Xiaomifix is an easy access to xiaomi Software Related Issues. Here, you will be able to find the latest version of Xiaomi drivers. Besides this, you will learn easy methods to unlock bootloader on your xiaomi devices. Furthermore, rooting steps are also included for all Xiaomi devices that can let you gain the administrative privileges on your smartphone.
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What is Unlocking Bootloader?
In simple words, bootloader is a program that contains set of instructions to be executed at the time of boot up process. When you turn your Phone ON, the bootloader get provoked and send the instructions to the Kernel proposed by the manufacturer.
By default, every smartphone has its bootloader in a locked state. There is a strong reason behind it and that is the manufacturer wants the user to stay stick to the stock firmware of the smartphone and revolve around the parameters set by the OEM.
To be a part of gaining administrator privileges on your smartphone, you will be required to unlock the bootloader and that is the first step to jump into the other side of Android also called (third-party software’s) unofficial side.
What is Rooting?
Rooting is the process that let the user gain the administrator privileges of the smartphone. Once, your device is rooted, you will be able to freely utilize and make customization to your smartphone according to your satisfaction. Rooting provides a broader perspective for using the Android smartphone. You might be able to flash the custom Mods/Roms and rooted apps, once you root your device.
Pros of Rooting:
- You can flash the custom ROMs
- Allow to install the rooted/special apps
- Provide endless customization options
Cons of Rooting:
- It voids the Phone warranty
- Performance of the phone might get affected
What is Driver?
Drivers provide a medium of interaction for the hardware and software. Without drivers, you will get unexpected interruptions during the process, this because of unsuccessful communication medium between software and hardware component.
There are different drivers available for different purposes. Every smartphone model has its own specific drivers.
- ADB Drivers – For Connecting Purposes
- CDC Drivers – For Flashing Firmware
- VCOM Drivers – For Flashing Firmware
- SPD Drivers – For Flashing firmware
- Qualcomm Drivers – For Qualcomm Chipset Smartphones
- MediaTek Drivers – For MediaTek Chipset Smartphones.
- MTP Drivers – For Media Transfer
- ADB & Fastboot – For Executing ADB & Fastboot Commands
All these drivers can be installed on the computer, so that the further actions could be taken on smartphone connected to the PC.