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By anonymousss, Senior Member on 20th January 2014, 01:41 PM
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I am on stock rom rooted with dor. Kernel
I want to flash a rom lg based ofc but i want the same battery life and the most stable out there with no force closing and lagfree hopefully
I read that energy rom is so smooth but i want the most problem free rom too...
Answer based on your experiences please
I get from 5 to 6 hours screen on with some gaming like candy crush and browsing quite often
So if you know a rom that can provide same battery life with no lag or bugs or forceclosing pls advise
I dont want to mess up my new phone with flashing a lot of roms and trying this and trying that
So if anyone can help me, pls do.


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Hi, can't give you specific rom. Right now I am using the rom and kernel combo you said, so far so good with performance antutu 37900+.

What I can tell you is that, you can play around because you can always go back to stock unrooted. Just read properly and follow instructions.
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Hi, can't give you specific rom. Right now I am using the rom and kernel combo you said, so far so good with performance antutu 37900+.

What I can tell you is that, you can play around because you can always go back to stock unrooted. Just read properly and follow instructions.

What about force close all around and random reboots ?
are you facing any problems ?

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What about force close all around and random reboots ?
are you facing any problems ?

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No not really. It runs perfectly fine so far.
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24th January 2014, 02:35 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by anonymousss

I am on stock rom rooted with dor. Kernel
I want to flash a rom lg based ofc but i want the same battery life and the most stable out there with no force closing and lagfree hopefully

Answer based on your experiences please

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Can't remember on top of my head which ROM was but I got 15+ hrs screen time, no FC whatsoever even though I got it from Apple Appstore. Also I can run any Windows executable file on it. It's superior!
That's the most stable ROM I got.
Again, it is based on my experiences
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Can't remember on top of my head which ROM was but I got 15+ hrs screen time, no FC whatsoever even though I got it from Apple Appstore. Also I can run any Windows executable file on it. It's superior!
That's the most stable ROM I got.
Again, it is based on my experiences

OMG plzz rememberrrr

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