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Is the official MIUI ICS ROM stable?

15th April 2012, 04:04 PM |#1  
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I'm currently on the Bugless Beast ROM, and it is very stable and pretty much like the name says without bugs, I have yet to have a problem with it.

However I have been thinking of going to MIUI, but I don't know how stable and/or fast it would be compared to my current ROM.

So what is your opinion?
 
 
16th April 2012, 02:23 PM |#2  
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Anyone know?
16th April 2012, 03:19 PM |#3  
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Almost-stable but..
Too low available memory and low speed makes me use CM9.

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16th April 2012, 03:37 PM |#4  
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MIUI is not as stable as the ics roms. I sometimes get lag such as the MIUI locker. There is still lots of bug. But it is stable enough for daily use.

But the recent update makes the contacts in small photos. So i switch back to codename android rom.

You can give it a try.

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Thanks, I guess I'll just say with BB, I like ROMs fast and as stable as possible.
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Although, according to the ICS ROM Benchmarks Nexus S List, there are two MIUI ROMs in the top five. Catalyst MIUI, one of my favorite ROMs, is a bit laggy. Perhaps, because it has Force GPU Rendering and Keep Launcher in Memory checked but then again I haven't tried it with those settings unchecked.

I would give it a try. It is really a beautiful ROM (something different).
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Although, according to the ICS ROM Benchmarks Nexus S List, there are two MIUI ROMs in the top five. Catalyst MIUI, one of my favorite ROMs, is a bit laggy. Perhaps, because it has Force GPU Rendering and Keep Launcher in Memory checked but then again I haven't tried it with those settings unchecked.

I would give it a try. It is really a beautiful ROM (something different).

I also love MIUI due to its interface

MIUI is still in early development, so the MIUI team does not optimize the rom so much.

That's why MIUI has sudden lag and is buggy.

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17th April 2012, 02:49 AM |#8  
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You could try MIUIXperience! It's a great option for MIUI with several tweaks and themes. Awesome ROM with great battery life and performance.

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I'm using catalyst and liking it. But does use a little bit to much memory. Heard super charger helps but looks to confusing for me to try it.

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I'm using catalyst and liking it. But does use a little bit to much memory. Heard super charger helps but looks to confusing for me to try it.

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You should try v6 supercharger,i got 168 free RAM with miui catalyst rev 2 + air kernel 3.9.5 big mem and 70+ apps and games installed.


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