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Need advice for huawei Ascend G300

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Hi,

My phone is running ICS official stock ! But it is lagging in game and performance.Kindly advice me that which custom rom i should've to install inorder to get rid of this problem !

I installed CyanogenMod 9.1 but after boot it gave an error like "Unfortunately setup wizard has stopped" So i went back to ICS official stock ! Tell me that which rom is best .

Thanks.

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You can give a second chance to CM9.1 and download older version of Gapps, it will have auto-update after logging to Google server

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You can give a second chance to CM9.1 and download older version of Gapps, it will have auto-update after logging to Google server

Can you give me a link that where should i download Gapps for this specific rom?

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http://goo.im/gapps/...0429-signed.zip

If the Setup.apk still won't work, just delete it from zip, and log in to Google over Google Play, it work

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If you want the best possible performance overall, GB is the best ROM available.

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If you want the best possible performance overall, GB is the best ROM available.

Are you sure about that??? I mean gaming experience + phone's performance would be better???

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phone scrolling is on some apps stuttering and sluggish on GB. But game performance is best.

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I agree, Gingerbread is the best for gaming, but it lacks ICS features.

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