Former Writer · Dec 27, 2011 at 08:59 am

Samsung Galaxy SL i9003 Receives MIUI Port Based on CM7

In the spirit of the now passed holiday, XDA Senior Member fuss132 has brought the Samsung Galaxy SL i9003 a little post-Christmas magic in the form of a MIUI port.

The port is working pretty well, with a very short list of things not working so far and it’s still, as fuss132 puts it,

like 70% CM7 and 30% MIUI.

So it’s not a pure MIUI release just yet and it is still in the testing stage. If you happen to check it out, the known issues are:

GPS not working
Sometimes Kernel anic (Just remove Battery and reboot)
Tethering
Hot Spots
Some Miui Apps not working: Miui Stats, Miui Settings (so CM7 Settings included)
Video recording with Camera in very bad quality

And, of course, here’s your list of things that does currently work:

Calls
SMS
HW Acc + GPU Support
Audio
Wifi
Sd Card
Of course Touchscreen
Bluetooth
Camera
Vibration
MIUI Apps: Miui Notes, Miui Music, Miui Contacts, Miui Phone, Miui Talk, Miui Browser, Miui Camera
Miui Lockscreen (Please activate it in your Device´s Settings)

So if you’re up for a little MIUI fun and you happen to own Samsung Galaxy SL i9003, then you can check out the original thread for additional information and installation instructions. If you’ve tried it and want to chime in to let us know how it’s working, feel free to do so!


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