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Genuine stability (delay moving to newest version) 15 83.33%
Move to latest version ignoring existing bugs 2 11.11%
I don't use custom ROMs 1 5.56%
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I also prefer stability over features.
 
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Which ROM You now using?
And with which you feel most satisfied?
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Which ROM You now using?
And with which you feel most satisfied?
I'm using the Samsung stock ROM (Spain region) since my job requires me to do so, but I really like MIUI for its awesome stability and customization (though I have a feeling they'll never update the S2 to 4.2 or higher)...but I also like CyanogenMod 10.1 (the stable build) for the slight performance increase (and I would've probably kept it if it wasn't for the unfixable MHL and other Samsung closed source things that don't work).
I'm also keeping an eye on Omni and I plan to give it another try once it reaches a more stable stage since it fixes some graphics issues on the S2 GT-i9100.
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I'm using the Samsung stock ROM (Spain region) since my job requires me to do so, but I really like MIUI for its awesome stability and customization (though I have a feeling they'll never update the S2 to 4.2 or higher)...but I also like CyanogenMod 10.1 (the stable build) for the slight performance increase (and I would've probably kept it if it wasn't for the unfixable MHL and other Samsung closed source things that don't work).
I'm also keeping an eye on Omni and I plan to give it another try once it reaches a more stable stage since it fixes some graphics issues on the S2 GT-i9100.
Nice...
This http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2562055 4.4.2 ROM?
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Yes, that's the Omni one I used
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Yes, that's the Omni one I used
If you try it, let impressions. I can't even find a rom that suits me...
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If you try it, let impressions. I can't even find a rom that suits me...
I already have and I posted my thoughts on it here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2580635
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If you try it, let impressions. I can't even find a rom that suits me...
you can try slimsaber 4.4.2 by FJ. good battery,stable for me and ART working on all my apps.

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