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  1. Droid Ninja
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    Unfortunately I'm spoiled with simply stunning...all the extras are just awesome...I've tried many others and only found a couple ok ones...I hate that generic stock feel/look lol

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    My cMetal 11.0 rom for the verizon galaxy nexus

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    Rom- My own cMetal 11.0 rom (linaro enhanced cm-11.0)
    Kernel- ASKP or my modified mpokang v10 superram kernel
    previous phone the trusty ol' droid 1
  2. Master Droid
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    After recently going through a spurt of many different Roms The best combination for my d1 is cm7 & Chevy's 800lv kernel. As far as the cm7 setup, currently running with some build.prop tweaks and latest v6 supercharge. Hands down right now is cm7 lgb2.0 if wanting froyo sourcery and Droid concepts. Also wanted to mention, LP on very low memory usage runs VERY good on cm7 with a vm heapsize of 40m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekgeek View Post
    I wish there was a Liquid Froyo 2.2.2 with all of LGBs updated tweaks. That would be the ultimate rom.
    +1

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    I also agree.

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    I liked SS 5.3 but not 5.4 as much. Unsure why.
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  3. Senior Droid
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    Hands down right now is cm7 lgb2.0 if wanting froyo sourcery and Droid concepts
    I'm not following that last part.
  4. Master Droid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agrajag View Post
    Hands down right now is cm7 lgb2.0 if wanting froyo sourcery and Droid concepts
    I'm not following that last part.
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    Cyanogenmod7 (I'm currently running winner00's nightly build #104)

    Liquid Gingerbread 2.0

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    Sourcery 2.2

    Droid Concepts Build 10(I have yet to try build 10.5)
  5. Senior Droid
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekgeek View Post
    after testing sourcery 2.2 and PE 4.2 I can say the best is still Sapphire. I also liked BB, but it had too many FCs. sourcery didn't like petes kernel, but it was a good rom. PE ran way too hot with petes kernel and locked upon a reboot.

    Sapphire Final with petes .02 1000MHz LV kernel is the best combo for my OG droid.

    I wish there was a Liquid Froyo 2.2.2 with all of LGBs updated tweaks. That would be the ultimate rom.
    +1

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  6. Team Sourcery
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    I'm a Sourcery addict... it has the best combination of features and stability out of every rom i tried.

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  7. Beta Team
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    Pete has a great stock gb rom in the works with GPA16. While stock, it's still one of the best gb roms I've ran so far. It's still in the beta phase, but with each update he's getting closer and closer to a perfect build.
  8. Master Droid
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbenson View Post
    Pete has a great stock gb rom in the works with GPA16. While stock, it's still one of the best gb roms I've ran so far. It's still in the beta phase, but with each update he's getting closer and closer to a perfect build.
    Once it becomes more mainstream I'm going to be switching over. Unless the continued development becomes just as good as this cm7 setup I got going which very very close to being flawless

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  9. Senior Droid
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    More mainstream? I believe it is the most popular rom. I don't like stock though.
  10. Beta Team
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    Yeah, its definitely the most popular. Maybe he meant more streamlined?

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