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23rd April 2014, 03:57 PM |#11  
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to bad its missing many roms, and some of the best put together roms. because of that, this is useless.
23rd April 2014, 04:14 PM |#12  
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Slimbean? This doc has slimbean listed. Please do show me how I can get that awesome jellybean ROM on my KitKat device.


This is useless. OP wasted his time to produce poor, incorrect, and inaccurate info.

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23rd April 2014, 05:49 PM |#13  
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Originally Posted by Primokorn

It's more "best rom/kernel" discussions that are forbidden. I've already seen several spreadsheets like this.
Anyways I already see mistakes after a quick review... (e.g. Dark UI on Mahdi)

Sorry, but I have to correct you on this one:

4) No threads or posts asking for the best/most stable ROM/Kernel/Mod/whatever, or created for the purpose of comparing Phones/ROMs/Kernels/Mods/whatever:
These threads/posts will be deleted promptly and without warning. They have a history of causing problems due to trolls, and fanboys, along with various troublemakers, and therefore are no longer allowed. Regardless of that, there is really no way to judge whether or not a particular piece of work is better than another because it's all relative to begin with. If you want to know what piece of work is better for you, install something and try it out for a while. If you don't like it, try something else. Our Developers work hard to provide us their contributions, free of charge. Please show them the respect they deserve by trying something out and giving them your feedback.
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So, sorry guys, but thread closed.
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