This means that the updates could take some time before they are available for each and every device worldwide. Following the steps provided in this guide will ensure that you successfully install the latest version of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro Stock firmware (Fastboot Flash File).
Using these, you can build both a LineageOS installation zip and a LineageOS Recovery image and install them on your device. This guide talks about using Recovery ROMs to update a device.
- Open the updater app on your phone – Select the three dots from the top corner and choose the update package download stock firmware.
- Here we’ve covered the flash file for Redmi 7, you can easily download and flash using the Xiaomi flash tool.
- We have shared the official Xiaomi Redmi 7 Stock ROM Firmware (Flash File) on this page.
- RevengeOS is an aftermarket firmware based on CAF (CodeAurora).
The first thing is to take a complete backup of all your data stored on your device. Mi Flash Tool does offer an option to save the user data while flashing a fastboot ROM. But it’s a good rule of thumb to always have a backup at hand in case anything goes unplanned.
Stock Firmware doesn’t void a warranty on your Redmi 7a. Again, charge the phone to at least 50% so that the flashing process will not be interrupted by low battery. Interrupting the firmware installation means bricking your phone. Open the updater app on your phone – Select the three dots from the top corner and choose the update package. Browse through the files and select the package ending with .zip extension.
You don’t necessarily need Mi Flash Tool in order to flash fastboot ROMs on Xiaomi devices as there are pre-made scripts that you can simply run and be done with. Once that is done, you can follow steps 1-to-3 above and launch the Terminal inside the working directory (the folder where the Fastboot ROM is extracted). Finally, issue the following command in the Terminal depending on what type of flash you wish to perform. If you’re going to attempt this, make sure that the rollback index of the downloaded ROM matches with the rollback index of the MIUI firmware currently installed on your device. Once both these things are done, click ‘flash’ in the Mi Flash Tool to finally install the MIUI Fastboot ROM on your Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco device.