I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 (UK version, bought unlocked) running MIUI 1.11.11. I tried to download the official banking app made by my bank (Natwest): https://market.android.com/details?id=com.rbs.mobile.android.natwest&rdid=com .rbs.mobile.android.natwest&rdot=1 but if I access the market from the web, it tells me the app is not compatible with my device. If I access it from my phone, the app doesn't show up at all. This guy: xda-developers - View Single Post - Natwest App now available but I can't download it fixed the problem on his HTC phone changing the ro.build.fingerprint line in the build.prop file. (To access the file, you need an app like 'root explorer': you'll find the file in /system.) My question is: if any of you has managed to run this app, could you please post your build.prop on this forum? I'd like to try changing the ro.build.fingerprint and/or some other parameters but I don't know what values will make the phone compatible with the app. Alternatively, even if you don't have the app but are running a stock rom or a non-Cyanogen based rom, could you please post your build.prop so I can experiment a bit? I know I could flash a stock rom but if you could post your file it would be much easier! Hopefully there is no sensitive information there, and, if there is you can always take it out as I certainly don't need it. Thanks!