narkoman88

[ROM][JB]MIUIv5 Geno 3.5.3 Multilanguage (Update)

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MIUIv5 Geno 3.5.3

multilanguge

adding the languages ​​of the repository MiuiAndroid

Language List:

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ROM (new link):http://d-h.st/05Z

Edited by narkoman88
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Thank you, i try! :) btw do i need install Gapps too?

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You can always flash gapps later if they are missing. 20121011 version for jb.

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i´m trying this rom but it doesn´t have the spanish language , it only have chinesse and english.how can i have the spanish language ?

thanks and sorry for my bad english

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List of bug? It's for everyday use?

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Where are those languages​​, I have only 4!

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sorry guys, I've downloaded the wrong rom. :blush:

in a few hours give a link....

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"Unfortunelly keyboard was stop" O.o how to fix? Reset to default setting, again install rom or another doesn;t work

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works fine with me, try to re-install

- Install zip from SDcard -> choose zip -> your rom (zip)

- Install zip from SDcard -> choose zip -> gapps for JB (zip) : Gapps download

Edited by andagraf
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You might be right, I forgot, gapps for 4.2.2 doesn't work on 4.2.1 :) On XDA i saw topic about that, something like "how to run gaaps 4.2 on 4.1"

I'm stupid but this is important message :)

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Spanish keyboard crashes all times, however english works fine... but i dont have "ñ". :-(

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For Polish too. Good rom, fast :) Test shows how to battery drain and stability.

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Rom is awfully slow. A link will not boot me what andagraf said.

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From andagraf my rom over failed already at boot.Pouze rom from narcoman88 works, but it's terribly slow.

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Ok, after testing my observatons:

- awfully slow (notification beam, lock screen)

- keyboard in another language than english "was stop"

- camera from 4.0 freeze

- it seems that rom has battery drain

- when I listening music and try to do something with files on SD music stop,

I found that all. Someone have idea how to fix some bug?

When we use in "additional" setting on mega or super (I forgot that :P) performance that does not significantly affect on phone speed

EDIT:

Again install rom and player problem was fixed :) Next, when we use in Additional, next in Power Manage Super Performance rom is average fast and like to reboot ;/

On Performance is stable and averange fast.

Next - this rom havent battery drain

I think it's cool ;)

Edited by kryzysord
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I have used 2.7.4 version, that is very fast and stable,

the new versions were all slow, but are still usable

I like very MIUI rom

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I'm gonna get me at least half of that

ram :-)

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I have now, on my other (new) phone... :)

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Which one?

I can't decide between umi and newman.

Or, at least, y300 which has a nice price in Bosnia.

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