Hi, So I got a new Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 (bought in Slovenia). It's: - android version 5.0.2 LRX22G - MIUI 7 by xiaomi.eu 5.9.24 | Beta I wanted to update the ROM since I noticed some glitches. The documentation that came with the phone says: To update the phone system, please contact the individual official locl Mi (?) affiliates or use self-updating feature of Mi phone. And then there's a QR code, that points to: http://en.miui.com/download-274.html On that page I downloaded Stable Full ROM pack: Author: MIUI Official TeamVersion: V126.96.36.199.LHMMICK (MIUI7) Size: 935M I followed the instructions, but got an error: install update.zip failed update.zip signature verification failed I then started googling around for the problem but got more confused than before. In the process I found different sites like xiaomi.eu, en.miui.com, www.miuios.cz... then found that there are china, global, local roms... Then there are ROMs that suppport OTA, others don't... Then there are codenames like 'hermes'... I went and read the FAQs regarding those different ROMs but I still have no idea what to flash. The whole time it is not clear if those ROMs are from Xiaomi or private builds - who is the owner of those sites... I'm not too kind to install some unsupported developer version that could contain dangerous code. Long story short: - What's the proper latest/stable ROM for this device and my country (Slovenia)? Preferably one that would give me OTA updates in the future? - Is it safe to flash the ROM from the QR (188.8.131.52) code above (I like the Stable and Official in the name) ? How? - What is the latest version of the ROM I already have (xiaomi.eu 5.9.24 beta)? Is it better that 7.1.30? - Please specify if operations are dangerous/irreversible. I'm really sattisfied with the phone, specs, price, design... but this ROM story could be a little easier. I hope this is because Xiaomi is just entering other countries. In the future I'd like to see: one device - one official rom (signed and supported by Xiaomi). Everything else should be called a mod. Best regards, Samo BTW: I tried also updating via Updater and MiPCSuite, but they both say there is no newer version (which looks strange, I guess there were updates after 24 sept 2015).