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Old February 2nd, 2013, 11:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I finally retired the old Triumph, G60madman leaving the Dev team over there put the final nail in coffin. I'm blown away by the Rom's and info on this phone, its almost overwhelming coming from the Triumph. Anyway, any non obvious advise and maybe a solid Rom recommendation for a daily driver needing camera, audio, and given I live in BFE a good signal? Can't wait to dive in

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Old February 3rd, 2013, 12:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I actually came over from the triumph to and same for me when g60 left I said well time to move on even tho now I develop on the triumph since I got nothing else to do with it. If your s-on I would say mobster roms if ya s-off I'd say dastin cm10.1 android jb 4.2.1 that's what I'm running now
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I think I'm going to go S-Off. Any issues to be away of with Dastin CM10.1 I should be aware? The whole radio thing has thrown me for a bit of a loop, lot of options in radio's. Isn't there a Rom with the best of the best built in?
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IMO…. ROMs are more about preference. Everyone I have tried has been great, but best of the best is more of an opinion of what you want out of a ROM. For me it was better Bluetooth and battery life. I found what I wanted in MidnightS. Now my BlueAnt never gives me trouble and I get 1.5 days out of the stock battery instead of 12 hours.


I am thinking you should read what options are in the different ROMs and start testing …… Let’s face it, testing is half the fun!!!
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The reason there are so many roms and so much dev support available is because you've had the sprint evo 3d devs have a huge head start.

The flagship Evos have always had killer dev support. The original EVO has 4.2.1 Roms, its amazing.
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The HTC EVO V 4G is Virgin Mobile's first 4G WiMAX Android device. And if it looks familiar, it is because the phone is the same as the EVO 3D, but optimized for this network. Release date is set for May 31st, 2012, for a price of $300 off-co... Read More



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