Preview MIUI ROM 2.10.19 Preview Changelog (Week 111)


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MarkHUK

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In recent weeks in order to prepare for a more stable system we have spent more time on improving stability of the entire MIUI system. So with that said, the next few weeks will not see much new functionality so please understand this.

Recommended updates this week:

1. New version of user feedback system
MIUI development team are always keen to get feedback from users. Often the forum is a great place to get feedback on bugs and other issues. We encourage users to start this week with using the feedback app, it can be found in the System Tools folder (by default). Cool new icons categorising issues such as System Reboots, Power consumption and more are added to make reporting of issues much easier.

2. New Online video streaming support
Updated this week, more like a Desktop application for streaming online video resources. With this function you can search and watch videos on the Internet, Yoku, YouTube and other popular sites. Watch TV Series, documentaries, and other cool videos. Be aware that streaming over your Mobile data connection will incur costs so it is better to use Wi-Fi for this function, also considerably less lag.

3. Contacts list page supports long operations
In the contact list page you can long-press a contact and quickly view, edit, delete or send the contact to the desktop as a shortcut item. Bulk delete also added, you can find this by opening the menu using your virtual or hardware menu key.

Further changes and updates will be posted on Friday as normal.

Thanks to all the MIUI Community!
 
Jul 16, 2012
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Hi guys,

I think a lot of people are waiting for JB for a lot of devices..

I think that you can reproduce a lot of user guestions about; "when come JB for device x" by telling us guys a bit more of your plans about that.. Maybe a kind of roadmap would be nice..

JB is out for some time now, so I hope it comes soon to more devices for MIUI! (SGS3)

Best regards

Verstuurd van mijn GT-I9300 met Tapatalk
 
Sep 22, 2011
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Hi guys,

I think a lot of people are waiting for JB for a lot of devices..

I think that you can reproduce a lot of user guestions about; "when come JB for device x" by telling us guys a bit more of your plans about that.. Maybe a kind of roadmap would be nice..

JB is out for some time now, so I hope it comes soon to more devices for MIUI! (SGS3)

Best regards

Verstuurd van mijn GT-I9300 met Tapatalk
It's been said *many* times before - when the official JB update is released in China MIUI will update their source. They won't base it on leaks/pre-releases.

I'm personally more interested in why MIUI changed from cm bases to manufacturer bases...
 
May 2, 2012
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performance > functionality.
i think stock miui got enough cherries to please every user (ftp, data monitor, nice file manager, awesome music player and lots more)
so for me more fixes are more reasons to be happy.
cheers!

It's been said *many* times before - when the official JB update is released in China MIUI will update their source. They won't base it on leaks/pre-releases.

I'm personally more interested in why MIUI changed from cm bases to manufacturer bases...
i bet beacuse cm builds arent bug free.. if you want miui cm based there are even jb (cm10) roms for sgs2 and 3 out there. tested the sgs2 ones, volume bug, half 0f my games didnt run on it. only pros for jb are ui smoothness and maby bit pimped browser. i dont see much difference for a daily user.
 

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performance > functionality.
i think stock miui got enough cherries to please every user (ftp, data monitor, nice file manager, awesome music player and lots more)
so for me more fixes are more reasons to be happy.
cheers!



i bet beacuse cm builds arent bug free.. if you want miui cm based there are even jb (cm10) roms for sgs2 and 3 out there. tested the sgs2 ones, volume bug, half 0f my games didnt run on it. only pros for jb are ui smoothness and maby bit pimped browser. i dont see much difference for a daily user.
It has nothing to do with CM builds being bug free. MIUI was using CM (open source), and then keeping MIUI closed source. It was built upon a open source ROM that then was closed source. No one (most) didn't like that at Cyanogenmod because MIUI would take the hardwork of establishing an AOSP port of a phone, then MIUI would just have to lay their pretty overlay on.

CM based builds are better for a variety of reasons.

  1. No bloat. The ROMs are 180MB -> 240MB instead of 300-500MB (due to manufacturer crap).
  2. Its AOSP. No pathetic overlays to hack around and usually quicker.
  3. Its pure. No stupid sense/samsung apps to interfere.
  4. It usually has lots of bugs fix in a timely manner and is always updated to latest Android, while manufacturer aren't.
 

ingbrzy

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Oct 18, 2012
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the new miui kinda lags a bit, if only there was a was to speed things up..the new rom lags when quite a lot of apps are installed ...but why should it affect the rom the apps are stored on sd memory.

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It has nothing to do with CM builds being bug free. MIUI was using CM (open source), and then keeping MIUI closed source. It was built upon a open source ROM that then was closed source. No one (most) didn't like that at Cyanogenmod because MIUI would take the hardwork of establishing an AOSP port of a phone, then MIUI would just have to lay their pretty overlay on.

CM based builds are better for a variety of reasons.

  1. No bloat. The ROMs are 180MB -> 240MB instead of 300-500MB (due to manufacturer crap).
  2. Its AOSP. No pathetic overlays to hack around and usually quicker.
  3. Its pure. No stupid sense/samsung apps to interfere.
  4. It usually has lots of bugs fix in a timely manner and is always updated to latest Android, while manufacturer aren't.
well samsung apps can always be deleted with a simple titanium backup, bigger rom filesize is a fact tho i dont know how it affects device performance (i didnt notice any differences in speed / smoothness unless jb vs ics) and i always had more problems with aosp than officials (wifi problems, apps incompatible and most of all volume bug that totaly makes me reject cm since i listen to alot of music).
Youre right because youre the one experienced in developement, im only end user that notes things by daily usage.
 
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  1. No bloat. The ROMs are 180MB -> 240MB instead of 300-500MB (due to manufacturer crap).
  2. Its AOSP. No pathetic overlays to hack around and usually quicker.
  3. Its pure. No stupid sense/samsung apps to interfere.
  4. It usually has lots of bugs fix in a timely manner and is always updated to latest Android, while manufacturer aren't.
Im with you SAMSUNG is a f**k since they didnt release some of their source code... and yes the nexus are coming to the manufacturers this is a good news i really expect MOTOROLA NEXUS or XPERIA NEXUS since both of them concern of build quality instead just the highend hardwares...
 
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