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Angry Which is the Best and Most Stable AOSP Rom?

Hi all....I love this phone, the best I've had so far. I am on Cataclysm but want to get rid of all the Google stuff and other Bloat. I understand that installing an AOSP Rom is the best way to go about achieving this. However, I am totally inexperienced at flashing and using AOSP Roms and need some experienced input about this. Which AOSP Rom is the most stable and reliable for this device? My main concerns are a good and constant data signal, stable wifi / wifi tether and easy upgrades and strong development community. I know thats a lot to ask of any Rom but thats what I need. Thank you for any input....
 
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Stay away from aosp. Most stable and aosp never go together, its continually under development.
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Stay away from aosp. Most stable and aosp never go together, its continually under development.
That's a sweeping generalisation and inaccurate statement.

OP must make his own decision on what is stable for his use

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OP, there is no such thing as BEST. They are all BEST as you can see by the loyal members using each. Just read through the threads, make a backup and flash away and decide what is BEST for YOU.

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