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  • Over the years, Xiaomi has become the golden boy of the Indian smartphone market.
  • Start your Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro in download mode you can install Stock ROM and help your phone running better.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with One UI 1.1, adding Digital Wellbeing and Bixby routines.
  • The stock ROM is the pre-installed operating system in your device.
  • Now, the team has extended support for a few more devices.

Samsung’s budget Galaxy A10 was the best selling Android device in 2019, closely followed by the Galaxy A50, Galaxy A20, and the Redmi Note 7. A refreshed version of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 has apparently passed through the FCC.

The ultimate method for getting your phone back to stock is to flash a factory image. This reverts your phone almost to the state it was in when you first unboxed it. All you need to do afterward is lock the bootloader, and your device will be completely factory fresh.

This blocked the most popular apps like substratum and Swift installer. For a while, there was absolutely no way to install themes which weren’t on the Samsung theme store. Now, custom themes are possible using Custom OneUI Theme Installer. The methods for using this are replacing a free theme from the theme store or root access. XDA Recognized Developer TheImpulson was among the list of developers to receive a device from us, and thanks to that, we now have an unofficial build stock ROM of LineageOS 17.1 based on Android 10. Although the ROM is fairly usable, the list of caveats is significantly long at this stage. VoLTE and NFC (on global variant) are not working and the full resolution of the camera sensor can’t be utilized at this moment.

As per the comments in the forum post, the ROM seems to be quite stable and all the features are working as expected. We here at XDA-Developers have collaborated with OEMs in the past in order to kickstart development for a lot of devices. For instance, our initiative with Xiaomi for the Poco F1 has led to a thriving community that has given Poco F1 users a lot of options in terms of aftermarket ROMs, kernels and other modifications. The ASUS ZenFone 6 also witnesses an active development community thanks to previous device seeding efforts. The same story exists for the Realme X too, thanks to the developer program for the device. Now, we aim to repeat the same story with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro, Xiaomi’s latest mid-range value offering.