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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Chillout2010, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. Chillout2010

    Chillout2010 Well-Known Member
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    I have been running Bamf cubed non stockish for 3 months and while it is stable for the most I need to change it up. Whats a good rom that is stable right now? I tried Bamf ics back in the beginnings and it was too unstable for me, I keep checking the threads on it but too many people complaining of issues to make me want to give it try again. So whats everyone running these days? Thanks

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  2. Cares

    Cares Android Enthusiast

    Clean ROM ICS Professional is super stable. Only Sense 3.6 though if you care about that.
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  3. pwned

    pwned Member

    I recommend rezrom. Either gb or ics. They both run good. There's even a sense 4.0 version which is still beta
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  4. Chillout2010

    Chillout2010 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Thanks I will check them both out. The sense 4.0 is on my search list now.
  5. WA_Bob

    WA_Bob Android Expert

    Just watch out - The Sense 4.0 ROMs still have some universal bugs, but they are real eye poppers and show real potential. On the other hand, the Sense 3.6 ones may not be as "sexy", but they are stable and pretty much everything works. It all depends on what you need for your daily driver.
  6. chknhwk

    chknhwk Android Enthusiast

    Personally I need something sexy that is stable and can take a beating. LOL
  7. ac29593

    ac29593 Well-Known Member

    I need an AOSP ROM badly. I now have the need to sync a Wii controller and there is an issue with Sense.
  8. chknhwk

    chknhwk Android Enthusiast

    Ugh, I'm on the XDA forums now looking at two roms from team BAMF and it's slightly confusing. :( They have a BAMF Rezound ICS v2.1 Official and a BAMF Evita v2.0 but neither of the downloads on their site reflect the specific roms*, this is quite confusing. It's going to take quite a while to get all the information straight on which roms do which and which ones I'll have to worry about which firmware I'm on. :eek: I came into the ReZound scene too late. :mad:

    *What I meant to say is the names of the downloads do not match the names of their roms.
  9. noles

    noles Newbie

    I pulled the trigger on CleanROM Developer Edition 1.2. It seems really good so far.
  10. noles

    noles Newbie

    It seems like all the roms are set up to include the old firmware patch. Which if like me, you did not flash the leaked ics, you're on the "old firmware". When you flash the zip, it will instruct you to go to the Rom's folder, which it created when you flashed. You flash it, then follow the instructions for flashing the boot.img, reboot and done.

    It's a bit disconcerting the first time but once you do it, it really is simple.

    Best of luck!
  11. chknhwk

    chknhwk Android Enthusiast

    Oh I have done it, both successfully and unsuccessfully! Lol. A problem I ran into when trying to download a team bamf ROM is all their ROM links take you to one page and they don't tell you which is which and the include the phimg.thing (lol) separately and don't really explain very well which roms need what. :(

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