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  1. zygys

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    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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    I'm running XWLP7.

    Running fine with no problems.
     
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    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
     
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    any tried XXLPS?
     
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    LP3 with LPS modem is rock solid for me.
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    I will try the XWLP7 it is the latest now.
     
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    Is that the Russian version? How do you know what's compatible with your SGS2?
     
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    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?
     
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    XWLP8 (Australia), carrier Optus (OPS) Australia, is available now.

    Frankenstein version available too.
     
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    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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