No offense to all the hours the developers have put in porting MIUI to the OG Droid 1 but I'm really struggling after attempting to using versions of 1.4.15 and 1.5.13 on my phone for a few weeks... I'm just curious, bugs and glitches aside, is MIUI really going to work on a Droid 1 given it's limited memory and resources? I feel like the Gingerbread incarnations are designed to run on the newer phones, and that seems to be what Mark has been posting about on MIUIAndroid.com.
I consider myself a pretty heavy phone user... 2000+ minutes of phone calls a month, but plenty of data usage. I switch between about 10-12 apps regularly.... including PHONE / VERIZON VOICEMAIL / FACEBOOK / TEXTING / BROWSER / YELP / NAVIGATION / CAMERA / GALLERY / MUSIC PLAYER. I love the look of MIUI in Gingerbread and appreciate some of the additional functionality that it comes with, but I find myself needing to toggle the data connection constantly when too many programs have been run in order to restore my data connection, and as a result, it's rendered the phone totally unreliable.
And I worry about the comments about the latest version. Just curious... is the general feeling that MIUI is still hella BETA and generally unstable at this point for Droid but there's a light at the end of the tunnel? Or is it basically screwed for Droid because of the system requirements needing a more robust phone?
I guess the good thing is I'm due for a new phone in July since my Droid is nearly two years old. But I hate to give it up considering how solid it's been to date...