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[ROM] MIUI port 1.11.04 (5/11/11)

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By stockwell, Retired Recognized Developer on 3rd July 2011, 10:59 AM
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I take no responsibility for any harm that comes to your phone as a result of applying this mod.

Based on the Desire-Z MIUI.us release available here: http://roms.miui.us/1.10.14/MIUI.us_...ipA_Signed.zip

Known Issues
  • Wifi doesn't always work well with networks that use a hidden SSID, and not at all with hidden 802.1x EAP networks
  • Green/purple line on photos taken at 5MP resolution with the Gemini JPEG encoder enabled.
  • Phone will crash when UMS is enabled for internal storage.
  • Need to restart wifi tethering to change SSID and security settings

Thanks to Geokolar, dzo, miuiandroid.com, miui.us, Juwe11, XJ, roenano and of course Xiaomi

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Changelog:
  • Update to latest MIUI.us release, with framework modified to support additional English locales
  • Include native USB tethering from previous fixpack
  • x5settings: Update donators list (Thankyou Jan!)

Additional Features
  • Ram optimization script by Juwe11 (available here)

Installation
  1. Copy miui zip to your external sdcard
  2. Boot to clockworkmod recovery
  3. (Optional) Perform a backup. After backing up reboot recovery (in the advanced menu)
  4. Install zip from sdcard
  5. Important for first install Wipe data/cache.
  6. Reboot to system and enjoy. Be patient the first boot as it takes a while to build the dalvik cache and will just show a black screen for ~15 seconds.

Notes
  • Firewall is by default set to quite aggressive settings. I would suggest looking over these and turning it off if you don't need any of the features.
  • Don't use the battery usage monitor.

Thanks to those who donated to make this ROM possible:
Ho Made, P.Santos, haydnlj, khunjj, N. Kesina, R. Rhbäck, Gefjon, bazz07, L. Luc, saran, C.Grama, sergejk, A.Robson, Trevh, Red Krawler, D. Moens, J. Goosen.
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3rd July 2011, 11:48 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by stockwell

I take no responsibility for any harm that comes to your phone as a result of applying this mod.

I got bored last night so I decided to try a Miui port. Thanks to the work done on gingerbread roms by Geno and DZO this was actually fairly straightforward to do. At this stage basically everything that works in CM7 is working in Miui.

Based on the Desire-Z Miui.us release available here: http://goo.gl/BckGH

Known Bugs

  • Issue with recording audio (skype, gtalk etc)
  • No hardware video acceleration
  • No camera
  • Probably more, post your results

Thanks to Genokolar, DZO and Miui team

DownloadsInstallation
  1. Copy miui_u8800.zip to your external sdcard
  2. Boot to clockworkmod recovery
  3. (Optional) Perform a backup. After backing up reboot recovery (in the advanced menu)
  4. Important Wipe data/cache
  5. Apply update from sdcard
  6. Reboot to system and enjoy. Be patient the first boot as it takes a while to build the dalvik cache and will just show a black screen for ~15 seconds.

Wow, I'm amazed at the amount of activity in ROM development.
I really hope you're able to get this bug free eventually.
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3rd July 2011, 12:47 PM |#3  
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Great Work
3rd July 2011, 01:11 PM |#4  
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Looks fun !
I am not wishing to try out this until it 3 more updates :P
Feeling pretty insecure for a change at the moment. I will check in here everyday I like MIUI for the sleek and stylish view they have of an android ROM should look and work alike.
3rd July 2011, 01:26 PM |#5  
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Good work, you beat me to it.
I already had downloaded Desire Z's MIUI. :P
3rd July 2011, 01:36 PM |#6  
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Excelent work mate many thanks
3rd July 2011, 02:14 PM |#7  
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Thumbs up thanks!
awesome work! great thx to you,i 'll test it
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Just flash it in, works grate! will use it for daily uses for testing!
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3rd July 2011, 03:16 PM |#9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by stockwell

I take no responsibility for any harm that comes to your phone as a result of applying this mod.

I got bored last night so I decided to try a Miui port. Thanks to the work done on gingerbread roms by Geno and DZO this was actually fairly straightforward to do. At this stage basically everything that works in CM7 is working in Miui.

Based on the Desire-Z Miui.us release available here: http://goo.gl/BckGH

Known Bugs

  • Issue with recording audio (skype, gtalk etc)
  • No hardware video acceleration
  • No camera
  • Wifi Hotspot
  • Probably more, post your results

Thanks to Genokolar, DZO and Miui team

DownloadsInstallation
  1. Copy miui_u8800.zip to your external sdcard
  2. Boot to clockworkmod recovery
  3. (Optional) Perform a backup. After backing up reboot recovery (in the advanced menu)
  4. Apply update from sdcard
  5. Important Wipe data/cache.
  6. Reboot to system and enjoy. Be patient the first boot as it takes a while to build the dalvik cache and will just show a black screen for ~15 seconds.

Notes
  • If you wish to use automatic backlight levels I suggest disabling the allow lights to decrease option. It doesn't smoothly transition between the backlight levels so it can be really annoying having it change while you're using it.

Well a question to you @stock and @noejn. As stock made a port for the u8800 and noejn wanted to do it too, wouldn't it be great if you guys would work together and refine it?
Thanks for the rom stock and I really hope to see it evolve
3rd July 2011, 04:02 PM |#10  
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WOW , great work dude
3rd July 2011, 04:07 PM |#11  
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Well a question to you @stock and @noejn. As stock made a port for the u8800 and noejn wanted to do it too, wouldn't it be great if you guys would work together and refine it?
Thanks for the rom stock and I really hope to see it evolve

I was just waiting for exams season to be over. :P

But nah, stockwell knows what he's doing; it's also a small port and parallel with CM, much like Oxygen. Advances with CM will result in advances in the other ones. So it's the kind of port it's easier to be maintained by one guy, less confusion and such imho.
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