I recently bought myself a G300 and the first thing I did was root it, unlock the bootloader, flash Infusion and have since used a variety of custom roms available here. Great stuff.
However I've just purchased another G300 for a friend who will be staying abroad after Christmas so I need the most stable of roms/setups as she won't have time to mess about with it after the holidays. I was thinking that keeping stock ICS might be the way to go as long as I root it. Rooting is a must for me for getting rid of the bloaty apps, using Titanium and AdAway.
The issue I see is if there's a problem with the phone & it needs returning it'll need unrooting, is there an easy way to do this?
Would you recommend the stock Vodafone rom for maximum stability? Or is it sluggish? I'm using Stock+ right now myself, it's possibly the most stable I've used so far (over Infusion & CM9) but I've had a few freezes, the browser closing randomly, etc. Can anyone on stock say whether they have these kind of problems on the regular? I'm also a little worried about the "reboot on loss of 3g" issue which for me was fixed with Infusion B07 (and Stock+ as far as I can tell) but a lot of people are saying they still have it. I assume stock doesn't suffer from this problem?
What I'm basically asking is -
1. Is it easy to root stock ICS to remove the bloat etc and unroot it if needed?
2. Is it easy to revert back to stock everything if I go all out and put CWM and a custom rom on there?
Cheers all - I'm glad I've found this community for the G300, it was main reason behind my purchase of this phone!
Edited by ACS10, 16 December 2012 - 12:12 PM.