Here is a screenshot... I forgot the I was doing this test and the phone completely died...after charging a bit this is what the battery app was reading...it only charged for maybe 10-15 minutes when I took this reading....Have you checked again?
Enviado de meu Mi-4c usando Tapatalk
Thx buddy! Nice SOT I think I'll come back to 6.12.22
Very odd indeed.....try an earlier version of TWRP...OK, I carried on with the process: Flashing TWRP
6. Boot into fastboot, and flash TWRP
… and this is what happens when I try to check twrp:
Phone recovery always starts "Mi-Recovery"
I have tried flashing different twrp images with same result. The flashing process always seems OK, no error messages whatsoever. In fact, after flashing twrp, If I reboot with command: “fastboot boot twrp.img”, the phone boots with TWRP alright, then I shut down the phone and … when I reboot in recovery mode (VolumeUP + Power), the phone always boots with Mi-Recovery.
TWRP images tested so far:
1. twrp-for libra – aqua: (twrp-20170817-0823.img) for Mi4C (38.236 KB)
2. twrp-3.0.2-0-libra (for Android 5.1)
I simply don’t have a clue what I’m doing wrong. So at this point, I consider updating via Update Package to a different rom like the International (miui_MI4c_5.10.8_5b7ec5aad6_5.1), but before doing that, I wanted to know if flashing TWRP is possible with my current rom 6.1.7
I just thought of something ...are you using the command "fastboot flash recovery twrp.img" ? This will permanently flash the recovery...
Yes, I’ve tried that older version, as well as 5 other different twrp versions, they all flash OK, reboot (from fastboot) OK – new twrp appears on screen working OK, but ... when I shut down phone and try to reboot it again in twrp recovery, I always get the MI-Recovery. I tried many different ways of getting the twrp working, but … always end up with Mi-recovery
EXCELLENT !!!!¡¡¡ALELUYA!! OK, problem solved:
What I did was to install “twrp 3.0.2-0-libra” via Play Store (as recommended in TS WEB), and … voilà!, twrp working perfectly alright!
Then, I flashed to rom 6.12.22, where my Mi4C belongs to, and … from which, should have never changed.
Thanks Iamme729 for your continuous attention and support!!
All good experience...and you always learn something new...as far as the TWRP issue I have been using TWRP 188.8.131.52 TS without issues....
http://xiaomitips.com/guide/unlock-mi-4c-bootloader-without-official-permission/Hello, I bring up this old thread instead of opening a new one.
I have a mi4c in this situation:
- LOS 14.1 (Nougat 7.1.2) recently downgroaded via TWRP from AICP (Oreo 8.1)
- TWRP 184.108.40.206 (support both Lollipop and Nougat bootloader i think)
- firmware TS_libra_miui_8510
- locked bootloader
Because of some malfunctioning (cannot in any way connect to 4G, and i've no B20 problem with my actual carrier...) I would like to "reset" the phone (firmware, and other stuff) to old MIUI, and then upgrade everything up to the latest Xiaomi.eu stable (think MIUI 9, i don't want to go to 10 right now)
What's the right way to do it? i've read tons of guides, but they alway start form miui roms, not stock ones like me...and they all are slightly different.
I think i have to start with a fastboot old rom and mi flash, and then unlock bootloader with mi unlock?
Could someone please help me, pointing me to the right procedure