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jellyfish vs flb

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which rom is :

- better for battery

- work performance better

becasue now I`m using JJ rls6 and it`s great but battery life...is not so nice.

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do a backup of your current rom and update it to flb's.

see which you prefer and what your device likes more. if you dont like it, restore back.

everything is subjective and down to personal preference.

alternatively, use the search and read through each roms' threads to see common issues and if they'll affect you...

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You can also try Sebastian404's Froyo, very clean and reliable, battery life is great. Only T-Mobile contract users have problems with the internet, other users are OK.

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The main difference I observed was that with JapJelly, battery life was low and I could literally count it going down in front of my eyes. With FLB, I found battery much better than JJ, but even with hardware ui turned on, there was a slight jerk in animations. Well, in most cases you wont even notice it, but it was not as fluid as JapJelly or Fillyjonk. I tried both without overclocking and and with hardware ui. FLB was left idle for 15 mins after installation and restarted afterwards to let the script settle down, as described by Dev.

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Could you try Sebastian404's Froyo too? It would be interesting to compare FLB to it. I don't get any jerkiness on Seb's Froyo either.

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which rom is :

- better for battery

FLB

- work performance better

JJ

Rest is all down to preference: there is no "better" rom between the 2, they are pretty equal.

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The main difference I observed was that with JapJelly, battery life was low and I could literally count it going down in front of my eyes.

I get that. I leave my phone on standby for about 6 hours while I'm at school (only really using it in the morning for about 15 minutes on tinterwebs) and it ends up at about 75% when I get home.

'Tis a pain, especially since a portable device shouldn't feel like it has to be plugged in all the time!

I'd like to know about Seb404's Froyo ROMs. (what does he mean by 'de-softened' and 'de-crossed'?)

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FLB-Froyo or Japanese Jellyfish. Both great ROMs. But which one is better? Well, there's really only one way to find out...

Harry-Hill-Fight-AP-WDC5.jpg

(apologies for anybody who has never watched TV Burp.)

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FLB-Froyo or Japanese Jellyfish. Both great ROMs. But which one is better? Well, there's really only one way to find out...

(apologies for anybody who has never watched TV Burp.)

Lmfao! gotta love Harry Hill

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+1 FLB rocks the house. With overclocking coming soon it will own.

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And MCR isn't an option because...?

I vote MCR, because it is VERY good. Good battery life, and very snappy.

It's good but JJ and FLB are just as good on those fronts and both reconnect the wifi better. I have high hopes for R12 but I think JJ and Flb have the edge over R11. I couldn't choose between Flb and JJ though. I currently use Flb simply because it is still being developed and I like playing with new stuff!

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MCR is the best. I used nearly all of the ROMs, I'm a veteran ZTE Blade user, you can trust me, the most reliable, most stable and the fastest ROM is currently Paul's MCR r11. Totally satisfied with it. Until CM7 comes out, I'll be using this.

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MCR is the best. I used nearly all of the ROMs, I'm a veteran ZTE Blade user, you can trust me, the most reliable, most stable and the fastest ROM is currently Paul's MCR r11. Totally satisfied with it. Until CM7 comes out, I'll be using this.

Haha, my sentiments exactly. MCR does feel considerably the most stable rom i've ever used, too.

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MCR is the best. I used nearly all of the ROMs, I'm a veteran ZTE Blade user, you can trust me, the most reliable, most stable and the fastest ROM is currently Paul's MCR r11. Totally satisfied with it. Until CM7 comes out, I'll be using this.

How could you be using the MCR R11 without a paid accound? :P The MCR topic has at least 5 bugs reproduced by many users, stability is something else for me. FLB has overclock kernel now, it just crushes any other ROM at speed, stability and battery life.

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MCR is the best. I used nearly all of the ROMs, I'm a veteran ZTE Blade user, you can trust me, the most reliable, most stable and the fastest ROM is currently Paul's MCR r11. Totally satisfied with it. Until CM7 comes out, I'll be using this.

hmm maybe for you but i have had nothing but bother with MCR r11, i used r4 for ages and was great on the whole but i am very much waiting for r12 to be released

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MCR is the best. I used nearly all of the ROMs, I'm a veteran ZTE Blade user, you can trust me, the most reliable, most stable and the fastest ROM is currently Paul's MCR r11. Totally satisfied with it. Until CM7 comes out, I'll be using this.

sorry to disappoint you, but i switched to flb r8a from pauls mcr11 and the touchscreen behavior is much better. with r11 i got zooming action with just 1 finger while scroling, turning while moving through the map instead of zooming, etc...

with flb r7(and newer) its much better and more responsive!

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