When the Umi Zero was launched by Umi, the companys aim was, with some appealing specs, to give a real taste of a flagship device. But the big deal with the company this year, compared to other Chinese makers in the same niche, don’t rest in the device only, but in the offered support for it.
The company is not only providing official stock Rom updates, but also is exploring an area where some Chinese devices suffer, the option of install custom Roms. In March, Umi released the Rootjoy tool to ease the life of users who want to try another system experience on their Umi Zero. Since then, it has updated the tool with different Roms for users.
Now the company has released two new Roms for Zero. The first is the well known and highly anticipated (perhaps not for everyone, but it is clear that for most) MIUI V6. The second Rom is the one used on Huawei devices, the EMUI 3.0. Both of these are the latest builds with bug fixes and improved features.
Both Roms for now can be downloaded on Umi forums, and installed via Rootjoy. But we expect them to be added directly from Rootjoy very soon.