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Hi all!

I'm currently using the CyanogenMod 11.0 on my Samsung S3 mini and I'm happy about it
But, I'm also curious about the other MODs and I'm trying to find out what the differences are between the most popular ones.
And because I don't want to flash my phone a zillion times, it would be nice to compare the features of the MODs before installing one of them.

Would someone be so kind to make an overview of differences between these MODs:
  • CyanogenMod
  • Android Open Kang Project
  • PAC Android
  • Chameleon OS
  • SlimROM
  • Carbon

Thank you in advance !!

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Hi all!

I'm currently using the CyanogenMod 11.0 on my Samsung S3 mini and I'm happy about it
But, I'm also curious about the other MODs and I'm trying to find out what the differences are between the most popular ones.
And because I don't want to flash my phone a zillion times, it would be nice to compare the features of the MODs before installing one of them.

Would someone be so kind to make an overview of differences between these MODs:
  • CyanogenMod
  • Android Open Kang Project
  • PAC Android
  • Chameleon OS
  • SlimROM
  • Carbon

Thank you in advance !!

Greetings
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Cyanogenmod = daily usable for everyone, only few settings for customizing
AOKP = highly customizable, you can change almost everything (in my opinion just for proīs)
PAC = also very customizable but more userfriendly with some cool features, i realy like it. Latest release is having trouble with heavy flickering, so donīt use until itīs solved.
ChamOS = Tested it, too much bugs. I guess itīs abadoned.
SlimRom = CM in black
Carbon = daily usable, stable, with more customization setting like CM. Iīm fan off it.

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I have found already some links. Look here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2605163
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Just like you, i use CM11. I've always been wondering about Carbon though. People keep talking about it all the time. I'm thinking of trying it.
 
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Just like you, i use CM11. I've always been wondering about Carbon though. People keep talking about it all the time. I'm thinking of trying it.
As we all know, Postīs about "which Rom is best" and that are forbidden. But I tried all of them, comming from CM to another Rom Carbon is definetly a good choice Have fun!
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As we all know, Postīs about "which Rom is best" and that are forbidden. But I tried all of them, comming from CM to another Rom Carbon is definetly a good choice Have fun!
I'm waiting for the next CM11 release to see if ART is fixed. If not, i'll switch to Carbon and give it a try. Thanks for the advice though :]
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