Xiaomi.eu Stable & Beta ROM for Mi 9T (Redmi K20)

Xiaomi.eu Stable & Beta ROM for Mi 9T (Redmi K20) 1

Since its decision for IPO in Hongkong last year, Xiaomi strives to add more diversification in its smartphone lineups. One of which that receives world’s recognition is Xiaomi Mi 9T.

The device is named under different nomenclature in Asian countries. Fellow Mi Fans in India rather know it as Redmi K20. Both Redmi K20 and Xiaomi Mi 9T ship with similar hardware specifications. Hence, both also inherit same codename Davinci. For the sake of this article, we simply call it as Mi 9T but it refers to both device.

Xiaomi Mi 9T comes with MIUI 10 based on Android 9.0 Pie by default. Its Asian brother the Redmi K20 released in China runs MIUI 10 China Stable ROM.

The MIUI China and Global have similar key features but with discrepancies among of them.

The MIUI China ROM usually comes with some latest features not available within its Global version. This is obvious considering that the main developer teams of MIUI are based on the company’s home country.

However, the China version inherits apps considered as bloatware for non-Chinese users.

Here’s where the Xiaomi.eu ROM comes in to bridge the gaps between the advantage and the disadvantage of MIUI China ROM.

Xiaomi.eu is a third-party project offering enhanced MIUI experience. The project forks stock MIUI China Stable and China Developer (Beta) builds for global users.

Users love this ROM mainly for a number of reasons. First, it is still MIUI after all. The ROM keeps the awesomeness of MIUI while removing its main disadvantages.

Second, the ROM also supports OTA update mechanism which is very handy.

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Third, just like the official MIUI ROM, Xiaomi.eu also comes with regular updates. It means that users can enjoy secure Android environment thanks to just-in-time security patches.

Lastly, Xiaomi.eu also comes with patched Mi Themes app. The original Themes app no longer allows users to import MIUI themes .mtz files downloaded from third-party.


Xiaomi.eu Stable ROM is based on MIUI China Stable ROM.

File name :
Version | 322 downloads | Size: 2 GB

Check its latest version here.


Beta build is also known as Developer. Xiaomi developers team usually releases this build weekly. Once the official build becomes available, the Xiaomi.eu version of it will also be available.

File name :
Version 9.8.15 | 146 downloads | Size: 2 GB
File name :
Version 9.8.8 | 47 downloads | Size: 2 GB

Check its latest version here.

How to install?

Despite the ROM is basically still based on MIUI, Xiaomi.eu is considered as a custom Android ROM. Hence, general rules apply. An unlocked bootloader is the most important requirement to be able to flash this ROM. Additionally, a TWRP custom recovery is also crucial.

In short, you can follow these steps:

  1. Unlock the bootloader officially.
  2. Flash TWRP custom Recovery (You can use this or this).
  3. Flash the ROM zip file through TWRP.
  4. Flash Magisk (optionally if you want root).
  5. Flash Disable Encryption zip file through TWRP.

Not enough clue for you? Read our comprehensive steps on how to flash Xiaomi.eu on Mi 9T / Redmi K20.



3 thoughts on “Xiaomi.eu Stable & Beta ROM for Mi 9T (Redmi K20)”

  1. Maximiliano R. Mascarenhas

    I recently purchased the phone “MI 9 Transparent Edition”. The unlocking process was successful. But after upgrading to “Global ROM”, the phone didn’t call. When connecting phone to computer, computer is recognizing USB device, I tried solution as an example at “https://miui.blog/redmi-note-7/unbrick-redmi-note-7-without-authorized-mi-account -edl-test-point-mode / “, but I was unsuccessful. How can I solve this problem? Exist?

    1. That tutorial is made specifically for Redmi Note 7 which has different chipset with Mi 9, obviously. I’m not quite sure about “upgrading to Global ROM”. What ROM build your phone was running when you bought it?

  2. Maximiliano R. Mascarenhas

    Fariez Nurkholiq,

    The phone was purchased in Shanghai at Xiaomi’s official store. The original ROM was working perfectly. The purpose of the upgrade to “ROM Global” was to have the language of my country (Brazil). After upgrading to “Global ROM”, the phone did not turn on. The phone is still in the “dead” state, at least I need it to call, to try to install other ROMs. Is there a solution to this?

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