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SM-G906S/K/L/ Info Sharing thread (Official 5.0.1 available) Update: 12/03/2015

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Originally Posted by botwa2000

Hi, welcome back.
Let me try and summarise things as I've experienced them.

I haven't tried any of the lollipop based custom ROMs, waiting for CM12.1 to be stable and mostly bugless. Hoping to get lollipop 5.1 on CM before stock.

Since March 2015 we're having a second ROM update by Samsung. Even if lollipop 5.0.1 - still respect!

I'm very happy with the stock ROM at the moment. Official CWM auto root works flawlessly, also PhilZ recovery v6.56. I experience no force close on anything whatsoever. Battery life is more than acceptable.

Wanam isn't supporting lollipop yet so the question is what are you using it for.

Majority of Wanam's functionality you can get from Google store apps so in fact you won't notice much of a difference of lacking Wanam.

In the upside you get Samsung native apps all working fine.

There you go, any questions please shout.

Can you link the last Philz recovery you use?

You say that most Wanam features are available through Play Store....but where??
Please link them here.
Thanks a lot!!

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