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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chncmdlck, Oct 23, 2010.

  1. chncmdlck

    chncmdlck Newbie
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    Ok guys, there might be a forum for this, but I didn't see it anywhere. I wanna know what you all think is the best ROM. I want something really clean, and fresh. Please post a screenshot if you can.

    Thx,
    Chncmdlck
     



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  2. greenmunky

    greenmunky Android Enthusiast

  3. blue85350

    blue85350 Newbie

    I prefer xtrrom, i like the froyo roms, but the cameras always glitchy and i use my camera alot.



    Edit: I just flashed nonsensikal 10.0 and the camera works fine, So I'll probably stay with this for awhile.
     
  4. Rossco_Pee

    Rossco_Pee Android Enthusiast

    xtrROM for 2.1 and Nonsesikal for 2.2
     
  5. zealofsoul

    zealofsoul Newbie

    Get Camera 360 Pro. It captures so much better picture than the preinstalled camera app. Crisp image and you can add cool color effect on it. What can you ask more?

    Oh and to answer the OP's question, I use Nonsensikal version 10 with Froyo. I'm really amazed at how responsive and fast the phone is.
     
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  6. T-Keith

    T-Keith Android Enthusiast

    I would normally say Nonsensikal, but it appears it's future is now in question. There are definite advantages in a froyo(2.2) ROM in my opinion, I tried XTROM a while back but did not see any real advantage.
     
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  7. Praetorian

    Praetorian Well-Known Member

    I originally started out with xtrSense, then xtrRom which I ran for awhile then bounced around to the various froyo rom's available. I would actually prefer a froyo rom such as CELBFroyo but the lag and overall instability just gets on my nerves. Improvements are being made all the time to these rom's but they can't keep up with xtrROM. I installed xtrROM and set my cpu back to stock and my phone just flies with no issues at all. For this reason xtrROM is my favorite. If Zach (maker of xtrROM) puts together a Froyo rom i'll probably switch to that because this dude knows how to make a ROM.
     
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  8. Podivin

    Podivin Android Expert

    I agree with half of this. :)
    Nonsensikal is a good ROM, but the developer is no longer concentrating on mods/updates to it, as he is off working on other things. However the fact that the dev is no longer working on it doesn't make it any less of a ROM, it's stable now, it will still be stable even if the dev never looks at it again. However there may come a day when other ROMs surpass it just because of 'tricks' that have been learned, at that point it may be time to consider a new ROM, if any of those 'tricks' appeal to you.
     
  9. Haxcid

    Haxcid Android Enthusiast

    This is like asking a group of people what their favorite car is or what is their favorite food is.
     
  10. MrDangerous

    MrDangerous Android Enthusiast

    KaosFroyo is the best of course!:D
     
  11. DDustiNN

    DDustiNN Android Enthusiast

    Unless you really like Sense, there is honestly no reason not to be using a 2.2-based ROM. They are pretty much perfect now (the only thing missing is Flash).

    I've personally been using KaosFroyo for a few weeks now and I haven't had one single problem. In fact, it's the very first ROM I've used where everything works. All other ROMs I've tried in the past (2.1-based) have had at least one thing I didn't like about them. I'm quite impressed with this one.
     
  12. n0ct3m

    n0ct3m Android Enthusiast

    For me, if I can keep a rom on my phone for more than a week then I will have found the best rom. Hasn't happened yet, but I just flashed xtrROM for the first time and it's looking like a strong candidate for the title.
     

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The HTC Droid Eris release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 288GB RAM, MSM7600 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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