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tarkin88

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Hello, I'm looking for a good battery and thermals not play a lot, just mobile legends on low graphics (to avoid high temps) but I can't try all the rooms, because use the phone to work too, someone can help me?
 
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It's been a long time I last asked about what ROM you're using. So, what are you using and why?

I'm thinking about changing the ROM I'm using.
I'm still using the MIUI.EU Roms for my Poco F3 and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom as I can use DTS: X Ultra and Viper4Android mods using that rom. Those mods do not work on All Android 11 and 12 ROMS based on AOSP (can't say for sure for Lineage variants).

I think I'll consider using the custom ROMs when Xiaomi EU stopped supporting my 2 devices. Stability and usability wise (i.e. color calibration options etc.) Xiaomi EU Roms is the goat, whereas most of the custom ROMs for Poco F3 and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom has a lot of features but the stability is so-so.

I have based my experience when I used Crdroid ROMs by the way, maybe ArrowOS and HavocOS are worth the try.
 
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I'm still using the MIUI.EU Roms for my Poco F3 and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom as I can use DTS: X Ultra and Viper4Android mods using that rom. Those mods do not work on All Android 11 and 12 ROMS based on AOSP (can't say for sure for Lineage variants).

I think I'll consider using the custom ROMs when Xiaomi EU stopped supporting my 2 devices. Stability and usability wise (i.e. color calibration options etc.) Xiaomi EU Roms is the goat, whereas most of the custom ROMs for Poco F3 and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom has a lot of features but the stability is so-so.

I have based my experience when I used Crdroid ROMs by the way, maybe ArrowOS and HavocOS are worth the try.
I really like AOSP ROM, it feels really smooth and didn't have much stability issues, and some features are nice. And MIUI feels way less smooth in my experience and some issues sometimes, I will give a try anyways.
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I used it for like a year, it's honestly great, but I have some issues : the settings and customization is not well organized, it's hard to find the things you want. The updates are not frequent, but that's ok, and update every month. And Other very minor things (not active on XDA). But mainly, I have some FPS issues in some games (Pokémon GO), every other ROM I tried had 120 fps unlocked but not Evolution X since it changed their base trees. I hope it will change soon, because it's the only ROM that is near perfection for me. Thank you for the benchmark and confirming :)
 

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    Mine is android 12 L
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    Saying which rom is the best .. It is so subjective, because if you look closely, the vast majority of users will recommend and say that the rom they are using is the best.

    Personally, on my previous mobile, I was using only miui, specifically the Xioami.EU and I was delighted.

    But when I switched to Poco F3, I decided that even though I was happy with Miui, I wanted to make a change and try something else, hence I have been trying some roms (not all, because luckily, we have many to choose from).

    Personally, I wanted them to work if not perfect, as well as possible, without apparent failures. That the performance is very good, that the battery behaves, but above all, that they provide you with a plus of personalization (extra adjustments and pops to put on the mobile).

    So I tried:

    - ArrowOS -> Quite happy, everything was going well and with some customization touches, I recommend trying it if you are looking for that and I think that it also updates from its own updater, in case you do not want to always carry the TWRP in tow.

    - Hentai OS -> I don't like it at all, due to its null customization. I have also tried it 2 times, due to the good opinions that I have always read when they talk about it and to see if after a few weeks, it had improved in that aspect, but nothing, no matter how good they say it is, I don't like it at all nor does it give me that extra that I am looking for, so it is not a rom for me. Now, if you are looking for an experience as similar to a Pixel and as I mentioned, with zero customization, this may be your rom.

    - Evolution X -> I tried the first version and it didn't really look bad. What happens, I think that the issue of updates is somewhat stopped and they have not released many since then, but I'm not sure about it either.

    - LineageOS -> What to say about a mythical rom. I tried the first version and everything was going so well, that it is already a joy. I think this rom is also updated directly from its own updater, if you keep the TWRP they recommend for installation. It works in general lines very well, you have the security of the great community behind it and that it will be constantly updated and it also has its personalization touches, therefore, another recommended test.

    - crDroid -> For me, for the use that I give to the mobile and what I was looking for as I said at the beginning, to this day, the "best" rom that I have tried by far. Everything works really well, it has customization options to give and sell, which I have not seen in other AOSP roms (as you will see, those based on miui I have not bothered to try any rom, because I wanted a change of miui after so many years being only true to miui). Above is constantly being updated with performance improvements and new customization options. And in addition, the developer / group of developers are very active and answer any questions that may arise, either in the rom thread or in the channel that is dedicated to the rom and our mobile in particular, the Poco F3, on Telegram.

    This is broadly speaking, my totally subjective opinion, that there will be someone who may agree with me and surely many others, who do not agree.

    But asserting that such a rom is better than the rest, just because it is the one you use, without giving any weighty argumentation, does not make much sense, because it can lead to mistakes, for someone who has no idea about roms.

    The best thing is to know what you want and based on it, try different roms for several days each, in order to form a strong opinion and with arguments.

    Sorry for the brick.​
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    For MIUI roms i always go to EU rom, but anyways with this Poco F3 the best rom out there it's Arrow OS, fast, continous updates with his own updater, necessary customization, and this last update is something really good. Flash and forget anything.
    As Calamaros said best ROM is a matter of subjective preference. I also tried for at least one day in this order Xiaomi EU, Pixel Experience, OneOs, Syberia, Arrow, Havoc, Crdroid, EvolutionX, Lineage. In the end the winner for me was ArrowOs because is really, really fast, NFC, banking and Netflix (L1certification) works, not as customisable as HavocOs, Crdroid and EvolutionX but not lacking either, and the battery seems to last the longest. I don't game but I do Netflix, HBO and Emby alot and I get 7-9 hours screen time of 1080 playback at 50-60% luminosity on Data and Bluetooth (AptX HD). Animations are set at 0.5x and unnecessary boot apps disabled. If it helps someone...
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    Currenly, Arrow and Syberia are the best to me. I've flashed every rom many times as I have an extra Poco to play with. The runners up for me are crDroid and AICP. If you use the Always On Display you won't get great battery life on any of the ROMs. One of my pet peeves is if the rom doesn't have something so simple like a clear all button at the bottom in recents and an option to only show the battery percentage in the statusbar then it's a failure.
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    I got GCAM work on Arrow without any problem. Selfies & video quality is superior to the stock.
    Try MGC with IronHrt xml

    The IronHrt XML for gcam.

    The Gcam MGC APK.

    To make life easier :)
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    This answer probably is going to sound harsh, but it is truth (at least for me hahaha).

    I've tried literally every custom rom from here (and also a few ones that are baked outside XDA, i.e. HOS, the Android 12 build, etc) and yeah, not even one custom rom gets near the stability, compatibility and battery life of MIUI.

    I don't like MIUI at all, but the battery consuption and stability is the best to be used as a daily driver. I hate when I want to do something on my daily basis and then I fail to do it because I'm using a custom rom, for example: bluetooth issues when connecting the phone with my car, video calls having audio issues, low volume on calls, etc) or just taking a photo.

    MIUI covers all those little points, and at the end of the day, is the only rom that fullfill all my needs. I personally use eu (the weekly release), as it is just an optimized version of MIUI, but yeah, I still dream on the day that a custom rom gets to the same level of stability and compatibility as MIUI. I TRULY love pixel like roms, but I just don't wan't to sacrifice stability or just simply downgrade the cam quality just for that.

    And if I really need to chose a custom rom, I'll pick Lineage, it's the best custom rom out there, has awesome battery life, extra features and the rom/mantainers are not just going to stop developing the weekly nightlies just because they get tired of it. On second place there is HOS, the only issue with HOS that I had is that the thermals of my phone gets real high when I play games (this does not happen with other roms).

    =)