All the answers you need are in the OP ... Why you all keep repeating the same question every day ???
Use you eyes to read !
what is your question ?IMPORTANT !
. NO firmware change is needed from the user side, so don't repeat this question many times ... just read up again !
Ok, so, there's no "recommendation" , ok, so the latest available for your device version is the real answer 0.8 for global, EU and 0.9 for India variant
I was on this recovery: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-xiaomi-poco-x3-decryption-fix-surya.4203187/ , when I got this. is that happens cause of recovery?that's what happend after the last vendor update, why? what what did I do wrong? it's not my first flash your vendor. can I, somehow, go back to my system, without any wipes? wipe cache/dalvik didn't help.
the device going back to fastboot after following your tutorial with your twrp
Here you go:
/* * I'm not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed (like it did for me...). * Please do some research if you have any concerns about features included in the products you find here before flashing it! * YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you. * Your warranty will be void if you tamper with any part of your device / software. * Same statement for XDA. */
... so, I can confirm that this is indeed working nicely, flashed RW vendor for Surya, just for the sake of the functionality, because I'm not sure about benefits I can get from writeable vendor (forgive my ignorance)...PREREQUISITE
- adb enabled (developer options)
- root (Magisk/SU)
- adb for Windows (Minimal ADB and Fastboot, provided)
- USB cable always connected
LIVE Flashing :
dd if=/sdcard/vendor.img of=/dev/block/dm-1
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Reboot your phone right away ... then use your File/Root Explorer to test the mount RO/RW option and reboot again to check that there is no bootloop !
If you have the madness and the paranoia with security like Google, you can still re-enable AVB/Verity again ... But you will not be able to mount /vendor RW again even with root until you reflash the provided vendor.img again !
tune2fs -O verity /dev/block/dm-1
Check the full tutorial here to build your own custom vendor ... if you want !