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Almost stable roms?

18th April 2012, 01:21 AM   |  #11  
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eclipse 2.2
Eclipse 2.2 is also my "daily driver" and it is very stable, one of the most stable "custom" roms I have used on ANY android phone.........but your mileage may vary.
23rd April 2012, 01:49 PM   |  #12  
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and i like kinetx .902 compatible the best. had my bionic for about 2 months and i always go back to kinetx. the only catch is the dev doesnt work on it anymore. passed it on to someone else. good data/battery life/speed in general. i did come from a droid inc that had hardware issues, though, so maybe its not as great as i think. most of the ics roms (havent flashed one since the end of march) felt buggy and crappy. plus i hate cyan/turquoise. but heres some link love: droid hive http://rombot.droidhive.com/ROMs/targa/
the other 3: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1455888
in the second link, it tells you about safestrap which avoids bootstrap, but takes away rom manager functionality for flashing roms but gives you a good chance of never fully bricking. it makes a copy of your stock rom and partitions it away, then gives you a partition to play with. read all directions carefully. if ya have bootstrap,uninstall it before you safestrap. have fun.
24th April 2012, 11:16 PM   |  #13  
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Zero ICS ROMs for the bionic are fully functional. Eclipse and a few other GB ROMS are the only fully functional ROMS available.

Sent from my AKOP ICS Bionic
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