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25th August 2014, 03:13 AM   |  #1  
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Im thinking on LS Official + Fancy r50 or r54

I've selled my phone and my friend just got random reboots and these things, dont know if a soft problem or whatever, anyone could help me pls?
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Im thinking on LS Official + Fancy r50 or r54

I've selled my phone and my friend just got random reboots and these things, dont know if a soft problem or whatever, anyone could help me pls?

I am using now CM Remix for galaxy nexus (maguro) and I am impressed with the many features it has currently. The only issue I have at the moment is with random SystemUI reboots which happens in rare occasions if you get too many (10+) notifications. I am hopeful that will be fixed soon by Burstlam.

Alternatively, you can use a Paranoid or CM which seem to be pretty stable but might not be so smooth once you install lots of applications.
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Stock ROM is the most stable.. Every ROM is stable. But nightlys have the highest risk of bugs so if you want stability use stable releases.

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