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Default [Q] can someone suggest a stable ROM

I'm looking for the most stable ROM out there I've been on clean ROM for a while now because it states it's stability but I get random reboots at the most inconvenience times as I run my ar.drone from my nexus 7 and it's not a good thing to have it up a hundred feet in the air and your tablet decides to reboot
So if someone could suggest a ROM that they haven't had any Radom reboots with
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Kenneth, what is the frequency? Set a fire for a man, and he will stay warm for a night. Set a man on fire, and he will stay warm for the rest of his life.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I think gravity box was causing all my problems with clean ROM I won't be sure for a few days but will report back with my findings
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I think gravity box was causing all my problems with clean ROM I won't be sure for a few days but will report back with my findings
Gravitybox is made for stock ROMs., that's why you had issues. Custom roms are not compatible with GB (yes, cleanrom is considered is a custom rom).
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I'm using Paranoid Android Official, and it's really stable. I hardly ever have random reboots
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This will always be more stable than any custom ROM, regardless of what others might want you to believe.
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This will always be more stable than any custom ROM, regardless of what others might want you to believe.
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I've been using CM11 with ElementalX and overclocked to 1.9ghz and have had no stability issues what so ever !

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