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16th March 2012, 12:15 PM   |  #1  
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Can someone recommend a good iOs styled rom? I've come across the Chinese one which was the best so far but the browser and music players are still missing, the lockscreen is pretty fake looking and there are some Chinese words here and there.
16th March 2012, 12:38 PM   |  #2  
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Miui v4 by rushabh and team cooper (i think) ..its pretty good ...ull find it in samsung galaxy ace android development section...



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16th March 2012, 12:40 PM   |  #3  
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Thanks! Indeed it's pretty good but I need the camera. Plus, the battery life sucked the last time I used it. BTW, I thought it was ICS not iOs?
16th March 2012, 12:54 PM   |  #4  
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Oops i didnt see that one coming ..their name suggests that its a ios rom cause miui is closest to ios ..
Anyway why dont to use ESPIER LAUNCHER ..its an ios look alike lsuncher ..lots of features and pretty smooth too..i have used it personally ...give it a try

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Quote:
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Oops i didnt see that one coming ..their name suggests that its a ios rom cause miui is closest to ios ..
Anyway why dont to use ESPIER LAUNCHER ..its an ios look alike lsuncher ..lots of features and pretty smooth too..i have used it personally ...give it a try

P.S.: dont just say thanxx hit the thanks button too ;)



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Thanks. I don't mind the Espier Launcher but I want the UI to be something like iOs, I kinda like it. Espier launcher only handles the launcher aspect, and MIUI port for galaxy ace has no camera working and the last time I flashed it the battery life sucked.
16th March 2012, 03:51 PM   |  #7  
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uhmm since the MIUI4 port is built upon Maclaw's CM9 port..
it has got no camera as of now..!
but the battery problem has been solved..maclaw's CM9 has a damn good battery life now!

It was a problem of CPU deep sleep..which he fixed it in beta4 and MIUI also has upgraded to maclaw's beta4 porting the MIUI look..closest to iOS..

So battery being solved, you just gota wait for the camera fix..which would be like mostly (minimum) in 2 more beta builds..

Wait or till then enjoy MIUI without camera and good battery as well!
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K then thanks!

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