Xiaomi launched its latest Mi flagship device during the Mobile World Congress event, dubbed the Mi 9. As expected, the Mi 9 is priced very competitively and would go on sale for a starting price of 449 euros in the European markets soon.
The device is one of the first to come with the Snapdragon 855 chipset along with the latest Sony IMX586 1/2, 48-megapixel sensor. Xiaomi hasn’t gone all crazy by offering a 1TB storage and 12GB RAM variant for the Mi 9 and instead has a modest base variant with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage or a top-end variant with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Even though it’s been only a couple of days since the launch of the Mi 9, there’s already an unofficial TWRP recovery available for the Xiaomi Mi 9.
Users who are looking to install a third-party recover on the Mi 9 wouldn’t have to wait since this unofficial TWRP recovery is available to download from here. It hasn’t been tested yet, though, so unless you know what you are doing, don’t try to install it just yet.
You may seek help over install the TWRP on the XDA page.
As we’ve mentioned above, this is an unofficial build of the TWRP recovery for the Mi 9. If you want the official one or the one that’s been tested well, we suggest you wait for while since the Mi 9 hasn’t hit many stores yet.
The default language on the unofficial TWRP recovery package is set to Chinese; however, you can change the language to English as well which is pretty helpful, to say the least.