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Download and install official OrangeFox Recovery Project for Redmi Note 9 Pro (Curtana)

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro (Codename: Curtana) has just gotten it's first official OrangeFox Recovery Project. The phone which was launched in May of this year has now joined the list of other Xioami phones with official OrangeFox custom recovery support.
OrangeFox Recovery Project is an open source touch based recovery which is based on the popular TeamWin Recovery project (Twrp). It offers all the features of Twrp and many more  like built in support for Magisk installation, themes to choose from, Aroma File manager, flash light and many more.

Features of OrangeFox recovery
  • Updated with latest TWRP commits
  • Built-in support for installing init.d functionality
  • Built-in support for installing Magisk
  • AromaFM
  • Flashlight
  • Password, torch, led
  • Support for Miui and Custom ROMs
  • Superb new UI and themes
  • OrangeFox theme engine:
    • choice of theme (black, dark, etc)
    • choice of color scheme
    • choice of splash screen
  • Alternative lockscreen
  • And many more!

    Changelog OrangeFox recovery R11
    0_0 on Redmi Note 9 Pro - Curtana
    • Initial Build for Curtana (Miatoll)

    How to install OrangeFox recovery R11 on Redmi Note 9 Pro - Curtana
    • Make sure you have a Twrp custom recovery installed already or click on this LINK.
    • Download the OrangeFox recovery for Lavender from the link below.
    • Copy the downloaded OrangeFox file to your phone internal storage.
    • Reboot to recovery.
    • Click on install and select the downloaded OrangeFox file.
    • Once the installation is completed, your phone will automatically reboot into OrangeFox recovery.
    • After that, you can go ahead and reboot to system.

    Download Link

    • Make sure you read the ReadMe by clicking on this Link.
    • OrangeFox recovery does not support MIUI incremental OTA updates. So you need to download and flash a full MIUI ROM.
    • Always leave "Disable DM-Verity" and "Disable Forced Encryption" unticked.
    • If you are running MIUI, then do not try to backup the System or Vendor partitions. Also, do not try to restore any backup of those two partitions. A full backup/restore of MIUI should consist of no more than:
      • Boot
      • Data
      • System_Image
      • Vendor_image
    • If you are running a custom ROM, a full backup/restore could consist of:
      • Boot
      • Data
      • System (or System_Image)
      • Vendor (or Vendor_image)
    • If you are returning to MIUI from a custom ROM, you must format your data partition after flashing MIUI.
    • If you have further questions, then click on the source link below.

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