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5th April 2012, 10:15 AM   |  #1  
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Whats the newest, most bug free ROM out there for Bionic, thats still getting updates?

I've had the Bionic for a couple of weeks and already got disapointed.

back when i rocked the DX2 i was die-hard Eclipse.

well on bionic i notaced many bugs, and i re-flashed, redownloaded, the works. had the same issues.

anyway. nitro sold his bionic, so no more Eclipse. so i swung to the other side to try Liberty. its cool. no where neer as boss as Eclipse. but they both have pros and cons. anyway.

come to find out Liberty devs stopped for the bionic too. so, my question is, what is the newest, bestest rom, thats still getting updates, and lots of themes? preferably a boss ICS theme D
6th April 2012, 03:32 AM   |  #2  
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Active Bionic Roms
There are several alpha and beta Roms out for the Bionic however most of them still have bugs ranging from no 3G/4G to the front facing camera not working. From what I can tell the only stable Rom for the Bionic is gummy. This may be due to the Bionic having a locked boot loader. Hopefully either Nitro will get a used Bionic and continue development or development will increase when or if ICS is officially released on the Bionic.
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i hope he does too. i really enjoyed Eclipse. besides the fact thant when i held down the power button to get the reboot options it would just straight up reboot. (very annowing when wanting recovery)

i think the AOKP ICS rom thats out looks mighty spiffy, but i dont know what all doesnt work, and i dont want to risk having to go back to my old old devour. (sold the DX2)

anyway. thanks for your input!
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here is me and @insanemods rom mainly his but working on fixing all the bugs stuck at f.c.'s at the moment but mostly works themes galore lockscreen changes and such... here is the link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1535293
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I'm in the same boat as you, trying to find a stable ROM rather than go back to de-bloated Blur. The only other recommendation I can give besides those already mentioned is dhacker's April 5th nightly of CM9.

I obviously haven't been using it for long, but it has so far has a pretty consistent data connection.

DroidHive -> Downloads -> Bionic -> CM9 SELFKANG BIONIC ICS
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I've been running CM9 Unofficial since it dropped. Currently I am on 04-04 and have had stable data and WiFi since I flashed it. HW accel and video are the only things really missing for me. Give it a shot.

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Originally Posted by flascrnwrtr

I've been running CM9 Unofficial since it dropped. Currently I am on 04-04 and have had stable data and WiFi since I flashed it. HW accel and video are the only things really missing for me. Give it a shot.

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can you post a link to the rom

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thats sounds really nice. so theres CM9, and CM7.....wheres 8??

but a link would be helpful.
i just want something super stable, that will work with safestrap, and will be getting updated frequently, i like having all the bugs worked out, and having cool new additions
because i liked the option of going into recovery upon each boot.

and is anyone using http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1527544 ?

i want a straightforward review of it. dont sugar coat it xD
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here is me and @insanemods rom mainly his but working on fixing all the bugs stuck at f.c.'s at the moment but mostly works themes galore lockscreen changes and such... here is the link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1535293

ive never found MIUI appealing, its not really my cup of tea. it reminds me too much of apple. i really dislike apple stuff
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I'm in the same boat as you, trying to find a stable ROM rather than go back to de-bloated Blur. The only other recommendation I can give besides those already mentioned is dhacker's April 5th nightly of CM9.

I obviously haven't been using it for long, but it has so far has a pretty consistent data connection.

DroidHive -> Downloads -> Bionic -> CM9 SELFKANG BIONIC ICS

it'd be pretty cool if they had a bug list, and screenshots...

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