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[WIP] ROM List For All Devices/Firmwares

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30th April 2012, 08:49 PM   |  #1  
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PLEASE NOTE: I DO NOT KNOW THE .42's AND THESE .62's AND ALL THAT STUFF. I UNDERSTAND ANDROID VERSION NUMBERS AND THAT'S IT BECAUSE I HAVE A R800x!!!!

ALSO: I RECOMMEND YOU VIEW THROUGH A BROWSER FOR OPTIMAL EXPERIENCE!

I'm really getting sick of seeing all of these threads get created and no one updates them. People come and leave within a month or two. I have been checking this forum daily since June 2011.

So let's start.

Green = Active | Blue = Semi-Active | Red - Dead

[GB] Gingerbread (2.3.2 - 2.3.7)


[ICS] Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.0, 4.0.3 - 4.0.4)



This is a WIP!
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Which would be the best for R800i on Ginberbread?
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Which would be the best for R800i on Ginberbread?

What do you do most on your phone?
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If you wanna keep the Wiki updated, that'd be fantastic

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What do you do most on your phone?

What the phone is made to do. Play games and be a smart phone
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What the phone is made to do. Play games and be a smart phone

I'd recommend DarkForest, I've heard good things about it. I don't know much about R800i, I'm an R800x guy.
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If you wanna keep the Wiki updated, that'd be fantastic

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Only if you get xLoud working on CM9 R800x I want ICS, but I can't due to the external speakers not loud enough.
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I'd recommend DarkForest, I've heard good things about it. I don't know much about R800i, I'm an R800x guy.

I thought there weren't any updates for that one,it's on the 3rd page with no new posts
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I thought there weren't any updates for that one,it's on the 3rd page with no new posts

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1496076
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To change the colour of the links, put the colour code brackets around the name of the link.

When you put in the forum link, and it highlights the part where you type in the link name, not the URL itself, put the colour code directly in there around the name.

If that's too confusing/vague I'll take a screenshot and show you.

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