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My favourite is Xiaomi.eu Custom ROM (they are not affiliated with Xiaomi). It's the latest version of MIUI straight from China. I don't like MIUI, but it has Xiaomi's Vibration tweaks, MIUI Dolby, and the MIUI Camera App.

On AOSP ROMs you only get a basic Open Source Camera that can only utilise 12 MP,
Vibration is awful on AOSP, because Xiaomi has made some tweaks in MIUI for it to feel good, even tho the Vibration-motor is very cheap.
Non-existant Dolby Atmos or bad versions of Dolby Atmos, which makes the Loudspeakers sound rather unimpressive.

I dislike MIUI because it's such an heavily modified version of Android, and the UI isn't pleasing me and it has some problems like No Gesture support on 3rd party launchers, however it's the features that I need.

Pick your poison.
 
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My favourite is Xiaomi.eu Custom ROM (they are not affiliated with Xiaomi). It's the latest version of MIUI straight from China. I don't like MIUI, but it has Xiaomi's Vibration tweaks, MIUI Dolby, and the MIUI Camera App.

On AOSP ROMs you only get a basic Open Source Camera that can only utilise 12 MP,
Vibration is awful on AOSP, because Xiaomi has made some tweaks in MIUI for it to feel good, even tho the Vibration-motor is very cheap.
Non-existant Dolby Atmos or bad versions of Dolby Atmos, which makes the Loudspeakers sound rather unimpressive.

I dislike MIUI because it's such an heavily modified version of Android, and the UI isn't pleasing me and it has some problems like No Gesture support on 3rd party launchers, however it's the features that I need.

Pick your poison.
is it passing device certifications /saftynet ?
 

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If you care about the camera and audio, and want the best experience overall, Xiaomi.eu is the way to go. In fact, MIUI based roms not only have that, but also a blazing fast charge.

However, I don't care much about camera or listening to audio using the phone speakers, and the battery lasts for the entire day, so I can leave it charging with an average charger, so my daily driver is Pixel Experience. Not only the UI (imo) is better than MIUI, but the phone has better performance during games and daily work, and it will be improving in each release.
 
is it passing device certifications /saftynet ?
Yes Sir
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If you care about the camera and audio, and want the best experience overall, Xiaomi.eu is the way to go. In fact, MIUI based roms not only have that, but also a blazing fast charge.

However, I don't care much about camera or listening to audio using the phone speakers, and the battery lasts for the entire day, so I can leave it charging with an average charger, so my daily driver is Pixel Experience. Not only the UI (imo) is better than MIUI, but the phone has better performance during games and daily work, and it will be improving in each release.
Yes I 100% agree with this. I have the same experience with MIUI vs AOSP
 

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My favourite is Xiaomi.eu Custom ROM (they are not affiliated with Xiaomi). It's the latest version of MIUI straight from China. I don't like MIUI, but it has Xiaomi's Vibration tweaks, MIUI Dolby, and the MIUI Camera App.

On AOSP ROMs you only get a basic Open Source Camera that can only utilise 12 MP,
Vibration is awful on AOSP, because Xiaomi has made some tweaks in MIUI for it to feel good, even tho the Vibration-motor is very cheap.
Non-existant Dolby Atmos or bad versions of Dolby Atmos, which makes the Loudspeakers sound rather unimpressive.

I dislike MIUI because it's such an heavily modified version of Android, and the UI isn't pleasing me and it has some problems like No Gesture support on 3rd party launchers, however it's the features that I need.

Pick your poison.
what specific xiaomi eu rom do you have? weekly rom or stable rom?
 

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If you care about the camera and audio, and want the best experience overall, Xiaomi.eu is the way to go. In fact, MIUI based roms not only have that, but also a blazing fast charge.

However, I don't care much about camera or listening to audio using the phone speakers, and the battery lasts for the entire day, so I can leave it charging with an average charger, so my daily driver is Pixel Experience. Not only the UI (imo) is better than MIUI, but the phone has better performance during games and daily work, and it will be improving in each release.
im also obsessed in pixel rom too. Having a superlight system rom
 
what specific xiaomi eu rom do you have? weekly rom or stable rom?
I have also tried OneOS, it really is very similar. But I pick Xiaomi.eu, because OneOS is based on Xiaomi.eu. There isn't much difference beyond a few added customisation-menus.

I use Weekly. It's nice, only one bug bothers me tho:
When using a 3rd Party Launcher, sometimes I can't open apps in my Recents, and when I scroll the Recents-list, the pictures of the apps become invisible. I don't know if it's because I use Weekly, but I hope they fix that.
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I have also tried OneOS, it really is very similar. But I pick Xiaomi.eu, because OneOS is based on Xiaomi.eu. There isn't much difference beyond a few added customisation-menus.

I use Weekly. It's nice, only one bug bothers me tho:
When using a 3rd Party Launcher, sometimes I can't open apps in my Recents, and when I scroll the Recents-list, the pictures of the apps become invisible. I don't know if it's because I use Weekly, but I hope they fix that. View attachment 5418105
ive already researched it so far, until now it hasnt fix yet the launcher of miui
 
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    If you care about the camera and audio, and want the best experience overall, Xiaomi.eu is the way to go. In fact, MIUI based roms not only have that, but also a blazing fast charge.

    However, I don't care much about camera or listening to audio using the phone speakers, and the battery lasts for the entire day, so I can leave it charging with an average charger, so my daily driver is Pixel Experience. Not only the UI (imo) is better than MIUI, but the phone has better performance during games and daily work, and it will be improving in each release.
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    My favourite is Xiaomi.eu Custom ROM (they are not affiliated with Xiaomi). It's the latest version of MIUI straight from China. I don't like MIUI, but it has Xiaomi's Vibration tweaks, MIUI Dolby, and the MIUI Camera App.

    On AOSP ROMs you only get a basic Open Source Camera that can only utilise 12 MP,
    Vibration is awful on AOSP, because Xiaomi has made some tweaks in MIUI for it to feel good, even tho the Vibration-motor is very cheap.
    Non-existant Dolby Atmos or bad versions of Dolby Atmos, which makes the Loudspeakers sound rather unimpressive.

    I dislike MIUI because it's such an heavily modified version of Android, and the UI isn't pleasing me and it has some problems like No Gesture support on 3rd party launchers, however it's the features that I need.

    Pick your poison.