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By tevil, Senior Member on 17th November 2011, 06:36 PM
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I was going to try the ICS port but dont want to ruin the true one when its out, plus i read GPS is so so and I need that for my running apps.

Ive tried a few but always lean back to stock, but am getting ancy. Can anyone reccomend a nice clean ROM that works well with all the apps and is good on battery.

I might go back to SuperOSR but wanted something different. Tried CY7, Zulu, and like one or two more.
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17th November 2011, 09:18 PM |#2  
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Cm7 or miui

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17th November 2011, 10:09 PM |#3  
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Carbon is pretty awesome. Its oxygen based so it is IMHO faster and much more stable than cyanogen

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Carbon is pretty awesome. Its oxygen based so it is IMHO faster and much more stable than cyanogen

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+1 to carbon!

i'm always confused when i see people recommend cm because frankly, in my experience, it runs like junk on this phone.
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+1 to carbon!

i'm always confused when i see people recommend cm because frankly, in my experience, it runs like junk on this phone.

Very true, Sad that it's not stable on a developer phone.

For me the best custom ROM is Oxygen, No problems at all.
18th November 2011, 12:10 AM |#6  
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Cm7 runs very stable for me, even on my old heroc that was barely half the phone this one is, with the same apps/launcher setup.

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personally i'd say miui over cm7. i was so frustrated with cm7 i wanted to sell my phone. it's a bit better now but it's so hard to switch back to cm7 after getting used to the dialer, sms app and themability of miui. and the stability. all i ever got from cm7 was reboot loops and phone hangs that made me miss my alarms.
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+1 to carbon!

i'm always confused when i see people recommend cm because frankly, in my experience, it runs like junk on this phone.

Did you flash the stable version?

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18th November 2011, 02:19 AM |#9  
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personally i'd say miui over cm7. i was so frustrated with cm7 i wanted to sell my phone. it's a bit better now but it's so hard to switch back to cm7 after getting used to the dialer, sms app and themability of miui. and the stability. all i ever got from cm7 was reboot loops and phone hangs that made me miss my alarms.

Try oxygen then...

CM 7.1 running great for me indeed

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18th November 2011, 03:34 AM |#10  
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Nscollab is awesome very stable

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