MULTI 6.6.16/17/18 - Miui 8


Do you like this MIUI version?


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thaimax

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May 28, 2014
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Yes, I removed video app... I always did it in miui 7 without problem. Restored and working fine. Thank you for your answer :)

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Sorry I haven't read what you talking about, why remove video up, what for?
 
Jun 18, 2016
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Anyone here has a problem with camera app? The font in camera is reverse. Also the front camera doesn't show age and info. Thanks

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MrRaines

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Thank you so much for your work. 7.3.3.0 for hennessy Now available on en.miui. Are you going to make a xiaomi.eu for this version? :D
 

Klonico

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The process is fully reversible, I did it back and forth several times to made this document.

Use this script to Re-Partition back to 1GB System,
https://mega.nz/#!ax8C3bwS!IEMA-FP31chdmUfy48_nzDKRDGObrkCvMNFbzFSLmLk

Procedure is same, just replace 2GB_script with 1GB_script.
By the way, after Re-Part back to 1GB_system, Install MIUI8 will show error...., install MIUI7 instead :cool:

Above 1GB script will RePart system back to 1G, more preciselly speaking, it's a 787MB system...Exactlly same as factory default.

Detail 1GB/2GB system partition size:
https://mega.nz/#!ThckVSBS!VwhHmgj8oionzRHtdOPOxKho11zT-7rwkhKfVUAxxMk
https://mega.nz/#!K9dizIyJ!qED-t9M6gNPL6kOCzFOh7FJKE8B6QE6jXxRIPYtJ46c

I do not have a script to RePart system as 1024MB, it's enough for MiUi8 (see above 2 pictures.)

If someone can provide a 1024MB RePart script, it should works also
Perfect, thank you very much!
With only expand the system partition to 1.5 Gb is sufficient, here's a script for this.
 

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fordrwd4ever

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Ok , seems there is no logcat in TWRP.
I get the following error when i try to pull it :
CANNOT LINK EXECUTABLE: could not load library "libc.so" needed by "logcat"; caused by "libc.so" is 32-bit instead of 64-bit

But, there is a recovery log in /tmp.

This is from my Redmi Note 2

Maybe there is another way to get a decent bootlog?
 

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