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Official Evolution X (Android 11) custom ROM for Redmi Note 9S/9 Pro/9 Pro Max/Poco M2 (Miatoll)

It's no more news that Google has already released the stable version of its latest Android 11 and a couple of eligible devices have already received the update. Even though the update is out already, there are still a couple of devices that are yet to receive this update.
The good news however is that a whole lot of custom ROMs are already upgrading their base version to the new Google Android 11. One of this custom ROMs is the Evolution X custom ROM.

A new version of the Evolution X custom ROM which is the Evolution X 5.2 has just been released for the Xioami Redmi Note 9, Note 9S, Note 9 Pro, Poco M2 and Note 9 Pro Max (Miatoll). This new version of Evolution X is based on the Latest Google Android 11.

This new version comes with a couple of big fixes as well as new features. Below is the full changelog as well as the download link.

Changelog Evolution X v5.2 for Redmi Note 9/9s/9 Pro and Poco M2 (Matoll) 
  • OkSwitched to Redfin december fingerprint
  • Upstreamed VantomKernel to 4.14.210
  • Fixed charging issues
  • Fixed network traffic issues
  • Fixed Japan region wrong device model
  • battery and performance improvements
  • Fixed some notch area icons issues
  • Misc other fixes

How to install Havoc-OS ROM on Redmi Note 9 / Poco M2 - Miatoll:
Requirements:
  • Twrp for Redmi Note 9/9S/9 Pro: Download Here.
  • Evolution X v5.2 (Android 10) for Redmi Note 9 series Miatoll: Stock Variant - Download Here 
  • GApps: Download Here.
  • Magisk: Download Here

How to Install:
  • Make sure you have a Twrp recovery installed or download from the link above
  • Downloaded the latest Evolution X ROM, GApps and Magisk
  • Copy all the downloaded files to your phone internal storage 
  • Boot into recovery. 
  • Wipe system, data, cache and Dalvik cache
  • Wipe all in "Advanced Wipe except otg and sd card"
  • Flash the Havoc OS ROM Build
  • Flash Gapps (optional)
  • Wipe cache/Dalvik
  • Reboot to system
Note:
  • If you want to root, then you can go ahead and flash Magisk "after the first boot".





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