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By rickberg, Senior Member on 13th April 2014, 04:11 PM
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I have been on here searching roms I have experimented with twrp cwm and philz recoveries and have to say philz seems to be the best for our devices

Now I'm ready to flash a customer rom and kernel I have researched and with all the possibilities out there I would like to know which rom and kernel work the smoothest I'm looking for a 4.4 rom and kernel in you guys opinions which one works the smoothest and is compatible with philz recovery

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14th April 2014, 03:46 AM |#2  
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Try any of sleshepic roms with either the devil kernel, or Plasma kernel.. I personally us Classic 3.0 TW with devils kernel and so far running real smooth.. It is one of the most stable TW roms for this phone..
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14th April 2014, 05:08 PM |#3  
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Stock-wise @sleshepic is my go-to guy (disclosure: I am a bit biased though because of our past work to get said kernels to build properly.)

If you have access to Linux you could try taking the repo from my Github and start making your own tweaked kernel.
Just look for the Community kernel thread as that's where we usually keep links and instructions up on building.
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@garwynn I will look into that I'm still new to this I tried to develop a kernel for the HTC one sv but that was more advanced for what I was ready for it was a ported gsm to cdma rom kernel

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