bootloop after flashing xiaomi.eu 8.8.30


WhiteRose

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Nov 2, 2017
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okay I fixed it, I just had to format data after flashing the rom, damn I'm so glad I got it back to work, thanks again @Badrsj without your help I would not be able to fix this
 
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Badrsj

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Congrats, so the key was formatting data happy for you

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hoangduyactpro

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Go to TWRP format all, factory reset all, wipe all,

then

Go in TWRP > Advanced > ADB Sideload
Create a folder called 'rom' and put it in your Downloads folder. ( On PC)
Put your downloaded OS in it and rename it to rom.zip.

1. Start cmd.exe
2. Type cd Downloads
3. Type cd rom
4. Type adb devices and make sure you see your phone
5. Type adb sideload rom.zip
 
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Badrsj

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Go to TWRP format all, factory reset all, wipe all,

then

Go in TWRP > Advanced > ADB Sideload
Create a folder called 'rom' and put it in your Downloads folder. ( On PC)
Put your downloaded OS in it and rename it to rom.zip.

1. Start cmd.exe
2. Type cd Downloads
3. Type cd rom
4. Type adb devices and make sure you see your phone
5. Type adb sideload rom.zip
I think we should have the f2fs formatting and these steps PINNED

They're vital and needed by all people going thru this, and will remain needed

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