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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by zygys, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. zygys

    zygys Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Hello what is the latest and most stable ice cream sandwich firmware?I tried the XXLPQ it was bad.What do you reccomend?
     

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  2. Remeniz

    Remeniz Android Enthusiast

    I'm running XWLP7.

    Running fine with no problems.
     
  3. To tell the truth my wife is running LPQ and no issues at all after a reset. been running for about a week now solid as a rock
     
  4. zygys

    zygys Newbie
    Thread Starter

    any tried XXLPS?
     
  5. GG1

    GG1 Well-Known Member

    LP3 with LPS modem is rock solid for me.
     
  6. croc9968

    croc9968 Newbie

    Same here....few FC's but then I did a factory reset and cleared the cache and I've had no problems since then....using Go launcher Ex
     
  7. Quboid

    Quboid Android Enthusiast

    I'm using LPQ, it's mostly good but does anyone else having problems swiping? It seems jittery and often registers as a swipe in the opposite direction.

    I'd update to LP7 but I can never figure out what ROM is compatible with my phone and how to back up stuff to do a factory reset.
     
  8. zygys

    zygys Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I will try the XWLP7 it is the latest now.
     
  9. Quboid

    Quboid Android Enthusiast

    Is that the Russian version? How do you know what's compatible with your SGS2?
     
  10. zygys

    zygys Newbie
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  11. Quboid

    Quboid Android Enthusiast

    The only XWLP7 builds are German, Dutch and Russian, are you in one of these countries?

    Is there a rooted version of the Russian build?
     
  12. Remeniz

    Remeniz Android Enthusiast

    XWLP8 (Australia), carrier Optus (OPS) Australia, is available now.

    Frankenstein version available too.
     
  13. Forbidden 403

    Forbidden 403 Android Enthusiast

    I am personally using the LPQ version with LPS modem and latest siyah kernel and modified CSC to my region. It's smooth sailing for me.

    I guess stability is dependent on your mix of apps and usage.

    Personally speaking 4.0.4 release will be much more stable than 4.0.3, let's see when sammy releases a 4.0.4 version.
     
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