Most likely caused by restoring old settings (Stable ROM?) from a backup (usually Google backup, as far as we're informed).mi9 lite / pyxis . It does not allow to enter the sound menu. it crash and returns to launcher
Can't it just be installed from Play Store by those who actually need it? For most people it's just another space-consuming bloat...Hello there,
I am a blind Xiaomi.eu user.
Unfortunately, there is no talkback application on xiaomi.eu systems and I have to get support from someone else after the rom installation. Xiaomi.eu hosts the Google TTS app. Can you add the Google Talkback application for future versions as well?
This is really a very important requirement for me and other blind users.
I believe you will show understanding.
Talkback is on playstore. But you've installed a xiaomi.eu rom and there is a setup screen that you must complete after your device boots up.
While I can't confirm this happening with all of the navbar buttons, it seems to happen only if the Home button is selected for the shortcut action, and only if AOD is enabled (if AOD is disabled, then the fingerprint icon is shown normally when the screen turns off).
Boot to TWRP and DeleteDoes anybody know how to delete the data of gallery app? It keeps consuming huge amiunt of energy, but there's ~no delete data option... In logcatX I can see multiple error reports...
About the 2 first, isn't that the apk itself? Also, what's gonna happen if I delete these data? If I read well it might cause problems with cloud sync, but I ~don't sync my gallery to the cloud anyways. Currently the apk data are ~3.5gb, what might contain these (also I think I've read these aren't thumbnails).Boot to TWRP and Delete
The apk is in your system/priv-app/MiuiGalleryAbout the 2 first, isn't that the apk itself?
What's gonna happen? Well exaclty what you intended...gallery app.data will be clearedAlso, what's gonna happen if I delete these data?
I don't use cloud sync either so never had issue clearing gallery data using this methodIf I read well it might cause problems with cloud sync, but I ~don't sync my gallery to the cloud anyways.
OK, I deleted them from twrp and also flashed the rom without rebooting (maybe it would help). I ~don't know if it's fixed, but I think not...Boot to TWRP and Delete
Wipe cache & dalvik
ot every "error" has a negative impact on user experience.OK, I deleted them from twrp and also flashed the rom without rebooting (maybe it would help). I ~don't know if it's fixed, but I think not...
In logcat an error that was very prominent seems to have dissapeared, while another one which appears ~everytime screenshot seems to have stayed, so half a win?
I'll probably wait till next update to find out...
So using USB-OTG you can instantly use the twrp I have now and safely upgrade some versions up until I reach the newest one?With your ROM version 20.12.28/29, you currently have installed, you have a TWRP installed which does not decrypt. If you go into this TWRP (Pwr & Vol+ buttons) you will be able to install the new ROM using a USB memory stick, through OTG (USB-OTG)
Using USB-OTG, and only upgrading a few versions (also weekly ROM -> weekly ROM), you should be able to install this over the top - ie. dirty install - without losing any data. Yes - you clear the Dalvik and cache, and also (if you can get to the root) delete the /data/system/package_cache folder.
It is always wise to back up before you update the weekly ROMs. You will need to research for yourself which method of backup you will be happiest with. I am not sure whether you can backup with TWRP without decrypting - I've never tried it. If you can, I think that this is one of the best methods of backup. And you may also want to backup your separate files, eg. photos, etc.
Sorry if its silly but flash twrp 3.5.0 means:So, 1)create a nadroid backup 2)flash the latest mbtwrp (3.5.0) 3)update from within twrp after booting into it (for more info see the rest of this exactly thread and here: https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads...d-for-mi-10-umi-use-lp-plus-extra-tips.59306/
Notice: flash the new twrp, don't do fastboot boot twrp.img, otherwise you'll end up causing a conflict between the old and new twrp and then.... things might go bad.. Remember, you can ~only restore the backup with the twrp you made it, otherwise it may cause twrp incompatibility issue. I'd probably update the guide I shared above, but too busy today, spent ~6hours yesterday dealing with the twrp issue.. Also if yiu think the version leap is too big, firdt update to a slightly older version that this and then to this one.)
Depends on what twrp you have. There is the little turtle, the 1206 and the latest mbtwrp (3.5.0). In the guide I shared I've given some info about them. Probably nobody has tried using the mbtwrp with versions before February as it appeared only lately. I think the first upgrade should be done by booting (fastboot boot twrp.img) into the 1206 twrp and the second )to the todays) rom by flashing (fastboot flash recovery twrp.img) and using the mbtwrp.