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Pho3nX

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UPDATE [MAIN OP #3]


■ CHANGELOG ■

OneOS_MI11_21.9.20_V125-11 - September, 20 2021


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Esahin1992

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Flashed latest build but can't install Netflix cause device is not google play certified.
Flashed over xiaomi.eu and wiped data and factory reset after that
 

Pho3nX

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Flashed latest build but can't install Netflix cause device is not google play certified.
Flashed over xiaomi.eu and wiped data and factory reset after that
You must be rooted, install Magisk from TWRP, after that choose :

1st Solution :
- In Magisk option, active "MagiskHide"
- Riu (from Magisk Store)
- SafetyNet Fix 2.1.1 by kdrag0n
- Reboot
- Clear Google Play Cache / Wipe Cache
- Reboot

Or

2nd Solution
- In Magisk option, active "MagiskHide"
- MagiskHide Props Config (from Magisk Store)
- Reboot
- Install Terminal like "Termux" from PlayStore
> In Termux > type: "su props"
> in MagiskHide Props, choose pick a fingerprint > choose Mi 11 Venus CN
- Reboot
- Clear Google Play Cache / Wipe Cache
- Reboot




It's done, you're device is certified
 
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aygul12345

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You must be rooted, install Magisk from TWRP, after that choose :

1st Solution :
- In Magisk option, active "MagiskHide"
- Riu (from Magisk Store)
- SafetyNet Fix 2.1.1 by kdrag0n
- Reboot
- Clear Google Play Cache / Wipe Cache
- Reboot

Or

2nd Solution
- In Magisk option, active "MagiskHide"
- MagiskHide Props Config (from Magisk Store)
- Reboot
- Install Terminal like "Termux" from PlayStore
> In Termux > type: "su props"
> in MagiskHide Props, choose pick a fingerprint > choose Mi 11 Venus CN
- Reboot
- Clear Google Play Cache / Wipe Cache
- Reboot




It's done, you're device is certified
Does this also applies for the Mi 11 Pro Soluttion 2?

I tried solution 1 and 2 not working :(, i'll try it tomorrow again on factory settings.
 

Pho3nX

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Does this also applies for the Mi 11 Pro Soluttion 2?

I tried solution 1 and 2 not working :(, i'll try it tomorrow again on factory settings.

Don't know, i don't have Mi 11 Pro. Normally Solution 1 is more easy and working, be sure to install both Magisk module (Riu / SafetyNet fix) and clear cache Google PlayStore.

Solution 2 working fine but fingerprint is for Mi 11
 
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aygul12345

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Don't know, i don't have Mi 11 Pro. Normally Solution 1 is more easy and working, be sure to install both Magisk module (Riu / SafetyNet fix) and clear cache Google PlayStore.

Solution 2 working fine but fingerprint is for Mi 11
Mi 11 pro - Global ROM its failing if I tried solution 1. After a restart it doesnt fix the safety pass.

Ive installed Magisk with the boot.img of the rom and installed through FASTBOOT.

BTW is a TWRP required?
 
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    Flashed latest build but can't install Netflix cause device is not google play certified.
    Flashed over xiaomi.eu and wiped data and factory reset after that
    You must be rooted, install Magisk from TWRP, after that choose :

    1st Solution :
    - In Magisk option, active "MagiskHide"
    - Riu (from Magisk Store)
    - SafetyNet Fix 2.1.1 by kdrag0n
    - Reboot
    - Clear Google Play Cache / Wipe Cache
    - Reboot

    Or

    2nd Solution
    - In Magisk option, active "MagiskHide"
    - MagiskHide Props Config (from Magisk Store)
    - Reboot
    - Install Terminal like "Termux" from PlayStore
    > In Termux > type: "su props"
    > in MagiskHide Props, choose pick a fingerprint > choose Mi 11 Venus CN
    - Reboot
    - Clear Google Play Cache / Wipe Cache
    - Reboot




    It's done, you're device is certified
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    Does this also applies for the Mi 11 Pro Soluttion 2?

    I tried solution 1 and 2 not working :(, i'll try it tomorrow again on factory settings.

    Don't know, i don't have Mi 11 Pro. Normally Solution 1 is more easy and working, be sure to install both Magisk module (Riu / SafetyNet fix) and clear cache Google PlayStore.

    Solution 2 working fine but fingerprint is for Mi 11
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    Mi 11 pro - Global ROM its failing if I tried solution 1. After a restart it doesnt fix the safety pass.

    Ive installed Magisk with the boot.img of the rom and installed through FASTBOOT.

    BTW is a TWRP required?

    No, you have just appy boot patching method for root with Magisk and not the old method apply Magisk directly from recovery TWRP. It's good for the same result.

    So if first Solution don't work, have you tried with MagiskHide Props ? Are you sure to have applied MagiskHide in Magisk ?

    EDIT : Your video is unavailable
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    Tried adb?

    Im on oneos and i deleted it through adb.. Using google photos
    Yeah didn't try adb was testing to see if an app would so it probably app manager would do the trixk too
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    OneOS is based (for Mi 11) lastest Stable / Weekly Chinese Xiaomi.eu ROM like MiuiMix, but purpose interesting features. It's also the most debloated stock custom ROM, the more smooth i've tested. Really strong for the first releases on Mi11 (OneOS is not new, but OneOS is out only there a few months on Mi11)

    CHARACTERISTICS​


    From Xiaomi.eu BASE :
    • Languages: English, Chinese, Polish, Slovak, Czech, Bulgarian, Hungarian, French, Swedish, Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Croatian, Vietnamese, Italian, Greek, Norwegian, Dutch, Spanish, Turkish, Brazilian-Portuguese, Portuguese, Hebrew, Romanian, German, Catalan, Korean, Slovenian, Serbian, Thai, Finnish, Arabic, Persian - Farsi, Japanese, Burmese y Danish
    • Enabled search gesture (swipe up) on the desktop
    • 3way reboot menu (in dev settings)
    • MIUI Contacts and Dialer
    • Dark Mode (Night Mode) for all devices
    • Removed ads in MIUI system apps
    • MIUI Dialer and Messages apps
    • Face Unlock for all devices
    • Vertical clock widget on lockscreen
    • Steps counter in Assistant screen
    • More shortcuts on left lockscreen
    • Wake up gestures for all devices
    • AI preloading option in MIUI Lab for all devices
    • Fullscreen gestures for all devices
    • Option to auto-expand first notification
    • Notifications priority settings
    • More edit options in Gallery app
    • Enabled MiDrive in File Explorer
    • Added landscape mode for SMS app
    • Sunrise/Sunset in the weather app
    • Google apps support integrated
    • Removed 5GHz region restrictions
    • Confirm dials from call logs
    • Morning report on alarm at morning
    • More apps supported for AOD notifications
    • More styles for AOD screen
    • Raise to wake gesture
    • AOD notification received animation
    • Default volume control stream toggle
    • Tap fingerprint sensor to wake toggle
    • More Camera features
    • Double tap to lock screen
    • Battery AI scenes
    • Allowed disabling specific system apps
    • Importing theme .mtz from zhuti.xiaomi.com via ThemeManager
    • No useless Chinese bloatware apps
    • More free RAM due to less background processes
    • Unified flat style app icons for both system and 3rd party apps
    • Advanced menu with color icons
    • No any Chinese character under the full system Mi Video, Mi Music, Mi Browser: No any useless Chinese content
    • No possibility to re-lock bootloader accidentally
    • Added T9 dialer support
    • Added charging sound switch
    • Added Screen-OFF animation
    • Optimized GPS settings
    • Optimized Battery consumption
    • Optimized RAM consumption
    • Added GSMalphabet into SMS app options
    • Added more icons grid layout 4x5, 4x6, 4x7, 5x5, 5x6, 5x7 (depends on device)
    • SafetyNet passed (Google Pay)
    • Play Store Certified
    • Deodexed
    • Added automated tasks in Security app
    • Added game speed booster
    • Added erase module (magic elimination) to Gallery photo edit options
    • Fixed low volume sound via headphone
    • Charging screen for all devices
    • Widevine L1 (for supported devices)

    From ONE Team:
    • OTA Updates Weekly's
    • Unique Xiaomi AirDots App (Download It from OneOS Space)
    • Corrected icons of third-party apps
    • Added the ability to hide blocked numbers from contacts in call log
    • 4 volume bars instead of the typical 3
    • User interface of Chinese developer settings
    • Removed Xiaomi telemetry applications
    • Removed non-essential Xiaomi applications that do not affect your cloud
    • Climate of Samsung (Port) instead of Xiaomi
    • Unlocked options only available in the weekly China camera (MiMoji does not work until a space error is corrected)
    • Fixed wrong Russian and Spanish language strings
    • Extended reset menu, similar to the real Xiaomi interface
    • Ability to disable any application (even settings, although obviously strongly discouraged)
    • iOS emoticons
    • APN configuration more updated than that of Official Xiaomi
    • Own store of updated system applications
    • Improved International GPS
    • Custom animations in Recents (Extended, Cube, iOS, Free)
    • More things that I don't remember right now

    Actually, the supported devices are:​

    BASE WEEKLY:
    • Mi 9 (cepheus)
    • Mi 9T/ Redmi K20 (davinci/in)
    • Mi 9T Pro/ Redmi K20 Pro (raphael/in)
    • Mi 10 (umi)
    • Mi 10T/ Mi 10T Pro/ Redmi K30S Ultra (apollo/apollopro)
    • Mi 10 Lite/ Mi 10 Lite Zoom (monet/vangogh)
    • Redmi Note 8 (gingko)
    • Pocophone F2 Pro/ Redmi K30 Pro (lmi)
    • Mi Note 10/ CC9 Pro (tucana)
    • Mi 9 SE (grus)
    • Mi 9 Lite/ CC9 (pyxis)
    • Redmi K30/ Poco X2 (phoenix)
    • Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G/ Mi 10i 5G/ Mi 10T Lite (gauguin)
    • Poco F3 (alioth)
    • Mi 11 (venus)


    Official Website (All Links) : here
    Source Forge (Principal / OTA) : here
    Official Telegram links : Forbidden in XDA, just go on the Official Website, all links are available


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    Hey guys,

    I am using OneOS from the start now on my Xiaomi Mi 11 (Venus) and I made a video about it. If somebody is looking for a sneak preview of what it is/how it works/main perks on the Mi 11, maybe this vid can help.


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    ■ INSTALLATION ■


    [STEP 1] >> BEFORE iNSTALLATiON <<

    You must have a "Unlocked" Bootloader (for using TWRP, install custom ROM).

    > If it's already done, go directly on Step [2] ! <

    For Unlock your Bootloader, you must use Mi Unlock Tool
    in Fastboot Mode

    A/ Sign/Create in with your Mi Account
    B/ If your device appair "Locked" the first time, it's normal
    C/ Click "Unlock" and waiting, a remaining time will appair, at this time you will wait 168 hours (1 week)

    /!\ If you trying again asking unlock before the 168 hours, counter will be resetted ! /!\
    /!\ Unlock Bootloader will Erase ALL YOUR DATA, be sure to have backup your data BEFORE ! /!\


    D/ After waiting 168+ hours, unlock your bootloader will be granted

    E/ Always in Fastboot Mode > Mi Unlock, click "Unlock" and waiting... Your device is resetted and bar progress / pourcent appair, your Bootloader has been unlocked, Data has been erased.
    You could verify Unlock status in Mi Unlock, your status should be "Unlock".

    Well, now...


    [STEP 2] >> iNSTALLATiON FROM TWRP <<

    This rom is installed from a Custom Recovery TWRP (not fastboot) available here : twrp-3.5.1-venus

    A/ Put your device on Fastboot Mode
    B/ From your computer, using CMD shell in Administrator for run ADB commands
    If you do not have already ADB installed on your computer, You can found all links here :
    How to Install ADB on Windows, macOS, and Linux - XDA

    C/ For Run TWRP, put the command in CMD
    Code:
    fastboot boot twrp-3.5.1-venus.img


    To change TWRP language to English, press bottom right button (Sixth) and click on the Earth logo and select English.. (like the screenshot)


    WE HAVE ONLY BOOT IN TWRP AT THIS STEP, IF YOU WANT DEFINITIVELY INSTALL TWRP INSTEAD STOCK RECOVERY YOU MUST INJECT KEY



    D/ For install ROM :

    > FROM OFFiCiAL MIUI ROM OR ANOTHER MIUI WiTH ANOTHER CANAL (Stable <-> Weekly) <


    You must FORMAT your Data :

    /!\ FORMAT DATA will Erase ALL YOUR DATA, be sure to backup your data BEFORE ! /!\



    After that, you must reboot TWRP.
    Redo the step a/, b/ and c/ OR Reboot > Recovery (if you have install TWRP with Inject Key)

    So after FORMAT DATA and reboot in TWRP, installation is here :)
    - TWRP > Install > Data\Media > Select your "OneOS-ROM*.zip"
    - Wipe > Dalvik Cache / ART Cache
    - Reboot > System


    > ONLY FOR iNSTALL ONEOS ROM UPDATE / OTA <

    - TWRP > Install > Data\Media > Select your "OneOS-ROM*.zip" *
    - Wipe > Dalvik Cache / ART Cache
    - Reboot > System

    * If you are already Root or want install Root, just flash Magisk after flashing ROM (Attached Files)




    ■ ROOT ■

    IF YOU WANT ROOT, INSTALL MAGISK

    The Easiest way to install Magisk, especially on a Custom ROM is the "old school" method, flash your root app (Magisk) directly from your custom recovery (TWRP).

    You will reflash Magisk after each ROM update

    Now Magisk has changed, normally it's advised to manualy patch boot under Magisk and inject Boot "Magisked" from Fastboot / ABD command for Boot once with Root access granted and finally apply from Magisk Root definitively... But you must do that each time, each new OTA/Upgrade... Boring

    So for TWRP/Root lovers, the "old school" method is simple.


    Go only here from the official Github website

    • Download the Magisk APK (you can shoose Stable or Canary version)
    • Rename the .apk file extension to .zip, for example: Magisk-v2X.0.apk → Magisk-v2X.0.zip. If you have trouble renaming the file extension (like on Windows), use a file manager on Android or the one included in TWRP to rename the file.
    • Flash the zip just like any other ordinary flashable zip.
    • Reboot and check whether the Magisk app is installed. If it isn’t installed automatically, manually install the APK.

    MAGISK UNINSTALLATION

    If for some reasons you do not want keep root or if a unstable magisk module block boot system, you can also uninstall Magisk from the recovery... always the old school method ^^

    From System (ROM)
    The easiest way to uninstall Magisk is directly through the Magisk app.

    From Recovery (TWRP)
    If you insist on using custom recoveries, rename the Magisk APK to uninstall.zip and flash it like any other ordinary flashable zip.
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    A12 already released?

    No but the Xiaomi.eu is on the Beta test process, so because Xiaomi.eu is base for all custom MIUI, in a few time we will have Xiaomi.eu, MiuiMix & OneOS :)

    And LineageOS is finally booted, so all will come. I'm waiting a lot AOSP Roms like PixelExperience.
    2
    Are you using stable version 23? This works normally.

    Use the Canary without problem, but don't waste your time with people thinking talk with robots.
    The man explain nothing (Clean or Dirty flash, his old rom, is format or wiped, etc...), he post just complain like talking to Google Assistant.

    Polite people can also asking with "Hello" / "Please" / "Thanks" lol