Mi 9T (non pro) version is available here => https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/redmi-k20-to-mi-9t-conversion-patch-miui-11-12-android-10.54074/works only with the pro version ? i have the mi9t non pro an the problem with boot in twrp after flashing miui 12
UPDATE: You don't need to install this patch anymore since 20.6.4 weekly xiaomi.eu ROM update!
But if you used "Universal" patch before, you need to update the security patch date and fingerprint build info to be able to boot.
- Install this in TWRP => TWRP_RAPHAEL_22.214.171.124_Global_ROM_info.zip
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Nope, I need to wait for a new Global ROM version with updated Android security patch to create a new "Universal" conversion/info patch.Will you update security patch info because your latest conversion patch have 1. May security patch info while 20.7.2 build have 1. July security patch? Thank you.
"normal" is when you (re)install ROM..., it erases all modifications of my patch.Can't you make a patch to "uninstall" this? Just revert it back to "normal"
What would happen if I edit build.prop and put:Nope, I need to wait for a new Global ROM version with updated Android security patch to create a new "Universal" conversion/info patch.
But that's not an issue to not match the "real" security patch date info.
Here is infos from 20.7.2 build.prop file (without "Universal" conversion/info patch):
You will not pass all SafetyNet tests (CTS profile match = "fail") and so Google Play will display "Uncertified" device.What would happen if I edit build.prop and put:
"ro.build.version.security_patch=2020-07-01"? Will I have any problems?
"normal" is when you (re)install ROM..., it erases all modifications of my patch.
So I don't know how the security patch date downgrading detection (prevent from booting to system) is actually working...