Xiaomi Poco F1 is dubbed as the most developer-friendly device. It receives positive feedback from both ordinary users and enthusiasts like Gamers and Development Communities. Thanks to its price-per-performance ratio. Some also call the device as a flagship killer.
However, many users also complain about its day-to-day usage despite its performance. This thread at Global Mi Forum shows the reality. Well, nothing is perfect isn’t it? There is always a drawback. The important point is that Xiaomi and its development team are restless and proactive to provide supports on what lacks within the device.
Recently, MIUI Dev Team has managed to release a new feature allowing Poco F1 users to record full Ultra HD videos with 4K resolution at 60 fps (frame per second). This missing feature can now be enjoyable on the latest MIUI 10 Global Beta ROM v9.3.1.
Sadly, it is still a long road to step on until this feature becomes available in the MIUI Global Stable ROM. It takes time but enjoying latest features is one of advantages being users of MIUI Beta/Developer build.
Nevertheless, not all Mi Fans have the same willingness to run the MIUI Beta build.
If by any chance, you are one of them, you can still enjoy the 4K60 feature on your Poco F1. Thanks to an XDA member, amog787, for extracting the 4K60 lib and for creating a flash-able ZIP file for TWRP.
Download 4K60 Lib for Poco F1
You can download 4K60fps Library for Xiaomi Poco F1 (codename Beryllium) from direct link below:
How to Install?
Follow these steps to enable 4K60 fps recording on Poco F1. Rooting is not necessary but unlocking bootloader is a must.
- Unlock your phone bootloader.
- Flash Pitch Black TWRP or Orange Fox Recovery.
- Download the ZIP file above.
- Boot into recovery: Turn off > Press Volume Up + Power buttons.
- Back up Vendor partition.
- Install/flash the zip file.
This tweak should work on both MIUI Global Stable or Beta Stable. Some users have also tried installing the Lib on Xiaomi.eu and it works just fine. This also compatible with custom ROMs such as LineageOS and Pixel Experience. However, you may need to install stock MIUI camera.
Possible error: In some rare occasions, you may face “Helper App Not Found” error. If this happens, download and install Helper-v1.2.apk on your phone.