Global Stable Rom Miui Official Team (when?)

Discussion in 'Redmi Pro' started by nekora, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. nekora

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  2. Mark Smith

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    Sorry, I'm new to this...does this mean that there is no stable ROM for the Redmi Pro yet?
     
  3. DerEchteAndreas

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  4. DerEchteAndreas

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    yes, there is no stable rom at the moment.
     
  5. nekora

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    Well @Mark Smith , in fact there is a stable ROM, but Chinese ROM (English and Chinese languages), not Global.
     
  6. DerEchteAndreas

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    yes, this is 100% correct at the moment.
     
  7. AznAssassin

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    Sadly I didn't do my research, and already bought the phone without knowing there wasn't a Global ROM out yet. I hope its on its way soon.
     
  8. Josué Dalla Lasta

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    Miui EU will be allways the best option to final users!!!
     
  9. stevedat

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    I see no point that they (Xiaomi Team) need to do that. You can see that there is no global ROM available for Mi5s and Mi5+.
    We have to unlock bootloader to play around with Miui Eu, so they (Xiaomi) claims that we (running eu rom) void the warranty and no responsibility for any damage caused by flashing not recommended rom version of Miui.
    Congrats.
     
  10. the_maker

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    Do you buy phones from Xiaomi directly?
     
  11. stevedat

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    Direct or not is not what i am mentioning because there's no global rom for some devices so far.
     
  12. magyver

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    Está traducido por google traductor:
    Hello everyone,
    I have a Mi4 for nearly 2 years ago and I decided to change it for the redmi Pro.
    I'm reading in the forum on the Global rom for this model and looking at several vendors, the thing is that yesterday I saw on 2 websites that had him MIUI 8 and the International Rom with OTA updates.
    Not sure if it is an error in your data or do not really understand much, but comparing with models from other websites change 2 things I've noticed it, are the processor speed (in international model puts 1.39GHz) and wifi connection (in the international puts 2.4GHz / 5GHz WiFi).
    The websites:
    igogo es/product481369
    ******* com/cell-phones/pp_470621
    Can it be that they have released a new model with international rom?
    In the second website you put a link where you say it is multilanguage and updates OTA and that link takes you to a rom MI5 do not understand .....
    See if anyone can shed light on this issue ...

    Greetings to all
    Y ahora el original:
    Hola a todos,

    Tengo un Mi4 desde hace casi 2 años y he decidido cambiarlo por el Redmi Pro.
    Estoy leyendo en el foro sobre la rom Global para este modelo y buscando en varios vendedores, la cosa es que ayer vi en 2 webs que lo tenían con MIUI 8 y la Rom Internacional con actualizaciones por OTA.

    No se si será un error en sus datos o una realidad, no entiendo mucho, pero comparando con los modelos de otras webs cambian 2 cosas que yo me haya dado cuenta, son la velocidad del procesador (en modelo internacional pone 1.39GHz) y la conexión por wifi (en el internacional pone 2.4GHz / 5GHz WiFi ).
    Las webs:
    igogo es/product481369
    ******* com/cell-phones/pp_470621
    ¿Puede ser que hayan sacado un modelo nuevo con rom internacional?
    En la segunda web te pone un enlace donde dicen que es multilenguaje y actualizaciones por OTA y ese enlace te lleva a una rom del Mi5, no lo entiendo.....

    A ver si alguien puede poner luz en este tema...


    Un saludo a todos
     
  13. the_maker

    the_makerDHD Forum Moderator

    That is the whole point. Your phone has warranty in China, and your re-seller (no mater from where) has to supply to you that manufacturer warranty. So basically you are left on your own since none will be there to tell you what you do with your phone. Even if it explodes (very not likely) you will not be able to move a finger against your re-seller or xiaomi.
     
  14. stevedat

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    Just like iphone-apple if you give it a jailbreak, it means that you void warranty. That's what I am mentioning to.
    They (apple/xiaomi) encourage us not to do it in any way.
    In many countries, they said that your country is not in their market target. So people have to do something with their phone in association with warranty or no need to care of it.
    Pretty sure that 1/3 sold phones either apple's phones or xiaomi's phones to their non-supported countries.
    Hola
     

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