DROIDX and DROID2 Finally Receive MIUI Ports

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  1. barski

    barski Member

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    You all know MIUI by now, don’t you? This would be one of the few ROMs that actually gives you a completely new user experience. We released the port of the new overhaul last week for the original DROID, but today, it’s all about the DROIDX and DROID2. This has been one of those ROMs that wouldn’t make its way onto either device because of its stingy bootloader. Well, thanks to our boy @cvpcs who figured out his 2nd-init magic for some CM7 goodness, we now have MIUI. Huge props to the MIUI team (Frameworks43) for getting this out to us.

    Download: DROIDX | DROID2
    Instructions:
    1. Drop on .zip on SD card.
    2. Boot into recovery and make a backup.
    3. Wipe data/factory reset.
    4. Load up MIUI.
    5. Enjoy!

    NOTES:
    You MUST be on CyanogenMod 7 or .340 Froyo to flash this rom!
    Remember to wipe before flash!
    Don't worry if you get a bootloop, Its normal!
    Also, when rom is booted, MAKE sure to select a ringtone! [Settings -> Sound Settings->Ringtone]

    Full support can be found at these two RootzWiki threads: DROIDX | DROID2


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    From: Droid-Life & Rootzwiki

    Source: MIUI


     
    #1 barski, Jul 22, 2011
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  2. cancerousbull

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    can i flash this rom with bootstrap?
     
  3. brad92

    brad92 Silver Member

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    Yes, you need to use bootstrap to flash it. Once on MIUI, do not use bootstrap at all. Use ROM Manager or the built in recovery.

    CM74DX