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[Q] Looking for the most stable and working AOSP based ROM for G PAD?

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23rd June 2014, 07:36 PM   |  #1  
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Hi there I am looking for a AOSP Based ROM =, I've seen CM11 and a couple of other ROMS but not sure which one would be the most stable and battery friendly.

People with more experience with flashing the roms currently available could you please share your experiences?

I am currently using a European LG Stock rooted rom but I want the speed and fluidity of AOSP based ROM with hopefully improved battery life
and most of the hardware working e.g. IR Blaster etc

please share the which AOSP based ROM you are using, your experience with it and a link to it.

Thank you very much for your opinions and input beforehand.
23rd June 2014, 08:59 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by djsynth

Hi there I am looking for a AOSP Based ROM =, I've seen CM11 and a couple of other ROMS but not sure which one would be the most stable and battery friendly.

People with more experience with flashing the roms currently available could you please share your experiences?

I am currently using a European LG Stock rooted rom but I want the speed and fluidity of AOSP based ROM with hopefully improved battery life
and most of the hardware working e.g. IR Blaster etc

please share the which AOSP based ROM you are using, your experience with it and a link to it.

Thank you very much for your opinions and input beforehand.

I don't think you can go wrong with any of infecteds roms. They all seem fast and smooth. Checking the cpu governer is not set at ondemand, I think, is a must do.
I personally use infected SlimKat, though I used his cm11 nightlys for ages. His SlimKat, for me, is the best.
It's going to be more stable than cm Nightlies simply because it's not a nightly build. It's got a few extras that I love, but ultimately you need to have a flashing session and see which appeals to you most.

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