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[Q] Which is the most stable build of SlimKat for Atrix 2??

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Default [Q] Which is the most stable build of SlimKat for Atrix 2??

HI Guys,

I am using Slimkat 4.4.4 build 6 on Atrix 2(System 1), have used 5.8/5.9/5.10 for sometime. I found that 5.9 was a stable one but with build 6, having some issues,
1) It laggs a lot while scrolling
2) Switching from one app to another is not as smooth as earlier (on build 5.9)

Pls help me to find out the stable build!
 
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I found 5.10 quite stable and flashed with minimal 4.4.4 GApps on system 1 as my regular ROM. Everything seems working fine for me. Didn't bother to try 6.
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I found 5.10 quite stable and flashed with minimal 4.4.4 GApps on system 1 as my regular ROM. Everything seems working fine for me. Didn't bother to try 6.
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I'm using Slimkat 4.4.4 build 7, no issues so far very stable.


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HI Guys,

I am using Slimkat 4.4.4 build 6 on Atrix 2(System 1), have used 5.8/5.9/5.10 for sometime. I found that 5.9 was a stable one but with build 6, having some issues,
1) It laggs a lot while scrolling
2) Switching from one app to another is not as smooth as earlier (on build 5.9)

Pls help me to find out the stable build!
 
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build 7 is stable with great battery backup.
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I'm using Slimkat 4.4.4 build 7, no issues so far very stable.
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build 7 is stable with great battery backup.
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Have been running SlimKat 7.0 since long time with stock kernel. No bugs came into notice so far. Clean and stable ROM with almost NIL BUGs. Battery backup is decent, especially the screen time is above 3 hours. Standby with normal usage can squeeze one day.
 
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Does Slimkat has theme engine? I'm using Mokee 2014/8/13 cause i like themes, stable as a rock. Any other Roms with theme engine?

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Does Slimkat has theme engine? I'm using Mokee 2014/8/13 cause i like themes, stable as a rock. Any other Roms with theme engine?

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No, Slim doesn't come with theme engine as of now.

There are many ROMs which support theme engine, one is CM which has also reached into stable state.

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