what do you recommend to install this rom version?
Today I updated my F2 Pro to version 21.9.22 and since then I have not been able to root it.
Am I the only one? Anyone have a solution please? Thanks in advance
Yeah it doesn't currently work but not the end of the world. I'm getting an 8gb/256gb version soon & just didn't want to go through the hassle of setting it all up with apps etcOk, then yes, use TWRP to install Weekly ROM updates and if you speak about TWRP backup, it should work but I can't confirm it for your device.
i had widevine l1 but at the moment i dont haveWidevine support is device-related, look this thread: https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/info-widevine-l1-support.61064/
How do you check Widevine? Use DRM Info app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.androidfung.drminfoi had widevine l1 but at the moment i dont have
from what i read when i was thinking of buying the f3 its because the processor gets hot because it is actually an overclocked 865. No need to monitor it,you can't do anything,its a known issue,i don't believe there is a fix. put battery on balance if you have it on performance,it will keep the processor cooleri have a big problem in the miui 12.5 developer options there is an option called power monitoring
with this you could monitor the fps and the temperature and other (for me unimportant) things
Since I updated to the beta, the temperature display is no longer available on the stabel and on the official software it is still available. I need it, so I also monitor the display dimming of my poco f3 (it dims at 45 degrees (which is very little my tablet runs at 45 degrees when I watch youtube and also has an oled display so nothing with burn in, I have used for 4 years a galaxy a3 2017) never dimmed, never burned.)How do I get the temperature display back I need it urgentlyView attachment 38949
yes i checked with drmHow do you check Widevine? Use DRM Info app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.androidfung.drminfo
You can't restore it for now (like written in the thread I gave).
1) We disable what we can, whenever we find it, especially analytics and ads. We can't possible clean every instance of analytics, that would require decompiling almost all of Xiaomi apps. That document tells me little that I don't already know. Content filtering is used for ads displayed by Xiaomi in China, we don't have ads in our ROMs at all, so nothing to care about. As for "risk of leakage of user data" due to SIM registration and Xiaomi Cloud services... well, zero that we can do about it. Those are required for Xiaomi online services that come with MIUI, touching this will mess up services like Mi Account, Xiaomi Cloud, etc.I'm not spreading 'conspiracies' as you deem it. This is published in international news backed with technical document by a EU government.
I thought since xiaomi.eu rom is well-known for debloating, and cleaning away chinese stuff, ads, analytics; that this will be relevant for a weekly rom thread.
But I find your over-reactions to me and in the other thread very strange and troubling, it is not like you are representing xiaomi or have a need to defend them. Also surprising to see you simply dismissing everything away as a 'conspiracy' for someone who I assume is from EU, a region well-known for protecting privacy and personal information.
And yes I admit it was my mistake for not searching before posting so I will end everything here.