Twrp Problem; Can't Mount Any Partition


Apr 25, 2016
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Hello,

I've recently bought a Xiaomi Mi Note pro and it comes with TWRP and xiaomi.eu rom installed by the vendor. My problem is that it says that MIUI 7.2.1.0 is the last stable version (which is not) and that when I try to boot with TWRP it can't mount any partition. It says that they don't exist.

Despite that, the phone works fine and I've already verified that is the official version with the official Xiaomi app designed for that purpose.

I really appreciate any help you can give.
 
Aug 27, 2015
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Hello,

I've recently bought a Xiaomi Mi Note pro and it comes with TWRP and xiaomi.eu rom installed by the vendor. My problem is that it says that MIUI 7.2.1.0 is the last stable version (which is not) and that when I try to boot with TWRP it can't mount any partition. It says that they don't exist.

Despite that, the phone works fine and I've already verified that is the official version with the official Xiaomi app designed for that purpose.

I really appreciate any help you can give.
install new TWRP
TWRP - https://www.dropbox.com/s/hkuwc6d881im2hy/TWRP_leo.zip?dl=0

Unpack this zip and you will find an IMG file and Copy it to Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder

Power off your device and turn it back on Fastboot mode
Press "Windows key + X" -> "Command Prompt (administrator)
In command prompt, go to your folder where your ADB/Fastboot are, assuming they are in C:\Fastboot, you type

> cd C:\Fastboot
> C:

Once in the "C:\Fastboot" folder, you will need to issue a chain of commands to flash critical images, so type:

C:\Fastboot>fastboot devices

C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash recovery twrp.img

C:\Fastboot>fastboot reboot

Done TWRP installed
 
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