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Default Best rom to use on Z1

Which is the best rom & kernel for our z1?

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I think it's personal preference.

First you should ask yourself if you want to have a Stock ROM or a ASOP based ROM (like CM or ParanoidAndroid).
I personally prefer ASOP based ROMs. At the moment I use PA but I think about switching back to CyanogenMod because for me it's a bit more smooth.

But as I said thats just my personal opinion and you should test around a bit and find a ROM that fits best for you.
 
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I think it's personal preference.

First you should ask yourself if you want to have a Stock ROM or a ASOP based ROM (like CM or ParanoidAndroid).
I personally prefer ASOP based ROMs. At the moment I use PA but I think about switching back to CyanogenMod because for me it's a bit more smooth.

But as I said thats just my personal opinion and you should test around a bit and find a ROM that fits best for you.
How about omni rom or resurrection remix?

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Actually I think it's too much of a mishmash. Those ROMs are Cherrypicking from every Source (CM / AOSP or PA/AOSPA) and sometimes the features aren't optimized to work together. So I personally don't use this kind of ROMs.
 
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As mentioned best ROM / Kernel threads are not allowed on XDA. The question is subjective. Best advice is to head over to the development section, try some out and see which "best" suits your needs.

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