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[Q] What is the best rom for games

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10th May 2014, 01:11 AM   |  #1  
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Hello everyone !
i'm a new user her & sorry for my bad english
can any one help to find a very smoother rom for games ?
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can any one help to find a very smoother rom for games ?
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Stock or custom stock roms
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Stock or custom stock roms

both please :/
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Stock roms are the most stable roms, plus they contain the original graphic libraries, designed for the Galaxy Ace making you have the best performance and stability playing games. So here using them and adding some improvements such as custom kernel and some script, you'll have the best possible experience playing games

Go to the Galaxy Ace Android development and choose your rom (Spacecaker's roms are great and fully customizable too e.g.)
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Stock roms are the most stable roms, plus they contain the original graphic libraries, designed for the Galaxy Ace making you have the best performance and stability playing games. So here using them and adding some improvements such as custom kernel and some script, you'll have the best possible experience playing games

Go to the Galaxy Ace Android development and choose your rom (Spacecaker's roms are great and fully customizable too e.g.)

I have Ace II
how i can get a custom kernel ! and a good script for my phone
13th May 2014, 09:50 AM   |  #6  
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I have Ace II
how i can get a custom kernel ! and a good script for my phone

If you have Ace II, then wrong section mate. This is Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Q/A section. You can check for custom kernel and scripts in your device's Development section. Here is the link,

Samsung Galaxy Ace II Development Section

Also don't install anything from here or from any thread that is not intended for your device as it could hard-brick your phone. Hope I Helped
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If you have Ace II, then wrong section mate. This is Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Q/A section. You can check for custom kernel and scripts in your device's Development section. Here is the link,

Samsung Galaxy Ace II Development Section

Also don't install anything from here or from any thread that is not intended for your device as it could hard-brick your phone. Hope I Helped

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