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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by logan1101, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. logan1101

    logan1101 Well-Known Member
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    Have mikg2.45 and goldenmonkey. Looking to switch it up a bit. What's a good Rom/kernel set up? I have read that mikg2.45 is one of the best as of now. Is there any thing that compares or comes close?
     

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  2. Rxpert83

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    Any reason why your running 2.45? The current version of MikG is 2.52


    If your satisfied with mikG try running some different kernals.


    Everyones preferences are different. So just find a ROM and flash it and see what you think.
     
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    and also keep in mind that every phone is different and kernels will react differently on different phones. i would suggest that you upgrade to mik2.52 (but you will need to do it sequentially. so first to 2.50 with a full wipe then 2.51 with only dalvik cache and cache wiped then 2.52 with the same wipe of dalvik cache and cache). try the freedom or chop suey kernels. as well. just give it a few days before moving on.
     
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