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Default most stable aosp 4.4.2 rom?

hey guys, running the 802 but installed an rom cant remember the name it ssays kitkat unooficial, whats the most stable rom, thanks
 
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I'm just using nightlys from official cm running great so far.

Actually getting better battery than I was on stock which is a nice change.

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Yeah, Mahdi rom is what you need

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Please - do not compare ROMS on here. I know that you have good intentions but it's against the spirit of XDA. Every dev here is doing their best for free and for learning.

The thing is, that how good ROMS are is a subjective matter. I think you should open the original Android subforum and check the various ROMS. There you can also see if a ROM has bugs or if it's stable and draw your very own conclusion!

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Please - do not compare ROMS on here. I know that you have good intentions but it's against the spirit of XDA. Every dev here is doing their best for free and for learning.

The thing is, that how good ROMS are is a subjective matter. I think you should open the original Android subforum and check the various ROMS. There you can also see if a ROM has bugs or if it's stable and draw your very own conclusion!

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I know "stable" and "best" when it comes to ROM's are always subjective, but I think it's still fair to ask to get a quick general consensus.

To the OP, I'd go with Madhi or SlimKat personally.

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I need suggestion regarding Rom i want stable Rom with not many apps simple not like stock extra appliation
so will you people suggest me to install which confused too may Roms...
 
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There is no such thing as a "best/most stable/... ROM". Just head over to the dev sections, test a few and then decide for yourself

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