After the update, Xiaomi, Poco and Redmi smartphones go into an eternal reboot

by alex

For now it is recommended not to update

Users of Xiaomi, Poco and Redmi smartphones have encountered a cyclic reboot of the operating system known as Bootloop.

Instead of loading the OS normally, devices go into Recovery mode, designed to fix problems with the system. Attempting to enter Safe Mode does not bring any results.

The problem affects devices with MIUI and HyperOS installed, and, apparently, it only affects global versions. Numerous reviews about Bootloop appeared on the w3bsit3-dns.com forum and in the official Xiaomi community on VKontakte.

One of the users noted that the problems began after updating the SystemUI Plugin component. Xiaomi representatives in the «VKontakte» community They recommend that victims wait for the problem to be resolved. If you need urgent access to your device, it is recommended to reset it to factory settings, deleting all user data and settings. However, data recovery using built-in methods is not possible. To do this, in recovery mode (black menu with the title Main Menu), you need to select the Wipe Data item, moving through the menu using the volume buttons and confirming the selection by pressing the power button. Then select Wipe All Data and confirm the action.

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После обновления смартфоны Xiaomi, Poco и Redmi отправляются в вечную перезагрузку

In the meantime, if your smartphone receives a notification about a software update, it is considered better to postpone downloading it.  

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