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Looking for new stable rom

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24th March 2014, 02:31 PM   |  #1  
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I have been running V 10 for a while and it has now become leggy and I am in need of a new stable daily rom...Any suggestions would be appreciated...thank you
24th March 2014, 02:39 PM   |  #2  
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I have been running V 10 for a while and it has now become leggy and I am in need of a new stable daily rom...Any suggestions would be appreciated...thank you

The suggestion is to try other roms out and see which is the best one for you.

Only you can decide which is the best one for you based on how you use your device.

You need to read the ROM summaries yourself to narrow it down and then test them. Everyone else's opinions are just that...opinions. They mean nothing because the way you use your rom will be different from the way everyone else uses their rom.

As such, threads asking for ROM recomendations are not permitted on XDA.
24th March 2014, 05:43 PM   |  #3  
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how does a ROM become "leggy" (I assume you meant "laggy") overtime? Perhaps you have too many apps installed and/or an app is running in the background consuming too much system resources?
24th March 2014, 10:05 PM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by Skipjacks

The suggestion is to try other roms out and see which is the best one for you.

Only you can decide which is the best one for you based on how you use your device.

You need to read the ROM summaries yourself to narrow it down and then test them. Everyone else's opinions are just that...opinions. They mean nothing because the way you use your rom will be different from the way everyone else uses their rom.

As such, threads asking for ROM recomendations are not permitted on XDA.



^^^ This ^^^

As XDA is not a support site, members are expected to do their own research and make there own determinations about this as it is subjective in nature.

Please take the time to read and flash them to make the aforementioned judgments. Plenty out there to try!
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