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Best ROM survey for MMX A116

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By bollyfan2005, Member on 7th February 2014, 06:25 AM
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Is it possible to have Best ROM survey for MMX A116 started in this forum. There are 100s of them and not sure which one to use. I have been using SamFlare and found to be one of the best. But would like to get others feedback.
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7th February 2014, 07:37 AM |#2  
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NOTE 3 ui.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2530755

Sony XPERIA C with new latest firware.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2410616

ASOP based nexus ROM.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2403163


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Kitkat by cmahendra..........
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I have used almost every rom and the rom i like most is first of all SUPERLUMINADAD.

I like this ROM because its compact, no crappy apps installed and and takes very less space for installation and my favorite - no network messages, cause tatadocomo gives crappy register to yahoo popup messages all day when we move from non network to network areas.

Currently i am using kitkat rom which I already am enjoying much, good battery backup, good response time, good features, no crappy apps and takes very less space for installation.

I tried SAMFlare but I am not a big fan of samsung UI so gonna say I dont like it much cause there are several unwanted apps that you dont want to use.

Other roms I tried have bugs so I dont wanna talk about them so I am skipping them but if you really love customization then you should install and run these two roms. They are best roms till date.

I like less apps in my rom , tweaked and deoxed. I use xposed installer and use GRAVITYBOX plugin and xthemeengine to customize my phone. GravityBox gives you greatest features in rom rest you can use xthemeengine to change framework and I think thats all you expect from a rom. So thats my opinion. Peace .
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KitKat by cmahendra is very high level
7th February 2014, 11:59 AM |#6  
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Threads like best ROM should not be created as everyone has a perspective. Whatever ROM one likes might not be liked by you. So please don't create such threads. Thanks
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7th February 2014, 12:10 PM |#7  
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Threads like best ROM should not be created as everyone has a perspective. Whatever ROM one likes might not be liked by you. So please don't create such threads. Thanks

This about sums it up. Everyone is going to have a different opinion so there isn't ever going to be one "best ROM". There is a list of ROMs available here:

[INDEX] :: Micromax A116 Canvas HD :: {ROOT/RECOVERY/ROMS}

that you may check out, or also just browse the development section and try out a couple to see which one best fits your own needs.

Good Luck!
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