Download MIUI v5 for your HTC One

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CyanogenMod might be the biggest ROM there is, but there area a bunch of other great developers out there putting together some great things on Android. One such creation is dubbed MIUI, something I’m sure anyone with Android ROM flashing experience knows a thing or two about. This ROM completely transforms Android, almost to the point where you could mistake it for an entirely different OS.

Well, that ROM is coming over to the HTC One in the form of AdyScorpiusMIUIv5 from user AdyScorpius over at XDA. Things seem fairly stable for the most part, though as is the case with any ROM not everything is going to be 100% perfect. That said, it’s probably worth a shot if Sense 5 has lost its luster and stock Android doesn’t do it for you. If you want to give it a go, just follow these simple instructions after downloading the ROM file you need.:

1. Push zip file to sdcard or Download on phone.
2. Reboot to recovery.
3. Wipe data (Factory Reset)
4. Flash ROM.
5. Reboot.

Also, note that these instructions are only guaranteed to work with the international version of the device. Those with carrier-specific variants will want to ask about flashing this in the XDA thread or see if there’s a version being made specifically for your model. Remember, no one has any responsibility in keeping your device upright but you. As long as you remember that, flash away!

[thanks Android Creature!]

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  • feztheforeigner

    I’ll stick with the Google Play Edition ROM….I tried MIUI once and hated it….

    Nearly stock Android FTW!

    • No_Nickname90

      MIUI is nice. I had it on my E4GT (GS2). Mainly because there wasn’t anything in TouchWiz that I would miss. Like I was using Stock on my HTC One and went back to Sense because of Zoe. LoL!!

      But now there’s Miui. Let me make this nandroid so I can play with this ROM.

      I like how you can customize your boot-screen from the Miui interface. You can even add your own sounds. It’s so easy. Oh my gosh!! The amount of customization keeps me entertained. =.P

      • palf91

        I just found this on XDA: Sense Camera for Google Edition ROMs!
        http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2351965

        • No_Nickname90

          Oh my gosh. I just went there. I’m so happy. But when I went there someone asked if Zoe is there and she isn’t. Hmm…

          I’m not sure why. But the person is working on getting the album there. Maybe that would fix it. This is a great discovery. Thanks for this info.

          I guess I can make this Nandroid and go play around with Stock Android again. LoL!!

  • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

    YES! Thanks, Q! Been waiting for this…

    • https://plus.google.com/u/0/107214144202094295079/posts James

      Lol, downvoted already. This is too funny.

      • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

        *sigh*

  • Jeremy Sheehan

    Tried MIUI on my OG and wondered why I just didn’t go buy an iPhone instead. Couldn’t stand having all the apps displayed on the desktop. Not sure if they’ve changed since, but it wasn’t for me.

  • https://plus.google.com/108596272537415356460/posts Jason Farrell

    MIUI sucks. iirc it’s a Chinese ROM based on CyanogenMod which tries too hard to look like the iPhone. the miui website also is/was a complete ripoff of the cyanogen site. I want no part of that lameness.

  • guitarist5122

    MIUI is for those that want an iPhone, but also want better hardware with more customization options.

    • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

      Sounds a lot like…. Android? O_o

      • guitarist5122

        You know I was hinting at the UI when I said “want an iPhone” -_-

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/107214144202094295079/posts James

    Wow, this site really is an AOSP circlejerk.

    MIUI is a great ROM and everyone just seems to hate on it because of its similarity to iOS.

    The best part about Android has always been choice.

    • palf91

      I personally like MIUI, and thought that it was even nicer than iOS. Pretty obvious since it married slick design with customizability that Android is famous for.

      And of course, if you don’t like MIUI’s default theme, you can change it piece by piece. So use this lockscreen, but this color scheme, with that dialer… It’s really quite flexible.

      • https://plus.google.com/u/0/107214144202094295079/posts James

        I agree.

      • No_Nickname90

        Yea, I know. That’s what I liked about it. I was able to customize SO much stuff. I was like, really? And it’s cool because you can do so much modifications without flashing anything.

        But the customization is really all I like about it.

  • Franz

    MIUI is still alive? I thought that was a fad.

  • TechGuy22

    i tried that but im trying the Xperia ROM instead

  • Daniel Keane

    Loving MIUI on my GS4, as for all the haters, MIUI has the best theme engine around, the themes you can get, even the free ones are awesome and totally change the appearance of your phone in an instant.
    The default one does look like an iPhone but so what? there is thousands of themes that will make it look totally different.