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What are you running on your nexus 5?

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24th November 2014, 11:33 AM   |  #1301  
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I'm just using xrasmooth ROM and Franco kernel .. and I hope xpoesed will be come early on loli
24th November 2014, 12:49 PM   |  #1302  
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Flashed xTraSmooth 2.3.1 with Franco Kernel 3.4.0 yesterday.

So far good.
24th November 2014, 04:52 PM   |  #1303  
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Xtrasmooth 2.3.4 and included kernel. Never seen a phone fly like this before!
24th November 2014, 11:58 PM   |  #1304  
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Stock LP with ElementalX kernel. Almost 5 hours of SOT!

I am thinking of trying the N5X ROM, though.

Sent from my Nexus 5
25th November 2014, 03:00 AM   |  #1305  
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Multirom with the following:
-SOKP 4.4.4 as daily driver
-Lollipop (multirom thread), testing this as replacement for SOKP
-Ubuntu touch build 243
-Firefox OS

The latter two are just because i can, but for me they're just not complete enough to really use for more than a bit of fiddling in an empty hour at this point, to my liking that is. I like to fiddle with "new" stuff so that's why i have them installed and why i update them as soon as new versions come out. Of the two i like Firefox OS most at this point.

SOKP is very feature rich and for me it's very stable, that's the reason i have for using that as primary. I've been running it since released and had no problems that weren't easily solved. Too bad development has stopped at this point, i would like to see what these guys can do with lollipop.

As for lollipop, i like the progress and a lot of the added features. Still setting it up with my apps (105 installed and in regular use on my daily driver) and such, which will take some time. When i'm done i will give it a shot as daily. And yes, i do really use those apps frequently.

Next on my "add and test" list is Sailfish.
25th November 2014, 04:42 AM   |  #1306  
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I'm getting random reboots and BSOD on every lollipop room and kernel I try.
Any recommendations on what to do? Flash back to stock and re-root?

Thanks!
25th November 2014, 05:33 AM   |  #1307  
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The only answer i can give you is that you can install the version in the multiboot thread as secondary rom, after installing multiboot. If that works, you can swap it with your primary (the one you're using now and that works). Sidenote to that, if you switch it to primary, thereafter you can't use the multirom features anymore. At this moment that is. More detailed info is in the multirom thread.
You can also tell multiboot to boot lollipop as standard if you like, without any multiboot prompt at boot, but with the possibility to switch to your primary.

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