So it is not essential to switch to the new twrp?There is nothing new in the newer version TWRP tho. It just changes the device identity into Venus, in order to suit some Chinese third-party MIUI-based ROM. And the new version TWRP doesn't support flashing official MIUI ROM anymore.
Install TWRP with Fastboot command "fastboot boot twrp.img", format data (with YES) and install Xiaomi.euHi any step by step guide ?
how to install TWRP and install Xiaomi.eu stable ? I have CN version Mi 11 which I unlocked and installed stock EU ROM via Fast Boot about few weeks ago
It is not permanent recovery. You have to run TWRP by ADB. fastboot boot TWRP.img then you have to do faktory data, run again TWRP by ADB, send rom to SD and flash via TWRP."C:\Program Files (x86)\Minimal ADB and Fastboot>fastboot flash recovery mi-11-twrp3.5.1-recovery-v21.5.10_decrypted.img
target reported max download size of 805306368 bytes
sending 'recovery' (129320 KB)...
OKAY [ 4.644s]
FAILED (remote: (recovery_a) No such partition)
finished. total time: 4.644s"
(Mi 11 8/256GB, rom global, unlocked)
I have flashed twrp many times with no success.
Thanks for your help.
If you do not change the type of rom stable / stable, weekly / weekly eu rom, you will not lose your data both with fastboot commands and with twrpHey guys, i have xiaomi.eu firmware version 12.5.5, i'am not able to update via common update in phone settings, because i have to run it via twrp or fastboot.
Because i have all my data and phone configured as i like it (and i dont want to reconfigure it) the question is next.
Will i have to wipe my phone data after installing twrp via ADB?
Will i have to wipe phone data installing new xiaomi.eu update?