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Default [Q] CROMI-X vs. CM11 vs. Omni Rom vs CMB vs PA vs PAC

CROMI-X 5.2.4 vs Cyanogen Mod 11 nightlies vs Omni Rom 4.4.2 vs CMB beta vs Paranoid Android 3.6 vs PAC- Man 3.99

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CM10.2 has been the best for me. But I would like something with more customisations. I'm recently trying PA multi window. Seems OK so far but I'm thinking of going back to CM 10.2.
As for the other ROMs: cromi is good at first but since it is based on stock it starts to develop lag issues, CM11 is kinda buggy as of now, Omni is plain and simple so it doesn't have any customizations other that the multiwindow stuff which is kinda buggy as well with some force closes, CMB is a good ROM if you like the "dark side" lol but it has the same issues as CM11, and PAC is a great ROM unfortunately the AOKP side of the ROM is what causes issues so it ends up having force closes.
I assume you are new to this tablet, so I hope this helps.

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CM10.2 has been the best for me. But I would like something with more customisations. I'm recently trying PA multi window. Seems OK so far but I'm thinking of going back to CM 10.2.
As for the other ROMs: cromi is good at first but since it is based on stock it starts to develop lag issues
Will lagfix and cleanmaster from the Play store help with the lag?
 
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Will lagfix and cleanmaster from the Play store help with the lag?
I don't suggest using any task managers. First of all, task managers kill processes (apps), they do not close the application correctly. This can cause further system issues. I've had experience with them with my previous devices. Yes, they improve performance, but after several uses (weeks/months) the system might have force closes and/or boot loops. Hope this helps

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I don't suggest using any task managers. First of all, task managers kill processes (apps), they do not close the application correctly. This can cause further system issues.
Does the Android low memory killer do anything special before killing processes?
 
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If you mean the background process limiter in developer options then that's OK.

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If you mean the background process limiter in developer options then that's OK.
I was talking specifically about Android's low memory killer (in the kernel), because I don't see it doing anything else than killing processes without notification, just as the task managers you are warning about.
 
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clean master is not a task manager, it does the same thing as android's running tab in settings. Just in a more user friendly interface, and with one click.

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