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so is there a stable ICS rom for SGS?

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6th May 2012, 12:01 PM   |  #71  
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I suspect that that a lot of people simply post the rom they are currently running, or the only one they've tried.

In reality, roms that are either aosp or aokp aren't revolutionary different from each other, especially those based on aokp. They will usually have themes, scripts and removed apps, but not much more to separate themselves from official kang.

In my experience, the kernel + rom combination is more important, make sure you read the rom and kernel threads carefully. That is really the only way to end up with a rock solid stable ics rom on the i9000.

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6th May 2012, 12:17 PM   |  #72  
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I have a very positive experience with the Infinitum Rom - I've been using the 2.1 version for a couple of weeks and everything is working great so far.
The developer released a new version recently, so I'm definitely considering the upgrade.
7th May 2012, 06:08 AM   |  #73  
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guys I have not been following the mobile scene for nearly four months now. Just want to find out if there are stable releases of ICS for i9000? Not interested in Alpha, Beta builds.

Thanks.

Give TWICS a try.
10th May 2012, 10:35 AM   |  #74  
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Re: so is there a stable ICS rom for SGS?

With proper battery life? The answer is still no....
10th May 2012, 10:45 AM   |  #75  
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Re: so is there a stable ICS rom for SGS?

With proper battery life? The answer is still no....

I can't answer for anyone else, but I definitely have as good battery life on ics as on gb and froyo. I've seen people post stats with 3 days of moderate usage in ICS threads.

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10th May 2012, 10:52 AM   |  #76  
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Re: so is there a stable ICS rom for SGS?

With proper battery life? The answer is still no....

According to who? There's a massive community using ICS all day every day. In fact, here on XDA, I imagine the majority uses ICS over GB.

ICS ROMs have been stable for awhile now. The future comes fast. Don't fall behind.
10th May 2012, 01:25 PM   |  #77  
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The original release of Samsung Galaxy S [GT-I9000] has come a long way and still powerful enough to accommodate the latest Android release - Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.x. Read my article here:

https://www.fixmystuff.in/FMS_Forum/...s-gt-i9000.83/
11th May 2012, 02:43 AM   |  #78  
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So, which one has the best battery life, or is that a personal preference, lol?
11th May 2012, 09:48 AM   |  #79  
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Hey friend i m a noob. I m on f1 galaxy s2 rom v8 beta 2. i.e. On xxjvu with semaphore 2.5.0 now i m switching to another rom. For that i need to disable lagfix. How to do it? There is no such option in cwm. So plz tell another way. Please reply fast.

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Dark knight 5.5 slim ics 3.9 are good

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