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[Q] Android Revolution HD Question

23rd December 2013, 01:56 AM |#1  
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Hey XDA people,

I got a HTC One just a couple days ago and I wanted to root my phone because I feel that the battery is draining pretty quickly.

So, should I flash Android Revolution HD 31.6 or 40.3(/41.0)? Is one better than the other? I know that 40.3(/41.0) runs Android 4.4 KitKat, but is it stable enough to run daily? Or is 31.6 more stable than 40.3(/41.0)?

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23rd December 2013, 04:02 AM |#2  
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Hey XDA people,

I got a HTC One just a couple days ago and I wanted to root my phone because I feel that the battery is draining pretty quickly.

So, should I flash Android Revolution HD 31.6 or 40.3(/41.0)? Is one better than the other? I know that 40.3(/41.0) runs Android 4.4 KitKat, but is it stable enough to run daily? Or is 31.6 more stable than 40.3(/41.0)?

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Hey! It is always tough to say which rom is better than the other. I've tried numerous versions of Revolution HD. I would and will go for the latest, 41.0 since there were a few bugs in 40.3.

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23rd December 2013, 04:34 AM |#3  
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Hey! It is always tough to say which rom is better than the other. I've tried numerous versions of Revolution HD. I would and will go for the latest, 41.0 since there were a few bugs in 40.3.

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Thanks dude. However, I don't know if 41.0 is going to be as stable compared to 31.6, because of the fact that it just came out today. But I guess the dev wouldn't even release it if he knew it wasn't almost 100% stable, right?
23rd December 2013, 05:05 AM |#4  
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Mike is pretty sharp, it's probably fine.

VPN doesn't work on KitKat, if that's important for you.
23rd December 2013, 05:53 AM |#5  
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Well kitkat for HTC one now is the dev version. Generally 4.3 is more stable ( but i do not feel much difference between 4.4 and 4.3). So if you really want a stable version, i think 4.3 is better in theory
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Mike is pretty sharp, it's probably fine.

VPN doesn't work on KitKat, if that's important for you.

Any info on how to setup VPN on pre-kitkat? There is the KeyVPN app plus the integrated Android VPN client, none of which seem to support certificate-based authentication.
I would appreciate any help on this topic.
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