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[ROM][7.1.2][OFFICIAL] EcemUserInterface for Redmi Note 4 (Mido)

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cıyanogen

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Developed by DER UNTERGANG Team

Code:
#include "std_disclaimer.h"
/*
 * Your warranty is void.
 *
 * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
 * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
 * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
 * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
 * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
 */


DESCRIPTION
Includes EcemUI Custom Settings
Various fixes and optimizations on LineageOS Base
On the other hand mostly stock LineageOS base without experimental customizations
Fully OMS & Substratum Support


BUGS
Please report them, if any


THANKS TO:

Der Untergang Team
@cıyanogen
@mbtt107OT
@HybrissOL


INSTALLATION
Boot into Twrp.
Wipe -> Advanced Wipe -> Data / Cache / Dalvik&Art Cache / System
Install -> Find the rom package and select it.


SCREENSHOTS
Screenshots

DOWNLOAD LINK

Ecem User Interface 1.0 for Mido

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EcemUserInterface Wallpapers


DEVICE RESOURCES
Device Tree: http://github.com/EcemUserInterface/android_device_xiaomi_mido
Vendor Tree: http://github.com/EcemUserInterface/proprietary_vendor_xiaomi
Kernel Tree: http://github.com/EcemUserInterface/android_kernel_xiaomi_msm8953

XDA:DevDB Information
[ROM][7.1.2][OFFICIAL] EcemUserInterface for Redmi Note 4 (Mido), ROM for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

Contributors
cıyanogen, mbtt107OT, HybrissOL
ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.x

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2018-07-27
Last Updated 2018-07-27
 
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greenys'

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Maybe because Oreo is a battery drain and Android P has ugly UI? 7.1.2 with OMS is always worth a flash in my case
Meh. To be honest I did never see a difference between Lineage 7.1.2 and 8.1. Used both for a long time now. Perhaps it's because I always used them with some well maintained custom kernel, not a 3 years old Linux based kernel that came with Lineage OS. Who knows? Either way newer isn't always better but as I experienced 8.1 Oreo is more stable than 7.1.2 and faster. Dunno about 9. It's beta according to my knowledge.
 

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Meh. To be honest I did never see a difference between Lineage 7.1.2 and 8.1. Used both for a long time now. Perhaps it's because I always used them with some well maintained custom kernel, not a 3 years old Linux based kernel that came with Lineage OS. Who knows? Either way newer isn't always better but as I experienced 8.1 Oreo is more stable than 7.1.2 and faster. Dunno about 9. It's beta according to my knowledge.

Obviously it's all down to user preference. Oreo more stable than nougat? What you smokin?! As for the battery pfft, Oreo is notorious for killing ones battery. Plus I'm sure if what your saying is true then why would all these devs still work on the nougat? Because it's absolutely fantastic and reliable. Truth is my favorite current rom is Aoscp 8.1 with kud kernel. As for this rom, it's brilliant dev. Vanilla los with oms is hard to beat. It has a few extra settings which I really like also
 
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jayjaymowmow

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Obviously it's all down to user preference. Oreo more stable than nougat? What you smokin?! As for the battery pfft, Oreo is notorious for killing ones battery. Plus I'm sure if what your saying is true then why would all these devs still work on the nougat? Because it's absolutely fantastic and reliable. As for this rom, it's brilliant dev. Vanilla los with oms is hard to beat. It has a few extra settings which I really like also
U using this rom? Can you ss that "few extra settings" please?
 

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greenys'

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Obviously it's all down to user preference. Oreo more stable than nougat? What you smokin?! As for the battery pfft, Oreo is notorious for killing ones battery. Plus I'm sure if what your saying is true then why would all these devs still work on the nougat? Because it's absolutely fantastic and reliable. Truth is my favorite current rom is Aoscp 8.1 with kud kernel. As for this rom, it's brilliant dev. Vanilla los with oms is hard to beat. It has a few extra settings which I really like also
Sounds nice. I'll try oms rom. Never tried before. Thanks!
 

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Sounds nice. I'll try oms rom. Never tried before. Thanks!
If I were to recommend a rom with oms it wouldn't be this one as its early. I'm talking more about nougat roms. If you want a good rom with oms I would say Aosip by Adesh. Advanced Los 14.1 had oms implemented and was probably the best nougat rom with oms. But he's dropped the oms for now and is working on other things (still 14.1)
 
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