MIUI Rom advantage is taken by rare users, MIUI looking much like a garden picked off its most treasured fruit. Tiday in this post we are going to discuss how to enjoy the MIUI File. All thanks goes to XDA developers, DaxIΠFIΠITY and Brainmaster, who have updated the MIUI Music Player to version 2.3.9. This particular update brings specific support for Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3), which was recently made for official rollout for the Samsung Galaxy S II.
The interface has been updated to fit uniformly with ICS, and there is also an enhanced equalizer, sleep timer and spectrogram. Users can now shake-to-skip, opt to automatically download album art, add lyrics, check streams, and all the other bells and whistles seemingly part and parcel of any decent music app.
As long as browsing and playing tracks, and tweaking the app’s main preferences is concerned, things work pretty much flawlessly. However, as soon as the tile of the currently played track is hit, the app crashes. Apart from that, there are several other areas of the app that need to be addressed if it has to stand anywhere near the best Android music players in the competition.
How to update the MIUI Music Player to version 2.3.9 for Android 4.0.3 ICS:
Note- This post is only for the educational purpose. So if anything happens to your mobile we are not responsible for that. There are some consensus seems to be that the music player is more than a little rough around the edges, so we advise installing on a spare device, as opposed to your daily runner.
- Download the MIUI Music Zip file
1. Download the above .zip file into youy desktop.
2. Now, reboot your device into Recovery Mode (using ClockworkMod or similar) and install/flash the zip file.
3. Reboot your device, and from there, you should be able to enjoy the MIUI Music Player.
That’s it so simple.
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