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The best MIUI themes for better experience. The best custom Android MIUI.

Love it or hate it, Xiaomi’s MIUI is one of the best custom Android skins out there. The custom skin comes with plenty of interesting features not found in AOSP and it’s even better with MIUI 10. However, the overall look is too colorful, and some people, like me, prefer the look of stock Android. Well, if you’re someone who owns a Xiaomi device running MIUI but would rather fancy the stock Android look, read on, as we discuss 10 of the best MIUI themes that you can install on your device to make it look like you’re running stock Android:

1. Android P

Android 9 Pie is here, so you can’t be blamed for looking for a theme that resembles the new look. The Android P theme is based on Android Pie, and as you can see, it showcases the same white and blue theme all over the place. 

In fact, the quick settings icons are so well designed that anyone would easily mistake your device as one running actual Android 9 Pie. If you fancy the whites and want your device to look like Android P, well, then this might just be the perfect theme for you.
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2. Pineapple

Well, Android P turned out to be Pie and not Pineapple, but it is a great theme nonetheless. In fact, it is one of the cleanest themes of the lot and looks a lot like Android 9 Pie.

The theme offers a clean dock, along with Android Pie styled quick settings toggles. The lockscreen, on the other hand, is slightly off the mark on my device, since the theme doesn’t support 18:9 ratios. Nonetheless, if you can look past the lockscreen, you get a near stock AOSP experience, which is kind-off what this list is all about.
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3. Google Pixel 2 – Android 8 Oreo

The Pixel Experience is one thing, but to have the exact same look as the Google Pixel 2 is another. Well, this theme is all about that. The Google Pixel 2 theme comes with the exact same Pixel 2 look, offering over 1100 stock icons and the new stock Google Pixel 2 boot animation as well.

What’s more is that it has the new Google dashboard widget as well and the same wallpaper to give the exact same look. For me, the theme worked pretty well, and although I did notice a slight lag at times, I wouldn’t really make a big fuss about it. The only issue that I faced with the theme is that since this is a 3rd party theme, I had to install it using the MIUI Theme Editor (free).
Download: Free

4. Android One

Android One is one of the cleanest forms of Android available to OEMs, and the same can be said for this theme right here. The Android One theme looks pretty similar to those found on Android One devices, boasting of the circular icons, folder icons, the Pixel widget, and much more.

The icons in the status bar also resemble the AOSP ones quite closely. Personally, I fancy this theme a lot, simply because it does not add a lot of bells and whistles, but looks plain simple, just the way Stock Android should as well.
Download: Free

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