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Miui?

Discussion in 'Android Roms' started by TheBigDog, Oct 16, 2011.

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    Hey this is my first post don't know to much about phones but enough to get by. My question is what is MIUI and what does it do?

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    Miui is a custom rom. You have to have a rooted phone, and have a phone that miui has been ported to. It is developed in china then ported over to a variety of phones in English. The layout reminds most people of apple products (ios). You can go to WWW.miui.us for more info.
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    Thanks. And root means?

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    Can you go more in depth on how to obtain it......and how do I know if I have one of the three things that will ensure I don't brick my phone
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    The only for sure way to brick your device is to corrupt both the recovery image and the secondary program loader and the actual rom itself (assuming you have a recovery image that can flash modified roms, an SPL that can fastboot, and a rom with root access)

    As long as you have at least one of the three items listed, you are not the proud owner of a bricked device and can recovery your phone.