MIUI 13 22.6.22


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ShahzadShahab

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what is adb for exactly? I've done these processes countless times and on at least 3 different devices and on different computers, I've never had to install adb, would it be for computers with old versions of windows that don't support communication with android correctly?
ADB is just a command prompt-like application that allows you to interact and flash TWRP on your devices, small tiny application and should run on all OS from Windows 98 all the way to Windows 11.

PS: I have just now added the link to ADB with all the information that you need to know about ADB and download link
 

Boksh

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After updating the latest weekly on mi10 ultra can't access banking app is disabled & detected as rooted
 

Synapsis

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I have a Mi10 can i still do a dirty install installing the new TWRP and Rom?
Also be for doing any thing should I copy the twrp.img and rom to the phone?
Thanks
 

ultimatepichu

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Hi devs and supporters,

Hopefully I'll not get flamed by asking, but I know it is explicitly mentioned that
Starting from 18 July 2022, there will be no Weekly ROMs for the following devices: Mi CC9 Pro/Mi Note 10/Pro, Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Lite Zoom, Redmi K30, Redmi K30 5G, Redmi K30i 5G, Redmi K30 Pro/POCO F2 Pro
I'm just curious if Mi10ultra (cas) will continue to receive weekly or not - since it belongs to the Mi10 group....

OT: Have we gone sooooo far from flashing via recovery that seems like many of the people here forget how to flash rom via recovery? :p
 
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Mohamad85

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You need to download the twrp from the link,
then:
rename downloaded twrp to twrp.img
1. fastboot command: fastboot boot twrp.img
(Change language with the right button, enter pin)
2. copy the downloaded twrp.img to the phone.
3. Install
4. Install Image -> choose twrp.img
5. Install Recovery Ramdisk
to check: back to main menu
6. reboot to recovery (should boot twrp again)
7. Then reboot to system

Then u can copy the weekly rom.zip to the phone and use the Updater App and choose reboot to recovery. There u choose install, zip install, choose the weekly zip and gooooooo
this step true,i follow and works for poco f3,thanks alot for this tutorial,very hard to find at youtube
 

exodius

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Instructions for A/B equipment ( All devices before Mi 11 era (except Mi 10S, Redmi Note 10 Pro Global iirc) are non-AB).

Updates via TWRP:
- Insert the ROM into the phone.
1. Download TWRP to PC and rename it to twrp.img https://dl.akr-developers.com/?dir=skkk/TWRP/A12/v3.7_A12
2. Connect the phone to the PC in fastboot mode.
3. Run TWRP fastboot command
Code:
fastboot boot twrp.img
4. Install ROM
5. Reboot system

How to change the language in TWRP.
After doing this, my TWRP is gone replaced by stock poco recovery. Does xiaomi EU OTA work without TWRP?
 

ultimatepichu

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A general guideline for everyone with A/B device:

Prerequisites:
1. Unlocked bootloader
2. Working ADB environment

Preparation (for Windows):
1. Download the custom recovery image (TWRP) of your phone to computer. Link: here.
2. Rename the image file to twrp.img
3. Download the weekly ROM to your phone from OP.
4. Connect your phone to your computer

Installation (for Windows):
1. Use explorer to navigate to the folder where the TWRP image is at.
2. Shift + right-click any empty spaces in the folder and select "Open in terminal" (or Powershell).
3. Reboot your phone into fastboot mode:
adb reboot bootloader
4. Replace stock recovery with TWRP recovery:
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
5. Reboot into TWRP recovery
fastboot reboot recovery
6. You are now in TWRP recovery. Decrypt data by entering your pattern/pin, if needed.
7. Change language if needed
7.1 Press the 2nd button from bottom right (= Settings)
7.2 Press the last tab (with "globe" symbol)
7.3 Press your preferred language
7.4 Press back button at bottom left to return to main menu
8. Press "Install" (top left button)
9. Browse to wherever your downloaded the ROM. It is a zip file. Select the zip file.
10. Swipe the arrow to right to confirm Flash
11. Prepare coffee/tea/me and wait for it to finish installation
12. Reboot your phone
13. Done.

Optional for root:
1. Extract stock boot.img from your ROM zip file.
2. Download Magisk Manager apk from official github.
3. Install Magisk via direct install.
Install > Direct Install (Recommended) > select the extracted stock boot.img > LET'S GO
4. Copy the new magisk_patched-xxx.img to your computer. Rename it to magisk.img
5. Flash the image
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot flash boot magisk.img
fastboot reboot
5. Do whatever else you need to do.:p

Hope it helps.
 
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josueafkaa

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before everything was simpler, the only issues we had were bootloop and unsuccessful data decryption
 

josueafkaa

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Is their is any further explanation for mi 10t on how to install this update,, for me this not too clear.
simply, smartphones that are now recovery, such as the mi10t, will have to install the new version of twrp, apparently it is the only one that works to decrypt the data and allow installing a new ROM, after that just install the ROM by twrp as always done
smartphones before android 12 were able to install twrp normally and have data decryption easily, but something changed in the structure of android 12, and to install twrp the command is now used: fastboot boot (twrp file path)
I think the command was used before: fastboot flash recovery (twrp path)
this is what I understood from all the discussions on the subject, and after a little research to understand at least how it works, I may be saying something wrong but that's it
this is where you will find all the versions of twrp, look for your smartphone which in your case has apollo codename, and then download the latest version which today is 3.6.2
if you have more doubts, just read the entire content of this community about this version of miui, don't think of your smartphone as the only one, the installations turn out to be the same for several devices, if you have doubts just get someone else's tutorial with the same type of rom than yours, which in this case is recovery and not fastboot.
and always read the first page of the discussion, there's always something interesting, either in the changelog or in the notices
 
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moarfish

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Instructions for A/B equipment ( All devices before Mi 11 era (except Mi 10S, Redmi Note 10 Pro Global iirc) are non-AB).

Updates via TWRP:
- Insert the ROM into the phone.
1. Download TWRP to PC and rename it to twrp.img https://dl.akr-developers.com/?dir=skkk/TWRP/A12/v3.7_A12
2. Connect the phone to the PC in fastboot mode.
3. Run TWRP fastboot command
Code:
fastboot boot twrp.img
4. Install ROM
5. Reboot system

How to change the language in TWRP.
I follow this guide to update my weekly ROM on Mi 11 Pro. but got error message. What should I do ? THank you
 

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moarfish

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try to install TWRP first then reboot again to TWRP to install rom.
I saw a post with Mi 11 Ultra nearly bricked the phone if install TWRP image. I don't want to take the risk.
gogocar62 guide can install the ROM just by fastboot boot twrp.img , don't have to install and take risk.
 
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josueafkaa

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I follow this guide to update my weekly ROM on Mi 11 Pro. but got error message. What should I do ? THank you
these messages appear when twrp was unable to decrypt the system, are you sure you installed twrp version 3.6.2?
it will only work if you carry out the steps, and from what I understand you are afraid to install this twrp version because someone else is almost bricked, well, if you have a backup of your data and do everything correctly you have nothing to worry about


guide can install the ROM just by fastboot boot twrp.img
it's not a fastboot rom, so it shouldn't be possible to install like that, only recovery
 
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moarfish

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these messages appear when twrp was unable to decrypt the system, are you sure you installed twrp version 3.6.2?
it will only work if you carry out the steps, and from what I understand you are afraid to install this twrp version because someone else is almost bricked, well, if you have a backup of your data and do everything correctly you have nothing to worry about



it's not a fastboot rom, so it shouldn't be possible to install like that, only recovery
The TWRP version is 3.6.2_12-Mi11Pro_v3.7_A12. My phone is Mi 11 Pro, should be fine? Thank you.
 
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moarfish

Reinstall the ROM
reboot the system even if it reports errors.
If the phone ends up in fastboot mode, repeat the procedure.
 
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kaziTuHiN

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1) From TWRP, make a backup of Boot (it will contain your already installed TWRP to Boot)
2) Install Magisk APK (this is only application, you have no root yet), download from Magisk Github
3) From Magisk app, choose Install on top, Patch and navigate to the backed-up boot.emmc.win (don't worry that it's not img - it is img, and you don't need to rename).
Do not enable Recovery option - leave as is
4) Reboot to TWRP and install the patched boot img to Boot.
Or even better, firdt from Fastboot:
fastboot boot <patched boot img>
and if it works correctly, then
fastboot flash boot <patched boot img>
or install then from TWRP as above

Alternatively, rename the downioaded magisk APK to install.zip and flash from TWRP - btw, you can try, TWRP should even recognize magisk APK as the installation ZIP if you don't rename


Then, you will have both TWRP and Magisk in your Boot. Normal boot will boot to System+Magisk, boot to recovery will boot to TWRP

And in future you can update Xiaomi.eu from your TWRP.

IWhen updating Magisk, just use the Magisk application, Install and take Direct install
Just Renamed Magisk.apk to magisk.zip & Flashed it using TWRP
It worked perfectly.
 

moarfish

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moarfish

Reinstall the ROM
reboot the system even if it reports errors.
If the phone ends up in fastboot mode, repeat the procedure.
No matter how many times I reinstall the ROM and reboot the system, it shows the same error message.
It reboot in to the old 22.6.15 weekly ROM after reboot system.
Thank you for your help.
 

jrvenge

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A general guideline for everyone:

Prerequisites:
1. Unlocked bootloader
2. Working ADB environment
3. Your phone must be encrypted (preferably via pattern+fingerprint)

Preparation (for Windows):
1. Download the custom recovery image (TWRP) of your phone to computer. Link: here.
2. Rename the image file to twrp.img
3. Download the weekly ROM to your phone from OP.
4. Connect your phone to your computer

Installation (for Windows):
1. Use explorer to navigate to the folder where the TWRP image is at.
2. Shift + right-click any empty spaces in the folder and select "Open in terminal" (or Powershell).
3. Reboot your phone into fastboot mode:

4. Replace stock recovery with TWRP recovery:

5. Reboot into TWRP recovery

6. You are now in TWRP recovery. Decrypt data by entering your pattern/pin
7. Change language if needed
7.1 Press the 2nd button from bottom right (= Settings)
7.2 Press the last tab (with "globe" symbol)
7.3 Press your preferred language
7.4 Press back button at bottom left to return to main menu
8. Press "Install" (top left button)
9. Browse to wherever your downloaded the ROM. It is a zip file. Select the zip file.
10. Swipe the arrow to right to confirm Flash
11. Prepare coffee/tea/me and wait for it to finish installation
12. Reboot your phone
13. Done.

Optional for root:
1. Extract stock boot.img from your ROM zip file.
2. Download Magisk Manager apk from official github.
3. Install Magisk via direct install.

4. Copy the new magisk_patched-xxx.img to your computer. Rename it to magisk.img
5. Flash the image

5. Do whatever else you need to do.:p

Hope it helps.
what a complete pain in the backside!
fastboot, plug in click update, finish. lol
 

jailbreaker

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I also had issues flashing updates for 11 Ultra via TWRP install zip. I ended up installing it with adb sideload xiaomi.eu_multi_MI11Pro_MI11Ultra_22.6.22_v13-12.zip and rooted with adb sideload Magisk-v25.1.apk which finally worked.
ADB-Sideload is reachable from the TWRP main menu -> Advanced.
is there guide link how to update via adb sideload? my twrp read storage but no file or folder displayed, i think it encrypted (twrp 3.6.2_12...)

after i change pattern to pin, twrp just fixed its displayed again (my storage)
now will search how to root my phone again
thanks
 
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KBorchers

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Thank you! Now i must find tutorial how to install it. I have installed twrp from a11 already. I hope not to brick the device
Did it work? An overall and detailed tutorial for non A/B devices would be very helpful.
 
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