Anti rollback only work on stock rom miui firmware, not on custom roms. If you downgrade using official rom (fastboot), most likely you will bricked your device. Xiaomi eu is custom roms. You will have no problem installing this rom and you are safe from anti rollback. You can upgrade and downgrade as long as you are on custom roms. As for restoration to stock rom firmware, just incase you want to revert to official stock rom, make sure you remember what version of official you currently is right now to avoid accidently downgrading your current firmware. This is your base firmware.Hi People, I bought a used mi8 and it came in this version of print. I do not know if the bootloader is officially / unofficially unlocked, i just know it's unlocked. I would like to install MIUI.eu but I am afraid because of the anti-rollback of the android 9. So, can I install the 8.10.11 of MIUI.eu without problems? Do I do the normal main post procedures?
Propably, my mi8 is the chinese version with ROM Global installed after.
I also had lags on my F1 with Magisk installed, removed Magisk and everything is fine !Had to go back to 8.9.20. This version gave me unacceptable lags and bad performance on my Pocophone. The worst thing is that I could not load my nandroid backup and had to reinstall everything (by the way, given that I was starting from 0 I installed 8.10.11 from scratch with the same bad results). I guess I'll stick with my buggy 8.9.20 version until a Stable release is available for my Poco