Official Miui 9 Stable Rom Version: V9.1.2.0.nxkcnei


Dec 7, 2017
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I have an issue, I can't boot on TWRP.
I downloaded twrp-3.1.1-1-libra.img and put it in my adb folder. I rename it recovery.img.
I ran the phone in fastbootmode and did the cmd as follow (see img)

"dtb not found" sounds like the twrp version is not good. Now I can boot normally or in fastboot mode but I can't access to TWRP anymore.
 

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Dec 7, 2017
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Okay, I finally managed to install the rom. Here, all my steps:
- download twrp-3.1.1-0-libra.img (doesn't work with 3.1.1.1)
- put the ROM at the root of my phone
1. adb reboot bootloader
2. fastboot devices // check if device is listed
3. fastboot oem device-info // check bootloader info lock/unlock
4. fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.1.1-0-libra.img
5. fastboot boot twrp-3.1.1-0-libra.img
6. wipe
7. install the rom and reboot
8. error: boot loop
9. use miflash_unlock-en-2.3.803.10 and re-unlock the phone
10. reboot and wait a bit. Here we go, I am on MIUI 9
 
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Nov 22, 2015
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#53
Okay, I finally managed to install the rom. Here, all my steps:
- download twrp-3.1.1-0-libra.img (doesn't work with 3.1.1.1)
- put the ROM at the root of my phone
1. adb reboot bootloader
2. fastboot devices // check if device is listed
3. fastboot oem device-info // check bootloader info lock/unlock
4. fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.1.1-0-libra.img
5. fastboot boot twrp-3.1.1-0-libra.img
6. wipe
7. install the rom and reboot
8. error: boot loop
9. use miflash_unlock-en-2.3.803.10 and re-unlock the phone
10. reboot and wait a bit. Here we go, I am on MIUI 9
Excellent ...thanks for the instructions as well .....:)
I think the confusion is not unlocking the device after installing the ROM ...Thanks for your input ....
 
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Apr 21, 2016
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#54
At the moment I'm running eu developer 7.12.28 and quite pleased with it but ... If I want to flash to eu Stable, ... Do I have to take any precautions?

What would be the steps to follow to pass from developer to stable rom?
Would my bootloader get locked after that?
 
Nov 22, 2015
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#55
At the moment I'm running eu developer 7.12.28 and quite pleased with it but ... If I want to flash to eu Stable, ... Do I have to take any precautions?

What would be the steps to follow to pass from developer to stable rom?
Copy or download the ROM to your device....use the updater app ... choose update package...install the ROM .... I would wipe Dalvik and cache ...done ... enjoy

Sent from my Mi-4c using Tapatalk
 
Apr 21, 2016
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#61
I tried to install from Developer to Stable:

1.- copied the ROM into root of device....
2.- chose update package to install the ROM ...

- phone reboots itself into TWRP and starts installing process.
- when finished, phone didn't reboot again into TWRP, so didn't give me the choice to wipe Dalvik Cache
It rebooted straight into system (?) ... then I got error message on screen "android.process.acore"
Phone seems to overheat more than usual. So I reboot into TWRP and Wipe Dalvik-Cache
Same result.

I start the install process all over again from scratch. (But this time via TWRP, NOT via updater appl.)

when install finished (and phone keeps itself still in TWRP), I Wipe Cache/dalvik and then Reboot system ...

Same result (error message when system starts)

Any ideas?
 
Nov 22, 2015
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I tried to install from Developer to Stable:

1.- copied the ROM into root of device....
2.- chose update package to install the ROM ...

- phone reboots itself into TWRP and starts installing process.
- when finished, phone didn't reboot again into TWRP, so didn't give me the choice to wipe Dalvik Cache
It rebooted straight into system (?) ... then I got error message on screen "android.process.acore"
Phone seems to overheat more than usual. So I reboot into TWRP and Wipe Dalvik-Cache
Same result.

I start the install process all over again from scratch. (But this time via TWRP, NOT via updater appl.)

when install finished (and phone keeps itself still in TWRP), I Wipe Cache/dalvik and then Reboot system ...

Same result (error message when system starts)

Any ideas?
I assume you have everything backed up ..MiCloud etc ...reboot to TWRP...Be sure the ROM is where you copied it (download folder)....wipe everything ..DO NOT WIPE internal storage....go back to install and flash the ROM...wipe dalvik and cache...reboot to recovery...then reboot system...you will lose your data but you can restore from backups......
 
Apr 21, 2016
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I have already done that:

- reboot in twrp and do "Advanced wipe" (wipe everything except "internal storage")
This time phone gets bootloop (MI logo for a long time and nothing happens) I waited for over 10 minutes ...
 
Apr 21, 2016
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OK. Never mind ...

I restored a backup of previous system (7.12.21), and everything is fine now.

So .. after my bad experience (from develop to stable), I think I'll keep on this developer for the time being ...

Thanks for your help, anyway
 
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OK. Never mind ...

I restored a backup of previous system (7.12.21), and everything is fine now.

So .. after my bad experience (from develop to stable), I think I'll keep on this developer for the time being ...

Thanks for your help, anyway
I am curious to know...you were going from EU ROM to EU ROM correct ....and what ROMs...

Sent from my Mi-4c using Tapatalk
 
Dec 1, 2017
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Guys, I've just updated my Mi4c to this version but I can't see the changelog, besides the typical "stability and performance updates"... Anyone knows where to find the full changelog? I can't find it.
 
Nov 22, 2015
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Guys, I've just updated my Mi4c to this version but I can't see the changelog, besides the typical "stability and performance updates"... Anyone knows where to find the full changelog? I can't find it.
Its on the ROMs download page for the version you installed ....
 
Dec 1, 2017
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Its on the ROMs download page for the version you installed ....
I forgot to tell that I updated it via OTA.
All they said is that there were "stability and performance issues solved".
I can't still find the changelog, even here in the download links I can only download the file, can't see the changelog.
 
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I forgot to tell that I updated it via OTA.
All they said is that there were "stability and performance issues solved".
I can't still find the changelog, even here in the download links I can only download the file, can't see the changelog.
ingbrzy,Today at 2:41 AM
Last edited: Today at 10:27 AM
New
CHANGELOG 8.1.11


System
Optimize - New format for floating notifications in the landscape mode (Full screen display) (01-11)

Contacts
New - Press and hold a button on the dial pad to quick dial a number (01-09)

Camera
Optimize - Beautify doesn't have a separate tab. It can be used in multiple modes now. (01-12)

Gallery
New - Beautify editor (MiNote3) (01-05)

Screen Recorder
New - Sound recording options for Screen recorder (01-12)

Other
- Fixed Miui Scanner app FC for some devices
- Fixed Miui Video app FC for some devices
https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/8-1-11.42918/
 
Dec 1, 2017
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ingbrzy,Today at 2:41 AM
Last edited: Today at 10:27 AM
New
CHANGELOG 8.1.11


System
Optimize - New format for floating notifications in the landscape mode (Full screen display) (01-11)

Contacts
New - Press and hold a button on the dial pad to quick dial a number (01-09)

Camera
Optimize - Beautify doesn't have a separate tab. It can be used in multiple modes now. (01-12)

Gallery
New - Beautify editor (MiNote3) (01-05)

Screen Recorder
New - Sound recording options for Screen recorder (01-12)

Other
- Fixed Miui Scanner app FC for some devices
- Fixed Miui Video app FC for some devices
https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/8-1-11.42918/
Thanks for the post.
Btw, does anyone know why now there's no option to shoot 4k in the native camera app? In my previous MIUI7 i could do that!