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Default I need stability..

So I know we are not to say " this is the best rom.." and things like that.. So I hope this question is acceptable..

I came from the galaxy s4.. But did not look into roms before the switch. I was quite disappointed to discover the issues that cause so few roms to be developed currently.

The thing is, I use my phone at my work phone.. So I need a ROM stable enough to do so. I have been on Knoxraid for about 2 months.. With no major problems... But there are a few issues, and since it is no longer being developed I really want to move to a different ROM.

If I may ask, what are you guys using as a daily driver, and what are you finding extremely stable?


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So I know we are not to say " this is the best rom.." and things like that.. So I hope this question is acceptable..

I came from the galaxy s4.. But did not look into roms before the switch. I was quite disappointed to discover the issues that cause so few roms to be developed currently.

The thing is, I use my phone at my work phone.. So I need a ROM stable enough to do so. I have been on Knoxraid for about 2 months.. With no major problems... But there are a few issues, and since it is no longer being developed I really want to move to a different ROM.

If I may ask, what are you guys using as a daily driver, and what are you finding extremely stable?


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IMO, If you're needing your device for work? Stock; ESPECIALLY if you are using your device for work in a "mission critical" environment (No disrespect meant to the developers of custom Rom's at all).
For me what it's come down to now is being able to have root, and being able to do basic customization (Which is all supported by Wanam module for Xposed). I'm not a developer myself, so I can't even speculate what needs to be done to create a custom Rom, but this has been my experience
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Depends on where you work. Where I work, I'm restricted from even connecting to their network since my device is rooted. Therefor I use Cisco IP 7945 XP
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Moderator Comment: Rom that may have the features you seek is the one you've assayed against your own needs and chosen accordingly; thread closed.

And best advice has already been given...best stability is ALWAYS stock or stock based
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