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Default Best, most stable rom?

Hi im running cm11 at the moment, in the past ive tried viper, beanstalk amd a few others, used them all for long periods of time (months) and none are what i am wanting as they all have problems.... Now what im looking for does not have to be feature heavy or the most customisable or even the slimmest rom, i dont even care if its jb or kk. All i want is a rom i can use for the last few months of my phone contract were i get no bootloops, random reeboots or any niggling bugs, i just want something that works. I have not tried maximus hd yet but have been looking into it? thanks for any replys
 
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i think maximus hd
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Hi im running cm11 at the moment, in the past ive tried viper, beanstalk amd a few others, used them all for long periods of time (months) and none are what i am wanting as they all have problems.... Now what im looking for does not have to be feature heavy or the most customisable or even the slimmest rom, i dont even care if its jb or kk. All i want is a rom i can use for the last few months of my phone contract were i get no bootloops, random reeboots or any niggling bugs, i just want something that works. I have not tried maximus hd yet but have been looking into it? thanks for any replys
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Before I sold my One S and moved on, I used the most recent T-Mobile RUU (with it de-bloated with Rom Cleaner), and the stable version of CM 10 (not 10.1 or 10.2 or 10.3) for a non-sense break. Both were extremely stable, not a reboot ever. I always root and s-off my phones ... a little ocd I guess! Give it a try, even though they aren't the latest and greatest ... they work very well on the One S.
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I vote maximus hd. Baked blackbean was pretty stable as well, just camera and music quality were not good, probably same as any aosp Rom on this phone.

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We don't allow these kind of threads because it can be so easy for arguments to start due to people disagreeing. The best way to find out what the best stable ROM is is to test some out. It will obviously take a bit longer to find your answer but you may come across an ideal ROM which wasn't even suggested by any of the people posting their opinions

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