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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cookie_monster, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    what are you guys running for a AOSP rom? what you like about it and what not? looking for one but they all seem solid so i am here to ask my fellow TBies for some help

    which one did you like the most for the tweeks

  2. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    They're all basically the same. Flash one and if you don't like it try another. If we were on Twitter I'd hit you with one of these #thesethreadsarepointless ;)

    I'm a CM7 fan and always wind up back on it
  3. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Liquid 3.0 is supposed to drop tonight, at least the last I heard it was, if so it should be a good choice. I wasn't all that impressed with the latest BlackAOSP and I didn't try the other AOSP rom he just released based on OMG roms. You could check out CM7 it is the base of many AOSP roms and is stable. I did like BlackAOSP 2.1 but I think he took it down so someone would need to host it for you ;) I could but not until later tonight. Really most of them are stable and good roms the dev's tweaks to each really makes the difference.
  4. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I am going to follow you now lol i know its point less just wanted to get a feel of what everyone else is thinking and running lol
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  5. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    I'm glad you didn't take it the wrong way. I was hoping you took it as me joking around. In all seriousness you can't go wrong with CM7.
  6. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I LOVED cm7 on my evo lol just word i was getting alot of issue but i am going to flash it. I am on the mr2 radio is that good for it?
  7. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Should be fine on the MR2 radio.
  8. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    Yea, that's ok. You can upgrade if you want, but it's not a necessity

    edit: :rolleyes:
  9. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    the radio i am on hasnt gave me any issue yet till then i kick it with the old guy lol
  10. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    someone pm me a link to gapps i have all old ones
  11. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    search the CM7 thread in this section. I posted the 8-28 gapps
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  12. Ibrick

    Ibrick Android Expert

    The 8/28 GAPPS has a separate zip to flash for Gtalk video. You can flash them back to back, just a heads up if you want working video chat.

    Oh, and back on topic, can't go wrong with CM7. /f Liquid finally posts 3.0 and it works with some other kernels, might be worth a shot too. Otherwise, CM7 IMO.
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  13. scotty85

    scotty85 Extreme Android User

    up until yesterday i had been running liquid. i had been haveing spectacular battery life without changing kernels,or even UVing the one that comes with it :eek:

    i really dug the UI on shift ao5p,and it worked great on my phone,tho it dint so much for some.

    having said that,theyre both cm7 based and i usually wind up back on that as well.

    OMGB,OMFGB are built from source,not from cm7. they are OK,but im partial to cm7s settings and tweeks.

    as has been said- thats the great thing about rooting. you dont have to pick one and stick with it ;) try them all! :D just restore the backup of your favorite and keep rollin :D
  14. dangerous

    dangerous Member

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  15. Yellow Snowman

    Yellow Snowman Android Enthusiast

    what you looking for? I'm much more of a noob than the guys posting above, but i have flashed the rooms the guys named above.

    In my experience this isn't a debate really. They're all very similar. I run launcher and a theme so they all look the same anyways. The main difference is battery life. For me it hasn't been close. cm7 with imoseyon 3.5.8 kernel and you're set. runs great, amazing battery life.

    But try them out. Flashing takes like 15 mins including time to restore and backup everything.
  16. dangerous

    dangerous Member

    Yellow, I'm just playing with my spare bolt. Trying to decide on what to flash. I have run CM7 on my DX, that was complicated at first but i have flashed that (those) devices well over 100 times. the bolt is new to me, not unlearnable though.
    In CM7, what was your biggest dissapointment? for the DX it IS the camera for most.
  17. dangerous

    dangerous Member

    OH, also, I assume (since I'm rooted), all i have to do is download CM7, reboot to recovery and flash (i did see a note that you didn't have to wipe, i don't believe that). Do you know if the restore in CM7 is as friendly as the DX. Meaning you could do ADVANCE restore and restore DATA only and get your device back pretty quick even from a GB Stock backup. (in most cases that is)..
  18. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    If you're not coming from a previous CM7 build you 100% have to do a full wipe. I'm not sure about the advanced restore as I always just make a nandroid, I would suggest doing the same just in case the advanced restore doesn't work.
  19. dangerous

    dangerous Member

    thanks WormDoes.. and What rom are you on?
  20. dangerous

    dangerous Member

    I just installed the Teambamf rom that was debloated. after i updated the radio, scecond flash, i then did an advanced restore (CWR) and restored the data from my Stock rooted.

    Took a while to boot (probably cause it's deodexed. and all my DATA / APPS came back to life. Sweet. and i didn't have to use TiBu
  21. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    I'm on Liquid 3.0
  22. jivens716

    jivens716 Well-Known Member

    I must be computer illiterate because I cannot find where Liquid 3.0 is anywhere to download lol
  23. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    It's available for donation only
  24. jivens716

    jivens716 Well-Known Member

    Well that is probably the reason why I don't see a download link anywhere LOL :p
  25. trapperjohn

    trapperjohn Well-Known Member

    Where is there more info on the 3.0 version?

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