From the time since Google released Android 4.0.3 Ice cream Sandwich, Android devs are digging it deep and experimenting their expertees to give android users something really exciting and unique. They have churned out a lot of custom Rom’s for so many devices, but MIUI based on Cyanogen is indeed their landmark which is getting so much fame in dev community and Custom ROM fans due to its amazing stability and smooth workflow.
It has very catchy and cool icons, wallpapers, animations, camera, music, gallery and notification area. We are pretty sure that default Ice Cream Sandwich users will never want to get back to the default one after using MIUI.
We also want to clear one very basic question which may rise in most of our readers. Apart from providing you all above discussed feature, it will not let you miss any of Ice cream sandwich basic features. Just imagine that you gonna enhance the functionality and look of your default ICS OS.
Another important aspect of MIUI Rom is that it is currently on version 2.1. So you can use it safely without any fear of bugs which are usually present in initial releases.
Couple of days ago, we published a tutorial about how to install MIUI on your HP TouchPad and now its time to learn its installation on Samsung Galaxy S 2.
This post is entirely for education purpose and not to promote the violation of the restrictions and copyright of the concerned company. We publish guides after testing, but Defeasto will not be responsible in case of any damage to your device while following these instructions.
All the current users of CyanogenMod, simply restart the device in ClockWorkMod Recovery and delete the /data and /cache folders from the memory card.
When you have done all these formalities, you are ready to go for this guide.
Step 1: Download the MIUI custom Rom in memory card. The file is over 100MB, so may take a few moments for those on slower connections.
Step 2: Now its time to boot your Galaxy S 2 into Recovery Mode.
Step 3: After Factory Resetting the device, go to “Mounts and Storage” and select “Wipe the system”.
Step 4: Simply install the .zip file you download in first step.
Step 5: Factory reset the device once again.
Step 6: Now reboot Samsung Galaxy S II and you are done.
We are sure that nobody will have any complaint in this very simple and detailed guide. However, in case you face any issue, then do let us know. Do you think that devs should include anything else in custom Roms? Share your ideas with us in comment section below.