HyperOS 1.0 24.2.26


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John778

Personally, I would try installing NON-HLOS.bin from the EEA fastboot ROM.
1. ROM must be in fastboot format
2. Extract a file called modem.img or non-hlos.bin from the firmware .tgz file using an archive utility like 7-Zip or WinRAR.
3. Flash it using fastboot using an appropriate command, such as:
Code:
fastboot flash modem non-hlos.bin
fastboot reboot

I cannot guarantee a successful outcome.
 
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Mondrian POCO F5 Pro is OK. Kudos to the devs.
Only the "Security - Cleaner" as well as the "Settings - Screen time" widgets still don't add to the App Vault.
The latter; 'To be able to use widgets, update "Settings" first.'
Do more Mondrian users have the same problem?
 
good morning everyone, I see that the connection is faster than the previous time but not very fast, even though I have Vodafone with 1 gigabyte speed the computer is unable to go beyond almost 600 kB/s. very, very strange. see you later for other considerations.
 

John778

Personally, I would try installing NON-HLOS.bin from the EEA fastboot ROM.
1. ROM must be in fastboot format
2. Extract a file called modem.img or non-hlos.bin from the firmware .tgz file using an archive utility like 7-Zip or WinRAR.
3. Flash it using fastboot using an appropriate command, such as:
Code:
fastboot flash modem non-hlos.bin
fastboot reboot

I cannot guarantee a successful outcome.
Thks @gogocar62 for your help but i have already tried to flash the non-hlos.bin file with no success. Anyway, appreciate your help.
 
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Can someone explain to me the difference between the dev version and the stable one. I am interested in installing this version, it is my first time.
 
Can someone explain to me the difference between the dev version and the stable one. I am interested in installing this version, it is my first time.
What does it sound like to you? If you want a ROM with as little as possible bugs, choose stable ROM.
If you want to be up to date regarding new features and you can live with a few bugs sometimes, choose developer (weekly) ROM.
The stable ROM would be a good daily driver for a newbie.
 
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What does it sound like to you? If you want a ROM with as little as possible bugs, choose stable ROM.
If you want to be up to date regarding new features and you can live with a few bugs sometimes, choose developer (weekly) ROM.
The stable ROM would be a good daily driver for a newbie.
I understand, thanks for clarifying the hard part, but something else and sorry for bothering, is it literally updated weekly?
 
- Weekly ROM released every weekend (updates can be skipped)
- Stable ROM usually in the range of 60-90 days
 
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FUXI OK! Thanks for your great work.
Still has some chinese characters.
 

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I have a Chinese xiaomi 13 pro "nuwa", my operator uses B28 bands, so the Chinese rom did not work for my operator, I released the bootloader and installed the EU rom believing that I could use the B28 band, do you know if it is possible?
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SourceForce: Scheduled maintenance is complete. SourceForge is back to full capacity.

It is working now :)

Downloading shennong rom...

Thank you for your hard and amazing work Devs!
Just curious, is it working properly? Have you experienced any heavy bugs?
 
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