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[Q] Best HD2 Android Gingerbread Nand Rom at date

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19th March 2011, 04:26 AM |#11  
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Or like hyperdroid gbx v9, gingerbread's ROM, I have been eliminated.
 
 
21st March 2011, 07:20 AM |#12  
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I LOVE MDJ CM7!!! (With My Custom TouchWiz UI)
21st March 2011, 11:18 AM |#13  
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For me it is TyphooN CyanogenMod 7 - very frequently updated.
21st March 2011, 01:25 PM |#14  
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Hyperdroid cm7 1.02 is actually the fastest for me
21st March 2011, 08:32 PM |#15  
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I like CoreDroid v1.5.
Pretty fast and stable. I use it Daily.
22nd March 2011, 02:20 AM |#16  
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Most people like minimalistic, crazy, honestly pointlessly fast ROMs.

To be truthful, these phones can do so much, use them to their capability.

I really like http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=995272
29th March 2011, 12:50 AM |#17  
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Best Gigerbread rom
MDJ 2.6 no more updates but everything works so no need. Pongster benchmarks faster but forums are full of issues daily AND after installing you have to edit the lcd density cuz icons are too small.
29th March 2011, 04:45 PM |#18  
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Hello! Will someone be so kind and explain me what the difference between
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=769026
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=918899
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And which one will be closer to (or better) than MDJs_CyanogenMod7_v.2.6_NAND_A2SD+CWM?

Having only recently switched from MDJs CyanogenMod7 v.2.6 NAND A2SD+CWM to Pongsters ROMs, my experiences may help.

I have tried / re-tried both of Pongsters ROMs that you quote above, and without doubt - BOTH are far better, faster & much more reliable than the old MDJ CyanogenMod7_v.2.6 ROM. This is no way a slant on MDJ - I loved his ROM's, but was fed up with the lack of support etc.

Pongster on the other hand is active, and the support here @ XDA is incredible for both of his ROM's. I guess HyperDroid-CM7-v1.0.4 is nearer to your old MDJ ROM as its also CM7, however, I favour HyperDroidGBX-v11. Its blindingly fast, very smooth & a joy to use. No crashes - very stable.

Without doubt the best I have tried. Hope this helps
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Do you guys experience data drops that dont reconnect? I'm using americandroid gb sd rom but the only problem it has it's that data doesnt reconnect. Ive been thinking to switching to a nand built but just want to make sure the data problem isn't a gb problem. Thanks
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hyperdroid gbx is nice, but i personally dont like the overall everything smaller deal. but should anyone know how to fix that...

yea nexushd2-gingerbread v2.5 is great, atm im using ultimatedroid and BOYPPC-SHIFTPDA gingerbread v10
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