As the title says, dont wanna brick my phone flashing a rom that doesent work properly yet with the new update. Does apex work? Or rubix?
Check the original post (post #1) for whichever rom you are thinking about installing. The developer will have noted which system version the rom is built for. If they support multiple builds with different versions, that is also noted by the dev.
Trust me, no one is here to try and brick your phone due to lack of information. The only one responsible for bricking their phone is the one who doesn't read instructions .
Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy if both are frozen
~ Edward V Berard
The good news is that if you have upgraded to 2.3.340 via OTA (or properly via manual processes), then you can SBF back to 2.3.320 pretty much regardless of how bad you brick your phone. Once you SBF to 2.3.320, then you can "System-Only" SBF to 2.3.340 and then you'll be back to where you are now. Do be careful because that's an annoying process but it's not really all that bad. The first time I had to do it, it took me ~1.5 hours but now I can do that just as quickly as I flash a ROM (now that I've learned how to do it properly and have a machine setup with the proper software on it).
That said, here are the ones I know of (I guarantee I'm missing many, probably some big ones too):
Ultimate Droid RC2
Like I said, I'm most definitely missing some major ROMs. Nothing against Apex, I know it's a great ROM and tons of people love it! My familiarity with it is just dated.
(P.S. Just because I listed the roms doesn't mean I think they're the best. It just means they are the ones I have personally tried on 320/340. In fact, 2 of them were so bad that I couldn't run them for more than about an hour. Actually, one wouldn't last more than about 5 minutes.)
The OP was like... "I want to know if Apex works on 2.3.40... but instead of taking 10 seconds to read ANY thread, I'm going to take 30 seconds to create my own. Cuz I love clutter on the forums, its my favorite."