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[Q] P990 new rom

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By RestInPiss, Junior Member on 9th March 2012, 02:03 PM
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Hello masters,
I have some problems with ( maybe ) my stock rom V20L. ( twice daily, sometimes more than once, i hear scrap sound or noise and after this sound dont play ( silent mode) any sound or notification, alarm just nothind
i must restart phone ... and after restart is all OK


I Want try instal new rom maybe test CyanogenMod9 ? or i need yours expression, because I do not know what to expect..
I never had custom rom. ( what is +pros or -cons for this rom )


I cant reclamation because i have Root
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9th March 2012, 04:45 PM |#2  
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Hi!

At least you got root, that makes things easier...

Anyway, the thing is, you actually need to read yourself in order to choose the best rom... But, I can give you my opinion.

The best custom rom so far is in my opinion Temaseks CM7 KANG (my signature). I know CM9 is already available to us, thanks to our awesome developers , but it's still in alpha phase and not everything is working properly, So if I were you I would stick to CM7 until CM9 totally works. (which shouldn't take very long) But, it's your choice obviously...

Make sure to make a full backup though when you want to flash either CM7 or CM9, because you need to wipe everything when you come from stock...
9th March 2012, 07:31 PM |#3  
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Yeah he's right - in my opinion, try temasek's latest 71- its quite stable and awesome .....

Wipe everything after backup before flashing any rom so that everything works good

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9th March 2012, 07:48 PM |#4  
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Hi RestInPiss,
Personnaly i use CM7 nightly With kernel swiftextrem power save.
Sorry, i can't give you the links of download because i am new user.
And it's very stable
11th March 2012, 04:56 PM |#5  
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hi , the best rom is cm7 temasek 72..
make sure u do a full nandroid backup first and when u want to come back to stock rom remember to convert to ext3 filesystem first of restore the backup..
To increase the volume like stock rome use the app volume+, and to increase the camera photo and videos quality install stock camera mod by Kostia..
Hope this helps..
Cheers
12th March 2012, 07:22 PM |#6  
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I really love nova HD +. It's CM9 based and it's getting updated a the time. But there are are few things which doesn't walk perfectly.

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12th March 2012, 09:41 PM |#7  
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aokp 4.0.3 or kang 2.3.7
I use AOKP Mileston 4. In this rom there are same bugs of CM9 (no decoding/encoding video, some app for ICS are glitchy), but there rom is quite stable and smooth.

Also Temasek Kang CM7 with EtAna kernel by vadonka is a good choice =)
14th March 2012, 02:17 PM |#8  
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For me, the Chuck Norris Edition 1.1 is the most stable and fastest ROM!

Try it and luv it!
16th March 2012, 09:59 AM |#9  
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hi,
i think you should flash the rom again
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