We launched the miuirom.org project in 2021 to offer clear and simple information on firmware updates for Xiaomi, Mi, Redmi, and POCO devices. We focus on publishing instructions and maintaining links database to an official firmware, which we daily update. So far, a team of two individuals is working on this website.
Editor-in-chief (). I am an engineer, but IT is my calling. The Xiaomi website is not my first venture with gadgets and operating systems. I used to be the chief editor of websites for Windows and macOS operating systems, and I wrote articles on MacBook and iPhone operation for a long time. Eventually, I added the Android and Xiaomi devices on MIUI to this list.
In 2003, I started the online publication “World of Operating Systems” (previously located on winline.ru domain), which offered news, analytical articles, and instructions for the Microsoft Windows operating systems.
I noticed the Apple technology in 2011 and later took over the macnoob.ru portal, dedicated to iPhone, MacBook, iMac, and other Cupertino devices.
In 2020, I got into Xiaomi devices and created miboom.ru. I determine the direction of website development, supervise materials publication and deal with most project functioning tasks.
I like to ride the Specialized Enduro in the mountains and Specialized P3 around the city.
Editor (). I’m a self-taught geek with a humanitarian education. In 2015, I bought my first Xiaomi smartphone, and I was immediately addicted to its firmware. Since then, I have dealt exclusively with Xiaomi devices and accumulated vast experience recovering dead phones and updating phone firmware. I share my knowledge and acquired skills with everyone using plain English.
I got interested in technology and writing in 2015. Now, I review the Xiaomi market news and publish Chinese gadget reviews. I also make most of the photos and screenshots for the articles we post.
I love listening to rock and roll, punk, and metal. I also play World of Warcraft and experiment with putting different firmware on my phone.