MIUI 10 MIUI 10.0/10.1/10.2/10.3 STABLE RELEASE


Viselu

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Mar 13, 2017
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The pie-based Miui 10.3.2.0 rom flashed on my Redmi S2 device, but when I downgraded the device (Global 10.3.1.0), it couldn't read the sim card. The SIM card never accepts when I enter the password and the device cannot connect to the network. Sorry for the bad english, I used google translate.
Downgraded in dirty mode? Try to clean Cache and Dalvik partitions in case
 

wrbn75

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Jun 4, 2019
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Downgraded in dirty mode? Try to clean Cache and Dalvik partitions in case
I flashed the full rom with fastboot, but the password for the sim card lock could not be opened and I could not connect to the network. I've done a clean installation, and then I've got the factory settings, but the problem continues. Thanks.
 

Viselu

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I flashed the full rom with fastboot, but the password for the sim card lock could not be opened and I could not connect to the network. I've done a clean installation, and then I've got the factory settings, but the problem continues. Thanks.
Are you sure that you inserted the SIM card in the right face? I don't know how to solve...maybe someone will help you
 

SopiMan

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Jun 2, 2019
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Installation:

Xiaomi devices:

  • Install TWRP via Fastboot mode, then install our ROM
  • Code:
    fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
    fastboot boot twrp.img
  • TWRP Recovery Zip DOWNLOAD or TWRP.ME
  • For ROOT install Magisk (may cause lags and fingerprint issue) in TWRP and reboot one more time after install to get rid of system lags
ROMs for devices with locked bootloader:
  • Unlock your first bootloader here http://en.miui.com/unlock/
  • Install TWRP via Fastboot mode, then install our ROM
  • Code:
    fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
    fastboot boot twrp.img
  • TWRP Recovery Zip DOWNLOAD or TWRP.ME
  • FORMAT /data partition (NEVER wipe System or Persist!)
  • Copy our ROM to the internal storage
  • Install our ROM
  • Reboot
  • done
Installation via TWRP:
- Download zip to internal storage
- Updater - Menu (...) - Reboot to Recovery
- Install - Select zip
- Reboot
- Done
1. Do i have to root to flash the rom?
2. How do i do this step -> "
  • FORMAT /data partition (NEVER wipe System or Persist!)

*i appologise for the noob question
 

Viselu

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Mar 13, 2017
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1. Do i have to root to flash the rom?
2. How do i do this step -> "
  • FORMAT /data partition (NEVER wipe System or Persist!)

*i appologise for the noob question
1)Not the root but unlocked bootloader and custom recovery (TWRP) installed
2) in TWRP recovery there is the option
 
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krillehb

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Oct 2, 2018
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can someone help me please... is the following Rom based on Pie ? If yes, can you tell me which Version of OrangeFox Recovery i should use with this ?

xiaomi.eu_multi_HMNote5Pro_V10.3.1.0.PEICNXM_v10-9.zip
 

paulvity

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Feb 11, 2019
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I am very happy with the rom Xiaomi.eu for the Redmi S2 (HMS) with Android Pie
The battery lasts longer, and is very stable
I have a doubt, I have read comments in other forums, this update with Android), has rollback, is it true?
I mean, can not I go back to a Miui rom with Oreo?
Thank you
 

paulvity

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Feb 11, 2019
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can someone help me please... is the following Rom based on Pie ? If yes, can you tell me which Version of OrangeFox Recovery i should use with this ?

xiaomi.eu_multi_HMNote5Pro_V10.3.1.0.PEICNXM_v10-9.zip
use TWRP 3.2.3.0, you will find it in XDA
And yes, it's the rom with Android 9
 
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rileypatricksf

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Dec 23, 2018
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Might someone be so kind as to tell me why, or how to fix, my battery percentage warnings not being in english? (Appears to be Indonesian).

Locating the system language is not particularly intuitive, nor available via settings search (I think this is standard for these global roms...?), but everything I can see is set to English.

Many thanks for any info!
 

Destronatic

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Nov 23, 2018
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So... There isn't any roleback protection for Mi 8 EE anymore. Does that mean I can flash from beta back to stable without deleting any data? That would be amazing.
 

ahmetcagır

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[QUOTE = "JLParaon, gönderi: 489783, üye: 211522"]
Ayrıca Redmi S2 kullanıyorum ve en son kararlı Pie ROM ile güncellendi. Pil ile ilgili herhangi bir sorunla karşılaşmadım.
[/ALINTI]
4 kez taktım her zaman pili daima sıfır takarım bize nasıl söylersin
 

Tiwaz

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Jul 18, 2018
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I have a Mi8 and after the latest update (10.3.3) my phone starts vibrating after a phone call has ended. To stop this vibration I have to lock my screen and unlock it again.

Does anyone else experience the same? Does someone have a fix for this?
 

JLParaon

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Oct 14, 2018
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4 times I've installed I always install the battery always zero how do you tell us
I'm not sure how to tell, though. We use our phones differently, and all I know is that mine's a little bit improved after updating to the latest Pie ROM. I also did a clean install, if that makes sense.
 

ademarizu

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Oct 3, 2018
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I have a Mi8 and after the latest update (10.3.3) my phone starts vibrating after a phone call has ended. To stop this vibration I have to lock my screen and unlock it again.

Does anyone else experience the same? Does someone have a fix for this?
I haven't, but after the update the device was behaving oddly (screen freezing), after rebooting and cleaning cache (over TWRT) the issue is gone, but I have to admit that I'm having bluetooth unstable connectivity (some devices like smartband, headphones, etc...), but overall, I'm happy with the build.
 

Wölfchen

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Dec 21, 2018
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This one runs absolutley smoth and fast on the Redmi Note 7.
Battery drain over Night only 1%
No Bugs so far.
Big Thanks to the Xiaomi.eu Team
 

TheReduxPL

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Sep 14, 2013
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Installed 10.3 on my Poco F1, now I can't boot because it shows the "To start Android, enter your password".
On the previous ROM I had a pattern lock, but I removed it before installing the ROM. I tried to use this image for reference to turn my pattern into a number, but it doesn't accept it. It doesn't accept 0000 either.
Installing previous ROMs did not do that, so I did not expect it, and I did not back up internal storage this time, so I don't want to format data in TWRP because I'll lose some of my recent photos and other files. How can I fix that? :(
 

Ramg77

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Jun 8, 2019
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Installed 10.3 on my Poco F1, now I can't boot because it shows the "To start Android, enter your password".
On the previous ROM I had a pattern lock, but I removed it before installing the ROM. I tried to use this image for reference to turn my pattern into a number, but it doesn't accept it. It doesn't accept 0000 either.
Installing previous ROMs did not do that, so I did not expect it, and I did not back up internal storage this time, so I don't want to format data in TWRP because I'll lose some of my recent photos and other files. How can I fix that? :(
Hi, if you can enter to Twrp connect the phone to a PC and make a backup of your stuff while you wait for someone to advise you on how to solve your problem.
 

TheReduxPL

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Sep 14, 2013
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Hi, if you can enter to Twrp connect the phone to a PC and make a backup of your stuff while you wait for someone to advise you on how to solve your problem.
TWRP also asks for a password to decrypt data, so unfortunately that won't help me a whole lot.

Also I need a working phone rather quickly, so after re-evaluating what I'm about to lose from formatting internal storage, I decided I'm biting the bullet. An old backup will do for me, so I formatted data.
Guess I'll use DFE from now on to prevent that in the future. :)
 
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Wölfchen

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Dec 21, 2018
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Installed 10.3 on my Poco F1, now I can't boot because it shows the "To start Android, enter your password".
On the previous ROM I had a pattern lock, but I removed it before installing the ROM. I tried to use this image for reference to turn my pattern into a number, but it doesn't accept it. It doesn't accept 0000 either.
Installing previous ROMs did not do that, so I did not expect it, and I did not back up internal storage this time, so I don't want to format data in TWRP because I'll lose some of my recent photos and other files. How can I fix that? :(
If you type in several times the wrong Password then your phone will be resetet to Default Settings.
The Backup in TWRP works, this is the way i do it also on my Note7