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is this build stable ? how about battery ? and bugs ?
am compete noob ,,,
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Slim-galaxysmtd-4.3.build.2.2-OFFICIAL-1768
is this build stable ? how about battery ? and bugs ?
am compete noob ,,,
thanks in advance ,,
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of course it's stable, but there are some bad parts about jellybean. first, the battery life isn't that great, and secondly, the ram management is awful (after installing facebook and whatsapp, as an example, you will only have about 40-50 mb free ram). i would recommend you to flash CyanAOSP v2.9.0 4.4.2 kitkat + semaphore kernel. it has great battery life, it's blazing fast, and the ram management is perfect (about 160mb free ram with facebook and whatsapp installed).
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OK now since you talking about stability. SlimROMS are quite stable but there are better ROMs than slim ROMs such as Supernexus which I am currently using and seriously I haven't received a single bug. I am on KitKat version. Others are Mackay ROM, cyanogen mod latest nightly build, or cyanaosp which is good too. Even 4.3 was quite buggy.

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OK now since you talking about stability. SlimROMS are quite stable but there are better ROMs than slim ROMs such as Supernexus which I am currently using and seriously I haven't received a single bug. I am on KitKat version. Others are Mackay ROM, cyanogen mod latest nightly build, or cyanaosp which is good too. Even 4.3 was quite buggy.

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thanks for the responses..
i installed official cm 10.2.1.. and its working fine..
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thanks for the responses..
i installed official cm 10.2.1.. and its working fine..
I have used CM 10.2 and now using CM 11 and they both work fine , though I only use it on WiFi not cell service so can't comment on that. The CM 11 is still being developed so might be a few bugs here and there.
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I have used CM 10.2 and now using CM 11 and they both work fine , though I only use it on WiFi not cell service so can't comment on that. The CM 11 is still being developed so might be a few bugs here and there.
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