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Cloudy ROM series - Comparison

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Phone Cloudy ROM series - Comparison

Hello,

Can anyone tell us which cloudy rom is the best for daily use? As you may know, there are 3 different roms called cloudy.

I want to use one of them for my daily life but want to know which one is the best in terms of stability, features (4K recording and etc) battery life and etc..

Currently I use V20d Open UK.

Thanks a lot.
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2 of them are just ports, the other one is stock.
 
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Tried CloudyStock and CloudyFlex as daily drivers, both are very good on all aspects. Although Flex is a port, I haven't experienced any issue with it and it has my preference: All features from stock are available plus a few bells and whistles from Flex.

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I personally like cloudypro ll the best. I like the firmware better on the pro than stock of flex. Although aosp is better in my opinion

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wish someone test these 3 roms
 
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