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Hey guys, im using tesla rom, and its pretty nice but its kinda laggy for the games , so can i go back to gingerbread without bricking my phone , and without locking bootloader. I searched all modako roms and all seemed kindof risky, please if there is way , i am using CWM 5.something recovery. THANK YOU UPFRONT

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I searched all modako roms and all seemed kindof risky

How have you come to that conclusion?

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I've been running superslim for a few weeks now and it's great:

 

http://www.modaco.com/topic/365041-gb-b895-superslim-v1/

 

You could also try these:

 

http://www.modaco.com/topic/364973-gb-b895-slim-v7-multibaseband/

http://www.modaco.com/topic/355090-rom-gb-atomicmod-any-baseband-gbics/

 

I was on stock+ ICS and did the following to get to superslim GB:

 

- downgraded to old baseband, GB bootloader (inherently unlocked) and CWM 5 using this: http://www.modaco.com/topic/361310-downgrade-upgrade-from-recovery/

- installed superslim ROM from above making sure to do all wipes/formats in CWM

 

That was it.

 

I did afterwards install a version of CWM 6 later on because I preferred it to the CWM 5 above.

The downgrade to the old baseband didn't cause me any problems to date.

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I've been running superslim for a few weeks now and it's great:

 

http://www.modaco.com/topic/365041-gb-b895-superslim-v1/

 

You could also try these:

 

http://www.modaco.com/topic/364973-gb-b895-slim-v7-multibaseband/

http://www.modaco.com/topic/355090-rom-gb-atomicmod-any-baseband-gbics/

 

I was on stock+ ICS and did the following to get to superslim GB:

 

- downgraded to old baseband, GB bootloader (inherently unlocked) and CWM 5 using this: http://www.modaco.com/topic/361310-downgrade-upgrade-from-recovery/

- installed superslim ROM from above making sure to do all wipes/formats in CWM

 

That was it.

 

I did afterwards install a version of CWM 6 later on because I preferred it to the CWM 5 above.

The downgrade to the old baseband didn't cause me any problems to date.

Ok so i can downgrade this from tesla and wont brick anything right ?

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Yes.

In any case it's difficult to brick the G300 regardless of what you do.*

 

* Excluding the suspected Hynix eMMC flakiness!

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I was on cm9 and just flashed superslim... nothing bad happened

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