A few days ago we found a Xiaomi teaser image that seemed to offer some clues about a MIUI update to Android 5.0 Lollipop. However, behind it stand another Xiaomi product, more precisely Patchrom, a tool that allows developers to make 3rd party ROMs.



Even this tool was already real, starting today it becomes available for public too. We get to know that until now, unofficial MIUI porters have ported MIUI to 442 devices, including 233 Chinese devices, and 209 overseas devices. Overall, MIUI has been ported to almost 100 smartphone brands covering all the hot brands worldwide.

At the moment, Xiaomi selected some devices with Android 4.4 stock ROMs, and based on a poll they will port MIUI 6 on these devices. Among them we have Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S5 and S4, HTC One M8, Xperia Z2, Oppo Find 7, OnePlus One and some Nubia phones. You can find more about MIUI 6 Patchrom from here.

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