Mi 9T xiaomi eu lag


Raz0r

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Jun 12, 2021
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Hello everyone, i need your help. I tried to install xiaomi.eu stable v12.1.2.0 for Mi 9T and it was very slow and laggy and i had to return to official stable rom. Now i wanted to install latest weekly miui 12.6 i have same issues, phone takes very long time to boot, animations stutter and apps take ages to open, phone is much slower than official rom and sometimes apps freeze and touch is not responsive. I followed official install guide. How to fix this?

 

Raz0r

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Jun 12, 2021
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Ok i think i have found the problem and it's Android 11. Android 10 based xiaomi.eu work flawlessly while Android 11 based xiaomi.eu is unusable, tried both stable and weekly. AOSP Android 11 ROMs (Pixel Experience) work without problem. So what can i do now? Never update my Mi 9T and stay on Android 10 MIUI 12 forever?
 
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LOLO9393

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Ok i think i have found the problem and it's Android 11. Android 10 based xiaomi.eu work flawlessly while Android 11 based xiaomi.eu is unusable, tried both stable and weekly. AOSP Android 11 ROMs (Pixel Experience) work without problem. So what can i do now? Never update my Mi 9T and stay on Android 10 MIUI 12 forever?
You have many good and tested AOSP rom waiting for you. They quickly update via OTA.
I moved My wife's MI9T in last January and tested almost all of them.
I am not against EU rom, believe me.
 
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Raz0r

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You have many good and tested AOSP rom waiting for you. They quickly update via OTA.
I moved My wife's MI9T in last January and tested almost all of them.
I am not against EU rom, believe me.
Ok now i'm using PE 11+, but i really wanted to use miui 12.6 xiaomi.eu but as you can see my device won't run android 11 xiaomi.eu properly :(
 

Poney70

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Hello,

I don't have any issue on my Mi 9T, except this relatively "slow" app opening...

But it only happen the first time you open it, I use the "padlock" icon (in Recent menu) to keep most used apps in RAM (like "Settings" and "Chrome/Brave browser" apps) it helps a bit but MIUI and its RAM management = still bad...

:)