This release is thanks to the work from XDA Senior Members vasishath and Shahan_mik3. The developers have included the standard warning that this « whole thing is basically one giant hack » stock ROM and that none of these ROMs are made with this mod in mind. The mod doesn’t mess with the data partition or boot sector, but if something goes awry then you will have to flash the stock MIUI fastboot ROM to get things back up and running. As always, make backups before making major changes like installing MultiROM. Check the terminal emulators preferences if it is possible to change the terminal type to something that can display colours. You could also run the props command with the -nc option (No Colour), or disable colours in the script settings.
Pocophone F1 Smartphone is powered by Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 Chipset. Therefore, you have to install the Qualcomm USB Driver and the ADB Driver to connect the Smartphone to the Computer. You can also use it during the Firmware (OS) Flashing or Installing process on the device or fixing any Software-related issues. You’ve built your operating system from scratch, from the ground up. You are the master/mistress of your domain… and
We have the download link for it, which can be flashed via the MIUI Updater. Download Xiaomi Poco F1 Official Firmware ROM on your computer. The compressed file contains everything you need to install the ROM published by the manufacturer.
- We always suggest, before the start, the flashing process you need to create a backup of your Android smartphone.
- Open the updater app on your phone – Select the three dots from the top corner and choose the update package.
- The ROM is based on AOSP so the overall stability is quite good and I like the fact that it has released Android 13 builds for almost all the supported devices.
Third, it has amazing stability among all the ROMs that I have tested for years. The main developer, Henrique Pereira, is not in a tearing hurry to port new Android versions to all the devices. Also, on some ROMs, you may have to flash a GApps package such as OpenGapps (website) or NikGApps (website). I have personally tested almost all the ROMs listed below on my Redmi K20 Pro, Poco F1, and Mi A1. Also, if you like the custom ROM, consider donating the developer behind the work. Not so long ago, we put the OnePlus 6 against the recently released Pocophone F1 in a performance showdown, which revealed a rather surprising verdict. In this part, we will discuss the OnePlus 6’s software, battery life, and audio as well as other less noticeable aspects that make for the whole experience.