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[Verizon] So what (mostly)stable ROMs do you recommend?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rsarno, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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    Just wondering what ROMs you guys have tried and would recommend that are mostly stable.

    I have tried CM10.1 Nightly, but as of earlier this week they were not stable enough for me. Mostly because i couldnt get any data to work.

    I have tried the Stock JB and it worked perfect, found here:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1974114

    I am on CleanRom right now and all seems perfect, no noticeable bugs. Found here:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1832070

    But im itching to try out a few more that are in the stable list, so im anxious to hear your feedback.

    Thank you
     



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  2. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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  3. lhands25

    lhands25 Lurker

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  4. artman540

    artman540 Android Enthusiast

    I like liquidsmooth rc5 and synergy r125
     
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  5. cp1

    cp1 Android Enthusiast

    I just flashed the OTA and am trying it out. Before that I was on CM10 stable (4.1.2)
     
  6. WhoDoo Voodoo

    WhoDoo Voodoo Android Enthusiast

    As far as stability goes you have the best two in your OP. Everything else is going to have at least small issues. But the next level is BeansROM and Synergy, they are pretty stable with good performance. The next would be any other ROM that says "based off of scrolsters base."

    The battery life on this one is freaking amazing.
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1916039

    This one is a good inverted touchwiz.
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1953008


    [ROM]LiquidSmooth-JellyBean v2.0 RC5[10/11/12] - Verizon Galaxy S III Development - RootzWiki
    Liquid does great work.

    The key is get the fastest 64gig SDcard on the market. I keep CleanRom, BeansROM, Liquid 4.2, and PACMAN ROM for fun and can switch between them in about 3-4 minutes. So I basically have all of them all the time. Matter of fact I am about to add that darkrom to my general mix as well.
     
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  7. seethesvt

    seethesvt Well-Known Member

    I can't seem to find a ROM that compares to synergy... every couple weeks I try a new one, but I always come back to synergy.
     
  8. artman540

    artman540 Android Enthusiast

    Synergy is great because touchwizz has great features but the whole layout is a mess. Synergy corrected all of that.
     
  9. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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    i was about to try Liquid last week but heard it had issues? Cant remember if it was data related, or what ... any feedback on that?

    Im going to look for Synergy, ill drop link here when i find it. Thanks! Think ill try that first.

    EDIT, link to Synergy:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1792499
     
  10. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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    This phone supports upto 64??

    crap i thought 16 was max lol
     
  11. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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    Flashed Synergy and in the process of setting it up.

    forgive the noob question ... but how is this different from stock JB?

    I didnt spend any time on OTA so i dont really know the differences.

    thanks
     
  12. quickaudi

    quickaudi Android Expert

    Been rocking Jelly Beans. You can pick how much TW and AOSP you want. Love that.
    Wasn't a fan of CM10. Also downloaded a "stock" 4.1.1 and had numerous reboots.
     
  13. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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    I just cant find what im looking for.

    Tried Synergy but it just looks/feels way too "stock" for me. Nothing wrong with "stock", but i sometimes want to have something different.

    I keep reverting back to CleanRom with Nova Launcher. This thing is lightning fast and as stable as a mountain ... but again, its very "stock".

    Think ill try Galaxy Mod next.

    Any feedback on my prev post about Liquid?
     
  14. WhoDoo Voodoo

    WhoDoo Voodoo Android Enthusiast

    Liquid 4.2 is now in beta 2 stage. It's actually fairly stable as long as you don't mess with the kernel too much. Sometimes when I install a 4.2 ROM I lose GPS, but there is a fix for that. I'm daily driving with it a lot now. Still keep CleanROM as a backup in case I need it though on Nandroid.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1965576
     
  15. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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    I may have to give it a whirl then! I dont typically mess with kernal or anything beyond just flashing the ROM.

    Thanks for the feedback, ill add it to my "Must Try" list lol
     
  16. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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  17. WhoDoo Voodoo

    WhoDoo Voodoo Android Enthusiast

    Going to try it myself. Gotta lose that touch wiz clock,but I'm a NOVA guy anyway.
     
  18. zzpree

    zzpree Newbie

    LOL!:hmmmm2::hmmmm2:

    What's up guys!! I am not trying to hijack your thread, but whats up with the SD cards? Can I really put 64gb class 4 in my rooted phone? Is there anything special or sumthin I need to know about Micro sd cards?:rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
  19. greenmunky

    greenmunky Android Enthusiast

    I just flashed Beans build 8 and its the smoothest my phone has run since on JB.

    Edit: GPS works great too, even indoors.

    To the SD card questions, I'm using a 64gb class 10 card. Had to format to Fat32 so it would be compatible with a custom kernel and CWM. Love it... I've got 96gb of storage on my phone.
     
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  20. WhoDoo Voodoo

    WhoDoo Voodoo Android Enthusiast

    The fastest cards are UHS-1 cards, then class 10. I like to flash a lot so I got a 64 GB UHS-1 card and I am ROM to ROM in less than 5 minutes. Some of these backups on ROMs these days hit 3 to 4 GB and need the speed. They also work great for recording good video as well.
     
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  21. MrPeter1985

    MrPeter1985 Well-Known Member

    Biggest card in the S3 is a 128gb SD. :)

    Ya'll didn't know about that did ya'll?!

    here's the thread, dude got a 128gb SDXC card working in his S3 by a microSD to SD adapter that fits with his extended battery case.
    >>>http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1911027

    Can't wait for the 1-2TB SD cards to come this year :)


    Any who. I'm loving my JB 4.1.2 No issues what so ever, everything works well and super fast. 11k in AnTuTu
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1842971

    Peace!:smokingsomb:
     
  22. WhoDoo Voodoo

    WhoDoo Voodoo Android Enthusiast

    I love inverted TW. All of the customization features are built right in. It has the new GN double window. Just a sweet ROM.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1953008
     

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