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ZTE Skate best rom?

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Hello everybody

I have ZTE Skate with MokeeOS and it is working very good,but i decided to install new ROM

Can you,please help me decide which is the best ROM available for ZTE Skate?

Speed is important,also battery life.

Thank you

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Speed is important,also battery life.

Thank you

1. [androidarmv6] [4.2] ColdFusionX 3 [CM10.1] [updated - 06/01]

2. [ROM][skate] SlimBean 2.7 - Android 4.2.2 (17/03/2013)

... for speed and battery life only :)

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All down to personal preferance. I like JB 4.1 and 4.2 roms because they are quick and look nice, but if you want stability and everything working go to GB roms, as they are more compatible with stock libraries etc, so try some and choose

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There is no best ROM, really. First you have to pick between 2.3.x or 4.x ROMs - the former are slower but more stable, and the latter have a faster UI but less stability and perform worse in games.

For 2.3.x, Mokee OS is probably the best one, along with H3 Blues. Skatie and CM7 are also pretty good, as is MIUI.

As for 4.x, SlimBean, RootBox and CFX3 (CM10.1) are your best choices.

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Any ROM is much better than what came with

the phone - no operator rubbish for a start.

I have tried many roms and love RootBox but before that loved Swedish Snow,Pj1 and Pj2

so just try some see which you like.

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i suggest RootBox and PJ2

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respected, which is the best rom for ZTE SKATE battery and speed,,, please help to

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sure there is no 'best' ROM

 

personally I converged at "ParanoidJelly - ParanoidAndroid 2.81/CM10 - Android 4.1.2 (03/04/2013)"

 

It is not latest greatest

 

It is not oldest worst

 

It seems (IMHO) to fit the device and I have no complaints about battery and speed

 

 

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I tried almost every and i think that  H3 Holo is the best .

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confirmed +1 for H3 holo

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