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Default [Q] is kitkat stable on s5830?

i saw this thread...
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2659269

i was wondering if it worth installing my girlfriend have s5830 but im looking for a stable and smooth rom... have you tried cm11 on this device and if is slow or laggy?
 
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IOP its not worth. Once you install it will be running good but once you install 5 or more apps it will become slow.

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Wrong section mate, please read rules before posting...

Use customstock roms or cm7, cm9 or cm10.x... cm11 is still under development
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i saw this thread...
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2659269

i was wondering if it worth installing my girlfriend have s5830 but im looking for a stable and smooth rom... have you tried cm11 on this device and if is slow or laggy?
I completely agree with @aurisltu and @Viper The Ripper. CM 11 KitKat is still under development so its not completely stable. Also installing few apps can make it slow and laggy. But developers are currently working on it to make it stable and smooth. So you can check back in few months. In the mean time, you can go with CM 7.2 roms as they are much more stable and smooth. My personal suggestion,

AOSP GINGERBREAD 2.3.7 for Samsung Galaxy Ace by spacecaker

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installed cm 11-20131225-experimental-cooper on s5830 using cwm 6
observations
1. camera not working (common problem)
2. cannot flash any file in recovery other thn cm11 or cwm6( working on solution)
3. laggy
4. UI impressive
 
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installed cm 11-20131225-experimental-cooper on s5830 using cwm 6
observations
1. camera not working (common problem)
2. cannot flash any file in recovery other thn cm11 or cwm6( working on solution)
3. laggy
4. UI impressive
There are also other versions of CM11 for Galaxy Ace that are flashable through CWM5. This way you can flash anything else you want with CWM5. Here is the link,

Kitkat For All

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Unhappy emergency

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s5830. cwm6. cynogenmod11
I was facing a problem using cwm6 to flash files into my phone so experimented and replaced the cwm6 recovery image with the cwn5 recovery image using terminal emulator but when I tried to test the the experiment out I found tht my phone will neither boot nor does it boot into recovery mode it just mockingly displays the samsung logo. please help me unbrick my phone solutions will be greatly appreciated
NB. please post working links for the required downloads for fixs
 
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s5830. cwm6. cynogenmod11
I was facing a problem using cwm6 to flash files into my phone so experimented and replaced the cwm6 recovery image with the cwn5 recovery image using terminal emulator but when I tried to test the the experiment out I found tht my phone will neither boot nor does it boot into recovery mode it just mockingly displays the samsung logo. please help me unbrick my phone solutions will be greatly appreciated
NB. please post working links for the required downloads for fixs
Can you boot into the Download Mode? To boot into the Download Mode, hold Vol Down+ Home+ Power button until you see the yellow "Downloading..." text on the screen. If you can go to Download Mode, then you can solve the problem by reinstalling the stock rom using odin. Here is the link on how to install stock rom using odin. Go to "Preparations" section to download all the necessary files including drivers.

Flash stock rom on Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 using odin

Once installed, go to recoverymod and do a wipe data/ factory reset & wipe cache (otherwise bootloop might occur). Then restart. Now you have successfully flashed the stock rom. Here is the link for rooting and installing CWM 5 on Samsung Galaxy Ace,

How To Root and Unroot Samsung Galaxy Ace?

CWM 5.0.2.6 fix for Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830

If you can't enter the Download Mode normally, @SuperMini has provided us with a rather simple guide on how to unbrick Samsung Galaxy Ace. Go through the entire thread and you will get to know all the possible solutions. Here is the link,

How to unbrick Samsung Galaxy Ace

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thnx guys will post results soon
 
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tried out the solution but i am stuck @ setup connection what should i do

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