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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ohiwastedmylife, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. ohiwastedmylife

    Thread Starter

    I'm not sure if I am just not finding it due to the number of ROMs available but can someone point me to a stock gingerbread ROM ? Or is there not one...
    I can't stand CM it runs extremely slow & laggy compared to Virtuous.


  2. Medion

    Medion Android Expert

    I left virtuous for CM6 and then CM7. I used CM6 to learn the ropes, but found CM7 more responsive. Which nightly build(s) were you using that were laggy?

    If you want the vanilla experience with the speed/stability of Sense, try SkyRaider Athena.
  3. WBMc36

    WBMc36 Android Enthusiast

    Stock gingerbread rom is omgb. I agree with the above statement cm is way faster than virtuous. In fact it is the fastest rom I have used yet and I don't even overclock it.
  4. varkie

    varkie Android Enthusiast

    There isn't a "stock" gingerbread ROM out yet but both OMGB and CM7 are the closets things to it but they are experimental builds. Eventually the AOSP team will come up with a "stock" framework for everyone to build ROMS upon and eventually HTC might release an update but I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for it.
  5. Medion

    Medion Android Expert

    HTC is skipping 2.3 entirely in favor of 2.4. Over at XDA someone got a ported rip from supposedly the Desire S (2.4 with Sense 2.1). We'll see how far that ROM goes.
  6. ohiwastedmylife

    Thread Starter

    alright thats what I thought I just wanted to hear it from others. OMGB seems like they still have a lot bugs to fix so ill just wait it out. Medion I saw that too on XDA they got the new S phones RUU so ROMs should be updating with that at least. As far as CM I have tried just the regular CM 6 & 6.1 and from start it is barely usable it is so slow. I will try it out again but previous times it has been so bad. Right now im running Virtuous 3.2 with launcherpro on top of it and its amazing without even doing any OC. I used Hydra kernals before but they typically led to random reboots and system seizures.

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