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Default [Q] Gingerbread

Hi, does anyone still have a good gingerbread firmware? 4.x.x firmwares are too laggy and battery runs out too fast so..

XXLD8 or XXLL2 would be the best
 
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Try to use a stock 4.1.2 rom with Chrono kernel he make the rom more smoothly
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Try to use a stock 4.1.2 rom with Chrono kernel he make the rom more smoothly
I'm tired of 4.x.x roms :/
 
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I'm tired of 4.x.x roms :/
Ok ! take this tutorial for downgrading your Ace II

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZWS_sLGDoQ

after flashing your phone with Russian rom with 3 files, you can flash your phone with a any one package rom of your choice.
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Ok ! take this tutorial for downgrading your Ace II

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZWS_sLGDoQ

after flashing your phone with Russian rom with 3 files, you can flash your phone with a any one package rom of your choice.
Flashing 3part without changing settings will automatically repartition. Just flashing 1 part would be enough. If apps dont FC
Galaxy Ace 2
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Android Open Kang Project 4.4
Ported Android Open Kang Project
Ported Carbon 4.4.2
MIUI v5
Resurrection Remix Kitkat
 
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Flashing 3part without changing settings will automatically repartition. Just flashing 1 part would be enough. If apps dont FC
I already have Russian FW but there are too much crappy apps which i won't use.
 
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it's safy for you if you want downgrade your phone to use firmware with 3 files !
i have the same issue before & i bricked my phone when i flash it with a simple firmware with one file !
it's recommended !
for the app did you wish delete use titanuim backup
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it's safy for you if you want downgrade your phone to use firmware with 3 files !
i have the same issue before & i bricked my phone when i flash it with a simple firmware with one file !
it's recommended !
for the app did you wish delete use titanuim backup
titanium backup requires root and i dont want to root
 
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titanium backup requires root and i dont want to root
Ive heard of people deleting bloat without root but via console(adb..?)...(i never bothered check if its true though..)
Galaxy Ace 2
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Android Open Kang Project 4.4
Ported Android Open Kang Project
Ported Carbon 4.4.2
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Ive heard of people deleting bloat without root but via console(adb..?)...(i never bothered check if its true though..)
I'm aware of the console thingy. I've bricked 2 phones out of 2 times so... I'm really bad at those kind of things.

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