Redmi Note 5 MIUI China Stable Recovery ROM (All Versions)

Redmi Note 5 MIUI China Stable Recovery ROM (All Versions) 1

Are you currently looking for the China Stable build of MIUI Recovery ROM? Look no further! Below you can find all available Chinese version of MIUI ever released for Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro/Global/China/AI. These files are not listed officially on the MIUI Global Download page. However, all of these files are original, untouched, and unmodified.

All the download links head directly to the official Xiaomi’s servers. You can make use of your favorite download manager to grab the zip file to your PC.

These MIUI China ROM are compatible with all variants of Redmi Note 5 codename Whyred including Redmi Note 5 Pro (India), Redmi Note 5 Global/AI (all other countries), and of course Redmi Note 5 China. Please remember that you may not flash it on Redmi Note 5 India codename Vince.

Read also: All codenames of all Xiaomi devices.


MIUI ROM Variants:

  • Developer/beta: This build is not the official public release but is intended for development purpose. Hence, this is also called as Beta build. You can download and use this build but you may expect some bugs and stability issues. The MIUI Beta version is usually released every week.
  • Stable build: As what the name implies. The Stable build is the official public release that is stable enough for daily usage by all MIUI users. Every new Xiaomi device is released with the stable build. There is no regular and exact time of when this is going to be released. However, each time the Developer Team behind MIUI have managed to accomplish new features and patched some known bugs, the stable build will be released.

MIUI ROM Versions:

There are 3 main versions available in which each of them is intended for the specific users:

  • China version: For devices released in China – it has no Google Play Store and GApps.
  • Russia version: For devices released in Russia.
  • Global version: For devices released worldwide other than China and Russia.

The ones available below are MIUI China version and Stable build. Each file has its own version number. We list from the oldest to the latest one in order. Scroll to the bottom if you are looking for the latest version available.

Version Numbering:

Just like other software, version numbering is appended to each release to make it easy distinguishing newest, previous, and oldest versions. However, along with version number, the MIUI Developer Team has also included a unique code, for instance: OEIMIFH, OEIMIFD, NEIMIEK, OEICNFH, OEICNFA, and so on.

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What does the code mean? It is a unique identifier coded exclusively for each release.

  1. The first letter (N or O) represent the Android codename in which the ROM was built from (Nougat, Oreo, and so on).
  2. The 2nd and 3rd letters are the code for MIUI device variants.
  3. The 4th and 5th letters represent the type of the build: either Global or China (and sometimes Russia).
  4. The 6th and 7th are just a unique code.


O= Oreo (Android 8.x)
EI= Redmi Note 5 Whyred
CN= China Build
FH= Unique code for the released update.

Now you have understood what the code of each MIUI ROM file is. It’s time for the direct download links.


File name :
Version | 206 downloads | Size: 2 GB
File name :
Version | 50 downloads | Size: 2 GB
File name :
Version | 60 downloads | Size: 2 GB
File name :
Version | 61 downloads | Size: 2 GB
File name :
Version | 94 downloads | Size: 2 GB

Latest Version

File name :
Version | 1031 downloads | Size: 2 GB

How to install/update?

Read and follow our previous article outlining the required steps to flash MIUI Recovery ROM.

The Fastboot ROMs of the above versions are available here.

Read also: How to flash TWRP and Root Redmi Note 5.

Both MIUI 9 and MIUI 10 available above are the version with Anti-rollback Protection (ARB). It is a security mechanism to prevent you from downgrading the MIUI ROM. It means that the only option you have if you want to flash or to install the ROM is to flash either the same version or a newer version. Many users have ended up with a bricked device as the result of such protection. The fact that it cannot be resolved through simple fastboot method makes the situation worst. Additionally, users cannot flash a custom recovery (TWRP/RWRP) through traditional fastboot method.

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