What ROM are you using?

Discussion in 'Tablets and Smart Phones' started by PhazeDelta1, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. PhazeDelta1

    PhazeDelta1 Moderator Staff Member

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    Since we have a thread for screen shots, I think it's only fair to create one for our ROMs.


    I usually varies from day to day on my GNEX. But I'm currently using BlackBean6 with LeanKernel.
     
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    d_mouse Maha Guru

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    At the moment my GNEX is running AOKP JB nightlies with Franco Kernel
     
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    PhazeDelta1 Moderator Staff Member

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    Your the 4th person today who has mentioned that Franco Kernel. I think it's time to see what all the fuss is about. :nerd:
     
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    d_mouse Maha Guru

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    Hahahaha, yeah i jumped on the Franco bandwagon back when I was using a Huawei U8800 and he was one of the only kernel dev's for the device.
    Does some great work and supports a number of devices now (GNEX & N7 included).
     

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    deltatux Ancient Guru

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    I'm running SlimROM with its stock Bedalus kernel on my Nexus S I9020T. I'm still waiting for my Nexus 4 to arrive.

    Until then, I'm stuck with something laggy and I have to figure out why the battery is draining a lot when WiFi is on. I think I'm going to reflash my phone lol.

    deltatux
     
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    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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    PhazeDelta1 Moderator Staff Member

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    I read a few pages in the main thread over at XDA. I went ahead and bought the franco kernel updater and installed the latest stable version. That updater is well worth the $4.99. I havn't had a chance to mess around with any of the settings yet.
     
  8. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    using the stock rom on my xperia mini pro..
    "4.1.B.0.587" i only modified it myself a bit, removed teh bloatware, kinda, tuned it here and there, with Pimp my rom and thats mostly it.

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    i wanted to try out other roms, but im not really shure how to do it..im new to this android thing.

    i got root access but my bootloader is LOCKEd, for DRM and other reasons..Is it possible to flash a rom on to it with locked bootloader?

    I do have a clockwork backup mod (X-Parts) on my phone and it works..

    -BetA-
     
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    Labyrinth Ancient Guru

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    Nexus 7

    I use Cleanrom 3.0 with the Motley kernel
    Managed to lower the voltage by 100mv too
    [​IMG]
     
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    Still have not looked into this yet, Will do soon, I still have that link that you posted in the other thread Labyrinth:)
     

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    CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies motley or franco kernel.
    Nexus 4 (big upgrade from my Galaxy S 1 same ROM though ;))
     
  12. Scerate

    Scerate Maha Guru

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    HTC One X+ using AOKP 4.1.2 + Blade Kernel (Kernel: which is mostly stock with some tweaks like Swipe2Wake, actually the OneX+ forums on XDA is almost dead, i have to really get a new nexus phone after the Nexus 4)

    Nexus 7 + SGT7 + motley latest(a real fully tabletized rom but using custom DPI of 160 too and oced the N7 to 1.6ghz which actually boosts a lot but only undervolted about -25mV)

    SGS3, GNEX, SGS2 i used almost everytime ParanoidAndroid
     
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    Same, it's great, enabling you to tweak & get the most out of your device.

    I had the very same version on my old Galaxy Tab 7.7, it was great.
     

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    deltatux Ancient Guru

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    I switched ROMs today for my Nexus S, I'm now on JellyBean-TSM. Seems to work way better than SlimROM. SlimROM has been rather laggy it seems and their beta for Android 4.2.1 is pretty much unusable because it drains battery for no apparent reason, even with all data and WiFi off.

    I also flashed Air Kernel R292 (Linux kernel 3.0.57) and seems to work better than TSM's stock kernel.

    [​IMG]

    deltatux
     
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  17. PhazeDelta1

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    deltatux Ancient Guru

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    Since I got my Nexus 4, I've been running XenonHD (had good experiences back on the Nexus S) and I flashed the Matr1x kernel (had good experiences on Nexus S as well).

    However, I underclocked my CPU to 1.35 GHz, I didn't really see any reason why I need it at the full 1.5 GHz clock speed seeing how it's still very smooth at the lower clock speed and the fact that I rather have better battery life out of my phone lol.

    [​IMG]

    deltatux
     
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    deltatux Ancient Guru

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    Problem with the HTC One X+ is that it's a newer revision of the HTC One X but for many who wanted HTC's flagship already got it and didn't see why they would want to get the X+ unless they didn't get the phone yet. Hence, the development page is kinda dead.

    If you look at the HTC One X or Galaxy S 3 development page, you'll see a lot more activity.

    deltatux
     

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