The next flagship phone of Xiaomi is about to come dubbed as Mi 10. Don’t get you wrong! Mi 10 is not the same as Mi Note 10. Both are completely different phones.
Mi Note 10 has codename “Tucana” and is also known as Mi CC9 Pro, the Chinese variant of the phone.
It boasts Snapdragon 730G (8 nm) chipset from Qualcomm. Tucana also comes with Penta cameras making it as the first Xiaomi phone to feature 5 cameras setup.
Orangefox is a modified version of TWRP. It comes with advanced features not available within the original TWRP.
Those features, since not getting approved by TeamWin Dev Team, are packed in a new recovery with a different name.
The Orange Fox Recovery Project (OFRP) was originally designed for Redmi Note 4X (codename Mido). Nowadays, it transforms into a leader of custom recoveries offering best UI and UX.
Cool UI and UX alone cannot attract loyal fans across the globe. Its key features do. What are they?
- Synced with last Teamwin changes;
- Designed with last Material design 2 guidelines;
- Implemented support for Flyme and MIUI OTA;
- Advanced and cool customizations;
- Built-in patches, like Magisk and password reset patch;
- Password protection;
- Fully open-source;
- Data decryption supported;
- Wipe feature works;
- Backup and Restore features also work;
- Frequently updated.
As we write, the official version of OFRP for Mi Note 10 (Mi CC9 Pro) is not available yet. You can always check at its official page for its availability:
Meanwhile, an XDA member AtomSand has managed to build his own unofficial version of OFRP that really works on Tucana.
You can download his version down below. The file is hosted as mirror direct link on our servers.
Please note, the above file is NOT for any other variants of Xiaomi Mi or Redmi phones but Mi Note 10 or Mi CC9 Pro.
Looking for the original version of TWRP for Tucana? Download it here.
Please create a backup before implementing all steps below.
Step 1 – Unlock the bootloader of your phone. This process wipes your data. You’ll like doing a factory reset.
Step 2 – Download and extract Xiaomi ADB Fastboot Driver zip file and install it on your computer. Make sure you install it on C:\adb\.
Step 3 – Download Android Platform Tools. Extract the zip file. You’ll get a new folder called platform-tools.
Step 4 – Download the OFRP zip file from the link above. Open the zip file and extract “recovery.img” file. Place that file inside the platform-tools folder.
Step 5 – Enable USB Debugging option in the Developer Options. Go to:
Settings >> About Phone >> tap MIUI Version several times >> You are a developer!
Then, enable the option from:
Settings >> Additional Settings >> Developer Options >> USB Debugging >> Switch ON
Step 6 – Connect your Mi Note 10 / Mi CC9 Pr to your computer using its USB cable.
Step 7 – Transfer the Orangefox zip file to your phone internal storage.
Step 8 – Open up Windows Explorer and go to the platform-tools folder. From there, launch up the Command Prompt window. Simply type cmd in the address bar followed by hitting the Enter key.
Step 9 – Now type in this command and hit Enter after each line to execute it:
adb devices adb reboot bootloader fastboot devices
The phone will reboot into the bootloader mode.
Step 10 – Use this command below to flash Orangefox on Mi Note 10:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
Step 11 – Once the install process finished, use this command to boot into Orangefox TWRP for the first time:
fastboot oem reboot-recovery
Step 12 – Do the “Swipe to confirm modification”. This action is required once.
Step 13 – Find and select the OrangeFox zip file you copied earlier, tap on it to select it.
Step 14 – Do the swipe to install action.
Step 15 – Once the flashing process finished, your phone will reboot into Orangefox again automatically.
Voila! You have successfully installed Orangefox!
You can then reboot back to system or flash Magisk to gain root access.
OFRP already has Magisk package build in. However, downloading the latest version of Magisk allows you to enjoy the latest version. Enjoy!