i do not know your needs. you haven't explained enough. you need speed, compatibility, functions? what ?
All of that, and mainly on these touch-unfriendly devices, ease of use, and "customizability"
. Without discarding stability, which should be a must, and is...
you play games, you use for office apps ?
I mostly use it to access info on databases, be it dictionaries, encyclopedias... (I referred Tomeraider, which is a a "Database Interface", so to say). Also as a bookreader. From time to time, to listen to music, occasionally to play a video... oh! you can imagine: also as a phone. I do not play with the mobile. Neither do I play with games, i'm
Anyway, no matter the use, i'd like to get a stable &amp; clean, 'rubbish free' (just the 'window system' &amp; 'window manager', be it wm6.5 or wm6.5.3 - no Linux'es or Androids for the moment) 'top of the tops' UL ROM to add my own SW and, as SpeedFrog suggested, then use SPB Backup to keep "my own" system backup.
your native language is english or chinese or italian (because i haven't met a cooked ROM in other languages). if your lang is rare use official ROMS.
My native lang is spanish, which is not very rare.
Regarding cooking a ROM in a different language, this question is either for you, for SpeedFrog
, or whoever may help: Is there any (good) reference on how to "mod" (or cook) a ROM, to a given language?: I wish i could mod the ROM(s) by SpeedFrog (either UL for 6.5 or for 6.5.3) to Spanish lang... I did not dwelve into cooking yet, but i dare say that i should modify the langpack which is embedded into the nb0/mst/mli: I know i can unpack it with Executor or o2util, into a *os.nb, dunno how to convert it to a fully disassembled state in order to mod, mount langpack section &amp; repack ROM. Is it possible to mount a langpack extracted from the MLI into the "*.nb0 cooked ROM"?
Any help on this would be as valuable as (or more than) the request on choosing the best ROM and suggested apps. I know is so preciate that nobody, nowhere (modaco, xda-dev,
other galaxies) shares it... I'm sure there are alternative tools to the ones stated in this forum, that could help on re-creating a ROM with a different lang. Perhaps any among the ones being used for other devices.Edit:
I know there's a hard way to do it, in Jacobn rombuilder post
. That's too much work.
about symbianize the lang is philippino but using google/bing translate you will be able to register and download what you need
that was helpful.