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[Q] how stable are the kitkat roms for the galaxy note N7000?

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Default [Q] how stable are the kitkat roms for the galaxy note N7000?

Hi xda people,

Just wanted to know whether any of the masses of different kitkat builds currently being produced by any developers are stable enough to use as a daily driver. I also wanted to know if kitkat roms have fixed the youtube stuttering/lag/freezing that I always found on the AOSP 4.4/4.3 roms. I'd try out the kitkat roms myself, but I for some reason I can never get any 4.4 rom past the boot screen. I just want to know if kitkat is worth the time I'll have to put in to get it to work.
 
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Then amount of time you have to invest in trying out a new rom is not even close to what the devs have to put.. So respect, stop asking such questions and try out a rom, decide for yourself.
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All KitKat roms as of now are facing sdcard FUSE deadlock bug forcing media server to go on forever with temporary treatment fix which you can find in the forum.

We are sharing the same fate with i9100, therefore progress on the bug report can be seen from here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2612329
 
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Please test these things for yourself.
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