Jase Glenn · Dec 24, 2011 at 09:17 am

Galaxy Nexus Gets MIUI

The title says it all! The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Google’s latest flagship, has gotten a taste of MIUI goodness, and it’s all thanks to DroidVicious.

The build is still an Alpha, but so far it has working:

Calls
Call audio in and out
Data works confirmed 3G and 4G work and are being displayed and registered properly!!
SMS messages work!!
MMS works when receiving an MMS but you can’t send an MMS yet from internal storage cuz it can’t find it yet.. I’m fixing this now also
ADB works, ADB remount is in the next update that I should have up in a few hours..

So there you have it folks, custom goodness for your Galaxy Nexus. Stop in here for CDMA and here for GSM.


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