unknown reason. There are other guides on the internet but I prefer XDA guides. Lastly, try to understand what I actually asked for and try not to be rude about it.Unlocking bootloader is the first step in flashing roms. Again, research and try to help yourself. I am not assuming anything except the fact that you did no effort to help yourself or do any sort of reading regarding this matter. The real bloat is asking before reading. We are all learning here but please make the effort.
The GCam thread for our phone is here:Can you give me link to the thread? I'm using urnyx Gcam, it takes good photos generally but focus has issues. Especially in video mode, it struggles for focus.
Also can you confirm if raise to wake works fine for you? On miui rom or even pre oss arrow, it was very responsive i literally had to move phone and it'd wake up, now it's not like that. Many times i doesn't wake up on full swing of arm lol
Thank you, I installed NGcam 7.4 again and got the recommended config to work. Now I'm completely happy with this rom, nice work.
ARB is for Anti Rollback. Basically once you update you cannot go back to the previous version. Flashing a previous version with a lower ARB number will brick your phone. Reason why I want to avoid upgrading.
ANX Camera from here:
To everyone, please STOP this misconception about having the need to flash magisk in order to pass safety net. Do read the OP I've clearly mentioned there's no need of a magisk or modules for safety net. Device is certified and passes safety net out of the box without need of any modifications.Mission Impossible in all custom ROMs !
1. Safetynet check the bootloader status and will automatically fail if magisk is not installed (Magisk Hide ON must be applied for this) !
2. Furthermore, now you have to install the safetynet-fix module to make your banking apps working !
3. Finally, you must hide Magisk Manager.apk with a random name too (Magisk Settings)
I'm aware of the notification led issue, its interlinked to an sepolicy denial from vendor which is quite tricky to address it while we're using the prebuilt/stock vendor. For now you can assume it as a trade off for enforcing builds. I'm working on a fix, once we start a full transition towards an OSS vendor these issues will be more convenient to be addressed.