Mi8 - Stuck on boot logo after flashing Mi-Globe ROM

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Re: Mi8 - Stuck on boot logo after flashing Mi-Globe ROM

Post by dr4kendroid » 27 Jul 2018, 06:59

We know about the problem and try to fix it, please be patient.
Thanks for your reports.

You can allways use TWRP to flash another ROM, that should be fine.
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Re: Mi8 - Stuck on boot logo after flashing Mi-Globe ROM

Post by dr4kendroid » 29 Jul 2018, 14:41

We are currently uploading latest ROM Version 8.7.26
Bootloop is fixed !
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Re: Mi8 - Stuck on boot logo after flashing Mi-Globe ROM

Post by ahmedcool166 » 31 Dec 2018, 11:29

Salam Guys ,

I just was in the same problems.but i fixed it. here what i did.

1- As it was too long on the bot screen i restarted the phone.
2- Enter the recovery mode TWRP.
3- Wipe data.
4- restart the phone
5- about 10 mins and it was everything is good.

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Mi8 Stuck on boot logo after flashing Mi Globe ROM

Post by byronCer » 14 May 2019, 19:30

tried to install the newest firmware just updated today on the haipad official website M7 firmware feb.16

it seemed to install fine but im stuck at boot logo now...


how can i go back to original firmware?? ;


thanx for you help......

Edit // upgrade worked. Have to put firmware files in external sdcard not internal

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