This may have consequences (everything in life does, live with it). Your device might be perceived as a different device (which can create issues with the Play Store, YouTube video resolution, OTA updates, etc) and cause system instabilities and even bootloops. Not only can MultiROM boot a ROM from a smartphone’s internal storage, but it also has the ability to boot from a USB Stock Firmware drive that’s connected to the device via OTG cable. Those who own the Xiaomi POCO F1 can now install this mod on their device to boot a MIUI ROM, a custom ROM, or even a Project Treble GSI. This release is thanks to the work from XDA Senior Members vasishath and Shahan_mik3.
This ROM is highly optimizable and can be updated quickly, like fixing bugs or adding new features. Lineage OS is known to be the most popular choice for your device. This POCO F1 Custom ROM has opposite characteristics to that of MIUI. Alike with Pixel Experience, this Lineage OS also provides its users with a Stock Android Skin like Nexus / Pixel along with a few additional tweaks.
- It’s the first tool you should use if you ever need to unbrick your phone.
- In your first run of this ROM, you’d find it similar to just about any other custom ROM out there.
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- Here you can Download and install Poco F1 mobile device USB (Universal Serial Bus) drivers for free.
- This meant that all app icons were shown on the home screen, and many users missed the flexibility of the app drawer, where apps could be arranged alphabetically.
The Arrow OS project offers simple and minimalistic features that end up resulting in a clean and neat interface, that can further be customized if the user wants to. What’s interesting, it supports a number of devices from Realme, Samsung, Motorola, OnePlus, Samsung, Asus, and more. The team is also quite up-to-date and regularly pushes new builds with features and security patches. Overall, PixelOS is quite impressive in terms of design and those who are looking to flash Android 13, must give it a try. Apart from that, you can also take a look at PixelPlusUI and PixysOS which are pretty similar and have their own feature set.
- Based on Code Aurora Forum (CAF), ReloadedOS is an Android 11 custom ROM that gives a stock AOSP experience with plenty of customization options.
- Interrupting the firmware installation means bricking your phone.
- Also, on some ROMs, you may have to flash a GApps package such as OpenGapps (website) or NikGApps (website).
- It helps in enhancing your POCO phones UI, battery performance, and overall usability.
I recently purchased the Xiaomi Poco F1, and I intend to use this device for the long-term. I am not a big fan of MIUI, and I come from Nitrogen OS, which is a custom ROM. When Xiaomi decided to open up a sub-brand, everyone thought it would be like OnePlus—a sub-brand of Oppo which runs their own ROM, Oxygen OS, which is stock Android with certain added features on top. This was a given, considering how Xiaomi said it would focus on speed.