I am the happy owner of a brand new Xiaomi Redmi 3 Prime. It comes with the MIUI 7, and there is a free upgrade to MIUI 8 via the built-in upgrade software.
My only complaint, so far, is that it comes with a utterly annoying spell checker that applies globally to all text inputs, and has no user-friendly way to disable it, as you'll see in the following link. As I found out, this is a problem in the MIUI system. I've tried all the solutions from this thread, but to no avail:
- Trying to set the
su, and it says
sucouldn't be found, either from Terminator Emulator for Android and from ADB remote shell.
- Trying to set the Google Keyboard language to QWERTY worked, untill I decided to disable this Keyboard, because I won't be using it.
- Disabling Google Keyboard Autocorrection doesn't work.
- In the Google Keyboard app detail from system configuration, it doesn't let me disable it.
Would be really glad to disable it.
Side note: this is irrelevant to this question, but as I tried to install minimal ADB and Fastboot on my Ubuntu, it suggested me to run
apt-get -f install because there were unmet dependencies. After I did it and rebooted my laptop, my graphical UI was broken and I've just installed a fresh Ubuntu on it.