- Sep 9, 2020
Restart the phone and hold down:Vol UP+pwr.
OK, that did it. Apparently, TWRP is still thereRestart the phone and hold down:Vol UP+pwr.
Now that the Twrp is installed, depending on the format of the update, you will use Ota then the Twrp or the pc for a fastboot.
It will just be an update, no need to wipe or anything.
If the next roms are hybrids, you can use the method that suits you.
Every time you do a clean Flash even for an update?OK, that did it. Apparently, TWRP is still there
I m talking about flashing a future (fastboot) ROM
Not an update, but clean install
Therefore, next time a fastboot ROM is released for the device, if I install (via PC), will this wipe out everything? And I mean, everything, including TWRP. This is what I wanted from the begining
But for now, I have no choice but to use TWRP, as there is no fastboot ROM for MIUI14
Just curiousIf I find some time later tonight, I might give it a go to install some of the more 'critical apps'
I ve read quite a few stories of people not being able to use their bank app (its kind of useless if I m not able to use my bank app for the OTP!)
I ll just go on and try it. No intention of installing safetynet or other such apps
It's been a while, here's the last one.does anyone know when the fastboot version of miui 14 will be released?
I meant the Stable release not the weekly one as there is only TWRP now!It's been a while, here's the last one.
You didn't read carefully. The rom is hybrid, meaning you can flash it either way.I meant the Stable release not the weekly one as there is only TWRP now!
Currently, not the stable.You didn't read carefully. The rom is hybrid, meaning you can flash it either way.
Ah I see the stable one for 11u is recovery only...Currently, not the stable.
You too, You didn't read carefully.Ah I see the stable one for 11u is recovery only...
But you shouldn't be using stable really. When it has issues you have to wait for months to get it fixed. Weekly will get features and fixes quicker
Nevertheless, it was for himYou too, You didn't read carefully.
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federocksnot to me.
Was wondering - why the bootloader cannot (or should not) be locked after flashing with a xiaomi.eu ROM?You too, You didn't read carefully.
This message is for
federocksnot to me.
Xiaomi Eu rom is a custom rom, some parts of the system are modified.Was wondering - why the bootloader cannot (or should not) be locked after flashing with a xiaomi.eu ROM?
Is it because the xiaomi.eu is not considered 'official' per se?
If that is the case, if I was to flash the Global ROM onto my original CN device, would I be able to lock the bootloader after flashing?
Because with xiaomi.eu ROM, one of my banking apps refuses to install properly and I presume this may have to do with the fact the bootloader is unlocked..
Santander app refuses to workXiaomi Eu rom is a custom rom, some parts of the system are modified.
You cannot lock the bootloader with a CN phone on a non-CN rom.
For your banking apps, try rooting+Magisk+zygisk+safetynet modules.
Check if the play store is certified.
What exactly is the problem with the banking app?
By 'invisible' - you mean that the apps think that the bootloader is locked, yes?On a Xiaomi Eu rom the unlocking of the bootloader is invisible.
Yeah, we tried that, no luckLong press Santander icon app/information/permissions,grant all/autostart enable/unrestricted battery saver/restart and try.
Apart from the fact many here report that although the .eu ROM is more feature packed, the Global is a bit more fuild/stable!By 'invisible' - you mean that the apps think that the bootloader is locked, yes?
So there is no real benefit of going Global then
Whether it's a Weekly or a stable, the scripts are the same on Xiaomi Eu roms.Sorry i dont have the xiaomi.eu weekly rom but i know that eliterom is based on it so i guess the files and folders inside are similar if not the same. As far as i see it is very similar. I just wanted to show him step by step what to do.
To be hones it is hard to determine what exactly is the topic bcs he wants an EU rom which is not buggy and everything works fine, has saftynet and etc passed, doesnt want twrp.
I'm not a pro and just wanted to help with my little knowledge. Peace
For Xiaomi EU roms regardless of whether they are in ZIP or Fastboot.zip only the way of installing them is different.So basically you imply that recovery (TWRP) is the preferred path
If I understood correctly, the biggest (?) advantage of chosing a recovery ROM (instead of a fastboot one) is the benefit of having OTA afterwards, right? (and maybe simplicity of having the GUI - that is TWRP)
Now, to put this the other way - what's the disadvantage of chosing the recovery ROM over a fastboot one? Is there any? (other than the need to have to install an 'extra layer' - that is TWRP)
So that ROM that was just released (xiaomi.eu_multi_MI11Pro_MI11Ultra_V220.127.116.11.TKACNXM_v14-13.zip) is a recovery ROM. right? If so, the latest twrp (v3.7.0 from https://eu.dl.twrp.me/star/) will work for this brand new MIUI 14?
Sorry i dont have the xiaomi.eu weekly rom but i know that eliterom is based on it so i guess the files and folders inside are similar if not the same. As far as i see it is very similar. I just wanted to show him step by step what to do.Why post the script of the Elite rom which is different from the Xiaomi EU rom which is the topic on this thread.
Indeed, they are called BETA but for the used for several years on different Xiaomi, I can say that they are really Stable.Hey, its all cool
I ve decided to try the weekly (.eu)
I m just not fond of having to go the TWRP way
Even though TWRP offers a GUI, for me the Fastboot way is far more user friendly - as you can't make mistakes really. You just need to have the device in Fastboot mode, connect it, and run the .BAT. Nothing can go wrong other than the phone not properly connected (worse case, unable to flash). That's gotta worth something
I just hope that I m lucky as far as stability goes, as the weekly is essentially 'BETA'
And looking at the "DEV" threads for each weekly, it's really hard to tell which is a more 'stable' weekly
I hope that the few quirks I ve noticed with the latest stable (V18.104.22.168.TKACNXM) are sorted here
If not, I see no other way but to try EEA (which I don't think will have the same issues)
For what is worth, I ll post my impressions here as I go along
Official here:Regarding TWRP, do I get the latest version (skkk) or the one from TeamWin? (because both are intended for 11 Ultra I think - codenamed "star")
My guess is skkk, which also says "A12"
Then I can use "xiaomi.eu_multi_MI11Pro_MI11Ultra_V22.214.171.124.SKACNXM_v13-12.zip", which seems to be latest
I plan to use this guide - I hope it is accurate (it says "unofficial"!)