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OP bariss0102

21st February 2014, 06:33 PM   |  #1  
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Hi. I decided to root/rom my galaxy s3 mini. I need advice(too many options )
1-I want nice performance. It is really important.
2-I want google play.
3-İf possible i want to use motion sensor options of stock rom
4- I possible i want it to look nice
5- I want to be able to move apps to sd card
I know I want too much but if you can help I would be glad.
21st February 2014, 06:56 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by bariss0102

Hi. I decided to root/rom my galaxy s3 mini. I need advice(too many options )
1-I want nice performance. It is really important.
2-I want google play.
3-İf possible i want to use motion sensor options of stock rom
4- I possible i want it to look nice
5- I want to be able to move apps to sd card
I know I want too much but if you can help I would be glad.



Try CM11 from Maclaw. For moving apps to sd I use this app. Hope you're not asking which is the best rom (not allowed on XDA). Have fun
P.S: Read my FAQ here.
21st February 2014, 07:02 PM   |  #3  
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"Best" or "Recommend" ROM/kernel threads are not allowed on XDA.
Please test these things for yourself.
This is the only way you will get an unbiased opinion,and then, you can decide for yourself if it meets YOUR needs.

Don't forget to make a nandroid before you start.

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