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Add your City in MIUI Weather App
If you use the nice MIUI weather application on your Android device, this how-to-guide prepared by XDA member TechnoLover will be of your interest. It includes a good tutorial on how to add your city to the application via your PC. You will need to download the database of your desired location and SQLite Database Browser, the process is not complicated and it´s clearly explained. No more problems to find and sync your city, specially for those of us who do not live in the big cities included in the default data base. Be sure of what you are doing before proceeding to avoid unwanted results.
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Originally posted by TechnoLover
[HOW-TO] Add your City in MIUI Weather App
when I searched the web for a tutorial how to add a city to MIUI-Weather app and found nothing yet, I started to try to add my own city to the database of MIUI. I was succesful and I thought that it would be a good idea to write a tutorial how to add your own city to the db.
You need the following:
SQLite Database Browser: sourceforge.net/projects/sqlitebrowser/
I’m not responsible if you damage your phone, brick it or it does not start anymore. You’re the one who’s responsible for your device. You should know what you do
I explain the process on the database of Europe and Germany, because there’s nothing added for Germany.
First thing to do is to download the database of your desired location. Save it somewhere where you find it again. Now start “SQLite Database Browser” and open the database. It should now look like thid (Attached Image 1). Switch to the tab “Browse Data” and select “hotcity” as the table (Attached Image 2).
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