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I'm newbie for custom roms.Actually I have rooted my lg g2x and want to change my original rom with gingerbread 2.3.4 to any stable jelly bean rom .please suggest me which is the best stable rom with jelly bean and with improved performance.Also procedure to install that rom.
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There is no stable jelly bean for our device. Flash cm7 or any ics rom

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There is no stable jelly bean for our device. Flash cm7 or any ics rom

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Hello thanks for reply
Can you send me the link to well stable CM7 or ICS rom?also are they different(I'm really dumb in this)?And method to flash.
 
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I'm sorry man but your basically asking me to give you every piece of information necessary in order to flash a custom ROM. All of this information can be found in the stickies of the various G2X forums. It is apparent that you are not quite knowledgeable enough yet for me to suggest that you flash your phone. I suggest reading the stickies and learning everything there is to know about flashing this phone. All of the information is available to you here on this forum. I will however recommend CM7 as it is a stable and newb friendly ROM to start with. I would download the latest weekly at get.cm . As far as flashing methods are concerned you need to use Clockwork Mod Recovery. There are many threads about it and a bundle of information dedicated to CWM Recovery in the stickies of this forum. Please read them.
 
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I'm sorry man but your basically asking me to give you every piece of information necessary in order to flash a custom ROM. All of this information can be found in the stickies of the various G2X forums. It is apparent that you are not quite knowledgeable enough yet for me to suggest that you flash your phone. I suggest reading the stickies and learning everything there is to know about flashing this phone. All of the information is available to you here on this forum. I will however recommend CM7 as it is a stable and newb friendly ROM to start with. I would download the latest weekly at get.cm . As far as flashing methods are concerned you need to use Clockwork Mod Recovery. There are many threads about it and a bundle of information dedicated to CWM Recovery in the stickies of this forum. Please read them.
there's no such thing as stable. You want stable? Stick to 2.3.4.
 
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CM7 is 2.3.4 (or 2.3.3, depending) GB and is absolutely stable. No reason or advantage to staying stock with this device unless blue tooth phone audio is a necessity.
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Latest CM7 is 2.3.7... I'm using the March 2013 version.

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CM7 is 2.3.4 (or 2.3.3, depending) GB and is absolutely stable. No reason or advantage to staying stock with this device unless blue tooth phone audio is a necessity.
well gee. Why would i want bluetooth phone audio? Maybe so i can use my bluetooth headset for calls and not just music?

if it's missing something or something is broken.. IT IS NOT STABLE.
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well gee. Why would i want bluetooth phone audio? Maybe so i can use my bluetooth headset for calls and not just music?

if it's missing something or something is broken.. IT IS NOT STABLE.
CM7 is absolutely stable as Pain said, and he is right. If you think CM7 is not stable go look up stable in the dictionary. CM7 is not perfect, but very much stable. I also believe its only a baseband issue where CM7 has the Bluetooth issue (old baseband works fine, new one doesn't).

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Yeah, Idk why I said that lol, I was thinking about the baseband differences from 2.3.3 and 2.3.4, not the android versions =x

and Eve, it all depends on what you recognize as stable. I don't use nor do I wish to use blue tooth functions for calling purposes. So for me not having that option does not subtract from the "stability" of CM7. I am still able to use bluetooth for media purposes which I rarely do anyway. CM7 offers plenty of customization and options for your phone that you cannot possibly have if it is stock. For a first time user coming from stock software, CM7 will make you feel like you have a brand new device!

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