MIUI

Been looking for a new ROM for your Samsung Epic Touch 4G on Sprint, well how about a little bit of MIUI love for you? It appears as though an official build has been released for the device, and it is now available for your downloading pleasure. For those unfamiliar, MIUI is a custom ROM that is quite similar in many ways to iOS and provides a rather unique Android experience. Rooted and ready to flash? If so hit the link below for download links and full information about the ROM.

Source: XDA

 

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Official MIUI release now available for the Samsung Epic Touch 4G

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I couldn't agree more. In all of my android phones I've maybe flashed a MIUI rom one time.

I would say so. Sometimes these "writers" are so eager to get the message out first they forget to mention some really important stuff. Thanks for the info though. I'll definitely wait 'til they get 4G working.

Not going to happen. No phone with MIUI support has 4G working because 4G is not supported by the Chinese developers of MIUI. This will probably change once China gets LTE, I'm guessing, but for now don't count on it. I'm talking about WiMax and LTE when talking about 4G btw.

OMG THE BEST THING IN THE UNIVERSE!!! MIUI on Evo 4G was what I did for a YEAR! and then I upgraded to E4GT..and now I get MIUI again! OMG YES!

I don't like the style of these ROMs either, but that's why Android rocks. All the choices given to us make it a great OS to be with.

MIUI offers way too much customization to be considered an "iphone experience". The built in theme engine and endless lockscreens alone are enough reason to like it.

Really? Have you even tried MIUI? Miui brings the android experiance to a whone new level. Just because the launcher look alike to an iphone does not mean the whole rom looks like it. Before saying something like that try it and then we talk.

That's what prevented me from trying MIUI in the first place, until l realized that all of the customization you can do is amazing. I run ADW EX launcher instead of the stock one because I love an app drawer. The style of menus and all of the themes, MODs you can do to the statusbar, etc. are amazing. You should spend some time with it before you judge.

MIUI is kinda useless on WiMax phones as they will never support Sprint's 4G. Might have been good to mention that in the article.

Sprints network barely supports 4G. I had limited coverage when I lived in Atlanta and never even bothered with it. I have none here now in NC.

Cyanogen is also up & running right now. It's in a pretty good place, but it still doesn't have 4G either... Everything else seems to be functional.

I think MIUI succeeds in its goal. Trying to bring the best features of iOS and Android together. The theming that it uses its more intuitive than Cyanogenmod and it has a few cool features that are actually implemented in Ice Cream Sandwich