MIUI Theme Bonanza!
MIUI is something that I don’t feel gets enough attention here on XDA. As an MIUI user, as of yesterday, I now understand what our own Chad Hughes of XDA TV meant when he said “it’s as close as it comes to an OS replacement”. Disregarding the speed and stability of this type of ROM, something fun to do with it is to play with the theme engine, much like Cyanogen Mod’s.
XDA member krunalkp has put together a fantastic thread in which he attempts to update daily with some of the best MIUI themes. My personal favourite is ‘New Jeans’, but there are quite a few to choose from. Why don’t you tell me which is your favourite down below?
This collection of themes really shows a bright future for MIUI and its great theme engine. If you’d like to get your hands on any of the themes featured, head on over to the original thread!
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