Yesterday we noted that the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite was starting to receive a stable and global update to Android 10. Hours later, we started seeing forums, Telegraph channels and MIUI pages that users bug reporting failure (phone does not start) And today, we have information that the update has been suspended.
We'll tell you what the situation was, moreover possible solutions to the problem if you have been affected by the update and your phone will not unlock in any way.
Users report boot issues on Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite
A couple of weeks ago we said that Xiaomi canceled an update to the Mi 10 for Android 10 due to major issues, but it has increased for first time users. It happened with the Xiaomi Mi A3 and now it happens with the Xiaomi Mi A2. The alert is not a wolf and that is some of our readers have already reported mistakes
"I failed to rebuild, I rebuilt …. DEAD!"
"With the release, the Android One logo comes out and the screen starts branding black and white …"
"Don't even think about updating … it's been molded and I spent 3 hours waking it up on android 9 with fastboot, because up until then it has given me problems … !!!!!!! DON'T PICK UP !!!!!!! !! My phone is gone, after reuse it. The screen is black and from there it is not over, it cannot be restarted, it falls on them.
Looking at platforms like XDA Developers, we don't even have to go looking for a thread. The cover is flooded with multiple pages when users note that their phone has a brickeado after being updated.
By the side of the MIUI forum there are about 200 ideas in update, with a good number of unlocked calls and an announcement by the president that an update has been suspended. Users themselves, in various forums, have been able to authenticate you, because the OTA update no longer appears in settings.
While this error affected many users, others managed to install the update and seemed to be working fine. OTA does not cause a boot issue on all devices
We've contacted Xiaomi to find out if there is any official position or imminent launch date for the update and we will update this article in case there is a response. Similarly note that, while the error is greatly expanded, other users were able to install the update, although it does not work from time to time.
How to solve the Mi A2 Lite problem that does not open
On XDA Developers share two possible solutions to the problem of brickeos. We'll have to use the device fastboot, because if it's a brickeado, we won't have access to the other way. The first solution is to modify the active partition. It sounds complicated, but there are only two commands.
- Unlock the device in fastboot mode and connect it to PC
- Check which partition is working (on the copy of the PC command copy: fastboot Getvar current-slot)
Change active partition (in PC command copy copy: fastboot –set-active = x) remembers that & # 39; x & # 39; can & # 39; a & # 39; or & # 39; b & # 39; If it & # 39; & # 39; & # 39 ;, switch to & # 39; b & # 39 ;, if it & # 39; b & # 39 ;, switch & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;.
Another remedy To flash the previous full ROM with my Flash. You must download it from Google Drive and install it in My Flash. In the same way, you can try Xiaomi Tool V2, a tool we recommend and used to illuminate ROMs in your phone.
This kind of problem puts the table on hold that waiting before renewal can be a good idea, especially on a popular mobile phone where, many hours after the update, we'll know if any problems exist or not
In these cases it is revealed You may have to wait before you enter OTA instead of starting to update it as soon as it gets to us. In the case of Xiaomi, update A few hours later the OTA was introduced to avoid problems.
Via | Mi.com