Originally Posted by natmacax
thnx for the answer
i prefer to Sense Roms. others is really useless for me.
yes s-off and super cid.
and i am confused. roms, kernels, boot, hboot, cid , s-off, firmwares , interface differences... bla bla bla
liberty rom is stable and very likely. even also 4.3v. my purposes is; i installed the rom but what i need to do else ? or this is it. thats mean libery rom v7 installed, s-off, hboot 2.16 enough. no any things
: You said it you want Liberty rom (Sense 5.5). If I may, I advise you to have a look on MaximusHD (Sense 5)
: There is actually no custom kernel available for Liberty, so nothing to add here.
: You are on 2.16, Liberty is compatible with both 2.15 and 2.16, so you have nothing to change here. I would had that most of AOSP based roms are made for 2.15, while almost all Sense (5 and 5.5) roms are made/compatible with 2.16. You want a Sense rom so stay on 2.16.
: I think you know what's the aim of having superCID and S-OFF or you wouldn't have done all that.
: It manages wireless communication of your device : 2G, 3G, HSPA, even Wifi. If wrong radio is used with wrong rom, it results in bad signal quality, wifi issues or/and random reboots.
If your Radio is actually 1.20, with Liberty rom you probably don't have access to HSPA. You can actually fix it by flashing this radio