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Poll: What is your most important reason for using Japanese Jellyfish 2.2 ROM? (352 member(s) have cast votes)

Choose the most important feature to you.

  1. Overclocking (38 votes [10.80%])

    Percentage of vote: 10.80%

  2. Speed of updates and releases (85 votes [24.15%])

    Percentage of vote: 24.15%

  3. Battery life (13 votes [3.69%])

    Percentage of vote: 3.69%

  4. Most stable / bugless (101 votes [28.69%])

    Percentage of vote: 28.69%

  5. Recommended by most people / sites / polls (72 votes [20.45%])

    Percentage of vote: 20.45%

  6. Coolest ROM name ever :D (27 votes [7.67%])

    Percentage of vote: 7.67%

  7. TPT - 128MB image installation to free up user data space (16 votes [4.55%])

    Percentage of vote: 4.55%

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Rotmann

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Please vote only if you use JJ. If you just want to see the results, sign off from modaco, visit this poll again and press the Show Results button. It does not work if you are logged in, buggy forum :lol: Thanks!

We all have to agree that the Japanese Jellyfish is a phenomenon among all Blade ROMs. It's popularity raised so much that even the MoDaCo custom ROM or the FLB seem little babies compared to it from the popularity point of view. Although always having more or less bugs (mainly the battery consumption was a very common issue on the older builds, it seems to be solved now) this did not stop the Jellyfish from expanding it's tentacles over more than the half of the poor blade owner's souls :) Make your sincere choice please, it's very interesting to find out.

P.S.: I am a Sebastian404's Froyo user.

Edited by Rotmann, 25 January 2011 - 09:14 AM.

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Mostly from it's popularity out of the 3 releases using the compiled kernel which was probably mostly cause it was a continuation of an already popular rom which was probably mostly because it was the first one based on a released Froyo... :lol:

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Mostly because it seems to be the one who has the most active support by the maker.

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ZTE Blade CM7 "Gen2ed" OLED.

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Coolest rom name ofc?

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just because overclocking

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I use it because emulators run a LOT more smoothly on the JJ than on the others. On Paul's, Seb's, and Fibblesans', the games tend to lag, the sound is choppy, and it breaks often. On the JJ I see no difference from a real device.

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Ralph Martin

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You missed out other reasons

- wanted some feature of Android 2.2 not in 2.1 (e.g. WiFi tethering, APPS2SD, etc)

Indeed, really you need to ask 2 separate questions:

- what was reason for wanting a 2.2 ROM?

- why did you choose JJ over other 2.2 ROMs?

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coolest rom name ever 8 % oO

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What about because "it works"

Edited by rwalton159, 25 January 2011 - 05:57 PM.

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Seems like the most stable release as of yet.

And sure, to some small extent it feels a little nice to support my fellow countrymen.

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Because it's the best in the world at what it does.

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It's the most stable. And I'm still using RLS6.

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Seems like the most stable release as of yet.

And sure, to some small extent it feels a little nice to support my fellow countrymen.

+1 Sa ligger det till.

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What about
"because it is one of the best ROMs and you don't have to buy adfree for the newest releases" ;-)

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For me it's the most stable ROM I tested so far (and I tested nearly all of the 2.2 roms)...
Even battery life never has been a problem for me and I use JJ since it's 2nd release...

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Its the most complete ROM: 2x OC, partition size change and even stock fm radio fixed in RLS9...fast, stable, loads of space free in /data and plenty of noodling with ahb & cpu OC...

Does any other 2.2 offer all that?

Edited by leetron1, 25 January 2011 - 09:39 PM.

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I voted ROM Size - I can haz 333MB /Data - yay :)

it also has AHB OC, fantastic fixed up kernel, updated and no bugs found :lol:

these are the reasons I went for it and why I stay with it

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It works with my T-mobile contract SIM. :lol:

Neither Flibblesan nor Seb's ROMs do. No 3G data.

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It's the most stable. And I'm still using RLS6.

Me too, and I am very happy with it. I wanted the released kernel, although that is more a feeling than a sound judgement.

And it does everything I want, although I think there is still a problem with battery consumption. If there is another ROM that is just as good but easier on the battery, I would use it. Is there?

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Fast, stable, OCCCCCCCCC ! :lol:

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