Why can't MIUI optimization be enabled in Xiaomi.eu ROM? Just I want an option.


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Why can't MIUI optimization be enabled in Xiaomi.eu ROM? Just I want an option.

I'm using a Xiaomi Mix 4 with TWRP and Xiaomi.eu's 12.5.12.0 (RKMCNXM) installed.
When I try to install the AdGuard .crt profile as a certificate, it is grayed out and I cannot select the file. This is an adverse effect of MIUI optimization, but maybe it can be installed depending on the MIUI optimization settings. The only problem I have with MIUI optimization is this certificate installation, so if you have a solution, please let me know.
Apart from that, and I'm sure this has been discussed many times, the MIUI optimization toggle never comes up in .eu, no matter how many times you tap "Reset to default values" in the developer options.
Without the toggle, it's not even easy to tell if MIUI optimization is enabled or disabled (although it's not entirely absent). Therefore, there is no rational reason to hide the toggle in Xiaomi.eu, a custom ROM. I think it should be left as an option.

「MIUI optimization is enabled by default. The toggle is hidden because users should not touch it. It was always meant for development purposes, not to be abused by normal end-users who don't know the consequences of disabling it.」

This is what I was told, and I know that.
But I can understand hiding it in the official MIUI, but I don't understand why the settings are hidden in the custom ROM Xiaomi.eu, where you have to Unlock and install BootLoader. at the point of manipulating BootLoader, you are not a normal user. It's obvious that you are not a regular user when you manipulate BootLoader.99% of users will continue to use their devices with the initial official ROM.
 

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I will continue the discussion. MIUI optimization is one of the first items that should be suspected in case of a problem. Because it is a Xiaomi specific issue. If you want to make it impossible for the end user to operate the device, you just need to provide a number of hurdles, for example, make it so that the toggle does not appear unless a command is typed. Hiding the toggle at all would prevent even necessary modifications.
 

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I will continue the discussion. MIUI optimization is one of the first items that should be suspected in case of a problem. Because it is a Xiaomi specific issue. If you want to make it impossible for the end user to operate the device, you just need to provide a number of hurdles, for example, make it so that the toggle does not appear unless a command is typed. Hiding the toggle at all would prevent even necessary modifications.
you will?
Why to spend your time in this forum?
You will! YES, but elsewhere is a better place for that subject.
Bye!
 
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