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after all,which roms is most suitable for orange san fran?

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wilson720

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after all,which roms is most suitable for orange san fran?
I want a stable rom for daily use but orange san fran have many choose of ics roms
can you guys give me some ideas?

other hand i want to ask san fran will upgrade to kernel 3.08 finally?

thanks!

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I would stick with GB (any of them) if stability is of great importance to you.

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I'd just stick to the stock rom if you have to ask.

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i would say Swedish Snow is almost as stable as stock and gives you gingerbread so if you want everything to just work go for that, i am using the konstakang ics rom at the moment but haven't tried any of the other ics roms. all the ics rom's have the same bugs, no fm radio, no youtube HQ, no panorama mode in camera ect also i get a few little freezes now and then and a couple of force closes but haven't had to reboot. if i was to flash a rom on a friends device because they didn't know what they were doing i would definitley put Swedish Snow on it. I should also say that all the other ginger bread roms are stable enough for daily use you may just get a hicup once in a bluemoon

Edited by maff91, 10 July 2012 - 11:11 AM.

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Which of the ICS roms is the most preffered, or are they just visually different?

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I prefer Bustlams because it has working notification LED's and none of the others do. Though, if you have to ask, I wouldn't recommend using any of them tbh. They are strictly for those willing to experiment and keep up with their relevant threads IMO.

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mokee is great. absolutely stable as its GB. also looks almost like ics, if not better with its inbuilt ics theme.

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cm 7,2 stable is the best now for everyday use imo

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I prefer Bustlams because it has working notification LED's and none of the others do. Though, if you have to ask, I wouldn't recommend using any of them tbh. They are strictly for those willing to experiment and keep up with their relevant threads IMO.


The notification LED work just fine on KonstaKANG. ;)

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I prefer Bustlams because it has working notification LED's and none of the others do. Though, if you have to ask, I wouldn't recommend using any of them tbh. They are strictly for those willing to experiment and keep up with their relevant threads IMO.

It works fine with KonstaKANG too. I would prefer Konsta's rom over the other ICS ones anyday... its much more smoother and a lot smaller.

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