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Hold the volume down button and power button


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Unfortunately this is not possible on devices newer than Android 5.0. After 5.0, signature verification was enhanced to combat the Universal Signature bug. Prior to Android 5.0, a bug existed in the Signature verification program, something to do with the way the signature was validated allowed another signature to result in the same validation ( ...


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You can try to boot directly into recovery instead of flashing image: fastboot boot recovery.img If it doesn't work, go for flashing factory firmware in bootloader or Emergency Download mode. Here are the detailed instructions for Xiaomi devices.


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When you changed the SD-card to your primary directory that made Android wanna boot from the SD-card because he thinks all of his files are there now. But ofc there are none of his files cuz they are all in /system on the internal storage. The only way to access the files is over adb (which probably isn't turned on if you always turn it off after finishing ...


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TWRP allows backup for devices with no external MicroSD Card. Therefore TWRP does always exclude Internal Storage from backup. They recommend manually copy Internal Storage via USB-MTP (which makes sense after creating TWRP backup because it contains TWRP Backup folder too). If you know how to unpack/repack recovery.img you can add this fix (experimental) ...


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If you have a device with an unlocked bootloader you can boot a recovery image without actually flashing it by running fastboot boot <recovery.img>, this won't persist across a reboot, AFAIK there's no fastboot pull or the like so you can't just backup via fastboot just like you would with adb, I've seen some phones even respond to adb reboot recovery ...


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I fixed this by using an older version of TWRP (3.2.3.1), then I downloaded GAPPs from a different source and installed using adb sideload now all is working.


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Just unplug your battery and wait for 5 to 10 min until phone get back to its normal temperature. Then plug the battery as it was earlier and start your phone.


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This usually happens when the ROM is not installed properly, try flashing the factory image and start over the process again, install the latest vendor firmware(if there's one) and install the latest TWRP and then flash the ROM file, In my experience you don't have to wipe the internal storage every single time if your device is not encrypted, just the ...


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Android supports fstrim but it only works if the phone is idle for a long time while charging It's not so. On newer versions, Android runs fstrim with a daily schedule, provided that the conditions meet. Or it should run on a reboot if not run for 3+ days. See this answer for details and how you can run fstrim manually. FRAGMENTATION ON FLASH MEMORY: I ...


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The ROM you provided does not contain a valid scatter file or recovery.img so you can not use SP Flash Tool. I recommend you to make a backup of boot, copy the boot.emmc.win to PC, then to another phone and patch it with Magisk Manager apk After successful patching, copy the patched file back to PC Reboot the phone to bootloader, and flash the ...


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