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zgfg12

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Is this because trwp actually not working on A13?
There is a TWRP that does work but you need to read in this thread to find a link to the guide (one guide for all devices) about finding/downloading appropriate TWRP/OF for devices with Xiaomi.eu recovery type ROMs and how to install - and that must work since there are other users here (and more with Xiaomi.eu Weekly ROMs) with the same device who successfully use that TWRP and install Xiaomi.eu recovery type ROM.
The same questions and answers with the link are repeating - there must be one in the last few pages
 

Vincent Foxx

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I'm on redmi note 11 pro 5g, had to roll back to android 11, 13.0.14. Both versions of android 12 are laggy, and buggy after a while of use.
 

Burns

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Hi there
i bought a used Mi10pro and started the unlock procedure but have to wait. Now i am considering to switch to xiaomi.eu ROM to unlock the dual sim feature.
Current installed rom is MIUI 13.0.4 global (SJAEUXM)
now my questions (I tried to use search function and to read some of the threads already but i am not sure about it)

Can i use latest xiaomi.eu fastboot ROM which is also 13.0.4 to change to xiaomi.eu rom?
Is there a rollback protection when trying to do this?
Or Is it better to flash A12 TWRP first and flash stable xiaomi.eu afterwards which is 13.0.5 ?

Thank you for helpful answers
 

Valkén

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First of all hello everyone! I have a Xiaomi 12T Pro. An update is available in my settings. My device's codename is diting. However, when I look under the stable roms I can't find a fastboot file... So I can't install it. Nothing was communicated by the developers... Can someone tell me what's up now?
 

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Bec de Xorbin

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So this means I have to change to TWRP...? Wow i just changed to Xiaomi EU via Fastboot und now i have to format all data again? :(
Did you even open that link?

Do I have to format (not wipe) Data in TWRP
You have to format (not wipe) data in TWRP
- if you install the xiaomi.eu rom for the first time
- if you change from weekly to stable (recommended)
- if you change from stable to weekly (recommended)
- you will loose your data -> make a backup
 
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rodessk

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Hello everyone,

I'm sure this question has been answered more than once, I apologize for that, but there are 259 pages to read and it's complicated.
I have a Poco F4-GT and I want to put the Rom .EU, the question is.....
Can you record calls with this Rom?
Thanks again and sorry.
 

Bec de Xorbin

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Hello everyone,

I'm sure this question has been answered more than once, I apologize for that, but there are 259 pages to read and it's complicated.
I have a Poco F4-GT and I want to put the Rom .EU, the question is.....
Can you record calls with this Rom?
Thanks again and sorry.
You don't have to read all pages, this forum has a search function which can even search only on this thread. I used a keyword record* and got multiple answers.
 
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Hello everyone,

I'm sure this question has been answered more than once, I apologize for that, but there are 259 pages to read and it's complicated.
I have a Poco F4-GT and I want to put the Rom .EU, the question is.....
Can you record calls with this Rom?
Thanks again and sorry.
Yes, all xiaomi.eu ROMs have auto call recording option.
 

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Is it necessary to install the fastboot rom to install the latest recovery version on a Xiaomi 12t pro or can the recovery version be installed directly?
 

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If someone might feel this useful... Since new Xiaomi.eu version requires TWRP (no fastboot version anymore) tried to use the TWRP for DITING.

According to the playstore app, it was a A/B version.

fastboot.exe boot twrp.img did not work. Resulted on this.

TWRP "Failed to load/authenticate boot image: Bad Buffer Size

That's the error that appeared, so reading guides, since it was A/B device, it shouldnt let flash the stock recovery... To my surprise it did flash but phone remained on Fastboot screen boot loop.

To fix this... flashed fastboot xiaomi.eu version for DITING (12T Pro) and then it let me enter to recovery (TWRP).

Then had to format data so SSD would appear, transfered ROM and flashed ROM.
 

katerpanne

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If someone might feel this useful... Since new Xiaomi.eu version requires TWRP (no fastboot version anymore) tried to use the TWRP for DITING.

According to the playstore app, it was a A/B version.

fastboot.exe boot twrp.img did not work. Resulted on this.

TWRP "Failed to load/authenticate boot image: Bad Buffer Size

That's the error that appeared, so reading guides, since it was A/B device, it shouldnt let flash the stock recovery... To my surprise it did flash but phone remained on Fastboot screen boot loop.

To fix this... flashed fastboot xiaomi.eu version for DITING (12T Pro) and then it let me enter to recovery (TWRP).

Then had to format data so SSD would appear, transfered ROM and flashed ROM.
I think you have used the wrong twrp… rec instead of boot so the error occurs… TWRP "Failed to load/authenticate boot image: Bad Buffer Size
 

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