Problem flashing Xiaomi.eu 13 22.1.6 from Global miui 12.5


juanpard

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Hi,

I have the chinese version Mi10 with miui12.5 global. I tried to flash xiaomi.eu miui13 22.1.6 using fastboot method. Device is unlocked, drivers and adb installed. I used the "windows_fastboot_first_install_with_data_format.bat" but when it finishes and boots to the miui 13 set up, the device keeps rebooting to MIUI Recovery 5.0. I have tried several times without success. I have to flash back global rom to be able to use the device.

Please help
 

katerpanne

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Hi,

I have the chinese version Mi10 with miui12.5 global. I tried to flash xiaomi.eu miui13 22.1.6 using fastboot method. Device is unlocked, drivers and adb installed. I used the "windows_fastboot_first_install_with_data_format.bat" but when it finishes and boots to the miui 13 set up, the device keeps rebooting to MIUI Recovery 5.0. I have tried several times without success. I have to flash back global rom to be able to use the device.

Please help
Hi I dont have THE solution ... The flashiing process (in another topic) seems good.

Can you try to install the new version "xiaomi.eu_multi_MI10_22.1.13_v13-12-fastboot.zip"

And if you will be back in recovery mode, you can try to flash the boot.img (extract it from fasstboot image)

Flash it in fastboot mode with: fastboot flash boot boot.img

In this topic another guy has the same problem:
 
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ciubex

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You can try to flash China stock ROM before flashing this custom rom.

Page: https://xiaomifirmwareupdater.com/miui/umi/
Device: Mi 10 China
Branch: Public Beta
Type: Fastboot
Use official Miui flash tool, but without locking back the bootloader. Start the phone and skip initial setup steps. Let the phone to run for couple of minutes with the stock Chinese rom.

When the whole process will be done, retry to flash xiaomi.eu custom rom again.
 

juanpard

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Hi I dont have THE solution ... The flashiing process (in another topic) seems good.

Can you try to install the new version "xiaomi.eu_multi_MI10_22.1.13_v13-12-fastboot.zip"

And if you will be back in recovery mode, you can try to flash the boot.img (extract it from fasstboot image)

Flash it in fastboot mode with: fastboot flash boot boot.img

In this topic another guy has the same problem:
I did as you said and the same thing happens, phoe boots to miui13 but:
1) Phone does not detect sim card ( upper right corner is the simcard symbol with an "x")(If i flash global the sim card is detected right away)
2) I can only get as far as setting the wifi before it reboots. Usually it reboots one or two times back to the phone set up, but afterwards, it reboots to miui recovery 5.0.

I dont understand what is going on.
 

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juanpard

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May 18, 2020
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You can try to flash China stock ROM before flashing this custom rom.

Page: https://xiaomifirmwareupdater.com/miui/umi/
Device: Mi 10 China
Branch: Public Beta
Type: Fastboot
Use official Miui flash tool, but without locking back the bootloader. Start the phone and skip initial setup steps. Let the phone to run for couple of minutes with the stock Chinese rom.

When the whole process will be done, retry to flash xiaomi.eu custom rom again.
I tried this as well, I have to say the phone did not detect sim card when using it for a couple of minutes. At least it did not randomly rebooted. When I tried flashing xiaomi.eu but it happend as i posted above.

Really dont know what is happening.

Thanks for helping anyways.
 

juanpard

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I must say i flash china stock rom but the stable version (which is miui 12.5) and then tried to flash xiaomi.eu 22.1.13 but happened the same.
I tried again the china stock but the public beta (which is miui 13) but I could not use it! I happened the same as when flashing xiaomi.eu, it just kept rebooting while trying to set up the device until it finally reboots to recovery. It is weird that it happened with a stock rom.
 

ciubex

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So in that case I must say that I blame the Chinese stock rom for faults, because the xiaomi.eu is based on the Chinese stock rom.
And because you have same behavior with both firmwares, I guess is nothing that the xiaomi.eu team can do.
It's just my opinion.