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  • zeedezeede Posts: 182 ✭✭✭✭✭
    jimlloyd40 wrote:I agree and that's one of the things that bothers me the most about MiFavor, taking away standard Android features. A lot of other UI 's are heavier than MiFavor but I don't know of another UI that takes away standard Android functions. The Asus UI, Zen, is far heavier than MiFavor but every Android function works and it also allows you to disable or uninstall most everything. 

    Some don't allow multiple profiles on the same device, which is annoying when you have a pre-teen you want to let borrow your phone. (HTC One M8, for example)

    Some didn't allow you to customize where data was stored when you had a SD memory card installed. (Dell Android tablets, and some Samsung devices too on Lollipop, IIRC)

    Please, if you're going to bash MiFavor, don't paint it unfairly as some sort of unique case.  Other UIs from other manufacturers have their own flaws.  It wouldn't hurt to mention some of the things that MiFavor adds that stock Android doesn't have, too.

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