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MultiROM now available on Xiaomi POCO F1 for dual booting

This may have consequences (everything in life does, live with it). Your device might be perceived as a different device (which can create issues with the Play Store, YouTube video resolution, OTA updates, etc) and cause system instabilities and even bootloops. Not only can MultiROM boot a ROM from a smartphone’s internal storage, but it also has the ability to boot from a USB drive that’s connected to the device via OTG cable. Those who own the Xiaomi POCO F1 can now install this mod on their device to boot a MIUI ROM, a custom ROM, or even a Project Treble GSI. This release is thanks to the work from XDA Senior Members vasishath and Shahan_mik3.

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The device featured Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, a high refresh rate FHD+ AMOLED display, a 4,700mAh battery with 120W wired fast charging support, and a 64MP triple camera setup. Although Redmi only launched the device in China at the time, Xiaomi’s other sub-brand POCO has now brought it to international markets as the POCO F4 GT. POCO launched its latest affordable flagship, the POCO F4 GT, today. The device is essentially a rebranded Redmi K50G that was launched in China earlier this year. It features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, a 6.67-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display, a 4,700mAh battery with 120W fast charging support, and a bunch of other cool features. Along with the phone, POCO has also launched its first smartwatch — the POCO Watch — and the POCO Buds Pro Genshin Impact Edition TWS earbuds.

  • For instance, POCO F1 was launched with Android 9 and can go up to as high as Android 11.
  • This official Nougat ROM is pre-rooted and has Busybox installed.
  • Paranoid Android Sapphire Alpha builds based on Android 12 are now available for the POCO F1, Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi MIX 2S, and Remi Note 7 Pro.
  • The Xiaomi Pocophone F1 shipped with Android 8.1 Oreo but a spokesperson says that it will “at least” receive an update to both Android Pie and Android Q.
  • Rooting is the process of gaining full admin control of the Android device.
  • And when the stock ROM phone takes off inside the system again, you will find that it is now running the all-new MIUI 12 system.

There’s no wireless charging though – probably a cost-cutting measure. Getting Pie isn’t where the journey ends for the Poco F1, either, as company executive Jai Mani has confirmed that the device will receive Android Q at least.

  • The blobs should be pulled into the ~/android/lineage/vendor/xiaomi folder.
  • Using SuperSU you can navigate the notifications of any App on your phone.
  • Here you will get a few of them, you can easily download SuperSU APK files for your device.
  • This stock has been released by the company ROM official Firmware File Officially, for Recover Your Xiaomi Device.
  • A 4,000mAh unit should keep you up and running for a full day, potentially two, depending on how hard you push it.
  • Now, the team is happy to announce that official Carbon ROM 7 “Opal” based on Android Pie is now officially rolling out for the initial batch of supported devices.

Download the Latest MIUI Fastboot ROM for your Phone here and unzip the folder on your desktop. Once you have booted into the Download Mode, you will be able to see this screen on your device. If you are looking for the best Android 13 custom ROM, go ahead and check out Project Elixir. It’s a beautiful AOSP ROM that is very close to stock Android with Pixel features and customization options. It features WAIFUCLOCK which is based on the Substratum theme and delivers an elegant lock screen experience that you won’t find on any other ROM. The best part is that it also offers timely updates and bugs are fixed routinely. As for device support, from Xiaomi to OnePlus, Nokia, and Nothing, almost all the OEMs are supported.

Pixel Experience will load your POCO F1 with Google device features with customization options. This ROM cannot be stated as a light one but between a Pure Stock Android and a massive UI. The software on the POCOphone F1 feels quite solid and polished. MIUI is one of the more feature-rich skins out there and has garnered quite a lot of fans for its highly practical features. We’ve been told that upcoming updates to the POCOphone F1 will bring an even better (read, closer to stock Android) user experience for notifications and more. Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro was the first device to experience the vanilla AOSP 11 ROM. Soon after its success, various OEMs started developing this latest Android version.

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