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[Q] which ROM are you using

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18th April 2012, 05:33 AM |#21  
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If you don't mind some minor bugs, Sandvold's ICS beta 0.6.0 will be a cool choice.

Oxygen is the lightest ROM in GB, very fast and smooth.
 
 
18th April 2012, 05:42 AM |#22  
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Oxygen is the lightest ROM in GB, very fast and smooth.

Lightest you say? No not really. Ever tried dGB rom? 65MB System space.


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18th April 2012, 10:06 AM |#23  
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If you don't mind some minor bugs, Sandvold's ICS beta 0.6.0 will be a cool choice.

Oxygen is the lightest ROM in GB, very fast and smooth.

I, instead my friend, can't use buggy ROMs due to professional/at work use. Stability first of all !!!
This is one reason that i exclude every ICS ROMs. For the moment .....

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18th April 2012, 06:16 PM |#24  
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A good place to start for trying out ROMs is here It helped me out

I am new to posting on XDA so at risk of being shot down in flames but I will tentatively put it out there that I used Oxygen for quite a while and am now on Cyanogenmod – just thought I’d mention these because stability is important to me and although I may not be living on the edge with the most exciting new nightly builds of ICS ROMS (probably because I have my ICS fix with my tablet) my phone is stable and speedy.

I don’t expect many people to take any notice of a "newbie" but for what it’s worth my experience has been good with both those I mentioned – then again, as eddiehk6 said, they may be disastrous for you – you just need to try some out, but perhaps these will be a good starting point?

Edit: NB there aren't Sense based but you only said "possibly" with Sense
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Right now: http://forum.oxygen.im/viewtopic.php?id=2365
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thanks again for the replies

desire index link is already in my bookmark, for future use.... before i want to make clear ideas on ROMs available
19th April 2012, 07:36 PM |#27  
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atm http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1403113 runs like a charm, though after adding a class 10 sd it runs even better
19th April 2012, 09:11 PM |#28  
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I'm with AdamG since the OpenDesire dates, and those were already rock solid. Nothing beats the newest Oxygen for me - never had -any- problem with it.

for everyday use i would stay away from ICS roms - its pretty cool, nice design and is simply awesome, and i LOVE sandvold for doing what he can to get it running - but i cant think of one reason i would really need ICS on my desire, and as of today its simply not nearly as smooth and stable as oxygen (or any other GB rom, i guess).
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@ igzorn: thanks but every ICS ROMs aren't enough stable or missing feature

@ Mjoed: thanks, i add oxygen to the test list
23rd April 2012, 07:13 PM |#30  
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You really should try miui xj. I am still surprised how good it is.
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AceSMOD007 has been very stable for me. A bit dated for me now though, so going to try some new ones.

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