The Redmi 1S is one popular lad at the developer forums and has been receiving quite an applause from it’s care-takers. The MIUI v45 update was supposed to be fixing the overheating issue but the thermal control algorithms implemented in the latest software brought about a dramatic drop down in performance. AnTuTu scores below 15000 is not what you would generally expect from a Snapdragon 400 with it’s cores ticking at 1.6 GHz by the CPU clock. Meanwhile, there are Mi fans, like me, who bought the device to experience MIUI itself, so it’s not an ideal solution for such people to switch to Cyanogenmod or any other AOSP Android 4.4 port.
Thus, here we have, Adria ROM which is based upon the latest v45 update for the Redmi update but is said to keep up with the performance part as well!
Before we begin with the installation, let’s have a look at a few screenies:
How To Install Adria ROM on Xiaomi Redmi 1S [MIUIv5 Based Custom ROM]:
- Make sure you have backed up all the data and have a custom recovery ready on your device that’ll be required to complete the flashing process.
- Download the ROM file .
- Put the files downloaded above in the root folder(preferable) of your sd card.
- Boot your phone up in recovery mode(Generally using Vol Up+Power Buttons).
- In the recovery mode try navigating using the Volume keys and for selection, use the Power key.
- Now in the recovery mode, wipe all the data/ Do a factory reset for a clean installation
- Now go to “Install zip from sd card” (We mean the external sd card here!).
- Select the ROM zip file that you downloaded in the above step and proceed to flash it.
- From the recovery menu, Click “Reboot System Now”.
- Sit back and relax, You’re home fella!
If you’re done with all the steps mentioned above in the order they’ve been given, you’ll land up on the Homescreen of your fresh installation in a few minutes as the first boot usually takes around 2 minutes depending upon the ROM and the hardware. Just keep you calm and enjoy the ROM.
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