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Default Fastest ROM?

What ROM are you getting the fastest speeds with?

Faster data speeds with any? Smoothness?

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What ROM are you getting the fastest speeds with?

Faster data speeds with any? Smoothness?

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They are all fast and smooth at this point including the stock ROM really.

I am running beans ROM now because I get sick of debloating the stock ROM, but I can't honestly say it's any faster (I tried hyperdrive also)
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What ROM are you getting the fastest speeds with?

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All stock based and all will be the same. Only difference would be how many apps you have running in the background which would be on you. Any difference people claim is 50% placebo and 50% fan boy.
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Any difference people claim is 50% placebo and 50% fan boy.
LOL, couldn't have stated it any better myself.

That applies to the mythical claims of "my battery life doubled with this ROM also"
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All stock based and all will be the same. Only difference would be how many apps you have running in the background which would be on you. Any difference people claim is 50% placebo and 50% fan boy.
Lol

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Also what xposes modules are you guys using?

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Also what xposes modules are you guys using?

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I am using wanam it does pretty much everything

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Also what xposes modules are you guys using?

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wanam and notify clean
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What ROM are you getting the fastest speeds with?

Faster data speeds with any? Smoothness?

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All roms are quite similar. Although, some of the very debloated ones have some more speed.
 
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Best ROM thread in disguise...not allowed. Speed is relative to towers and network. Smoothness can depend on governor/Scheduler combos in kernels...too many variables affect these items and should not be considered ROM specific
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