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MIUI Development Central for All Devices
Perhaps you are a MIUI Android user. If so, now thanks to XDA member rikardo1979 we have a Central thread where you can post some news, hints, tricks, information about new releases, your personal experience, and so on. The whole idea is to have a single place to connect with all MIUI users, no matter what device you may have. The original poster has already placed a lot of useful information with links for many devices, and the goal is to have everyone participating so this thread can become a huge resource.
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Originally posted by rikardo1979
I thought it maybe useful to have some thread for all MIUI Android users to have some united place for all devices running MIUI ROMs.
I mean some place where everybody can post some news, hints&tricks, information about new releases, your personal experience…etc
I’m a long time MIUI user and sometimes I find some useful information in ROM threads whats not related to my device but I find its actually works and can be applied on all kind of devices.
So please post some info what u think about this idea.
EDIT: If any1 have some info, link, update, tip or anything useful and want me to place it on top just post info here or PM me and if would be relevant I will update. Cheers guys
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