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By fedecape, Senior Member on 29th June 2014, 07:45 AM
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Hello,

As many of you, I still have the 2012 N7 (wifi only, 16gb). It's a great tablet, but it's aging really fast.

So, can anyone recommend a good rom? I don't care about visual effects, launchers, themes, or any of that.. I just want performance.

I'm currently using the stock rom rooted, and with Seeder in aggressive mode (Is there anything better than this?)

If there isn't, should I update to 4.4.4? If so, how?

I updated via OTA to 4.4.3 last week and I lost my root, so I guess updating that way again will unroot my device.

Thank you!
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29th June 2014, 10:04 PM |#2  
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Up, anyone?
29th June 2014, 10:11 PM |#3  
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Try SlimKat with F2FS filesystem. (Backup your data, because it reformats the partitions)
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Try SlimKat with F2FS filesystem. (Backup your data, because it reformats the partitions)

Thanks. What's the best app to backup?
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Thanks. What's the best app to backup?

titanium backup
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Ok, I just installed it. I like the Google Now Launcher, pretty cool

Now, how do I root it?

thank you
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