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Default Most Stable TouchPad ROM

Now that it is July of 2014 - what is the most stable ROM for everyday use - mainly just web browsing and watching .avi/mp4 files?
 
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I'm using Milaq's KK 4.44 and really like It, no forced closes and Google maps and Bluetooth are working fine.
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I installed Jcsullins CM11 with the Netflix, location, and overclock hack, and I am very happy with it.
 
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Awesome to see a KitKat ROM that is fully functioning I will give that a try! I was looking at CM10 here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2174642&page=3

But would prefer a more recent stable if possible - and looks like both of you provided a solution

but KK requires me to partition and resize and not sure if i am comfortable enough to perform those actions.
 
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I too installed Jcsullins CM11 and am very pleased with it. Used toolbox and his TWRP recovery and the installation was very smooth.
No SOD's at all after setting swipe screen lock to off.
Netflix still requires a few moments to adjust but plays just fine after that.

Follow the installation instructions as the partition and resize is done for you.
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