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[Q] Difference between cloud roms

20th May 2014, 10:26 AM |#1  
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Hi Guys

I have been trying to figure out what the differences are between cloudy roms, Cloudy Stock, Cloudy Flex and Cloudy Pro II. When i read the features they are about the same and not much difference between them. I am confused which one to flash for my G2 as i want a stable and fast experience with some added functionality such as split view and aut hide the soft keys. Which one should i flash and what are the main differences between them? Are they all based on the latest build of Kit Kat Android 4.4.2? And which one gives better battery performance?

Thanks in advance!
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20th May 2014, 08:41 PM |#2  
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I have no real idea about the differences, I'm trying to catchup after a few months.

I do have an idea regarding the names:
Flex - based on LG G Flex rom
Pro II - based on LG Pro II rom
Stock - based on LG G2 rom

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20th May 2014, 09:58 PM |#3  
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Go for cloudystock then if you want stable. Wont give you split view unless a mod it's released. But autohide softkeys is standard in 4.4.2. Battery wise they are all great.
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Do people using all the variants face the call screen delay.... I'm getting it on Pro 2...

Also what about HD Voice... Which version do people feel has the best call quality
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21st May 2014, 03:08 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by hrangwala95

Hi Guys

I have been trying to figure out what the differences are between cloudy roms, Cloudy Stock, Cloudy Flex and Cloudy Pro II. When i read the features they are about the same and not much difference between them. I am confused which one to flash for my G2 as i want a stable and fast experience with some added functionality such as split view and aut hide the soft keys. Which one should i flash and what are the main differences between them? Are they all based on the latest build of Kit Kat Android 4.4.2? And which one gives better battery performance?

Thanks in advance!

if u prefer dark menu and setting try the flex. while the other two provide light theme.
also the battery of pro and flex is awesome while the cloudy stock is far behind.

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21st May 2014, 03:10 AM |#6  
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So when i am in any app will the softkeys automatically hide after 3 seconds of not using them? That is not available in stock rom.

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21st May 2014, 03:13 AM |#7  
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And what are the advantages of cloudystock over the stock lg g2 rom?

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21st May 2014, 05:32 AM |#8  
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CloudyFlex is amazing...
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