Error updating boot rom
But don’t be discouraged, there’s another way to update your i LO firmware.1.) Download the HP USB Key Utility for Windows 2.) If you’re running Windows 8.1 and try to install the utility, it will fail with “The software is not supported for installation on this system.” Not a big deal, simply extract the files to a directory 3.) Launch HPUSBKEY.Once extracted, you’ll then get a folder named like this (example Global version): hermes_global_images_V184.108.40.206.LHMMICK_20151221.0000.11_5.0_global or this for Chinese version: hermes_images_V220.127.116.11.Hold your pressing until your phone restarting and entering Fastboot mode.
Unfortunately, the HP VMware recipe called for a version that was newer than what was included with the latest Service Pack for Proliant (SPP). I downloaded the online ROM flash utility and when I ran it I received the following error: We’re running the generic ESXi build, not the HP build, so we’re missing out on some of the offline bundles that would otherwise help us to get the job done.
My new Redmi 3s prime is currently on MIUI 7 V18.104.22.168 Global Stable. But Mi Flash shows CRITICAL PARTITION FLASHING NOT ALLOWED.
I tried updating it to MIUI 8 Global Developer ROM via recovery mode.
Also, the purpose of this guide is not limited to fix error on your smartphone but you can also use this guide just for ROM flashing purpose either to update your phone to latest MIUI version or to root the Android OS on your Mi phone.
Enough the chit chat and let’s start the tutorial after the jump below.