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Help with my Galaxy Grand i9080L Rom

OP Javierreyes22

17th April 2014, 08:39 PM   |  #1  
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first of all I apologize if I posted this on a wrong sleection or whatever...
I have a Samsung Galaxy Grand i9080L and i resently found that my phone had an update but when i connected to kies it appeared to be none, nor via OTA. so i Downloaded it from Sammobile and flashed the rom using ODIN.
Now the problem is that when i updated to 4.2 my phone started to run really slow and i did a hard reset and deactivated some applications that didnt work properly but the phone still lags, less but does compared to when i had 4.1.
I dont want to go back to 4.1 because when i do i cant use any game because of a graphic problem that its now solved with 4.2 and some other bugs.
I've been trying to find a custom rom for my GT i9080L but i cannot find any.
Do you guys think i can use a Rom for the DUOS version (i9082) and install it with odin?
Any idea?
please help im kinda desperate because of the lack of suppor for this phone.
17th April 2014, 10:19 PM   |  #2  
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I realize that these are for the i9082L dual sim model : http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...os/development

But there have been people in various forums reporting the CM or AOSP type roms run on their i9080l fine since the dual sim support for non Samsung roms are tricky to get working right anyway (example: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1123 , http://www.madboxpc.com/foro/topic/1...tom-a-442-mod/ ). I'd be wary of trying any Samsung based 9082 roms because I have seen people saying that'll brick it (though probably just fixable via Odin).
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