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Infinity Revisited - Need Some Advice

9th February 2014, 06:26 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by llcooljayce

Hey guys,

I am back to using the TF700T after about a year's absence from it. I've done a bunch of tweaks on it some time ago and can't really remember all the things that have been done. I know that the device is rooted and unlocked but couldn't tell you the ROM or anything else ... not that it matters.

I want to get this thing back up and running as fast as possible so I am looking for some suggestions on a lightweight ROM that has speed as its focus. I don't care if I lose everything on it and would like to go back to as factory of a feel as possible ... I'm even open to the OTA ROM if people believe it's the best.

Can someone provide some suggestions on where to start?

First post ever here at xda. My suggestion would be to start with flatline, to bricksafe your device. Then it is all about taste. Personally I prefer Cromi-X by sbdags.
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