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祝豪志

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Hello, after upgrading the system, it takes about three minutes to start or restart each time? Is this normal? thank you!
 

hyb1989

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Dear Kota:

Firstly I'd like to appreciate the hard work of your group on modding the Pixel ROM to Mi11. I'm here to report a bug, it might be serious but since it's too much beyond my imagination I'd prefer suspecting myself having done something unconsciouslly than regarding it as a bug of the ROM.

I updated my phone from the first version of the ROM to this version by dirty flash, besides all the known bugs mentioned above, everything worked fine. But, when I got my Mi11 out of my pocket this afternoon, I found it was accidentally factory-reseted with no sign but actually I didn't do any kind of reset and I didn't root my device either.
Fortunately I've got my data carefully backup recently, so besides some chat logs of Wechat nothing precious was lost.

Here I wonder whether there is a button shortcut to do this reset by simply pressing some button at a certain sequence, or there is a way to reset the phone without entering the lockscreen PIN, since it is almost impossible to enter the fastboot or recovery mode accidentally.

As blaming the ROM for this unexpected data loss still lacks evidence, and I'm not sure if anyone have faced the same situation as this, I chose to go on using this ROM, hope it is just something at a small probability.

I'd be grateful if someone can tell me the cause of this unexpected factory-reset behaviour.
 

fir1996

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Oct 24, 2013
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Dear Kota:

Firstly I'd like to appreciate the hard work of your group on modding the Pixel ROM to Mi11. I'm here to report a bug, it might be serious but since it's too much beyond my imagination I'd prefer suspecting myself having done something unconsciouslly than regarding it as a bug of the ROM.

I updated my phone from the first version of the ROM to this version by dirty flash, besides all the known bugs mentioned above, everything worked fine. But, when I got my Mi11 out of my pocket this afternoon, I found it was accidentally factory-reseted with no sign but actually I didn't do any kind of reset and I didn't root my device either.
Fortunately I've got my data carefully backup recently, so besides some chat logs of Wechat nothing precious was lost.

Here I wonder whether there is a button shortcut to do this reset by simply pressing some button at a certain sequence, or there is a way to reset the phone without entering the lockscreen PIN, since it is almost impossible to enter the fastboot or recovery mode accidentally.

As blaming the ROM for this unexpected data loss still lacks evidence, and I'm not sure if anyone have faced the same situation as this, I chose to go on using this ROM, hope it is just something at a small probability.

I'd be grateful if someone can tell me the cause of this unexpected factory-reset behaviour.
Try to use Xiaomi.eu as a base before flashing the rom.
 

kotalol

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Feb 25, 2022
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Xiaomi Mi 11
Dear Kota:

Firstly I'd like to appreciate the hard work of your group on modding the Pixel ROM to Mi11. I'm here to report a bug, it might be serious but since it's too much beyond my imagination I'd prefer suspecting myself having done something unconsciouslly than regarding it as a bug of the ROM.

I updated my phone from the first version of the ROM to this version by dirty flash, besides all the known bugs mentioned above, everything worked fine. But, when I got my Mi11 out of my pocket this afternoon, I found it was accidentally factory-reseted with no sign but actually I didn't do any kind of reset and I didn't root my device either.
Fortunately I've got my data carefully backup recently, so besides some chat logs of Wechat nothing precious was lost.

Here I wonder whether there is a button shortcut to do this reset by simply pressing some button at a certain sequence, or there is a way to reset the phone without entering the lockscreen PIN, since it is almost impossible to enter the fastboot or recovery mode accidentally.

As blaming the ROM for this unexpected data loss still lacks evidence, and I'm not sure if anyone have faced the same situation as this, I chose to go on using this ROM, hope it is just something at a small probability.

I'd be grateful if someone can tell me the cause of this unexpected factory-reset behaviour.
Hi, unfortunately you are not the only person experiencing this type for things with this build.

This build is known for its akward results depending on people, you might be lucky like me and having no trouble with the ROM and getting rooted just fine, tho some people experienced bootloops or data loss.

You might have got a data corrupt and accidentaly clicked the "Erase" button in your pocket...
A better implementation of the kernel to fix most of those issues is in the work tho.

I'm sorry for what happened to you tho :/.
Have a great day
 

zangafan

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Is USB audio known to be broken or is it just me? I've tried multiple dongles and none of them seem to even get power.
 

Pho3nX

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Delete the “Root”. I didn’t root…
So do the others
" Root seems very disturbed with this ROM, "

Where ? Seriously ?

Corrupted data occur also rootless users lol
There just more users AOSP having rooted on their device.
Module/Tweaks SystemUI causing more issues to this users. Nothing to relation with root.
 
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Ralph Chen

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" Root seems very disturbed with this ROM, "

Where ? Seriously ?

Corrupted data occur also rootless users lol
There just more users AOSPhaving rooted their device.
Module/Tweaks SystemUI causing more issues to this users. Nothing to relation with root.
uh yeah
the problem is probably all inside the kernel
not root

i didn’t mean to unroot… I mean to delete the root in the comment
 

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    PixelExperience is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, bootanimation).

    Your warranty is now void, or not... Xiaomi? ・ We are not responsible for bricked devices, thermonuclear war or alarm app fails. ・ Please do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM before flashing it! ・ YOU are choosing to make these modifications, we are in no way responsible if anything happens.

    End of Service, what happened?
    Well, basically an official Maintainer started working on official releases for the phone, Yair decided to retire since PE Team will do a better job. So now, Yair is behind PPUI and ArrowOS AOSP developpement for Mi 11.
    And i'm also coming up with other AOSPs, so stay tuned.
    Informations :

    - Android Version : 12.1
    - Maintainer : Yair
    - Updates : Me
    - Selinux Status : Permissive
    - Kernel Link : Here! (Thanks Cosmin)


    What's broken ?

    - Quick Tap
    -Boots take up 3 Minutes
    - Proximity Sensor
    - Tell me here!



    Instruction Guide :
    ・ Make sure that you are on MIUI 13.0.X, this ・ Flash the Boot Image included in the files by doing "fastboot flash boot_ab boot.img". (Recovery) ・ Reboot into Recovery Mode by doing this command "fastboot reboot recovery". ・ Once in Recovery, go into "Format Data/Factory Reset". (DOING THIS STEP WILL WIPE YOUR DATA) ・ Then go back into the main menu, ang go into Apply Updates -> Apply from ADB. ・ Check if the device is connected by doing "adb devices", it should be in Sideload Mode. ・ Finally, Sideload your ROM by performing this command : "adb sideload rom_name.zip" and reboot.
    You're done with flashing!

    Downloads :
    - New Release (Updated since post day)
    - Pixel Experience 12.1 : [Download Link]
    - Recovery (Boot Image) : [Download Link]

    Contributors :
    - Yair for maintaining the ROM. (not anymore)
    - Cosmin for his Mi 11 Kernel.
    - me and Tofu for the page. (yes)

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    Fixes :
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    Most Sound Glitches
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    USB Configuration page is gray out
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    Boot take 3+ minutes
    Quick tap is missing

    Guide :
    Check for it on the initial post!

    Download :

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    New Pixel Experience Build!

    Fixes :
    FOD
    Fast Charging
    Dual Sim
    Better Adaptative Brightness
    Most Sound Glitches
    Calls with echo

    Bugs :
    Boot take 3+ minutes
    USB Configuration page is gray out
    Quick tap is missing

    Download :

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    Maintained by Yair.
    Posted here by kota.
    Have a nice day!

    Mi 11 AOSP Flashing Guide. (by kota)

    X) WARNING :

    I'm not responsible if anything happens, flashing this ROM Is your choice.
    Make sure that you have a backup if you have any important data that you need to keep.
    Flashing a ROM will need you to format data (except in Dirty Flashing case).

    1) Download and flash MIUI 13.0.6.X (xiaomi.eu highly recommended)
    - Link to download a xiaomi.eu ROM : https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/miui-13-stable-release.64441/

    - If you are using a xiaomi.eu MIUI ROM :
    * Extract the ROM and then go into Fastboot by pressing POWER and VOLUME-.
    * Launch "fastboot_first_install_with_data_format" (The File Extension depends on what system you are using).
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    Start ADB on Administrator Mode, drag the boot image from the post into your ADB Folder and run this command :

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    3) Booting into ArrowOS Recovery and Wiping Data.

    * Reboot on Recovery Mode by pressing POWER and VOLUME+)
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    4) Sideloading you ROM.

    * Go into "Apply Update", then go into "Apply from ADB". Then do "adb devices" on ADB to make sure that your device is connected.
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    5) Reboot and Enjoy your ROM!

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    X) Rooting your ROM. (Optional)

    * Releases of Magisk can be found here.

    * Go into Recovery,
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    I have only one Problem on all A12 AOSP roms. I dont know it came from the rom or from my MI11, but on miui i dont have the problem. I Always run Dark mode and i have the problem that it looks like the screen changing brightness or color level randomly, black color elements randomly changing color to dark gray and black again. I have this bug often at the Settings background and on all google apps and on Opera GX to. Sorry my english is not the best, i hope its understandeble. I can try tomorrow to make a video, but it looks like the greyscale from the background changes randomly for 1-3 seconds and i have the problem on real amoled black to, its for 1-2 seconds randomly gray.

    Easy, it's because changing refresh rate 60/120hz, create flikering.
    We have talk in TG, so for people read here :
    - Dev settings > Always force peak refresh rate
    or
    Using a smart and friendly app called "SmartHertz" for choose refresh rate like you want by app / UI
    It's a XDA Dev friend, thanks to Miguel alias @Naprzod
    https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/app-root-nonroot-smarthertz-control-your-display-refresh-rate.4383823/