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Best rom for G900i

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By Greg1955, Junior Member on 11th May 2014, 03:28 AM
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I have an Aussie G900i and have tried 6 roms so far and this is just my opinion of them.
I use my phone in the car a lot so GPS, Bluetooth and 4G Internet have to work
I use wifi instead of 4G at home and even though I don't use NFC at present, I plan to in future

No1 Omega 2.0 (The BEST one) - Everything worked flawlessly (installed G900i modded kernel from install)

NFC did NOT work in any of the other roms but if that doesn't concern you, here is a rundown.

No2 Shohat 5.0 - Everything worked except NFC
No3 Pheonix 1.2 - Everything except NFC and Navigon (Google maps worked but Navigon locked up the phone badly)
No4 Echoe 2.0 - Had troubles keeping the bluetooth connection (navigation kept dropping out all the time)
No5 XtreStoLite 1.0.2 - Most of my apps force closed and wifi connected but then turned off (Big Disappointment)

At No6 is Alliance 1.1 - I couldn't really test this one as the default colour scheme meant I couldn't set it up
The text and check box colours were the same as the background so it was just a blank.

This is just my opinion from tests I have done and others may have differing experiences but hope it helps people wanting to try out
some of the roms.
11th May 2014, 04:06 AM |#2  
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