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13th March 2009, 07:42 PM   |  #1  
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Hiya ppl

I would like to be recommened a ROM that fit my few, but yet important "demands"

Fast response, by fast i mean near-to-instant screen flip when keyboard is slided out, and near-to-instant program launch (You get the drift)
Finger friendly for every day use, standart UI is more stylus friendly than finger friendly.

Im sorry if this is "yet another one of those threads" but the forums is kinda "old" so theres soo many nice roms to choose from

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13th March 2009, 07:47 PM   |  #2  
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Flash flash flash till you find the ROM you want as it's personal preference on what ROM you will like.
13th March 2009, 07:58 PM   |  #3  
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Flash flash flash till you find the ROM you want as it's personal preference on what ROM you will like.

Yea however i would assume that one could narrow it abit down so that i dont have to try out like 30 different roms ^^

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13th March 2009, 08:02 PM   |  #4  
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Look at the post counts and you'll get a pretty good idea of which ROMs are most highly thought of. The "recommend me a ROM" question is tough because it's like asking which is "the best" flavor of ice cream or which hair color is best for a girl. Everyone has their own preferences.

I've tried many. I currently am using HyperDragon (2/4 edition) and it's working well for me. I've used about six versions of HyperDragon and liked them all. Have also liked a number of others that are currently in vogue. FWIW.
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Look at the post counts and you'll get a pretty good idea of which ROMs are most highly thought of. The "recommend me a ROM" question is tough because it's like asking which is "the best" flavor of ice cream or which hair color is best for a girl. Everyone has their own preferences.

I've tried many. I currently am using HyperDragon (2/4 edition) and it's working well for me. I've used about six versions of HyperDragon and liked them all. Have also liked a number of others that are currently in vogue. FWIW.

Hmm ok - i guess ill just try from the top and work my way down ^^

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13th March 2009, 08:40 PM   |  #6  
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Before anyone starts to flame you, yah, you're going to have to try your own.

I've been running Phoenix 2.3 since it's been out (not very long), and to me, it's one of the best ROMs I've ever tried. Plus, the chefs are very active.

Best of luck.
13th March 2009, 08:45 PM   |  #7  
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I am a new kaiser user and tried around 15 ROMs and finally decided to go on with eOS from -888-. It is light and very stable stable. I also liked the fact that -888- is still supporting the ROM.

Another ROM, I liked, is naked edition of AthineOS v.3.2 BlackStone:20757 from b16b. It is also a light ROM with lots of memory available. I wish the cook continued supporting the ROM.

I must say that I appreciate the efforts from all our genius cooks. However, as said before, you need to find the one that suites your taste.
13th March 2009, 08:47 PM   |  #8  
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The only other thing I will suggest - if you're going to try out a bunch of ROMs, familiarize yourself with Sashimi. Makes the customization job a ton easier.
13th March 2009, 08:53 PM   |  #9  
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The only thing you can do is to look at each ROM, look at its reviews, and try it yourself. The mods HATE this kind of thread and will come down on you with an iron fist.

Read Jimmy's announcement at the top, sir.
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i wish i were a mod so my cat would actually work.
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