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Senior Member
Feb 15, 2011
If anything, you should thank Blind, Cmb, and Agrabren. I just followed some instructions and put some pieces together. ;)

Sorry I just was to busy to get my **** together to help... I just really want you to know its great to have your skillz helping out with MIUI.us I really wish I could try the rom but I don't have my 3d any more


Senior Member
Nov 1, 2011
I'm not sure if this has been addressed or if it's my phone only but when I'm using the widgets (calendar and Gmail using only one Gmail account) and unless I tap very quickly my widgets go into resize/move mode (not sure of correct terminology). I have 1.4 downgrade with 4ext rec, I wiped everything and only installed the newest, can anyone help or address? Outside of this it's great.


Senior Member
Apr 29, 2009
Great job DH. Everything I use works flawlessly so far. The random restarts I experience on the newer cm9 builds seem to be gone, as well as the touch screen skipping. Netflix and Fb work perfectly.

I'm one of the few that suffer from the Phantom voicemail, which is present on this rom. Any chance of that being fixed soon/ever? Also, one more very small thing. If you enable the show flow info option in the notification bar settings, I don't think it's spose to say Toady :p

Thanks for all the hard work guys!

Sent from my EVO 3D with MIUICS using xda premium


Senior Member
Nov 6, 2009
Hi, Im loving this ROM to death right now, but the only issue I am having is that my data, and WIFI are amazingly slow! Any way to fix?

Mine too. Just did a fresh install hoping that would fix it. I did notice that with the data speed showing in the nav bar it seems like it is still using 3g unless i try to download a large file.

DH you seeing this too?


Senior Member
Mar 19, 2011
Was curious if you could add in


to the build.prop to hide the debug icon when USB debugging is on for the next release.

Thanks for all the hard work, been waiting to upgrade from GB MIUI up until now, loving it!
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Senior Member
Nov 6, 2009
I notice during peak hours sprint is failing with speeds

Sent from my EVO using XDA

its almost like even with wifi on it defaults to 3g unless your downloading something the size of this rom then it flips over to wifi.

EDIT: ok i have wifi connected i just tried turning off data via toggle menu. even with wifi on and data off im still only getting 3g speeds. its almost like wifi connects but wont send/receive.
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Senior Member
Nov 8, 2010
Digital, first off, thanks for all the hard work youve done here the rom is looking great, second off, earlier i mentioned the gfx issue you say youve fixed in the dropdown but i think we were talking about different things. the gfx issue that annoys me is the compact toggle layout. the last toggle on the screen is always slightly cut off which wouldnt be too much of a problem if it werent for the fact that the toggles are paginated. ive noticed this in both gb miui and ics miui and, correct me if im wrong, but i believe its due to our qhd screen. its a small issue that shouldnt bother me but it does because the compact toggles are the ones i prefer to use. just wondering if theres anything that can be done to fix it thanks again


Senior Member
Jun 11, 2010
About to flash this new update but first want to say...

Happy Birthday to my Evo 3D!

Scott951, DH, CmB, Agrabren, Blind and anyone else thanks for all ur hard work :D

Sent from 1985!


Senior Member
Sep 13, 2011
I believe i found a fix for the amazingly slow speeds while on wifi!

1. Download WiFix from here: http://www.fardjad.com/android/wifix/ (not my app, thanks to the guy who made it!!)
2. Install it
3. Turn off wifi
4. Run wifix and push install wifix!
5. Wait for it to finish..
6. Turn on wifi..
7. ??
8. PROFIT! enjoy noticeably faster speeds while on wifi!!

Sent from my PG86100 using xda premium
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Senior Member
Jul 8, 2009
I don't know what the deal is but I can't seem to get this to boot, keep getting bootloop at htc splashscreen. After install when I looked at the SD card the only folder I have is a twrp folder. Never had any problems before, can't figure it out. Any help?


Senior Member
May 18, 2010
Upgraded from 2.6.1 and now all my g apps are gone and don't show even after flashing g app zip and fixing permissions.

Can anyone me please? :-(

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    Team CrashOverride Is Proud To Present
    MIUI v4 3.2.22 FINAL For HTC 3VO


    This is most likely the final release of this ROM, as MIUI is discontinuing builds for v4/ICS devices. I may release bugfixes or "addon" updates, but unless I can port from JB to ICS, this will be the end of updates from China. Please see my JB version of MIUI for the latest release.

    Download the full ROM
    Modded HTCFMRadio.apk (for theme)
    Modded SystemUI (fixes cutoff close button in notification bar)

    Installation Instructions

    1. Download the ROM.
    2. Open in Recovery.
    3. Select wipe settings (uncheck 'data' for dirty flash).
    4. Select Carrier.
    5. Select installation mode. Minimal installs ROM only. Max installs everything. Custom lets you select options.
    6. Profit.

    This works with all Hboot versions, no need to upgrade/downgrade.

    Working MMS/VVM for Virgin Mobile Users
    Aroma-based installer with customized theme & Custom Wipe options
    Based on OFFICIAL X515 build - This is not a port
    Working 3D Camera/Gallery/Games
    All working hardware except for 4G
    MAC Sense Kernel 3.5 with Overclock to 1.7ghz, Linaro Optimizations,
    USB Host Mode, Zram Compression, Sweep2Wake, and lots more
    Coolz Cam Mod with super HD Video, HDR, and panoramic mode
    Custom MIUI Control Panel for Center Clock/Custom Banner
    Custom MIUI Keyboard
    MIUI EQualizer
    4-in-1 Reboot Menu
    Custom init.d scripts for performance
    Adreno_Config Mods for video performance
    3G/Data Speed Mods for optimized signal
    GPS/AGPS mods for faster GPS fixing
    Updated HOSTS file for Ad blocking
    FULLY WORKING Google Now/Search
    Integrated Gapps
    HTC Car Dock application
    Goo.IM updater application

    Optional Apps/Features:
    MIUI V5 Iced Theme - Theme made specifically for this ROM, features MIUI v5 resources and look - with an ice blue touch. Features a number of modifications specific for HTC-based MIUI, including camera and FM Radio.
    Ultimate Custom Clock Widget + US MIUI 4x2 Clock Widget Clone Skin
    Playstation Certification
    Flv Player
    Moavi Flv Player
    TrevE Wifi Tether
    Chrome Beta
    JB 4.2 Camera/Gallery
    JB 4.2 Emojii Keyboard
    9S Weather
    MIUI Game Center
    MIui Video
    Goo.im ROM updater
    Online Nandroid Backup

    Not Working


    [URL="http://en.miui.com/thread-1960-1-1.html"]CLICK HERE FOR WEEKLY MIUI CHANGELOG (OFFICIAL)[/URL]
    Updated to latest MIUI version (3.2.22)
    Updated theme to MIUI v5 Iced.  
    Updated Kernel to MAC 3.7
    Added a host of new tweaks courtesy of JRummy16
    Fixed installer-script causing issues breaking ability to back up data via nandroid
    Custom modification to MIUISystemUI and framework-res for JB styled notification area, as well as mod to FMRadio.apk to match MIUI theme in MIUI v5 Iced
    Updated Coolspace Deluxe theme to 2.2, added theme elements for custom apps
    Extra tweaks in build.prop, hope to increase sound quality, image quality, data speeds
    Added option to installer for JB Keyboard and Camera
    Removed function of installer where MIUI Browser is deleted if Chrome is installed
    Updated Kernel Tuner and UCCW to latest versions
    2.4.13 (contains changes from 1.29.13):
    Added Aroma installer. All "custom" options now install as designed.
    Not sure if I mentioned it last week, but I updated the MIUIHome's default layout to take "Talk" out of that stupid "recommended" folder and just put it on the desktop. Also took and put "themes" and "settings" into the "tools" folder on the main page and changed the layout so that they're all in the same row. In the future, I plan on switching the MIUI search widget with the google one...just haven't gotten there yet.
    Coolspace Deluxe theme is included by default, but not installed. Updated to 2.1 to fix various issues with missing app themes and framework-res 9pings being screwed. Installer will copy it to /SDCard, where you can then import it from Theme manager.
    MIUI 2x4 Widget is included as an .apk...not 100pct if it will show up properly if UCCW has been installed before. Please test and let me know.
    Moved Gmail, Maps, Kernel Tuner, Gamecenter, MiuiVideo, and Goo.im to the "optional" category as well, and set their install location to /data/app instead of /system/app to allow for removal if desired.
    Wipe menu - for future use, you can choose to leave data sections untouched and do a dirty flash. 
    Added 9S weather, 2 different FLV players, TrevE's wifi tether app, Playstation certification, and Online Nandroid backup app as optional installs (in addition to others mentioned).
    Updated to 3.3 MAC kernel. 
    Fixed boot animation sometimes causes OOM issues due to size by deleting half the frames used.
    Modified goo setting in build.prop to hopefully fix the issue where it always shows an old update in current.
    Attempted MMS fix for Virgin users may/may not work - will be fixed "fo sho" next week.
    1.29.13 (not officially released):
    Updated to latest MIUI version.
    Added Aroma installer (Thanks CMB!)
    Created Custom Aroma Installer skin/gfx
    Added aroma feature for Virgin Mobile users.  Please report on effect.
    Updated Coolspace Theme to 2.0.  Fixes framework glitches, updates icons, etc.
    Included MIUI Weather 2x4 widget skin for UCCW.
    Modified MiuiHome.apk to change default layout.  Theme manager and settings are now in the tools folder.
    Added optional online nandroid updater.
    Moved several apk's to data/app instead of system, hope to retain settings between flashes.
    Updated to latest MIUI version.
    Updated latest MIUI Control panel version.
    Re-added Coolz camera mod.
    Added download option for dirty flash/update.zip
    Added experimental MMS fix for Virgin Mobile users.
    Updated to 1.11.13
    Missed the rotation addition to MMS this week...will put it back next.
    That's all.  It's nice when you don't have anything to fix.  :D
    Updated to 2.12.21 from Xiaomi
    Fixed APN in framework-res, should automagically add Sprint APN now.  (Virgin WIP)
    Removed a few extra unneeded files
    Updated Kernel installation method to alleviate possible weirdness with reboots and wifi.  (oooh, pretty lights)
    Fixed MIUI Equalizer (used Awesomebeats libs)
    Added MIUI Keyboard.
    Added MIUI Control Panel.
    Added MIUI EQ (Actual EQ Portion causes f/c.  Use for adjusting bass levels.)
    Fixed Bootloop issues.
    Fixed wonky crash in previous upload.
    Added HTC Car Panel.  What the hell, right?  :D
    Camera *should* have Panorama/HDR re-implemented.  
    Reverted Kernel to previous MAC build to fix wifi issues.
    Added AGPS/GPS tweaks again.
    Added data mods in build.prop.
    Adjusted media_profiles.xml to improve recording bitrates.
    Release of [URL="http://goo.im/devs/digitalhigh/Coolspace_Deluxe_1.6.mtz"]Coolspace Deluxe Theme[/URL] with specific 3VO mods for camera and Google Now.
    Added landscape mode to MMS/messaging app.
    Updated to 2.11.23 build.
    Updated kernel to MAC 3.0 Sense
    Updated Kernel Tuner.apk to latest version.
    Switched from DC script to Kernel Tuner - installed latest version
    Fixed MMS issue.  
    Updated to 2.9.21 from MIUI Git.
    Fixed Google Now issue.
    Updated to V7 of MikeyXDA's app, added offline voice searching (explains the increase in filesize)
    Fixed Audio.
    Beats notification wooooorks.
    Added custom translated version of GameCenter.
    Re-added DC Control script (caution, may be dragons).
    Updated DC script to control sweep2wake.
    Added Virtuous OC.
    Added Self-updating HOSTS file - disableable via DC.
    Added notification sounds from CM7.
    Added extra MIUI wallpapers.
    A few extra goodies are there too.  ;)
    First public release built straight from PatchROM!!!!  Go CMB go!!
    Switched (back) to AwesomeBeats DSP manager.  Thanks to ...Awesome...!
    Included MikeC's new "unnamed" kernel.  Thanks to Mike and team!
    Should see an improvement in signal strength.
    Fixed issues with Permission Manager not working on requests.
    Fixed MMS.
    Fixed 3d in boot animation.  
    Added Google Now w. voice.
    Fixed "About Phone" menu.
    Fixed Superuser issues, removed supersu.
    Added "improved" Evo 3d Camera (panorama, HDR, improved video quality, etc.).
    Added Bravia Engine & Xloud.  (Thanks Patcha!!)
    Put EXT4 mounting back into boot.img.
    Using Official GSM port as starting point.
    Merged files from Official OTA ICS from Sprint.
    Included SuperSU as a temp fix for permissions app.
    User Feedback app now sends error reports directly to me.
    Removed shutter sound from camera app.
    Implemented 4g menu - not fully working yet.
    Updated to 2.8.3.
    Fixed issues from the ill-fated 7/6 build.
    Updated base to Devil Toast 6.1.  Should fix wifi speed issues, hopefully battery drain.
    Updated to 2.7.13 MIUI-side. [url]https://plus.google.com/108531052526575991056/posts/51Z1VkAQqfa[/url]
    Re-added ghost VM fix.
    Added AwesomeBeats DSP manager app - uses Beats libs from Sense.  Thanks ...Awesome...!
    Added SpareParts app from Myn2.34 - Thanks to MikeC84 for the find!
    Added modified DroidSansFallback font to include missing emoji.
    Integrated phone ghost VM fix into phone.apk.  :D
    Updated Gapps - should fix market issues and FFC.
    Included Bravia and Xloud engines.
    Removed MIUI.us Update.apk due to FC issue.  Goo updater still included.
    Switched to 30dhultra tuning script in init.d instead of ViperRom.  
    Modified framework-res.apk to use brighter auto-backlight values in bright lighting conditions.  
    Updated MIUI-side to 2.7.13 version.  [URL="https://plus.google.com/108531052526575991056/posts/51Z1VkAQqfa"]Full changelog here.[/URL]

    CMBaughman, Agrabren, Team Nega for the aroma-installer I used as a guide, Blind, Scott from MIUI.us, Valdesr11, all of team MIUI.us, MiuiAndroid, MiuiAustralia, Xiaomi, the folks at goo.im and dev-host for providing us a free way to distribute our work, freeza, viperboy, il duce, vanessam, and all the staff at XDA for helping make this such a great community...all the people who's work I've borrowed code, images, or even inspiration from - if credit is omitted, it is not deliberate or intentional. Anybody else I missed. You guys rock.
    How to report a bug the right way


    Been getting a lot of bug reports lately, and the vast majority of them don't have any kind of system information included whatsoever. People just blurt out stuff like "Camera ain't workin'", and expect me to go "Oooooooh. Your camera don't work. Please, allow me to customize you a script to fix it based on that thorough explanation of the issues."

    To be fair, there are some issues that may be simple to replicate and don't require a lot of information to track down. Stuff like "This program is missing" or "the cap button backlights misbehave from time to time".

    For all the other stuff...there is a right way and a wrong way to ask for help.

    The wrong way involves complaining about the issue while providing as little info as possible. Degrading the ROM itself is a nice touch. You know, like "This POS won't boot."

    That, my friends, will get you one reply...which will be me telling you you'd probably be better off using a ROM that doesn't require common sense to run.

    The RIGHT way to ask for help involves the following:

    1. Provide as much information about your system as possible. This includes, but is not limited to, the following pieces of information:

    a. What Hboot version you are using.
    b. Your S-off status.
    c. What recovery you're using.
    d. What firmware you're using.
    e. A detailed description of the issue. When it happens, the frequency, anything that you do that causes it to happen...tell me what I need to do to make it happen on my phone.

    Additionally, for issues related to hardware (camera, data, screen, wifi) - and hell, for any issue, it is more often than not a good idea to include a logcat.

    A logcat is like a system log...it runs as soon as your phone starts up, and it tells me when something goes wrong so I can try to figure out why. A logcat will make the difference between me yelling at you, and me being very grateful for your thoughtful and well-constructed request for assistance.

    Now, for some odd reason, it seems that every time I ask someone for a logcat, they make a face like this at me, :eek:, and then vanish off the face of the planet.

    Contrary to what you may think...bugs bother me. A lot. The majority of nights end with me lying in bed thinking about the first thing I'm going to attempt to fix tomorrow.

    SO, when you post saying something doesn't work, and then I say "get me a logcat, please", and you switch to a Sense ROM and don't look back...it helps nobody.

    With all that said...below is a link to some very simple instructions for how to install Android SDK and do a logcat. It's pretty damned simple. If you can follow instructions for flashing a ROM, then you should be able to do this.


    If THAT is too daunting for you, then the next step would be to get Alogcat from the market.


    Alogcat is even easier. Something crappy happens...you open alogcat, save the output, and send it to me.

    Can we do that? Please? I'm so tired of asking for a logcat around every turn. Help me help you.
    My 3.0 kernel builds with camera now... Still a few kinks to make it take a picture still, but that's huge progress.
    BAH GAWD!!!

    Shot From My HTC Shooter In The 3rd Dimension Powered By Virgin... FML

    You can say that again!!!!

    So, here's the skinny:

    I can now say, 100%, that we have been able to build a working MIUI port on top of Agrabren's CM9 work.

    I also want to specify, that by "we", I mean CmBaughman. While I've been running around in circles beating my head against the wall, he's been doing smali magic and all kinds of joy to get this thing going...and succeeded.

    So first and foremost, everybody should give him a big thank you. All I did was explained a few things I'd been trying, and he ran with it.

    Now, obviously, Agrabren's side of things isn't quite ready yet. BUT, the fact that I am currently running a port of MIUI that has working camera, wifi, data, phone, bluetooth, and rear camera...well...it assures me that when Agrabren's got his stuff where he wants it, we will have no problem building on it in the future.

    Again...working rear camera and bluetooth. Hell, I'll post a screenshot here just as soon as I'm done restoring my data. ;)

    So, I'll be talking with Cmbaughman & Agrabren tonight to make sure everybody is fine with it...but I anticipate having a 2.6.1 release for you guys tomorrow.

    And again...maaaaaad thanks to both these guys for their incredible work.
    For those using the CM nightlies from Eyeballer, he just posted a quick update with GPS working.

    For those wondering what order I'm doing things:

    1. Camera clocking issue (gives 2D camera and camcorder)
    2. Bluetooth Phone audio
    3. Wakelock/Battery life issues (latest builds have *awful* battery life)
    4. -- Alpha Build --
    5. 3D Framework support
    6. 3D Camera/Camcorder/Gallery support
    7. 3D YouTube support
    8. Any critical issues from Alpha
    9. -- Beta Build --
    10. MHL / HDMI mirroring / video output
    11. MHL / HDMI 3D Video out
    12. Any critical issues from Beta
    13. -- Release Candidate --
    14. Bugfix only
    15. -- Official "CM9 Devil Toast" release

    Obviously, this list may change as things are discovered.