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Question Xiaomi redmi note 10 is hard bricked please save me

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yurihbatista

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Moto G5S
Redmi Note 10
If you can't flash stock, check "fastboot getvar snapshot-update-status". If it's snapshotted or merging, try "fastboot snapshot-update cancel" and try flashing stock with MiFlash again.
Maybe there's some problem with the ROM too, you can try wiping user partitions with "fastboot -w" and system partition with "fastboot reboot fastboot" and then "fastboot erase system". "Fastboot erase system" may not work since you have a custom recovery, so maybe you should flash the stock one first. And, also, sometimes you'll need to clean the other system slot, so if you're in the a slot "fastboot set_active b" may work, and if you're in b, "fastboot set_active a". This works either in bootloader and fastbootd.
 
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Pachunko

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You can't see data in TWRP because your phone is encrypted with PIN/pattern. Even if you didn't set it up, as soon as you failed to boot in crDroid (stuck at logo) the encryption was done and TWRP is useless for you now.

Do this now:
1. Download latest (12.0.4) MIUI fastboot rom for your region here: https://xiaomirom.com/en/rom/redmi-note-10-mojito-global-fastboot-recovery-rom/.
2. Download MI flash tool from official Xiaomi site: https://xiaomiflashtool.com/
3. Hold vol down + power until you see fastboot logo
4. Connect your phone to pc with usb cable (use usb 2.0 port)
5. Open device manager on your PC - look for "Android" category - expand - Bootloader interface should be there
6. Open Fastboot rom downloaded in step 1 with 7-zip. Extract folder starting with "images"
7. Open Mi flash tool - Refresh - you should see your device serial number listed (if not click "Drivers" and install)
8. Click flash and locate images folder - select it
9. Now the flashing should begin - after it's done your phone should reboot to MIUI logo and you're back on stock rom, wait ~10 mins and it will boot

If you can't flash because of the "snapshotted state" error you'll need ADB/Fastboot installed and run cmd command from where "fastboot.exe" is located. But first try these steps and let us know how it goes. If you encounter error that is also easily resolved.
 

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    It's recommend to write in English.

    But if you meant what you wrote in Topic title. Then, Yes !

    It's hard to brick since it has Snapdragon.
    I think I think he is saying that he has hard bricked his phone and wants help
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    If he answers, he's not dead.
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    If you cannot help him stop beating around the bush and trying to troubleshoot when you know nothing about the bypass..

    I'm here for help. Read carefully... It's for Everyone.

    Every NOTE series device needs authentication to flash Stock Fastboot ROM which only mi Service Centre can do.

    You cannot bypass the authentication since there's no firehose file available yet for Note 10 Series.

    My phone hard bricks every other day as i try to boot so many sgSi every day.. And i recover it everytime.


    The trick is to use MI FLASH old version from 2017 (Mi_Flash_20170425) only. Make sure Qualcomm drivers are properly installed.

    After extracting fastboot ROM, place the ROM Folder in C drive and rename. The folder should look like this..

    mojito_in_global_images_V12.0.4.0.RKGINXM

    Now connect phone using fastboot.. Select Clean All in MI Flash TOOL.. Refresh and load the Folder from C drive,

    Then click FLASH... Wait for 755 secs. DEVICE will boot automatically to MIUI.
    Cheers>>>>>>
    You've succesfully unbricked your REDMI NOTE 10.
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    If you can't flash stock, check "fastboot getvar snapshot-update-status". If it's snapshotted or merging, try "fastboot snapshot-update cancel" and try flashing stock with MiFlash again.
    Maybe there's some problem with the ROM too, you can try wiping user partitions with "fastboot -w" and system partition with "fastboot reboot fastboot" and then "fastboot erase system". "Fastboot erase system" may not work since you have a custom recovery, so maybe you should flash the stock one first. And, also, sometimes you'll need to clean the other system slot, so if you're in the a slot "fastboot set_active b" may work, and if you're in b, "fastboot set_active a". This works either in bootloader and fastbootd.
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    Well, I tried to edit my previous comment and accidentally posted it again. Now I don't have the privilege to delete it, so, that's it, at least I can edit it and make a fool of myself.