[GUIDE] How to install Xiaomi.eu ROM for Xiaomi Mi 10T (apollo)


szxa21

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Mar 26, 2019
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Credits to ingbrzy and Xiaomi.eu team, Whyle (TWRP recovery).

You will need:
Fastboot binary https://androiddatahost.com/uq6us
Xiaomi.eu ROM Stable Sourceforge
Mi 10T (apollo) TWRP recovery Androidfilehost
Windows PC


Working:
  • Boot
  • Decryption data
  • Vibration
  • flash zip

Not working:
  • ADB sideload
Note: Bootloader must be unlocked before you continue with the procedure below

1. Extract Minimal_ADB_Fastboot_v1.4.3.zip
2. Put ROM file and TWRP file on the same directory
3. Connect phone to PC and put phone into fastboot mode (reboot + pressing volume down button)
4. Open command prompt on fast boot folder
5. fastboot boot <twrp.img> press Enter (replace twrp.img filename as required)
6. Open File Explorer on PC and go to apollo or 10T drive
7. Copy over Xiaomi.eu ROM zip to root directory /
8. Select Install option in TWRP then select ROM file from root directory
9. Reboot TWRP to system
10. On MIUI default recovery, choose to Wipe Device
11. Lastly, Reboot phone and wait for MIUI to load properly
 

markus70

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Jun 16, 2014
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Credits to ingbrzy and Xiaomi.eu team, Whyle (TWRP recovery).

You will need:
Fastboot binary https://androiddatahost.com/uq6us
Xiaomi.eu ROM Stable Sourceforge
Mi 10T (apollo) TWRP recovery Androidfilehost
Windows PC


Working:
  • Boot
  • Decryption data
  • Vibration
  • flash zip

Not working:
  • ADB sideload
Note: Bootloader must be unlocked before you continue with the procedure below

1. Extract Minimal_ADB_Fastboot_v1.4.3.zip
2. Put ROM file and TWRP file on the same directory
3. Connect phone to PC and put phone into fastboot mode (reboot + pressing volume down button)
4. Open command prompt on fast boot folder
5. fastboot boot <twrp.img> press Enter (replace twrp.img filename as required)
6. Open File Explorer on PC and go to apollo or 10T drive
7. Copy over Xiaomi.eu ROM zip to root directory /
8. Select Install option in TWRP then select ROM file from root directory
9. Reboot TWRP to system
10. On MIUI default recovery, choose to Wipe Device
11. Lastly, Reboot phone and wait for MIUI to load properly

How to update from 06 to 07 - without erase user data?
 

Mcign

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Mar 30, 2016
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Thanks very much , i try and work perfect but is the only way to install weekly , don't works with twrp installed and rom from otg ?
Thanks again
 

Davieds

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Jan 25, 2019
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Thanks very much , i try and work perfect but is the only way to install weekly , don't works with twrp installed and rom from otg ?
Thanks again
Just use the latest TWRP from whyle then flash/install
Then you can install weekly rom as per normal

Sent from my M2007J3SG using Tapatalk
 

Zefiris

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May 23, 2021
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I have unlock the phone downloaded rom, adb, twrp. When I am in recovery twrp mode i cant access internal storage on phone and I cant copy and install rom on phone
 

Zefiris

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May 23, 2021
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Found out fault: I didn't wipe the data...succesfully installed eu stable rom 12.5 on my mi 10t :D
@Poney70 thank you for trying to help me.
 

Dreanswan

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May 24, 2021
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What version should i look for in sourceforge? And when should i flash magisk if i want root?
 
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Poney70

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Oct 3, 2019
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Yeah so like xiaomi.eu_multi_HMK30SUltra_MI10T_V12.5.1.0.RJDCNXM_v12-11.zip i guess? What hmk30sultra stands for?
If you have a Mi 10T or a Mi 10T Pro, yes. ^^

HMK30SUltra = Redmi K30S Ultra (device with "apollo" codename for the China market)

;)
 

Dreanswan

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May 24, 2021
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I advise to flash Magisk after you finished the initial setup of your device. :)

After that, you can always flash Magisk directly after the installation of a ROM's update. ;)
If i get this correctly i wont have twrp as recovery,i will just boot into it with adb right?
 

Poney70

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If i get this correctly i wont have twrp as recovery,i will just boot into it with adb right?
You can (and should) flash a custom recovery like TWRP. ;)

You need a custom recovery if you want to use the System Updater in Xiaomi.eu ROMs and install ROM updates. :)
 

deedend

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Nov 21, 2016
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You can (and should) flash a custom recovery like TWRP. ;)

You need a custom recovery if you want to use the System Updater in Xiaomi.eu ROMs and install ROM updates. :)

Can I use this ROM without root? I suppose the bootloader needs to stay unlocked, right?
 

Dreanswan

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May 24, 2021
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You can (and should) flash a custom recovery like TWRP. ;)

You need a custom recovery if you want to use the System Updater in Xiaomi.eu ROMs and install ROM updates. :)
10. On MIUI default recovery, choose to Wipe Device how can i boot in stock recovery if i flash twrp,or should i format data in twrp?
 

Poney70

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10. On MIUI default recovery, choose to Wipe Device how can i boot in stock recovery if i flash twrp,or should i format data in twrp?
If you follow the steps, you don't flash TWRP but only boot TWRP via fastboot. ;)

That's why you boot to stock recovery when you select Reboot -> Recovery in TWRP. :)

You don't need to format data in TWRP because this seems to not work correctly (on your device). :(
 

Poney70

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Dreanswan said:
So what do you mean by system updater? Is it like ota updates?

- It's like OTA updates, you get a notification when a new ROM update is available and you can download and start installation process (=boot to custom recovery and directly flash the ROM). ;)

Dreanswan said:
You said if i want to have that i need to flash recovery, but in tutorial it says only to boot in twrp not flash it.

- These steps are only for the first Xiaomi.eu installation on your device (or if you want to do a clean installation). After that, you can flash TWRP and use it, without issue. ;)

Dreanswan said:
I'm on 12.1.5 global.. can i till flash this rom?

Of course, follow the steps and it will okay. :D