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By anthraxx90, Senior Member on 16th April 2014, 03:28 PM
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Hi, i'm trying to find an answer with search bar, but definitively i can't find a good answer.
What roms are stables?
I've found only slimkat 4.0 stable and Cyanogenmod 11 M4 (both give my different problem with my usb keyboard, others roms doesn't but there are others problems), there are others stables roms to run with elementalx stable version?
I'm looking for something customizable at the same time have a stable version,possibly with OTA like cyanogen or beanstalk, .
Can someone Help?

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16th April 2014, 03:41 PM |#2  
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You should certainly try out AICP...

Btw, all roms are stable enough to use as a daily driver.. It's upto you to decide what is stable enough for you.

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If you are on stock rom you can just install xposed framework with gravitybox to get all of your customization.

If you insist on a custom ROM rastakat or purity are probably the closest to aosp stability.

Stock + gravitybox is probably the best bet...

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You should certainly try out AICP...

Btw, all roms are stable enough to use as a daily driver.. It's upto you to decide what is stable enough for you.

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+1

Best ROM ever!!!!!

Super powered Nexus 5 running AICP/ElementalX/Greenify
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+1

Best ROM ever!!!!!

Super powered Nexus 5 running AICP/ElementalX/Greenify

can you link me nexus 5 version of AICP, i've found only for nexus 7
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can you link me nexus 5 version of AICP, i've found only for nexus 7

Here you go: http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...rhead-t2632552
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16th April 2014, 06:09 PM |#7  
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OP, stable is up to the individual User. There are some ROMs that are stable for others that are not for some....best bet, and I know you are going to say, I don't have time....hence probably why this thread is here, but you should just read, pick a ROM test it & run it....With so many variables involved, what is stable for me, might not be for you, since we have different needs, apps and usage....Thanks & Thread Closed.
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