How To Guide TWRP 3.7.0_12 for VEUX/PEUX

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arraki

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Feb 26, 2014
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POCO X4 Pro
My device is Redmi note 11 pro+ 5G 2201116SI
At first when i flashed the twrp12.img I got the touch error so i tried a different version in this thread i tried boot.img from this link = "https://github.com/xiaomi-sm6375-devs/LineageOS_veux/releases/tag/20221003" i got stuck into the bootloop but after now that i have reinstalled the xiaomi rom.

Could you give me precise instructions for the fix for the twrp touch problem cause i seem to get stuck on a bootloop twice now.

I think i am gonna need precise instructions on how to install the Twrp recovery(And avoid the touch error).
This recovery is based on boot.img from global firmware 13.0.4 (this also includes all local firmware based on it), you have, as I understand it, the Indian version of the smartphone. I can't check how it will behave on all versions. If you have another firmware or custom, together with the recovery, you can try to put another vendor_boot.img from firmware 13.0.4
 

Ritik17

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This recovery is based on boot.img from global firmware 13.0.4 (this also includes all local firmware based on it), you have, as I understand it, the Indian version of the smartphone. I can't check how it will behave on all versions. If you have another firmware or custom, together with the recovery, you can try to put another vendor_boot.img from firmware 13.0.4
It works without a problem in the Indian device, using it with Global Miui .eu
Did not encounter any touch related issues, although vibration in the recovery doesn't work, is that a known bug?
 

meliodas_100

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could you provide instructions on how did you use the twrp which one did you flash first vendor or twrp or boot.img?


It works without a problem in the Indian device, using it with Global Miui .eu
Did not encounter any touch related issues, although vibration in the recovery doesn't work, is that a known bug?
 

meliodas_100

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I followed the guide and did not do anything else.

fastboot flash boot twrp12.img

If you have any touch issues, you could try flashing vendor_boot from the rom you are using.
First you flash the boot.img and then you install vendor_boot that is the method you used to flash a custom os. Atleast it worked for my device (2201116SI)
 

edubarbate71

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Jan 2, 2018
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POCO X4 Pro
Hello
I have the xiaomi.eu_multi_VEUXG_V13.0.4.0 rom installed on my redmi note 11 pro 5g. Once installed I rooted it and then installed twrp 3.7.0_12. When rebooting after TWRp installation, I lost root. How can you root again? I have tried to root again with the Magisk method, but the mobile does nothing. It stays in the recovery that the mobile brings by default

Greetings from Spain
 
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arraki

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Feb 26, 2014
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POCO X4 Pro
Hello
I have the xiaomi.eu_multi_VEUXG_V13.0.4.0 rom installed on my redmi note 11 pro 5g. Once installed I rooted it and then installed twrp 3.7.0_12. When rebooting after TWRp installation, I lost root. How can you root again? I have tried to root again with the Magisk method, but the mobile does nothing. It stays in the recovery that the mobile brings by default

Greetings from Spain
Well, just flash the archive with the magisk in the recovery, and that's it
 

Sneilas

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Dec 7, 2022
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Hello everyone, one user under the nickname yurxxl from the site 4 PDA, at my request, will assemble a recovery for us, it was his assembly that I posted in the topic.
He finally managed to defeat the decryption of the data section.Now the recovery normally decrypts this section.
I allowed myself to add a little bit from myself:now recovery can also flash/backup/and restore logical partitions, as well as vendor_boot
Download:
Installation method:
put in fastboot mode with the command
fastboot flash boot twrp12.img
I can't trust if you don't publish the sources.
 

Sneilas

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And don't, I don't care, everything suits me.
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Shrijon

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Oct 23, 2018
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India
Thank you m8.
I'v previously flashed vendor_boot some of test version of twrp.
Since I flashed vendor_boot by original image, TWRP works great.
Thanks again.
hey man im getting the same touch problem....i've flashed the vendor boot but its still not working. Can you post your vendor_boot.img and any other sols??
 

walek75

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Jan 16, 2009
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hey man im getting the same touch problem....i've flashed the vendor boot but its still not working. Can you post your vendor_boot.img and any other sols??
Download the correct firmware (right version) for your phone e.g. from the address: https://mifirm.net/model/veux.ttt# (get fastboot version of firmware), and extract vendor_boot.img from this firmware.
If you have RedmiNote 11 Pro 5G ver. 13.0.2.0(SKCEUXM), you can download the file I use from here: https://easyupload.io/vp3trd
 

arraki

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I updated the link with the recovery, added a new build,now the smartphone in the recovery is normally detected when connected to a computer, at the same time I did it with a new theme.
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F-Google

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Hello everyone, one user under the nickname yurxxl from the site 4 PDA, at my request, will assemble a recovery for us, it was his assembly that I posted in the topic.
He finally managed to defeat the decryption of the data section.Now the recovery normally decrypts this section.
I allowed myself to add a little bit from myself:now recovery can also flash/backup/and restore logical partitions, as well as vendor_boot
Download:
[URL]https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-0clCSKC3CBBYKQEu0qTWvpEq-6HuXl1/view?usp=drivesdk[/URL]
Installation method:
put in fastboot mode with the command
fastboot flash boot (the name of the recovery).img

send device trees + sus wallpaper be careful
 

Yogendra Kher

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Nov 27, 2014
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I updated the link with the recovery, added a new build,now the smartphone in the recovery is normally detected when connected to a computer, at the same time I did it with a new theme.
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Please share link of this new twrp...
Want to test it...
Will it work on aosp roms as in previous build we need to use vendor_boot from stock rom
 

arraki

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Feb 26, 2014
289
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POCO X4 Pro
Please share link of this new twrp...
Want to test it...
Will it work on aosp roms as in previous build we need to use vendor_boot from stock rom
The link was updated in the first post.
Yes, this recovery will also work on all customs, I specifically added the ability to flash vendor_boot so that you can put custom through this recovery without a computer at all.
 

fv1ede

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Aug 16, 2007
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Ede Holland
Hello,
I have some problems trying to install the recovery. Firstly when I try the direct approach ¨fastboot flash boot (recovery.img)¨ the device enters in a boot loop, even if I try to reboot into recovery the error says ¨(Status read failed No such device)¨ or (Too many links).
I tried to just boot into the TWRP.img and it fails to boot and the message says ¨(Too many links)¨.
Anyone has a solution/guide for this?
Hallo the medicine to this is take a old usb hub slow one
and the orginal usb cable its did the job here
I had the same problem first.
don,t ask me why but it works for me.
 

fv1ede

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Aug 16, 2007
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Ede Holland
Hello
I have the xiaomi.eu_multi_VEUXG_V13.0.4.0 rom installed on my redmi note 11 pro 5g. Once installed I rooted it and then installed twrp 3.7.0_12. When rebooting after TWRp installation, I lost root. How can you root again? I have tried to root again with the Magisk method, but the mobile does nothing. It stays in the recovery that the mobile brings by default

Greetings from Spain
flash twrp12mod recovery again it works for me and root the device again
i have the same problem
root works fine i,m on Ricedroid 8.5
if touch disapears flash stock vendor_ boot.
 

SoulessZero

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Just decided to get rid of Xiaomi's suspecious system, registered & requested to Unlock Bootloader but it will take 7 days to activate, WTF!

Does this TWRP recovery require Unlocked bootloader to install? Or just flash the TWRP image under OEM Fastboot?
 

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    Greetings, I wanted to comment on my experience with TWRP on Poco X4 Pro 5G VEUX, I installed version 3.7.0.12, and there were no problems, that is, every time I booted into recovery, I entered TWRP, but the problem is that I did a backup of the system from TWRP, checking all the boxes it offers, and it did it well, but when I wanted to restore that copy, I also checked everything to recover the phone as it was, after spending all the time necessary to restore, when the phone started , it doesn't start the system, but enters TWRP again. I already did wipe dalvik, but at most I got to the MUI icon on the screen, but it restarts. I have wiped even the data and logically, I started the system, but with the clean rom, without anything that I had copied. Has anyone used it to make a backup and that has resolved it well when restoring it? It's because TWRP interests me a lot because of the way to do the backup, that is, a complete image of the entire system just as you leave it. Thanks
    Yes, there is a jamb with recovery, I do not know why this is happening. I managed to recover quite normally a couple of times. Try to do this:if the smart after recovery does not want to boot, but reboot back into recovery, through the recovery file manager, delete everything from the users folder along the data/system path It always helps me, but just now I made a backup on purpose, the smartphone again did not want to boot, deleted this folder and the smart loaded. The only thing is, after that you will need to go through the initial settings.
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    Hello everyone, one user under the nickname yurxxl from the site 4 PDA, at my request, will assemble a recovery for us, it was his assembly that I posted in the topic.
    He finally managed to defeat the decryption of the data section.Now the recovery normally decrypts this section.
    I allowed myself to add a little bit from myself:now recovery can also flash/backup/and restore logical partitions, as well as vendor_boot
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    Download:
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    Installation method:
    put in fastboot mode with the command
    fastboot flash boot (the name of the recovery).img

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    Or in recovery, who has the old version installed, flash it to the "boot" section
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    Yes, the recovery is quite working, I flashed the stock firmware, and custom, and separately super.img. The backup does fine, but I have the firmware now xiaomi.eu 13.0.4, and I have a problem with recovery on it, although I found a solution
    By the way, the work on the recovery is still ongoing
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    I have a problem. TWRP boots fine but touch screen doesn't work.
    Using adb shell, I can decrypt the filesystem (twrp decrypt my_pin), install some add-on (twrp install ....), etc. What should I do to make touch screen to work properly?
    I have Redmi Note 11 pro 5G (VEUX) with MIUI 13.0.2 (SKCEUXM)
    If you flash stock vendor_boot.img, TWRP will be ok again.
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    Is this official? And what method can I use to load it on my Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G?
    This is of course an unofficial recovery. This recovery is suitable for Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G and Poco X4 Pro 5G,both of them have the codename VEUX,and PEUX,is the codename of the Indian version,which is called Redmi Note 11 Pro + 5G .Why the Chinese made such a mess is unclear. I corrected the name of the topic. The installation method was written in the post
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    So, you say we need to use the "fastboot flash boot" command instead of "fastboot flash recovery"? I feel a little insecure about that. But then how will the system boot? Never seen this before on my older devices.
    In the latest versions of android, recovery is in boot, so now it is installed this way.