orb3000 · Apr 13, 2011 at 09:00 am

MIUI ROM Downloader for Android

Are you a follower of the MIUI ROM´s on your Android device? If so, this application created by XDA member MishFdM will be of your liking. It allows you to keep your favorite rom up to date by directly downloading it through this easy to use app. The latest version includes added support for Samsung Nexus S, Motorola Droid 1 and fixed gesture line on images. In addition, the developer also mentions that you can easily update your ROM in recovery mode after downloading the deoexed roms and language packs directly from your sd card.

Originally posted by MishFdM
[APP] MIUI ROM Downloader V. 1.2.1

Keep up-to-date your MIUI rom in a fast and easy way, browse the latest releases of the MIUI rom and download directly on your phone the last version with you preferred language.
Who use MIUI know how much difficult is to stay up-to-date to the last version of this fantastic rom due to the weekly updates and differents language packs. This app allow you to download the last MIUI Rom version directly on your phone with additional packages like Language Packs and google apps.

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