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Yes, I hate it 206 19.98%
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[POLL] Do you think ics is a failure??

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ICS is great. Fast, stable and it looks nice.
 
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ICS is great. Fast, stable and it looks nice.
On the most part, I suppose it is... but far from 100% bug free!
 
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Hey,

Stock ICS sucks. Use modded ICS for root phones ?

- Foxhound PsychoMantis and Resurrection Remix are great ROMS!
 
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Hey,

Stock ICS sucks. Use modded ICS for root phones ?

- Foxhound PsychoMantis and Resurrection Remix are great ROMS!
Whats good about them?
 
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I wouldn't call it a failure, but it's still got teething problems. Like how stock ICS looks much better that Samsung's. I'm happy on Gingerbread so I'll stay here until a full final build is released.

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Samsung ICS is a failure for me. It's laggy, and hangs sometimes.
 
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Whats good about them?
the devs have worked hard to iron out any bugs and issues

i can vouch for foxhound roms latest ics build

#stable and fast
#themed like ics
#nice colection of mods like call recording / nice call screen / 15 toggle mod etc
#nice team and good support
#ota update app built into rom for mods and updates
#good battery life
#siyah callobrated with raffe to maximise siyah kernel for the rom
#nice new foxhound power option built into settings for overclock etc

+loads more

installed on a freshly formatted sgs2 and memory cards the rom is awesome
 
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Sounds great, where can I get it and see some screenshots ?
 
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Try slim ics rom And believe you me, this rom will be your daily driver. At first, I thought "Meh, another ics rom...the scrolling is probably all screwed up". But for some reason I installed anyway. Then the moment I scrolled through a list, I couldn't help but think "WOW! This is really gingerbread alike!" And from that day on I have been thoroughly enjoying the features of this wonderful rom.

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Sounds great, where can I get it and see some screenshots ?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1162715

dont forget if you make a nandroid back up you can have your old setup back in then minutes

also id wipe data , cache , dalvik cache , system before install :)

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