MIUI is a custom Chinese ROM that has a lot of the look and feel of iOS. It’s available on tons of phones, and most, if not all, of the HTC EVO series. A bit ago they introduced an Android ICS version of the ROM that allowed for viewing and taking 3D videos on the HTC EVO 3D, and today they’ve released an update.
Before the cry is raised that there’s an AOSP-based ROM with working 3D, it doesn’t appear that this is AOSP-based any more, in spite of the main developer post. The camera is the Sense 3.6 camera, and works the same. The kernel is the stock HTC kernel. Perhaps it’s some sort of hybrid between AOSP and Sense, but it looks to be Sense-based, from what I can tell.
With stock kernels, a Sense base, and working 3D, you’d think that 4G/WiMAX would be in there to make MIUI completely functional, but I start thinking that “no ETA on 4G” may be a mantra of MIUI. Hoping it will be there soon, but I’m not holding my breath.
MIUI 2.8.10 features the Sony XLoud and Bravia engines, DSP manager, GAPPS pre-installed, a Goo.im auto-updater, 3D boot animation, and more.
My first run-through of the ROM had four crashes and some app was mysteriously yanking attention from anything I ran. A reboot solved most of the issues, although you will find a couple of things here and there.
It is not the most stable MIUI I’ve played with, but it’s the most feature filled and almost everything works perfectly to make it a daily driver candidate for the EVO 3D. If you’re a big fan of MIUI, it’s amazing.
The developer thread can be located here, and you can download the ROM at the link below until the thread updates the first post to include the link.