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Anyone using MIUI Jelly Bean that can provide pictures? I'm thinking of trying it out, but I'm not sure if I like it yet..
Keep in mind it's incredibly themable so the look you get when you first install the rom could be completely different after a few hours of tweaking(if you want to find skins go to XDA, they have tons). Here are two I have used, can't really be bothered to upload my current one since it definitely isn't my best redface.gif


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Don't go MIUI, coming from someone that was in love with it before.

I'm curious as to why you'd say this? I have been using MIUI since GB hit and I've had no reason to be turned off... having the ability to backup between each upgrade without an external application is a lifesaver, not to mention all the other little things... and theming. I can't go back to normal AOSP roms now, I've tried a few times and I've just flashed MIUI back on within a few hours.
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All of our phones down here in NZ are completely unlocked. It's awesome. You could buy just the phone from one carrier and then use it on their biggest competitor and it would work great.

Same here in Belgium, the major downside is that smartphones are horribly expensive. An iPhone 4S with 64GB of storage will set you back well north of €800 for instance.
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Keep in mind it's incredibly themable so the look you get when you first install the rom could be completely different after a few hours of tweaking(if you want to find skins go to XDA, they have tons). Here are two I have used, can't really be bothered to upload my current one since it definitely isn't my best redface.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I'm curious as to why you'd say this? I have been using MIUI since GB hit and I've had no reason to be turned off... having the ability to backup between each upgrade without an external application is a lifesaver, not to mention all the other little things... and theming. I can't go back to normal AOSP roms now, I've tried a few times and I've just flashed MIUI back on within a few hours.
Wow! That second picture looks fantastic!
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Themes are broken on MIUI JB and ICS as well ftmp. It was flawless on GB, but those days are gone. It's a bit buggy as well, but not as bad as many claim it to be, but I got a little tired of things force closing because they hadn't put out a stable release in a long time. Updating MIUI also isn't as fast as it used to be..at least for my device.

I realized that everything I loved about MIUI could pretty much be done on another rom and perhaps better. Also with the release of Jelly Bean the settings menu looks fantastic whereas that was a huge draw for MIUI because menu settings were very poor before and MIUI made it look like a very well put together rom.

I'm very pleased with Paranoid Android and Nova Launcher over MIUI.

I've also pulled some fellow MIUI users to the darkside with me. devil.gif

That and Paranoid Android has tons of themes as well from CM10 that change menu colors, icon colors (in the top area) and the notifications pull down.
Edited by Simca - 10/14/12 at 2:26pm
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Yeah I just installed it on my GNEX and it's buggy as hell..Immediately switched back to my old rom.
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Themes are broken on MIUI JB and ICS as well ftmp. It was flawless on GB, but those days are gone. It's a bit buggy as well, but not as bad as many claim it to be, but I got a little tired of things force closing because they hadn't put out a stable release in a long time. Updating MIUI also isn't as fast as it used to be..at least for my device.
I realized that everything I loved about MIUI could pretty much be done on another rom and perhaps better. Also with the release of Jelly Bean the settings menu looks fantastic whereas that was a huge draw for MIUI because menu settings were very poor before and MIUI made it look like a very well put together rom.
I'm very pleased with Paranoid Android and Nova Launcher over MIUI.
I've also pulled some fellow MIUI users to the darkside with me. devil.gif
That and Paranoid Android has tons of themes as well from CM10 that change menu colors, icon colors (in the top area) and the notifications pull down.
ok... I can agree with the themes being a little broken, even if I've noticed it with only one theme... everything else I've used is fine, which probably means the theme dev screwed something up. As for force closing, as I said below, depends how good the dev is for your particular port, I've had absolutely no issues on both my HTC desire and GS3(although the former runs ICS/JB a little slow... but that is understandable). Good luck pulling me over, I've already tried that combination anyways tongue.gif
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Yeah I just installed it on my GNEX and it's buggy as hell..Immediately switched back to my old rom.

Like all other roms it depends on the developers, I've had no issues with the MIUI port I use...
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Same here in Belgium, the major downside is that smartphones are horribly expensive. An iPhone 4S with 64GB of storage will set you back well north of €800 for instance.

Ours are a little better price wise but in the end, it's actually cheaper to buy the phone up front because we get raped in contract fees. It's almost $90 a month before any discounts you may receive for most US carriers now.
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Themes are broken on MIUI JB and ICS as well ftmp. It was flawless on GB, but those days are gone. It's a bit buggy as well, but not as bad as many claim it to be, but I got a little tired of things force closing because they hadn't put out a stable release in a long time. Updating MIUI also isn't as fast as it used to be..at least for my device.
I realized that everything I loved about MIUI could pretty much be done on another rom and perhaps better. Also with the release of Jelly Bean the settings menu looks fantastic whereas that was a huge draw for MIUI because menu settings were very poor before and MIUI made it look like a very well put together rom.
I'm very pleased with Paranoid Android and Nova Launcher over MIUI.
I've also pulled some fellow MIUI users to the darkside with me. devil.gif
That and Paranoid Android has tons of themes as well from CM10 that change menu colors, icon colors (in the top area) and the notifications pull down.

I have Paranoid Android 2.16 installed on my Sprint Epic 4G Touch Galaxy S II and it's fantastic except for the battery issues. Apparently when you first install any JB rom, it can't really tell how much batter you have. So this morning I had 10% then 15% then 2% and it just stayed on 4% battery remaining until it died 3-4 hours later. So once you completely drain your battery a couple of times, it will be able to accurately tell you how much batter you have. Just remember to turn 4G off because apparently it's on by default and I don't have 4G in my area and was wondering why my battery was dropping from 100% to 50% in 3 hours.
Edited by KamuiRSX - 10/14/12 at 5:30pm
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