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[Q] Which ROM is best for my need?

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By rockmanneo, Member on 6th May 2014, 02:51 AM
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10th May 2014, 12:06 AM |#11  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2739968


This is the one I run and I love it.

Forget 4.3. Why do you want to stay there? Tied to an app?

Thanks for the link. This looks clean and interesting.
Does this ROM have button remap (double press home or menu button press for app switch)?

Yes I am kind of tied to one app, but it's not really important. It's Puzzle and Dragons... with tweaked stats.
 
 
10th May 2014, 02:26 AM |#12  
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Thanks for the link. This looks clean and interesting.
Does this ROM have button remap (double press home or menu button press for app switch)?

Yes I am kind of tied to one app, but it's not really important. It's Puzzle and Dragons... with tweaked stats.


Yes! It has just about every mod your heart desires....
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Yes! It has just about every mod your heart desires....

LOL! Fresh and looks professional. Thanks for sharing
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Had slimkat for a while and it seemed stable enough. However I would get random reboots at times and some games freezing up on me. Also using s-pen features that are not the OEM ones would often times frustrate me (maybe a user error on my part, but the OEM TW one was easy).

Ended up going with Hyperdrive, I love it and TW isn't laggy at all. Will probably go back to slimkat as soon as they iron out a few more kinks.
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