Did your phone originally have the global rom or EEA (Europe) rom? Normally the EEA roms get updated sooner than the global. If you go back to the original rom, you need the same rom version that you had before unlocking the bootloader or newer to avoid the antirollbackMy phone is still bricked: I flashed twrp-3.3.1-3-tucana-mauronofrio via fastboot, wiped all, formated data, rebooted recovery, flashed xiaomi.eu_multi_MINote10_MICC9Pro_20.2.27_v11-10. The phone stuck a the CC-logo for an hour. Back to the recovery I reinstalled maurofrio's recovery, the data were formated, with Mi_Flash I tried to flash tucana_global_images_V220.127.116.11.PFDMIXM_20200108.00 00.00_9.0_global_3d4450882b and got a bootloop. When I tried to come into the recovery I ended in the fastboot-mode.
In a ADB-Window I run flash-all.bat (tucana_global_images-V11.07..)
got the messages "Current device antirollback-version is greater than this package" and "Antirollback check error".
For other devices tools exist to solve this antirollback error (e.g. oncline and others). I hope somebody will develop it for the tucana, too.
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