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Which 4.2.2 Rom is Stable, Smooth & Best for Gnex - HELP Please

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By ftrack, Member on 23rd March 2014, 08:15 AM
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Hi,

Friends and this definably representative question, I have Samsung Galaxy Nexus and now i am on "[ROM] [UNOFFICIAL] [01122014] CyanogenMod 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus ", This rom is good but sometime apps get stuck and force to close etc etc,

So any friend who help me to find out some good rom based on ASOP or CM11 any, but atleast allow me to run apps smoothly.

Please help Thanks
 
 
23rd March 2014, 08:27 AM |#2  
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Hi,

Friends and this definably representative question, I have Samsung Galaxy Nexus and now i am on "[ROM] [UNOFFICIAL] [01122014] CyanogenMod 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus ", This rom is good but sometime apps get stuck and force to close etc etc,

So any friend who help me to find out some good rom based on ASOP or CM11 any, but atleast allow me to run apps smoothly.

Please help Thanks

You don't need roms for that, you need kernels try Franco's kernel. Cynogen is the most stable and bug free ROM out there.
23rd March 2014, 08:33 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by ftrack

Hi,

Friends and this definably representative question, I have Samsung Galaxy Nexus and now i am on "[ROM] [UNOFFICIAL] [01122014] CyanogenMod 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus ", This rom is good but sometime apps get stuck and force to close etc etc,

So any friend who help me to find out some good rom based on ASOP or CM11 any, but atleast allow me to run apps smoothly.

Please help Thanks

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You don't need roms for that, you need kernels try Franco's kernel. Cynogen is the most stable and bug free ROM out there.

Not just that - please update your CM11 to one of the OFFICIAL nightlies, available here: http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?device=maguro
23rd March 2014, 08:36 AM |#4  
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Hey Thank Wajeeh4616,

Please can you give me link to download for 4.4.2 and do i need to flash that kernel right. Sorry don't have much idea about Kernel,

Please if you could provide me some more help in this.

Thanks a lot.
23rd March 2014, 08:41 AM |#5  
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Just one quick question after flashing with "cm-11-20140322-NIGHTLY-maguro.zip " CM11 Nightly, means Official CM11 because i was on "UNOFFICIAL" doest they make any conflict? If so then ill now i m moving on new cm11 "cm-11-20140322-NIGHTLY-maguro.zip " and i need to also flash with Franko Kernal ?
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Just one quick question after flashing with "cm-11-20140322-NIGHTLY-maguro.zip " CM11 Nightly, means Official CM11 because i was on "UNOFFICIAL" doest they make any conflict? If so then ill now i m moving on new cm11 "cm-11-20140322-NIGHTLY-maguro.zip " and i need to also flash with Franko Kernal ?

http://download.cyanogenmod.org/
Get the latest version from here and be sure to select the correct device or you know..... Brick etc...

You can find many kernels on the development section of your device
http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...us/development this is for maguro

You can use others but I prefer using Franco kernel as it is very easy to flash (you can download it's app from play store just type Franco kernels and download it. You can use auto flash option from it)

Remember these things are very tricky,it can make your device unusable if you install it incorrectly so..... Take care
And yeah nightlies are official so you better get them from their website as they are fully tested and it is less likely to go anything wrong with them

http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...rnels-t1792896 check it out and be sure to
thank that person and yeah it is for maguro
24th March 2014, 05:08 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by ftrack

Hi,

Friends and this definably representative question, I have Samsung Galaxy Nexus and now i am on "[ROM] [UNOFFICIAL] [01122014] CyanogenMod 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus ", This rom is good but sometime apps get stuck and force to close etc etc,

So any friend who help me to find out some good rom based on ASOP or CM11 any, but atleast allow me to run apps smoothly.

Please help Thanks

I know that people generally stick to Cyanogenmod due to it's stability, but I think it is overrated due to the fact that they support so many devices. I would prefer ROMs where the devs actually have the device, and focus on the device since they plan to have it for a while.

With that being said, here is my favorite ROM:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...i-rom-t2550477

I haven't had any issues (like apps that force close) on it, and apps run fine. In fact, I have also switched to ART and it is pretty stable and blazingly fast. My test was its battery life, and it lasted me close to 7 days on standby with groove ip running on it (receiving calls, texts, etc.), and 2 days with active usage with a sim card.

Hope this helps!
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24th March 2014, 07:25 PM |#8  
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I know that people generally stick to Cyanogenmod due to it's stability, but I think it is overrated due to the fact that they support so many devices. I would prefer ROMs where the devs actually have the device, and focus on the device since they plan to have it for a while.

With that being said, here is my favorite ROM:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...i-rom-t2550477

I haven't had any issues (like apps that force close) on it, and apps run fine. In fact, I have also switched to ART and it is pretty stable and blazingly fast. My test was its battery life, and it lasted me close to 7 days on standby with groove ip running on it (receiving calls, texts, etc.), and 2 days with active usage with a sim card.

Hope this helps!

Thanks for atleast reply and suggesting me some ROM which is i ever try.. but now i am little confused, for selecting ROM, I made my mind as per last reply ROM from CM11 Nightly and Kernel From Franco but now OMNI i need to learn about that too.

Can anyone have suggestion on that or give me little more light on ROM.

Thanks
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24th March 2014, 07:39 PM |#9  
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Its good to have choices
If you are new to flashing ROMs, usually CM 11 is an excellent choice.

However, to me speed, low RAM consumption and good battery life matters, so here are the reasons why I chose that ROM:

1. Linaro toolchain - Here is a link to explain why it is faster than standard CM:
http://www.androidauthority.com/lina...android-92831/

2. Dirty_V kernel - For speed, most of us Nexus users feel it is the best. It is an improvement over Franco's kernel
http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...irtyv-t2613655

So, I usually choose a ROM which uses the linaro toolchain. I also got a ton of cool features like notifications, omniswitch, etc. which you can read about in the ROM link from my previous post.

In the end, I am just giving you suggestions. Why don't you try creating a nandroid backup and then flashing many ROMs to see which one you like? Using the nandroid backup, you could always come back to the tried and trusted CM 11 !

Here is a small intro to nandroid backups which may be useful even in the future in case you mess up your phone with a bad update:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/NANDroid

Hope this helps!
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I'm switch between 2 Roms.
Remix
Vanir

Bothe stable and fast.

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