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REQUEST MIUI V5

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Can someone port us MIUI V5 based on KonstaT`s 4.2.2 ?

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i think so

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Im going to check in on that as soon as my blade gets back from repairing.

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Can someone port us MIUI V5 based on KonstaT`s 4.2.2 ?

I dont think MIUI V5 will be successful on 4.2.2 because 4.2.2 uses a lot of ram and it will be also very slow. I think 4.0 would be a great choice coz it uses less ram and also very fast than 4.2.2. any way it would be mind blowing to have it on our blade.

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I dont think MIUI V5 will be successful on 4.2.2 because 4.2.2 uses a lot of ram and it will be also very slow. I think 4.0 would be a great choice coz it uses less ram and also very fast than 4.2.2. any way it would be mind blowing to have it on our blade.

4.2.2 is faster

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perhaps no one is ready yet to devote its precious time... :(

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4.2.2 is faster

4.1.2. is faster
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4.1.2. is faster

4.0 is even faster

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4.0 is even faster

1.0 master race

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@Xejogear: This isn't v5, that's a bloated gb rom.

It's chinese only by the way.

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Ah, that's sad =(

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Working miui v5 will not shell out until the source

Now miui v5 has a lot of problems much more than v4

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Can someone port us MIUI V5 based on KonstaT`s 4.2.2 ?

Also MIUI is not yet compatible with android 4.2.x.

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MIUI is very difficult to port. And it will lags like hell!! On my Galaxy SL with 1.2ghz is a bit laggy.

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MIUIv5 impossible to ZTE Blade, installd and shelld service not supported on ARMv6.

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