MIUI v3.3 Lean Edition

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  1. Jrizzill

    Jrizzill Member Developer

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    I decided to customize the MIUI V3.3 update package before I pushed it to my phone. Since other people might be interested in a "barebones" build, I have decided to release it to the public. You can grab the update package from here. It's based off D1-MIUI 0.9.30 V3.3, with the following enhancements:

    • Added Additional Ringtones Found In Bugless Beast
    • Custom Droid Boot Animation Found In Lithium Mod
    • Disabled Camera Shutter / Video Recording Sounds
    • Deleted Apps That Can Be Obtained On The Market
      • Chrome To Phone
      • Download Crutch Lite
      • Gmail
      • Kickback
      • Maps
      • Quick Office
      • Soundback
      • Streets View
      • Talkback
      • Voice Search
      • Wired Tether
      • Wireless Tether
    http://code.google.com/p/d1-miui-lean/downloads/detail?name=D1-MIUI-0.9.30-V3.3-Lean.zip
     
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    davros Premium Member Premium Member Developer

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    Mmmm I'll give this whirl

    sent by draining my battery .....
     
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    Its nice to get the old ringtones back :)
     
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    Kinda hoping the D1-MIUI devs would just add the ringtones and notification sounds to the default ROM package. They only take up a couple 100KB or so. What doesn't meet the eye with these is that I have added the missing ID3 tag information to all of the sound files -- which I believe Android prefers over using the raw filenames.
     
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    Love it so far, looks soooo clean and runs smooth. 2 questions....am I the only one having reception problems and can I speed up the window transitions or overclock?
     
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    Any MIUI-specific questions would be better answered in the main release thread.
     
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    I agree :)
     
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    Sorry,i'm a newbie in MIUI,so i did flash this lean rom and briefly have some questions :
    -It's just me or the music and quick setting ... widgets look so ugly ?
    -The contact scrolling is quite sluggish (worse compare to the default one,but beautiful ),i did set cpu to 800 but nothing better.
    Beside,this seems to be to a great rom with a beautiful ui and good speed operation.Thanks for any help.
     
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    You are better off getting support in the main release thread, as my version is based 100% off the original release.
     
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