"normal" is when you (re)install ROM..., it erases all modifications of my patch.
So I don't know how the security patch date downgrading detection (prevent from booting to system) is actually working... :(
Yes, you are correct. :)
EDIT: About "MIXM= Global; EUXM= EEA?", you are correct too.
MIUI 11 Stable thread is here => https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/miui-11-0-stable-release.52628/
Follow SourceForge or AndroidFileHost download link and use "CTRL" + "F" to search for the word...
Nope, I need to wait for a new Global ROM version with updated Android security patch to create a new "Universal" conversion/info patch. ;)
But that's not an issue to not match the "real" security patch date info. :)
Here is infos from 20.7.2 build.prop file (without "Universal"...
If you can't access mega.nz, maybe blame your DNS provider... ;)
Try to change your DNS => Go in phone settings > Connection and Share > Private DNS > Private DNS provider hostname > write one.one.one.one and save.
EDIT: Should already have cloudflare DNS on xiaomi.eu ROM... Go to this website...
It should be possible but you will need to install a "patch" to be able to boot because the fingerprint build & security patch date infos are older in weekly ROM... ;)
What's the current Android security patch date of your ROM?
OK but what's the problem? You never saw an update? ^^
If it's about "Weekly" update info, it's just a typo => https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/miui-12-xiaomi-mi-9-offering-weekly-update-on-stable-branch.56386/
It's safe to update so.