[ASK]Xiaomi Mi-One Plus New User

Discussion in 'Xiaomi Mi One/Mi One S' started by nochtavio, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. nochtavio

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    Hi guys, i`ve just bought Xiaomi Mi-One Plus and the package will be sent within 2 days. There is something i want to ask,

    1. Do we need anti scratch protection screen?
    2. Is Mi-One, Mi-One Plus, and Mi-One S use same softcase/hardcase?
    3. How to check all functionality works fine, and dead pixel on my phone?

    Thanks for helps :)
     
  2. lenny_kano

    lenny_kanoMI-ONE Staff Developer

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    1. Always have, plus I've had reports the screen does scratch rather easily. Who doesn't use a screen protector these days?
    2. Yes they're the same size.
    3. Dial *#*#MIUI#*#* for all the device tests. There is a screen test in there to check for dead pixels too.
     
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  3. nochtavio

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    1. Oh i see. Well, i didn`t use any screen protection on my previous phone (lumia 800), because of gorilla glass.
    2. Nice :) !
    3. Did you mean *#*#6484#*#*?

    Thanks for the answers, i have one more question. Is this phone support Link2SD? Because i think, 4GB internal memory is not enough for me.
     
  4. lenny_kano

    lenny_kanoMI-ONE Staff Developer

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    Never used Link2SD or anything like that on the M1 because I don't need the extra space, but if there product description is correct it should work.
     
  5. lenny_kano

    lenny_kanoMI-ONE Staff Developer

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    And yes, *#*#6484#*#* is the same as *#*#MIUI#*#*. Like *#*#4636#*#* is *#*#INFO#*#*.
     
  6. nochtavio

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    So Link2SD should works then. Thanks a lot man :) !
     
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    not tried that but tried system app remover and it could move the apps to sd if i remember correct
     
  8. nochtavio

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    Link2Sd from market works well, i can confirm that :). I use ext4 as my sdcard partition type, and the link2sd do the job done.
     

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