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Miui JB 2.10.26 For Htc Explorer

MIUI JB 2.10.26 For Htc Explorer beta 1

Time for a change ! You all must have used cm 10 by sakindia123 now its time to pump your explorer using the miui jb .Its again ayushrox a senoir member on xda who made this rom. This rom is filled with features and has a mouth watering appeal because of its smoothness and useability!


  • Ultra smooth
  • boots in less than 15 secs
  • the awesome miui look
  • Jellybean accelaration ( Project butter)

Installation Process

  1. Download required files and updates from below :
  • MIUI JB 2.10.26  from downloads section  here.
  1. Copy the downloaded files to the (Root directory of) your sd-card.
  2. Reboot your device to Custom Revovery
  3. [Optional but, Recommended] Do a Nandroid Backup of your current ROM.
    1. Now from recovery main menu and select Wipe Data option.
    2. Confirm data wipe by selecting Yes.

Now flash MIUI JB 2.10.26 using steps below

  • Choose Install Zip From Sd Card option.
  • Select Choose Zip From SD Card option.
  • Now select miui v4  build #3 downloaded earlier.
  • Confirm the installation and wait till the rom is installed on you handset.

Flash Latest Google apps  for JB in CWM recovery.This one has working Google Now and voice search!

  • Choose Install Zip From Sd Card option.

Select Choose Zip From SD Card and MIUI JB 2.10.26  is installed on you handset.
Reboot and enjoy!


Reviewing Android 4.1 Jellybean

Only a few days ago, Google released the latest addition in the Android family, The jellybean version 4.1 and techies are onto it in a flash.The people posted a great article reviewing the Jellybean.Here it is.

Google introduced the latest version of the Android operating system at its I/O developer event last night, called Jelly Bean, which will be available for platform lead devices by mid-July, along with the source code. Of course, we’ll have to wait a while for manufacturer-customized devices to get their own updates.

Android 4.1 Jellybean is an incremental update to ICS (not Android 5.0 as had been expected), which is aimed to make ICS “smoother, faster and more fluid”. It mostly brings UI changes ranging from improved notifications and onscreen keyboard, to widget control, voice typing and the native camera app. Most importantly however, are the host of developer changes (full list available on the Android Developers site) it brings, which promise to give app creators greater flexibility and control.

Project Butter
First up, in the list of changes to Jelly Bean, is Project Butter – which uses vsync timing and triple buffering to make the touch responsiveness of Jelly Bean devices as smooth as butter. All animation, display refreshes will be locked to a 16 millisecond vsync heartbeat. Google says touch responsiveness has been further improved by predicting where the next touch will be, and in case of a time-out, will use a CPU input boost to ensure minimal latency.

Widget Control
Google has improved the widget-adding experience with Jelly Bean. App widgets can now be automatically resized, depending on where the user drops them on the homescreen, the size to which the user expands them, and the space currently available on the homescreen. Developers will now also have control to reorient the interface of the widget, depending on the size.



One of the biggest changes to Ice Cream Sandwich is the new Notifications menu in Jelly Bean. Essentially, notifications will be more than just pieces of information, but now, will be interactive, and can be expanded or collapsed to show more information, access features, etc, without opening the relevant app. Notifications will now support image content, feature up to three preset actions (such as sharing, or +1-ing), and, display priority is now user-configurable.

Voice Typing and Search
Google has introduced Offline Voice Typing to Jelly Bean, placing the previously-cloud-accessed Google Speech Recognizer on the device itself. For now, it only supports U.S. English, but more languages are due to be added later. Google has also improved voice search, with faster response times, increased accuracy, and a more natural sounding voice. Relevantly, Google also announced it would be supporting more languages soon, with 18 new languages, including Persian, due soon.

Camera and Gallery
Google has made improvements to the native Ice Cream Sandwich camera and gallery apps as well, with the new Jelly Bean version supporting such features as an undo button, simple deletion UI, and a film strip mode.

Google Now
Lastly, Google has finally introduced a Siri-competitor, called Google Now, which will use the Card UI and voice to provide search information, before you search it – something Google has been advocating for years now. It will automatically check things like traffic and public transport information, and update the user. It can also remind users about the events, etc. We’ll have to wait and see just how it works to get a better idea, though you could check out the video below for a glimpse.

So,this will indeed be a good addition to the Android family and all the android lovers out there like me are waiting to get our hands on it ASAP..!!!!