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[Q] miui rom for p6200?

28th April 2012, 06:00 AM   |  #1  
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hi there..

just a noob question, will there be a miui roms for tab 7+ P6200? since i thought those roms are awesome..
28th April 2012, 09:30 AM   |  #2  
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Heeeeeeeeee hehe it should be AMAZING you're right I personally guess it shouldn't be too hard to build, but we have few devs right now and aorth is already working on the CM9 which supposed to be wonderful too.

I read once talking about the P6200 MIUI in its Italian channel on nexuslab but I think we're still far away from it

Let's hope dude I'd just like it too on my own p6200

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28th April 2012, 12:15 PM   |  #3  
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In order to properly have MIUI, we must have CM9 first. Why? MIUI is based off of CM.

That being said, once we have CM9 fully (or close to) being a Daily Driver, someone can easily port over MIUI using a lot of the CM9 components and merging them with MIUI bits.

Atleast that's how it happened on my Epic 4G

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28th April 2012, 02:49 PM   |  #4  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ceelos09

In order to properly have MIUI, we must have CM9 first. Why? MIUI is based off of CM.

That being said, once we have CM9 fully (or close to) being a Daily Driver, someone can easily port over MIUI using a lot of the CM9 components and merging them with MIUI bits.

Atleast that's how it happened on my Epic 4G

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CM and MIUI are both AOSP ROMs and you need an AOSP kernel in order to get them to work properly. You could get it ported over right now but nothing would work, same as with the CM9 builds we already have, so really I see no point in doing it except as a proof of concept or work in progress type ROM. The few devs we have are all working hard on CM9 but it's slow going without having all the needed hardware drivers that Samsung won't release. Once that is done MIUI won't be far behind.
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28th April 2012, 02:59 PM   |  #5  
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we have very few developers for now, and there are some major issues such as the wireless.. until that issues are resolved, i don't think we want to split tasks or add more task for the developers. We need at least one working custom kernel first for use as a basis. That is a much higher priority now.
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