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Help with MIUI :)

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Hi guys! I'm using MIUI 2.3.7c by Phoenix and I love it! Battery drain is normal, but how can I increase it?

Sorry for my english... :P

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1- Switch WIFI and data and bluetooth off when you don't need them

2- Don't use GPS too much, and don't leave it on after you use it

3- Use lower screen brightness

4- Don't use apps that keep the phone awake all the time, like Facebook (use "Fast for Facebook" instead, available from Play Store)

This is all I can think of right now :P

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I'm just doing these things... :P

Tomorrow i think to install lndark from brgi, because i need a rom with low battery drain from the summer...:-)

There is a way to have the miui interface, like the miui status bar, on a rom based on cm? :-)

Thanks. :-)

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I'm just doing these things... :P

Tomorrow i think to install lndark from brgi, because i need a rom with low battery drain from the summer...:-)

There is a way to have the miui interface, like the miui status bar, on a rom based on cm? :-)

Thanks. :-)

Try MIUI Final V2.0

Best battery drain i had on a 2.3 ROM

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I'll try it! thanks again! :)

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cool! thanks! :)

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Hi guys! I've found and installed this on CM7.2 ...so, I have the power of the CM with the beauty of the MIUI! :D

This is the official miui launcher, it also support MIUI themes and lockscreen!

http://www.mediafire.com/?bt734cizdmlihkb

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