When you root the device, you get the permission to do extra customization on the phone. But due to some reason you want to go back and unroot the phone. Now at the right bottom of your MI flash tool, you will see three options “clean all”, “save user data” and “clean all and lock”. Open the MI Flash tool on your desktop and boot your phone into fastboot mode. To do this first turn off your phone and Hold down the Volume Down button + Power button for few seconds. We borrow software freely provided by others and in turn we share what we create.
Below you can find a list with official supported devices. If you’ve found a bug in the pre-built OpenGApps.org packages you can report it at the XDA Open GApps Development Thread. Remember to include at minimum the Open GApps installer debug log and if applicable a logcat. MIUI Downloader is purely a Xiaomiui product, it’s always updated and new features are added by us.
- This might be because your device simply hasn’t been certified or that the ROM you are using on your device isn’t recognised by Google (because it’s a custom ROM).
- I am not a big fan of MIUI, and I come from Nitrogen OS, which is a custom ROM.
- You probably have to use the GCam Go mod, not the regular GCam as it’s not compatible with this device.
- In this article, I will display step by step instruction guide on how to unroot the Xiaomi Poco F1 with just one click.
Back in August 2018, Xiaomi kicked off POCO as an independent sub-brand and it had a tremendous start stock Android firmware with the launch of the POCO F1 — a budget-friendly device with flagship specifications. However, since then, the company hasn’t launched another device. But sadly, we haven’t seen any official information from the company regarding this elusive device over the last year. This led people to believe that the brand was essentially dead. Energy Notch battery indicator has been updated to support the camera notch of the OnePlus 6/7/7T, POCO F1, Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G, and several other phones.
To estimate the size of the group behind a device, use the ‘Community’ link on the device pages. And where they are available, they’re also more difficult to install than either of the other methods we’ve outlined.
- Hot on the heels of the POCO F4 GT announcement, POCO is back again with a new smartphone launch.
- Needless to say, the device caused quite the stir and remains rather popular even in 2020.
- But it is arguably in the mid-range segment — that sweet $300 to $500 spot — where Xiaomi truly leaps ahead of the pack by offering significantly better value than anyone else.
- Installing a custom ROM requires you to unlock the bootloader first, and have a custom recovery like TWRP (website) installed.
If you want to further customise the prop in question you can use the “Add/edit custom props” feature. The prefered method is to pick a device manually from the list of devices (based on the module fingerprints list) or set your own custom value. Do NOT pick your own device, instead try a device that is as close to your actual device as possible. The closer it is to your actual device the less is the likelyhood that things will stop working as a result of the model prop change. This feature of the module has nothing to do with the device fingerprint, but uses the included fingerprints list to find the necessary value to use for the ro.product.model prop (and related props). If there are several fingerprints available for the same device, this option only applies for fingerprints of the same Android version. In that case, if you want to update to a newer version you will have to update the fingerprint manually.