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Default I9500... Good ROM!

Hello All,

Its been a while since I have had some fun with my phone. Finally decided to get a custom ROM. But since I have been out of touch, so to speak, needed to know any good custom ROM that are available now.
 
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Don't think you're allowed to ask questions like that.

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Hello All,

Its been a while since I have had some fun with my phone. Finally decided to get a custom ROM. But since I have been out of touch, so to speak, needed to know any good custom ROM that are available now.
Well, you are advised to pick up any ROM that will suit your needs. stock, CM, MIUI, aroma - feel free to choose from.

If still in doubts, ask your nanny. She definitely will change your ROM (after changing your milk bottle)
 
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Well, you are advised to pick up any ROM that will suit your needs. stock, CM, MIUI, aroma - feel free to choose from.

If still in doubts, ask your nanny. She definitely will change your ROM (after changing your milk bottle)
Your post matches your user name. Trash!
 
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It seems that you want more serious answer. OK then.

As someone mentioned before, you, while entering the XDA, should be able to:
1. download several ROMs;
2. be able to read the feedback provided by the ROM's users;
3. On the above base, choose the ROM which suits you.

I honestly, deeply regret that you are unable to do the above steps by yourself?

What advice you can obtain at XDA forum? Maybe.. hmm.. ask your nanny? (as I stated before. If you do not have an a nanny, ask someone above 11y.o or IQ above 30).
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