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[Q] AOSP vs CM11

6th May 2014, 11:57 AM |#1  
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which is the more stable rom between AOSP and CM11v10 ?
 
 
6th May 2014, 12:43 PM |#2  
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Info 2 Both are good
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which is the more stable rom between AOSP and CM11v10 ?

I think both roms are good and popular both have pros and cons and based on stock rom
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6th May 2014, 01:05 PM |#3  
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The current CM 11 rom suffers from soft reboots, so at this point definitely AOSX(The X is for Xperia).
Although the devs have said that the next build will be having all AOSX patches,sources etc. So then probably both would be same just CM will have extra functionality.
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8th May 2014, 01:04 AM |#4  
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For Xperia P CM11 weekly 4 is more stable at the moment for me, with extra functionality, but AOSX are working a lot making AOSP stable, the extra functionality could be solved with xposed and gravity box
8th May 2014, 02:28 PM |#5  
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Has anybody managed to get the BBC iPlayer app to work in either AOSX or CM11?
I just get a black screen and stuttering audio.
(Note that you may have to be in the UK to use it anyway, I am in the UK.)

Also, in AOSX the back button would stop working in Facebook which was rather annoying.
GMail syncing seemed to get stuck a lot too.

Otherwise they are both good, but I slightly preferred AOSX+Gravity Box to CM11.

I've gone back to Sony 4.1.2 rom for now until AOSX matures, but I have every faith in those devs.
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