Mi max 3 update issue


ervenom

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Sep 13, 2018
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Hi there, just got the mi max 3 6/128
There is installed this version: miui 10 buy xiaomi.eu 8.8.30 developer.
There is an update ota but if i click on it, the phone says that i'm already have the latest version. What can i do? Should I wait for a stable version of miui 10? Because i can't change now right because of the anti rollback? Thanks
 

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ervenom

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Sep 13, 2018
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The real question is if the site have legally unlocked the bootloader. Because if they did it in an illegal way, we can't flash anything else without a brick risk
 

Badrsj

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Hello, if you did not get the permission from the manufacturer to unlock the bootloader then this is not legally unlocked Bootloader. These permissions are linked to your account with this device.

I also have an unofficial unlocked bootloader from the vendor and that does not prevent me from updating.

This would need to be downloaded separately and then installed using TWRP recovery.

Your device should not come to any harm. Remember only wipe the Dalvik cache, and the cache. Not the system, not the storage.

You first need to check if you have TWRP installed, to do this you would need to enable the extended power button options from inside MIUI and check if you can reboot into TWRP recovery?

Sent from my MI MAX 3 using Tapatalk
 
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Badrsj

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This updated ROM would need to be downloaded separately and then installed using TWRP recovery.

Sent from my MI MAX 3 using Tapatalk
 

ervenom

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Yes, I have the recovery installed. Since that i have a miui 10 developer and i would like more a stable one, i need to wait because there isn't yet a stable of miui 10 right? Since i have the anti rollback
 

musicametros

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Hello, if you did not get the permission from the manufacturer to unlock the bootloader then this is not legally unlocked Bootloader. These permissions are linked to your account with this device.

I also have an unofficial unlocked bootloader from the vendor and that does not prevent me from updating.

This would need to be downloaded separately and then installed using TWRP recovery.

Your device should not come to any harm. Remember only wipe the Dalvik cache, and the cache. Not the system, not the storage.

You first need to check if you have TWRP installed, to do this you would need to enable the extended power button options from inside MIUI and check if you can reboot into TWRP recovery?

Sent from my MI MAX 3 using Tapatalk
Hello, I have de same problem. If we have an not legally unlocked bootloader, can we ask for one legally? Thanks.