MIUI is the customization of Android conceived and developed by Xiaomi for its devices. Those who have installed version 10 on Android Pie can count on a new modding tool to customize it according to their needs. The tool consists of an Xposed module called CustoMIUIzer, developed by a Senior Member of XDA. As you can see from the examples shown in the gallery below, the module offers several mods through which to customize the graphic aspects of the MIUI 10 interface: let's talk about separating the volume controls for the different notification categories, disable the display on charge, disable the power menu on the lock screen and much more. The module requires the installation of the EdXposed tool (more details at this address). For further information on the installation procedure, we refer you to the official thread hosted on the XDA forum.
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