Go to Settings -> SIM cards & mobile networks -> tap on the SIM card -> Edit SIM card number.
And add your phone number starting with the 00 international prefix and the country code.
E.g. 00691234567 (in case your phone number is 01234567 and your mobile country code is 69) Mind that the...
I have went trough the painful initial settings yesterday, have installed and set up many apps. I would relock by the 'fasboot oem lock' command. I did not flash custom recovery, no root, etc.
Is it still safe to lock by the fastboot command, or only locking by mifash is recommended?
I have an Mi 9T Pro, bought it in 2019, then unlocked the bld as soon as it was possibe, flashed china stable fastboot rom then twrp then xeu stable rom and magisk.
After more than a year I went back the stock global stable rom (because of reasons) and I want to lock back the bld.
Magisk version: 21.4 (21400)
Manager version: 8.0.7 (4834) (15)
Manager is hidden with name 'GiskMa'.
TWRP directory has been already deleted from the internal storage. There are no files/directories matching *twrp* or *magisk* (case insensitive search pattern) on the internal storage. I have...
I installed 188.8.131.52 xeu rom on my Mi9T Pro in December, everything was working fine:
- Safetynet passed (no additional Magisk module needed).
- Gplay certified.
- Magisk Manager is hidden. Google, store and services are hidden in Magisk Hide.
- Banking apps were working.
- Work profile (created...
Try the following:
- Force close Magisk Manager
- Open terminal (e.g. Termux) and type:
- Open Magisk Manager and try hiding, it should not fail now.
- Go back to terminal and type:
It works on my Mi9T Pro (XEU ROM 184.108.40.206)
I saw another solution but not tested:
I usually do this way on a new phone:
MiFlash orig CN ROM
Format Data in TWRP (Not wipe Data! Format Data!)
Reboot to recovery from TWRP menu
Install Xiaomi.eu ROM in TWRP
Wipe Cache and Dalvik
If it does not work then try another TWRP.