TWRP unable to read storage in Mi 10 UMI


Jackwu696

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Hello, I am using the TWRP-UMI-A11-202011102238-ONLY-AFTER-20.11.5 to boot or flash into TWRP, and found that the storage is encrypted (0 mb), USB OTG can be read, but cannot flash anything, So what I did was :

1. FORMAT DATA in TWRP. Reboot to TWRP Again, This allows me to access internal storage
2. Copied the latest xiaomi.eu_multi_MI10_V12.2.9.0.RJBCNXM_v12-11 rom to TWRP folder in TWRP and Flash
3. Reboot the phone.
4. Successful

My Question is this, After successful installation and boot and setting up, I would like to install magisk, so I rebooted to Recovery (TWRP) again, and found that the internal storage is read at 0 mb again. What can I do to solve this? How will I be able to make backup if I have to Format Data everytime to access the storage and also how to update to new release then?

Please assist as I would really like to use this rom. In case this question has been asked before, I apologize and please direct me to the link as I could not find any.

Thank you
 

Jackwu696

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Hello,

This will help you (see @Iain_B's post and do not forget to thanks him. :)) => https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/21-1-20-21.59581/post-587698

;)

Thank you very much for the reference, May I confirm something? So the next time I wish to update to a newer release rom, I have to BOOT to TWRP through fastboot reboot command (using the recommended TWRP without flashing), then flash the update? To do backup I will also have to use this method ( as the recommended TWRP can decrypt)? Thank you again for your kind assistance
 
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Poney70

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Thank you very much for the reference, May I confirm something? So the next time I wish to update to a newer release rom, I have to BOOT to TWRP through fastboot reboot command (using the recommended TWRP without flashing), then flash the update? To do backup I will also have to use this method ( as the recommended TWRP can decrypt)? Thank you again for your kind assistance
Exactly. ;)
 
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sxHeavy

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Thank you very much for the reference, May I confirm something? So the next time I wish to update to a newer release rom, I have to BOOT to TWRP through fastboot reboot command (using the recommended TWRP without flashing), then flash the update? To do backup I will also have to use this method ( as the recommended TWRP can decrypt)? Thank you again for your kind assistance
Exactly. Has it has been many times said. You must "fastboot boot TWRP3.4.2.b" but not flash it.
 
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Jackwu696

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Exactly. Has it has been many times said. You must "fastboot boot TWRP3.4.2.b" but not flash it.

Thank you for the reminder, I have to inform you that The last device I used was a redmi note 3 pro before I purchased MI 10, I read through quite a few posts about flashing xiaomi eu on it and was quite confused by the guidance hence I finally tried and arrived at this stage, So please forgive me for not reading through your "has been said so many times"