Originally Posted by staticx57
Why not install an AOSP ROM and pretend the customizations aren't there? Most of the AOSP ROMs are pretty close to "stock" out of the box.
When I had my nexus it had a custom ROM on it within an hour.
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Most of the custom ROMs, when in their early days, have stock Android, are pretty stable, but as the features are added, they start misbehaving.
Not talking about SODs or Random reboots in G2 in the early days.
Issues with the framework, etc.
LG G2 running PA Alpha KitKat
HTC One (Black - 32GB) - Converted to Google Play Edition
HTC One X (Black - 32GB) + Nexus 4
Samsung Galaxy Note 2
HTC One X (White - 32GB)
Samsung Galaxy S2 + Nexus S + HTC Incredible S + iPhone 4 + Blackberry Bold 9900 + HTC Desire + Nokia Lumia 700(All at the same time)
Samsung Galaxy S
Sony Ericsson Xperia X1