Here’s how you can get MIUI 12 Super Wallpapers on almost any Android smartphone

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The day before yesterday, Xiaomi introduced the world to its next generation of Android skin, the MIUI 12. The company which has millions of devices running on its popular custom user interface based on Android OS introduced a lot of interesting upgrades. At the moment, we are working on a video to explain the MIUI 12 features to our YouTube audience. 

While we work on that you can enjoy the Super Wallpapers introduced on the MIUI 12 on your Android smartphone. Thanks to an XDA Developer community member, who ported the said live wallpapers for Android devices running on version 8.1 or above. Let’s talk about it below. 

Also read: List of all Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones slated to receive the MIUI 12 Chinese ROM

How to get MIUI 12 Super Wallpapers on your Android phone? 

The first step is that you need to download the said APK files and install them on your phone. Once you are done with the installation of those APK files. Boom! The Super-Earth and Super Mars live wallpapers should appear in the stock wallpaper settings on your phone. 

In case the wallpapers failed to show up, despite your downloading and installing the correct files. It is recommended to download the Google Wallpaper app from Play Store. 

We have tested the Super Wallpapers on our OnePlus smartphones and they have worked well so far. You can check this video below to see how they will appear. And they look gorgeous, and we may stick to them for a while. 

Note that, before the port was released, it was only available on the Xiaomi and Redmi phone mentioned in this list. Since they are the eligible devices for MIUI 12 update. 

Let us know in the comment section below, or on our Instagram and TikTok post if you have gone through the above procedure. Share your feedback on how do you feel about these MIUI 12 Super Wallpapers. 



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