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  • Desire Z and G2 Get MIUI 4 Rom

    MIUI seems to have really picked up speed lately, going by the consistent rate at which new MIUI builds, official or otherwise are being released for a variety of devices. Today, we have a brand new MIUI 4 ROM based on Android 4.0.3 or Ice Cream Sandwich, and the 2.1.20 base,  for the HTC Desire […]

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  • MIUI v4 for the Droid Incredible 2 [Alpha build]

    MIUI again, but who’s complaining? Not me for sure. And this time it’s a v4 build for the Droid Incredible 2. Although Droid Incredible 2 has never been as much popular as its predecessor Droid icredibble was, both in terms of user interest and sales, and development that follows, we think it still deserves the […]

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  • MIUI 4 for Desire HD Available. Runs on Android 4.0.3

    Desire HD owners who have been anxiously waiting to try out MIUI v4 on their devices, can start celebrating!!!  XDA member proxuser has just ported the MIUI 4 Beta ROM for the HTC Desire HD. MIUI 4 is based on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. It combines the performance enhancements that the ICS framework brings, […]

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  • MIUI v4 Ported to HTC myTouch 4G

    Its here!!! XDA member febycv has released a Beta MIUI 4 ROM (unofficial port), or MIUI based on the Ice Cream Sandwich framework, for the MyTouch 4G. The ROM has been ported from the official MIUI ROM for the Nexus S, and is currently in beta development, meaning, that there are a lot of bugs […]

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  • Install MIUI v4 on HTC Desire

    With MIUI4 ported over to the Nexus One, it was a no-brainer that it’s HTC branded twin, the HTC Desire, would get it too. The two devices are identical in specs and performance, with only a few minor differences in appearance, namely the Nexus One trackball being replaced with an optical trackpad on the Desire, […]

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  • Install MIUI v4 on Nexus One

      It’s here!!! MIUI v4 based on the Android 4.0.3 or Ice Cream Sandwich framework, for the original Google Experience Device which started the Nexus legacy, the Google Nexus One. I used to own one, and man, do I wish I had still kept it. The fact that the developer community continues to churn out […]