It’s been a long time coming for the HTC Thunderbolt. MIUI had unofficially been ported to the device, but it certainly wasn’t without its problems (and believe me, there were many). The team behind the port has finally been able to release a build that is fully functional (yes, even 4G).
It’s available to everyone starting right now via RootzWiki and new releases will be coming every Friday, as usual. What’s more is that the developer has apparently spoken with the guys at MIUI.us and they think it’s good enough to eventually join the growing list of officially supported devices.
For those not aware, MIUI takes Android customization to the extreme. It almost completely transforms Android to the point where you might not recognize it at first glance if you didn’t know any better. More than just a great UI and performance, it has many great features and the MIUI team makes many great applications to go along with it.
If you’re big on flashing truly custom ROMs then you shouldn’t hesitate to give this one a shot. Head on to RootzWiki to get started. [Thanks Jordan!]
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- Check out the HTC Thunderbolt forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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