That is indeed very strange, but it does not happen on my device (mi9). I have multiple alarms set, so I am often reading or doing something while the alarm goes on. The notification badge always appear on top and I can easily stop the alarm.
This patch is for mi-9t. As far as I remember, that patch deletes a file on mi-9t, which does not exist on our mi9. Unfortunately won't enjoy HD yet :(
Btw guys, you should always state about which version of mi9 your are talking about (aka which one do you have).
I have the 8/256 mi9 version...
Same here.. My wifes mi 9 has L1 on 9.10.10. mine has L3 (meanwhile I updated to 9.10.24, but still L3) I wonder, if that is related to the vendor image. While my wifes mi9 couldn't even see netflix on play store the first day, suddenly the next day netflix came up and the full certification...
this should be easy to fix, if you have a pc with adb installed on it. Once this is setup, you have to push the flashable magisk zip on a non-encrypted folder:
- connect phone to pc
- reboot your phone into twrp
- on pc open command line or terminal
- then push magisk by typing: adb push...
there might be something wrong with magisk then. I would suggest to remove magisk by flashing the magisk uninstaller via twrp. Boot once into android and then reboot back into twrp and flash magisk again.
Here you get all the related zips...
Well, that is the standard procedure ;)
- flash the rom
- flash magisk - not magisk manager - as the name states, the manger manages magisk :D
BUT: it sounds like you did not flash via twrp, just via the updater. So, download the rom and magisk and flash it via twrp and you will be fine and...
Ok, here are my 2ct on how I got v4a working.
My device: Mi 9 EE
v4a version: 2.7.1 (available on xda)
Installing by using the apk.
rooted with magisk (20.0)
In my case, it was selinux, which was preventing the driver installation.
1. Get some terminal emulator from store (i used material...