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By XenonPGH, Member on 23rd May 2014, 05:24 AM
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I have returned to stock rom(.58 enhanced v3)+debloat+root twice but after some use still can't resist myself from trying other convincing ICS roms. But now i wanted to return to stock rom again but i have hard time choosing which firmware is best. .79, or .62 or .58 enhanced v(1/2/3) or other firmwares ?? I think the firmwares have different performances and battery lifes. Also which kernel supports stock rom??
 
 
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BUMP again. Halp me please, any pro? I need to flash my phone asap
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BUMP again. Halp me please, any pro? I need to flash my phone asap

If you want to use kernel with 640MB data partition, you must first flash. 62 or. 79 firmware, flash lupus gb v12 kernel then flash stock-based rom from recovery.
If you are ok with 380MB data partition (stock) you can use doomlord gb kernel (flash ANY firmware, then flash kernel)

If you think that you will get better network coverage, you can flash any baseband (flash only baseband, untick all other checkboxes In flashtool)

It doesn't really matter which firmware you use, generally latest Is better.




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If you want to use kernel with 640MB data partition, you must first flash. 62 or. 79 firmware, flash lupus gb v12 kernel then flash stock-based rom from recovery.
If you are ok with 380MB data partition (stock) you can use doomlord gb kernel (flash ANY firmware, then flash kernel)

If you think that you will get better network coverage, you can flash any baseband (flash only baseband, untick all other checkboxes In flashtool)

It doesn't really matter which firmware you use, generally latest Is better.




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I mean i want to stay with stock rom, i don use other custom roms
24th May 2014, 09:27 AM |#6  
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I mean i want to stay with stock rom, i don use other custom roms

Then just flash .42 firmware and root it with zergrush method. There... pure stock.

If you need OC flash doomlord gb kernel with flashtool
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Then just flash .42 firmware and root it with zergrush method. There... pure stock.

If you need OC flash doomlord gb kernel with flashtool

But my question is which firmware is best? .42 or .58 enhanced v(1,2,3), or .62 or others....
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But my question is which firmware is best? .42 or .58 enhanced v(1,2,3), or .62 or others....

.79 is the best
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