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[Verizon] How stable are these ROM's?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by actofgod, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. actofgod

    actofgod Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I only ask this because the last phone I rooted was my Dinc and I had CM7 on it and it was constantly having issues. As such, I'm hesitant to go through that again on my Gnex with an OTA update allegedly coming up soon. I was considering the AOKP32 build. Stable?
     



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  2. Outatime

    Outatime Android Expert

    I run LiquidSmooth and it's better than stock. Pre root over the course of the first three months or so I had the phone, I had two reboots. Post root running AOKP, BAMF and finally LS, I have not had one.
     
  3. funkbucket007

    funkbucket007 Member

    Before I installed a custom ROM on my Nexus, I'd get random restarts at least once a day. Since then, I've been on Apex and several different versions of Gummy (currently Gummy 1.0.1 with Imoseyon's 3.2.2 kernel and the leaked 4.0.4 radios) and have had no such issues. The phone is bulletproof now.
     
  4. actofgod

    actofgod Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    This is good news, I'm extremely tired of VZW non updates. Hmm
     
  5. DannyJSlone

    DannyJSlone Android Enthusiast

    I am running the liquid rom and have had zero issues. Instead of apex launcher though I use nova launcher and the new 4.0.4 radios this phone is awesome. I was on a Droid incredible as well that was rooted so I was hesitant as well. You won't regret it at all.
     
  6. jbdan

    jbdan Extreme Android User

    Everything out now for the GN is very stable and very reliable IMO (besides a couple alpha projects). There are bugs in ALL roms, whether they affect you or not, well you'll have to see for yourself. Go for it and have a blast!
     
  7. trophynuts

    trophynuts Extreme Android User

    Redemption Rom and BAMF are my two favorites, very stable
     
  8. ckelly33

    ckelly33 Android Expert

    I'm running rooted stock (4.0.2) with 4.0.4 radios. So many choices for ROMs but I don't need a ton of bells and whistles....are any of these better than others at battery life?
     
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  9. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    That's opening a can of worms lol. Everyone will tell you something different, but my best experience has come from my current setup of LiquidSmooth 1.25 in conjunction with LeanKernel 2.8
     
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  10. TexDaddy57

    TexDaddy57 Well-Known Member

    My limited experience has proved that Liquid Smooth 1.3 is bullet proof...but so is AOKP B33 :)

    When I flashed LS1.3, the & 4.0.4 radios I went from 3 bars of 3G outside on my porch to 3 solid bars inside (house has aluminum siding). My battery is about the same but the phone feels cooler. I got the same with B33 after a clean install. That's just my experience though. I would say go for it,
    Liquid 1.3(flash the extras & 4.0.4 radio)
    OR
    AOKP B33 (flash the extras)
    Both of these are like a rock!
     
  11. swagner53

    swagner53 Android Enthusiast

    AOKP build 33. Lean Kernel

    The device is very stable-- enough so that I use this as my daily driver with 3 email accounts/calendars syncing, helpdesk software, and a slew of other stuff all the time. It is essential to my work that this functions well as I am an IT director and if it doesn't work on my end I can't keep things working for everyone else!
     
  12. Turdbogls

    Turdbogls Android Expert

    the problem with your INC and CM7 is that it was never meant to run AOSP...hence the issues with it. i had the same problem with my thunderbolt..constantly had issues and GPS working was a major one.

    anyway, since this is a pure google phone and the code is basically pulled from AOSP, all the ROMs are super stable...since they are also built from the same code with some tweaks thrown in there. i literally haven't had a random reboot since i flashed 4.0.3 over 3 months ago
     
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