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[Q] What's the most stable ROM you've tried?

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Arrow [Q] What's the most stable ROM you've tried?

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I'm have been using PAC-ROM 4.4.Alpha-1 nightly build 2014--03-09.
Perfectly stable... except for the call logs which never seems to register any missed calls.
LOL, a phone that can do everything except calling back missed calls, the irony.

Perhaps you guys/gals came across a flawless ROM?
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I think I got screen with even more up time. It was stock 4.3

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Hi!

I'm have been using PAC-ROM 4.4.Alpha-1 nightly build 2014--03-09.
Perfectly stable... except for the call logs which never seems to register any missed calls.
LOL, a phone that can do everything except calling back missed calls, the irony.

Perhaps you guys/gals came across a flawless ROM?
Post it here!
You can give AOKP a try if you are okay with using os without custom ui
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Hi @peterhuh

Welcome to XDA! We typically do not allow best/most stable ROM or kernel threads here. The reason being is that the answer to the question is always subjective. There are many great ROM's and kernels in the dev section. Try a few out for yourself. What you think works best for you may be different than what others may tell you.

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