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View Poll Results: Stock with Xposed vs. custom ROM
Stock with Xposed 35 70.00%
Custom ROM 15 30.00%
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[POLL] Stock with Xposed vs custom ROM

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I like using stock-based custom ROM with Xposed.
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I hope I'm not breaking any forum rules. I was just wondering what everyone else prefers on their Note 3... Stock ROM with Xposed, or a custom ROM?

I have been using Slimkat on my Note 3 since I bought it. This week I might try out the stock ROM with Xposed to compare.
Thank you for the subject.
Personally, I prefer Stock because it's official and custom rom does not give you a big advantage over the original with Xposed,except with the custom I can not activate screen mirroring.
 
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I like using stock-based custom ROM with Xposed.
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