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have a xt1033 dual and want to flash something on it but i dont know what rom works fine with dual sim,cm11 is not fully compatible yet this i know ,all rom i see don't make a explanation about iti dont want to know the best or the most bam bam bam rom ever,i only want to know compatible roms for the dual sim variant
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have a xt1033 dual and want to flash something on it but i dont know what rom works fine with dual sim,cm11 is not fully compatible yet this i know ,all rom i see don't make a explanation about iti dont want to know the best or the most bam bam bam rom ever,i only want to know compatible roms for the dual sim variant
If you don't absolutely have to install a custom ROM, you may want to keep the stock ROM and just install Xposed + modules like Gravity Box. This will get you most of the customizations/features custom ROMs have and still give you the stability of a stock ROM. That's what I did for mine moto g.
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If you don't absolutely have to install a custom ROM, you may want to keep the stock ROM and just install Xposed + modules like Gravity Box. This will get you most of the customizations/features custom ROMs have and still give you the stability of a stock ROM. That's what I did for mine moto g.
please point where i found xposed compatible with moto g,i have searched but was in vain
 
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please point where i found xposed compatible with moto g,i have searched but was in vain
This thread has the Gravity Box module I installed: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554049

If you scroll down to the Installation section, 2nd paragraph:

2) Get the Xposed installer from Download section from Xposed official thread (the latest version is typically available at this link: http://dl.xposed.info/latest.apk)

I got my Xposed from the official thread link in this line.
 
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This thread has the Gravity Box module I installed: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554049

If you scroll down to the Installation section, 2nd paragraph:

2) Get the Xposed installer from Download section from Xposed official thread (the latest version is typically available at this link: http://dl.xposed.info/latest.apk)

I got my Xposed from the official thread link in this line.
thanks man,i have googled about gravity box and its far good than flash a custom rom

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