Its a lot of work for me to wipe and rebuild if your fix doesn't work. But thanks for the suggestion. BTW, I'm not sure which setting you mean, but was AA one of the apps absorbing power when off? I checked in Battery and then the three vertical dots then battery usage. AA wasn't on the list.
I can help with this. It is fluid and smooth with no concerns or crashes. As I am using AA7 neither AIO Tweaker or Screen2Auto work, but that is because AA7 can't be patched?
I'm not familiar with AIO Tweaker, or Screen2Auto. I'm currently running AA V 7.0.614134 on Arrow 11.0 and it works. Are you saying that it runs properly without AIO Tweaker, or Screen2Auto?
Is there a format data needed after flashing Arrow?I personally don't use Android Auto but I read some comments on this thread saying that it doesn't work.
You need MIUI from here:
The ultimate script that provides firmware packages for Xiaomi devices.xiaomifirmwareupdater.com
Download the fastboot ROM which is 5.3 GB. Use Mi flash tool to flash the ROM (don't relock the bootloader).
Quickly set-up your phone (you can skip most steps).
Flash TWRP, flash ArrowOS, flash Magisk, done
I haven't done anything special. Only thing I always do with any rom/stock is change the animation scales in dev options all to .5. otherwise complete clean flash (miui first then firmware and rom in twrp as mentioned in earlier posts here)
Yes, but he's purposefully omitting the rule for easier flashing experience. it's not just easier, it's better to make sure that all devices run the proper firmware to avoid bugs related to that. And rule is that it's not allowed to bake Xiaomi firmware in zips. Other (most) devs probably don't want to risk.
No complaints, no bug reporting allowed without logs. If you even upload logs for bugs, your bugs will be ignored anyway heh.
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