Mi4c Heat Issue After Upgrading To Miui Android N


bayu_putra

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Hi All,

just updating to latest version of ROM MI4C from 8.1 to 8.2 (android N) why the temperature is too easy increasing (before using this ROM everything is fine, just normal heat), is there still any issue or bug to this ROM ? please advise :)

Ps :
  1. Upgrading via TWRP (not clean install).
 

xShARkx

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Hi All,

just updating to latest version of ROM MI4C from 8.1 to 8.2 (android N) why the temperature is too easy increasing (before using this ROM everything is fine, just normal heat), is there still any issue or bug to this ROM ? please advise :)

Ps :
  1. Upgrading via TWRP (not clean install).
Facing this problem to! And i did a clean install! I installed CPU Z and i see that the last two cores are stopped and the first four are under heavy load(60 to 90%) all the time! I even did a reboot and nothing! Still heavy load on the first four cores without a ******* reason!
 

bayu_putra

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Facing this problem to! And i did a clean install! I installed CPU Z and i see that the last two cores are stopped and the first four are under heavy load(60 to 90%) all the time! I even did a reboot and nothing! Still heavy load on the first four cores without a ******* reason!
so clean install and upgrading facing the same issue right ? hope this bug fixed.
 

wolfanger

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Facing this problem to! And i did a clean install! I installed CPU Z and i see that the last two cores are stopped and the first four are under heavy load(60 to 90%) all the time! I even did a reboot and nothing! Still heavy load on the first four cores without a ******* reason!
I notice the same issue about CPU. Damn.. I know i had to wait more feedback before upgrading :p
 

xShARkx

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I notice the same issue about CPU. Damn.. I know i had to wait more feedback before upgrading :p
Me too! i'm downgrading to 6.1.7 so i can unlock my bootloader and then i'm going back to lollipop again! In beta 7.1.4 we didn't have this issue(heavy load all the time), but the two last cores were also stopped all the time in the beta!
 

bonusfede

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Guys also with the overheating are you facing with whatsapp audios? Because i send a voice message but i can't hear it and also the other person can't

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xShARkx

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Guys also with the overheating are you facing with whatsapp audios? Because i send a voice message but i can't hear it and also the other person can't

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Dude just rollback! The rom is ****ed up so bad! It's not worth it!
 
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bayu_putra

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Guys also with the overheating are you facing with whatsapp audios? Because i send a voice message but i can't hear it and also the other person can't

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facing the same issue too, cannot send the voice msg from whatsapp. More bug in this
 
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bonusfede

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facing the same issue too, cannot send the voice msg from whatsapp. More bug in this
So i'm not the only One.......damn i hope for nougat so long but now with those bugs.....i hope that the developer will fix this...

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xShARkx

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What is the fastest way to go back to 6.1.7 and then 6.12.22?
Fastest? There is only one way dude! That is putting the phone in edl mode through fastboot and then you flash the phone using miflash version 2015.10.28.0.
 
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xShARkx

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cannot rollback the update..my twrp recovery is broken after flashing this ROM. sucks...
Yes, you can!

You can use edl mode to downgrade your phone:
  1. Put your phone in fastboot and type fastboot oem edl
  2. Your phone will then enter in edl mode(kind of emergency recovery state), it will be a black screen, don't be afraid!
  3. In edl mode you can use an older version of miflash, in other words, miflash 2015.10.28.0 with a x64 computer\OS to flash(even with a locked bootloader, it does not matter) an older version of miui, in this case libra_images_6.1.7_20151221.0000.11_5.1_cn_b09dac70a0.
  4. After the flashing is done, you need to reboot your phone and you do this by pressing the power button for 8 seconds, you will need to wait for your phone to boot up to 6.1.7, after it boots up, you just need to power off your phone and put it in fastboot again and type fastboot oem unlock.
  5. Congratulations, you now have unlocked your phone yourself and as a bonus you just gave xiaomi the middle finger for their s**t unlock policy and system. Clap, clap, clap, clap...
  6. Now you can flash twrp or flash official xiaomi roms.
Downloads:
PS: I'm not responsible for any mistakes or damages that you can cause to your phone! Do this at your on risk!
 
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bayu_putra

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Yes, you can!
:eek:
You can use edl mode to downgrade your phone:
  1. Put your phone in fastboot and type fastboot oem edl
  2. Your phone will then enter in edl mode(kind of emergency recovery state), it will be a black screen, don't be afraid!
  3. In edl mode you can use an older version of miflash, in other words, miflash 2015.10.28.0 with a x64 computer\OS to flash(even with a locked bootloader, it does not matter) an older version of miui, in this case libra_images_6.1.7_20151221.0000.11_5.1_cn_b09dac70a0.
  4. After the flashing is done, you need to reboot your phone and you do this by pressing the power button for 8 seconds, you will need to wait for your phone to boot up to 6.1.7, after it boots up, you just need to power off you phone and put it in fastboot again and type fastboot oem unlock.
  5. Congratulations, you now have unlocked your phone yourself and as a bonus you just gave xiaomi the middle finger for their s**t unlock policy and system. Clap, clap, clap, clap...
  6. Now you can flash twrp or flash official xiaomi roms.
Downloads:
PS: I'm not responsible for any mistakes or damages that you can cause to your phone! Do this at your on risk!
wow, thanks alot xsharks will try this method.... :)
 

wolfanger

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Yes, you can!

You can use edl mode to downgrade your phone:
  1. Put your phone in fastboot and type fastboot oem edl
  2. Your phone will then enter in edl mode(kind of emergency recovery state), it will be a black screen, don't be afraid!
  3. In edl mode you can use an older version of miflash, in other words, miflash 2015.10.28.0 with a x64 computer\OS to flash(even with a locked bootloader, it does not matter) an older version of miui, in this case libra_images_6.1.7_20151221.0000.11_5.1_cn_b09dac70a0.
  4. After the flashing is done, you need to reboot your phone and you do this by pressing the power button for 8 seconds, you will need to wait for your phone to boot up to 6.1.7, after it boots up, you just need to power off you phone and put it in fastboot again and type fastboot oem unlock.
  5. Congratulations, you now have unlocked your phone yourself and as a bonus you just gave xiaomi the middle finger for their s**t unlock policy and system. Clap, clap, clap, clap...
  6. Now you can flash twrp or flash official xiaomi roms.
Downloads:
PS: I'm not responsible for any mistakes or damages that you can cause to your phone! Do this at your on risk!
I am thinking about downgrading and go with a RR o AICP Nougat Rom. f**k Xiaomi and her lock feature. Now i am stuck with first eu bugged release with huge battery drain and my phone is unusable. I cannot flash fixed rom until i can unlock bootloader and have a working twrp.
 

Andreiut

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I am thinking about downgrading and go with a RR o AICP Nougat Rom. f**k Xiaomi and her lock feature. Now i am stuck with first eu bugged release with huge battery drain and my phone is unusable. I cannot flash fixed rom until i can unlock bootloader and have a working twrp.
You can downgrade the procedure with fastboot oem edl worked fine for me, installed that developer version then unlocked bootloader and flashed xiaomi.eu_multi_MI4c_6.12.22_v8-5.1 via twrp :) and yes, if you flash android 7.0 again you will have bootloader locked. i am sure they will release a non-buggy version soon :)
 
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