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Default Stay Stock? Or go with custom ROM?

Do you think it's better to stay on the stock ROM, but de-bloat it, or move to a custom ROM?

I'm a little stuck between the two choices.

I realize there are threads on this for other phones, but I am specifically referring to the G2.
 
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Originally Posted by mikenike500 View Post
Do you think it's better to stay on the stock ROM, but de-bloat it, or move to a custom ROM?

I'm a little stuck between the two choices.

I realize there are threads on this for other phones, but I am specifically referring to the G2.
Totally depends on your personal preference, i tend to like a clean functional ROM with minimal bloat. For myself the stock rom was far to messy and bloated and im not a fan of installing things like xposed, also after tasting kitkat i don't think i could ever go back to jellybean :P. Keep in mind however due to there not being an official lg kitkat firmware to build off there are still quite a few bugs mainly device specific to the G2 and some rom specific.

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Originally Posted by mikenike500 View Post
Do you think it's better to stay on the stock ROM, but de-bloat it, or move to a custom ROM?

I'm a little stuck between the two choices.

I realize there are threads on this for other phones, but I am specifically referring to the G2.
Totally depends on your personal preference, i tend to like a clean functional ROM with minimal bloat. For myself the stock rom was far to messy and bloated and im not a fan of installing things like xposed, also after tasting kitkat i don't think i could ever go back to jellybean :P. Keep in mind however due to there not being an official lg kitkat firmware to build off there are still quite a few bugs mainly device specific to the G2 and some rom specific.

Happy Flashing
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