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[Q] Cleanest Moto G AOSP ROM?

26th May 2014, 10:20 PM |#1  
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Hello, everyone!

Right now I'm running Tweaky One ROM without practically any mods, because I prefer to use the Xposed Framework to personalize my Android.

Now, I would really, really like to try the kernels available. But most of them are made only for AOSP ROMs. But I don't want to run CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android or any other modified AOSP ROM. I like Tweaky One ROM because how clean it is, but it based on stock ROM.

So, is there are a "clean" AOSP ROM for our Moto G?

Thanks for your help!
 
 
27th May 2014, 04:02 AM |#2  
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Honestly, CyanogenMod is cleaner than the stock ROM. Also, CM+ART runtime= Win. (Art breaks xposed though)
27th May 2014, 08:50 AM |#3  
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Obviously the Google Play Edition variant of stock firmware IS and always will be the cleanest
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Thanks for the answers!

I like CM, but I really want to use some of the features on Gravity Box. And because both it and CM have features that overlap, I think it will be having more than I want on my cellphone.

And the strange thing with GPE is that the custom kernels won't work with it, as it seems to count as a "stock" ROM rather than a "AOSP" ROM.

Any other suggestions?
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You could use Faux123 kernel on stock
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Originally Posted by PanchoPonceN

Hello, everyone!

Right now I'm running Tweaky One ROM without practically any mods, because I prefer to use the Xposed Framework to personalize my Android.

Now, I would really, really like to try the kernels available. But most of them are made only for AOSP ROMs. But I don't want to run CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android or any other modified AOSP ROM. I like Tweaky One ROM because how clean it is, but it based on stock ROM.

So, is there are a "clean" AOSP ROM for our Moto G?

Thanks for your help!

I've tried a lot of different custom roms and always come back to the stock with a custom kernel, it is the best imo
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