Download either the fastboot or recovery firmware from the link(s) below and follow the recommended flashing instructions immediately after the download options. Do not hesitate to report any broken links detected. ROM that can be easily flashed by recovery or mobile is called Recovery ROM. The file extension of Recovery ROM is .zip which can be installed through local updates. Recovery files can be installed on Xiaomi, Redmi, etc mobile. Recovery ROM can also be flashed using Updater App.
Finally, issue the following command in the Terminal depending on what type of flash you wish to perform. If you’re going to attempt this, make sure that the rollback index of the downloaded ROM matches with the rollback index of the MIUI firmware currently installed on your device. Once both these things are done, click ‘flash’ in the Mi Flash Tool to finally install the MIUI Fastboot ROM on your Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco device. ‘clean all and lock’ should be used with precaution. If your device was previously rooted, had a custom ROM, or any other sorts of modifications, then try and not use it.
Xiaomi 13 come with 4500mAh non-removable battery and fast charging 67W. Xiaomi 13 runs MIUI 14 is based on Android 13 and packs 128GB, 256GB and 512GB of inbuilt storage and phone does not have dedicated SD card slot to extend device storage. You may have noticed that there are a bunch of flashing scripts in the folder.
But for a completely clean and fresh installation of all system files, the fastboot method is the way to go. To flash via fastboot though, your Xiaomi smartphone’s bootloader has to be unlocked first.
Start by clicking ‘Select’ in the tool to launch the file selector window. Then navigate to the location where the Fastboot ROM was extracted, select the folder (do not select the ‘images’ folder instead), and click ‘OK’. With everything set up and ready, it’s finally time to flash the Fastboot ROM to your device using the Mi Flash Tool.