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3rd April 2012, 10:30 PM   |  #11  
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Well, if u know chinese, u can go to the bbs.gfan.com to have to look at their rom. Although most of them are originally from xda, they may give u some different experience. U should check it out
4th April 2012, 06:01 AM   |  #12  
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Hi all,
I'm back and would like your input on good roms. I have been using Virtuous Quattro RC3 for sometime but I just don't like how the graphical glitches make me have to reboot my phone several times a day. I would like to use an ics rom.


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Unless youre sold on the UI of ICS id give one of the Sense 4 roms a spin (taz's for example) theyre actually stupidly stable and smooth!

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12th April 2012, 01:13 PM   |  #13  
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I had enough of HTC Sense. I will not go back to it. It slow and buggy. I tried sense 4. Still slow. Not as fast stock android.

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12th April 2012, 09:03 PM   |  #14  
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I am new to rooting to my phone and would like to know if any roms that supports traditional Chinese and Korean?

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I would definitely try the MIUI roms. They're great!
13th April 2012, 08:09 PM   |  #15  
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I think Sense 4.0 is a disappointment. Tried it on my Desire Z and it's not what I expected. The stock Android is much faster and better.

The MIUI ROM's absolutely don't work for me... Found them very laggy, but it does have some great functionalities.

I just use JIBwich, a stock Android ROM as it is on the Galaxy Nexus.
14th April 2012, 03:53 AM   |  #16  
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I had enough of HTC Sense. I will not go back to it. It slow and buggy. I tried sense 4. Still slow. Not as fast stock android.

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Really?? I've had sense 4 on my phone for a few weeks now and its the smoothest my phone has ever been. Including over stock gingerbread or stock ics!

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14th April 2012, 09:33 AM   |  #17  
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I had enough of HTC Sense. I will not go back to it. It slow and buggy. I tried sense 4. Still slow. Not as fast stock android.

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I would very strongly recomend the ILWT CM7 build (available under the development section). You will never want to move away. Atleast that has been the case with me, after trying sense and miui, I found home with this one.

Its fast, issue free, pretty optimized (although got further optimization you can use v6, akmo or rmp) and is pretty frequently updated (generally on every major CM build).

Been using it for almost a few months and can't even think of moving, not to any ICS either (personally, don't like the virtual keys always on screen on the ICS).

Hope it helps - cheers!

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You can try Andromadus Audacity! Very fast and stable for a beta! You can find this rom on android development thread of this section

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14th April 2012, 06:55 PM   |  #19  
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I would very strongly recomend the ILWT CM7 build (available under the development section). You will never want to move away. Atleast that has been the case with me, after trying sense and miui, I found home with this one.

Its fast, issue free, pretty optimized (although got further optimization you can use v6, akmo or rmp) and is pretty frequently updated (generally on every major CM build).

Been using it for almost a few months and can't even think of moving, not to any ICS either (personally, don't like the virtual keys always on screen on the ICS).

Hope it helps - cheers!

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I flashed to that rom. I really miss how the the suggestions for the keyboard in ics. Im glad to back on a fully functional on-screen keyboard that doesn't lag. I was using the unofficial cyanogen mod 9. It had issues here and there. I kind of miss ics for its looks.

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