The "Find device" function (i.mi.com) does not work. I have installed the latest stable ROM (xiaomi.eu_multi_HMK20ProMI9TPro_V220.127.116.11.RFKCNXM_v12-11). The message in the attached screenshot is displayed.
I have activated the Find device function in my Mi account and the mobile data and...
Installed 18.104.22.168 on mi 9t pro. The volume is very low in calls and speakers. For example, Waze. In the previous versions of MIUI, sound set at 3/4 was sufficient. Now, with volume at 100%, is not sufficient to hear most of indications of Waze. It is a general problem with this version of MIUI...
So, now I'm on EU ROM V22.214.171.124.QFKCNXM_v11-10. I suppose I need root access in order to replace bootanimation.zip - right?
Is there a solution to replace the "Phone model" from the Redmi K20 Pro to Mi 9T Pro?
For the moment, my phone is still blocked (so no root, no TWRP).
But I was able to extract the system files from the original Global ROM zip. You can find entire media folder (including bootanimation.zip) here.
Hope this helps!
I have 2 more days to wait until I can unlock the bootloader.
You just booted into TWRP to install the ROM? Didn't you install it for later use with "fastboot flash recovery recoveryimagename.img"?
my new Mi 9T Pro came with the latest Global Stable version (V10.3.2.0.PFKMIXM (MIUI10)). I want to install the latest Xiaomi.eu Stable ROM (xiaomi.eu_multi_HMK20ProMI9TPro_V10.4.6.0.QFKCNXM_v10-10.zip).
I know that Xiaomi.eu ROMs are based on Stable versions of China. Can I switch directly...
it would be great if you create a theme with a larger statusbar ((clock, %battery, signal icons and notifications).
Absolutely all the themes (from you or from other developers) have the stock statusbar of MIUI.
Please think of people who have a weaker view :):oops:o_O.
I noticed a new problem after update from xiaomi.eu 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52: I can't activate WiFi! When I put the WiFi switch to On, this return instantly to Off!
Do you have any idea what's going on?
UPDATE: In my case, it was a software problem. I downgraded to 184.108.40.206 >> Wi-Fi OK; after that I...
I have the same problem with my MI5, after update from xiaomi.eu 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168 I can't activate WiFi. When I put the WiFi switch to On, this return instantly to Off!
UPDATE: In my case, it was a software problem. I downgraded to 22.214.171.124 >> Wi-Fi OK; after that I updated again to...
I get the following error in TWRP (see attached screenshot). Any idea how can I solve it?
Update: Problem solved!
Cause: Magisk leftover
Solution: Manually deleted /data/custom_ramdisk_patch.sh
For that, I used File Manager inside TWRP (FM has root in TWRP).
I tried different versions of SuperSU installed from TWRP, followed by clearing cache_dalvik - without success.
I reinstalled xiaomi.eu Stable 126.96.36.199 (NAACNED) - problem not solved.
What I did before, different from other times: I tried to install 188.8.131.52 by Update app > Select the update...