The company has since rolled out MIUI 11 based on Android 10 for a couple of devices, including the Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro, Mi 9, and more. Now, the company is rolling out MIUI 11 based on Android 10 for the Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 8 Pro, Redmi K20/Mi 9T, Mi MIX 3, Mi 9 SE, Mi 8 SE, and others. The Mi A3 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro are amongst Xiaomi’s highlight devices for 2019.
The Recovery can be flashed on your device via fastboot command so you need to have PC. Don’t flash it via recovery if you have installed TWRP or any other recovery on your device.
The first and foremost advantage straight out spells out that you don’t have to wait for the OTA to land on your device. Just take hold of the stock firmware from this post and you are good to go. Furthermore, there is a never-ending battle going on regarding the Custom ROMs vs Stock Firmware. Now your Xiaomi phone will boot in the fastboot mode and you will see the MI Bunny on the screen of your phone.
- You can find all MIUI versions of all MIUI ROMs you are looking for from our application.
- The company has since rolled out MIUI 12-flavored stock ROM Android 11 for a couple of devices, including the Mi 10 Lite, Mi Note 10 Lite, Redmi Note 9 Pro/Redmi Note 9S, and more.
- The team behind CesiumOS explains it as a “Something born out of a sea of similar-looking AOSP ROMs”.
- In case you have access to the Note 8, you can flash it on your device and share feedback with the kernel developer to help fast track the development process.
- Some readers will have no difficulty and breeze through the steps easily.
- If you have TWRP Recovery on the phone, then below are the steps.
You can find out more about the unbrick process in this thread, and we strictly advise you to give it a thorough read before playing around with the custom ROMs listed below. Developers have now released an unofficial build of the TWRP custom recovery (v3.3.1-2) for the Note 8 which you can flash to replace the stock recovery on your device. Flashing the custom recovery will allow you to install custom ROMs or kernels on your device to improve overall performance. You can download the unofficial TWRP recovery for this device from the link below and follow the instruction in this post to flash it on your device. Google officially announced the stable version of Android 13 last month and uploaded the source code to AOSP. Although Android’s newest iteration is available to only a handful of devices so far, the aftermarket development community is already hard at work releasing custom ROMs for older smartphones.
It was started as CyanogenMod and known to be the first custom ROM or firmware which was able to make its way to some smartphone as pre-installed default firmware. If you want to get the most out of the camera, you can check out the Google Camera port for this phone maintained by XDA Senior Member Wyroczen. Even the auxiliary camera sensors reportedly work fine with the latest ported version. Linux on DeX got updated to officially support the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Tab S5e, but it also adds Galaxy Note 8 support and hints at Galaxy Tab S5 support. The one thing that everyone with a smartphone fears is the dreaded cracked screen.