Hi all, I've bought a Xiaomi Redmi 3s (2g/16gb version) and would like to install the xiaomi.eu ROM. To flash the ROM, first the TWRP recovery needs to be flashed using fastboot. The phone is recognized by fastboot, and the bootloader has already been unlocked succesfully using the Xiaomi unlocking tool. This has been checked using the 'fastboot oem device-info' command. The flashing seems to go fine, and the process finishes without any complaints, but in the end the stock recovery is still there on the phone. I've attached a screenshot of the fastboot commands and responses. I tried it with a laptop running Windows 10 and a computer running Windows 7, same result. Is there anybody who can help me? For the record, this is everything I already have done with the phone. Maybe this will help to find the problem. It came with the Chinese ROM installed, tried to flash the official global version using the 'updater' app, but I got the error 'Update couldn't be verified'. Tried several ROM's, also the developer ones. All not working. Next I tried to unlock the phone, because than I could either flash the official Global ROM via fastboot or flash TWRP and flash the Xiaomi.eu ROM. With a laptop running Windows 10, the unlocking process stopped at 50% and gave a message that the device was not connected. No unknown devices could be found in the windows device manager. In the end, I was succesful using a computer running windows 7. The phone was finally unlocked! Than it was time to try to flash TWRP using fastboot. With both the laptop running W10 and the computer running W7, I was unsuccesful. (see problem mentioned above) At that point I (succesfully) flashed the latest official Global ROM using MiFlash and the phone in Download mode. Still, I don't really like the official Global ROM, so I would like to install the Xiaomi.eu version. But than again I have the problem that the TWRP flashing using fastboot is unsuccesful. Any help is appreciated!