Aceion, on 16 December 2012 - 09:30 PM, said:
Hello, first of all I'm sorry if its wrong topic but I dont know where to post.
I have few questions and I need help so I would be grateful if someone answers at least one question
- My G300 is rooter and bootloader unlocked, today I installed CM10 and then switched to CM9 but neither of them is fast enought, I mean, original rom that came with phone was faster (2.x.x?)
1. is there a way to factory reset everything and then start from 0
2. is it normal to CM be slightly slower than orginal huawei rom
3. us there best rom? I mean fastes rom? Some people tell me to put orginal rom from huawei and put modded kernel (to optimaze ram and cpu) so is this true?
Thank you very much
My tuppence worth...
I am running CM10.0 (JB 4.1 based: http://en.wikipedia....F4.2_Jelly_Bean
) and find it quite good. I haven't experienced some of the instability experienced by some others and I find it very quick. Can't compare it to stock GB (http://en.wikipedia....3.x_Gingerbread
) or ICS (http://en.wikipedia...._Cream_Sandwich
) because I didn't retain and play with them for long enough. I don't know if it matters but I think that my last official stock ICS was 936 (Vodafone Ireland) and when I installed Infusion and more recently CM10.0 I wiped absolutely everything. A totally clean install always seems to give a better chance of fewer problems as far as I can see!
Which is the best ROM is a subjective one. Some people have reported that the original (latest) stock Huawei (or carrier - e.g. Vodafone- variant) GB ROM is the most stable and responsive. Others prefer some of the stock ROMs (in particular CM10.0 and Infusion) even if they can have some issues. Personally I'm still inclined to stick with CM10.0 as I haven't had any showstopper issues with it so far and am still on R1.
However if you DO want to roll back to stock GB then you need to be careful as the downgrade from ICS does require some special steps. There are guides out there such as this one:
that you should familiarise yourself with and be sure that you understand all of the steps. Section 6 in particular. This thread is also useful as it has a lot of links to different resources:
If you are in doubt about anything ask first!
Hope this helps. Others (particularly more established posters than me!
) may have more/better advice for you.
Edited by dalyer, 18 December 2012 - 02:54 PM.