No root. So I have to wait for next release I thinkI haven't tried it, but if you're rooted, install termux (terminal emulator for android) and run the 2 commands:
su settings put secure qs_media_resumption 0
It should probably work
Nothing changed except the weekly release.Exactly, nothing has changed on our side, hence not our problem.
Can't confirm it. I have the latest weekly ROM on my test Mi 11 Ultra, can access SIM card settings just fine. Can you try to make a logcat? Maybe it's due to dual SIM? (I have single).A couple of comments about loosing access to sim cards and network settings page. Looks like this is on the 11 Ultra too. When you try to access the menu, it returns to home page but both sim signal levels drop, Vowifi disappears and all recover, see screenshot. Didn't happen on last week's beta. It carrys on working after though.
ROMs for Redmi K30 5G (picasso) and Redmi K30i 5G (picasso_48m) have been reuploaded again, this time with Widevine L1 certificate renewal support.
We need a Mi 10 Lite Zoom (vangogh) user of Weekly ROM that can make a logcat with our test ROM, contact me if you're a vangogh user who wants L1.
No no, not system!My phone is using Xiaomi.eu Stable 12.0.4 and I want to use 12.5. I have a mi9t, how would the installation be? I am using TWRP-3.3.1-1109 for Redmi K20 --by wzsx150
Would it be as follows?:
1. Format Data
2. Wipe Dalvik, Cache, System, Vendor, Data, Internal
3. Transfer files to phone
4. Flash rom 12.5
5. Flash DFE
Help me please! thnks.
No no, not system!
From my guide:
a)Go to wipe tab->advanced
b)Wipe cache, davlink/art and data
c)Go back and wipe data (deletes apps + app data)
d)Do factory reset (deletes apps + app data)
e)From advanced tab, go to file manager and delete the folder /data/system/package_cache
(For updating roms in the future, just wipe cache and davlink)
Get a flash drive
Put inside the rom.zip
Connect it to the phone with otg.
Go to install tab and flash the rom from the otg storage
Do The wiping mentioned above again
Note that it is possible after you format data, your storage will be unmounted an you'll have to reboot normally and then back to the twrp. If it indeed happens, just move to the next step.