MIUI Now Unofficially Supports 198 Devices


Xiaomi’s MIUI is quickly gaining popularity, and with that comes a devoted community of tinkers and developers. While Xiaomi has its own dedicated staff that ports MIUI to devices and adds new features, MIUI’s devoted community ports titles unofficially various devices, and they are now at 198 total devices unofficially supporting MIUI v5.

While these devices haven’t been tested by Xiaomi (and they offer no guarantees or warranties) the community tests them and problems are usually sorted out fairly quickly.

Along with Cyanogenmod,  smartphone users now have an additional choice over the stock Android ROM or the flavor the device’s OEM puts on it.

New this week’s additions include the Coolpad 7298A (which got on Andi’s Top Ten Dual SIM Android Smartphones list) and two more iterations of the Samsung Galaxy S II (Samsung E120K and Samsung E120S).

Some of the phones that are on the unofficial support list are also supported by Xiaomi officially, so it is up to you which one you want to choose. Generally, community builds have a few extra features but official ones are more stable and come in OTA updates.

You can check out the entire list, along with download links: Here.

[Photo Credit: MIUI]
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6 Comments

  1. arsalan
    April 10, 2014

    Sorry, there is no MIUI ROM for my Coolpad 9976A.

  2. $3003525
    April 10, 2014

    waiting for Kitkat based MIUI

    • FTP
      April 10, 2014

      +1

  3. Paulo Jorge
    April 10, 2014

    all miui firmware is based on android 4.2 right?

  4. universe
    April 10, 2014

    multilanguages?

  5. POY
    April 10, 2014

    If MIUI was a stock ROM i’d avoid it, what a peice of crap wake me up when you can actually sort apps properly on it