Not sure because of area lock. But with MIFLASH you can try it. MIFLASH has feature that reject or accept according to XIAOMI rules.
DO NOT try to flash the Indian ROM on the Chinese variant of the Redmi Note 7 Pro without unlocking the bootloader first. It will brick your device. Xiaomi has disabled the option to flash a Global ROM on a China variant and vice-versa. Technically the Indian ROM is very much like a Global ROM. I don't really see how it differs from a true Global ROM since it has everything a Global ROM usually has except some minor differences perhaps.
I'll read the article.
Just read a post from a user complaining about that.
The user Flashed with MiFlash, without Unlock BL but without MiAccount enabled, now the phone is bricked.
Just asked because the MiAccount related, maybe it has some difference.
But with the news on the article, I'll wait to Bootloader unlock.
About the Indian Rom as Global, not sure if could be related with the incorporated GServices .
I already did, and installed the global violet rom_indi using the PC and My Flash.exe, everything is perfect, it's fine, but it does not have the dark mode, but everything is perfect and has almost all languages. the perfect coverage and 4G in Spain , has the google and the Play store integrated and running
whatever your bootloader situation is, you can flash with official MIFLASH. This tool will do what is acceptable from XIAOMI side and reject what is forbidden before going in trouble.Ok,
Well, here we were discussing about flash Indian Rom on Chinese phone with MiFlash but with Locked BootLoader.
I will need to wait until unlock the Bootloader then.
May be it is better if your phone model is with this scheme.I already flash Redmi Note 7 Pro China rom to Global from is work very well, but only I thing cannot fully relock bootloader problem. Why?
whatever your bootloader situation is, you can flash with official MIFLASH. This tool will do what is acceptable from XIAOMI side and reject what is forbidden before going in trouble.