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    What are you trying next?

    So given the recent events, what Rom will you be trying next. I am asking in the DT thread b/c I figure we all love his work and will be looking for something similar. This is not a thread to say "I am not going to try anything else" if you are deciding to stick with Axiom 2.4 that is fine, I can't blame you, I just want to know what you plan on moving on too.

    It's hard to stick with a rom with the knowledge that there is not more support for it.

    So I ask again, those that love DT rom, what do you plan on trying next and if you tried other roms already is there one very similar to DT?

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    probably sourcery. big fan of it on OG droid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axium View Post
    probably sourcery. big fan of it on OG droid
    Report back with your findings. I've decided to try out codename Android. D/l now, I too will report back.

    There is only 1 rom I am unwilling to try/support.

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    will do, just waiting for the next stable release that would outshine axi0m 2.4.. don't wanna be flashing every day again. that was a lot of work lol. edit: what's the rom you don't want to try out? I dont wana try all those CM9 kangs.. atleast for a while anywho
    Last edited by Axium; 01-11-2012 at 03:59 PM.
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    Project Elite, when it comes out, if not too long. Hopefully 2.4 lasts until then.
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    I'm thinking I want to try codename Android as well. Had thought about Gummyjar Nexus...
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    I too am thinking about Codename Android. Looks good and people like it. I am wondering if the support will even be comparable to Th3ory or if it doesn't require much updating right now.

    I am concerned that no other ROMs right now have the overall community support and extra available mods readily available like Th3ory does. I hope someone becomes the front runner soon because right now there doesn't appear to be a clear favorite overall...damn shame...DT come back to us!!!

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    I am running codename android and its a pretty awesome rom. Everything that Axiom had, it has as well. Battery life appears to be about the same, maybe actually a little better, but I have only been on it for 1 day so hard to tell.

    The community is small right now, nut the dev gets back to you quickly and seems to be active in the forum. He's working on an update with a lot of "tweaks", should be out in a couple days.

    I recommend you guys try it out, the more people that more over to codeandroid the better it will be.

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    seriously probably gonna try codenamedroid or gummy next, maybe in a couple of updates. digging the leankernel also.. just loaded up 1.6.4. wondering if the voltage settings really work in setcpu. think i'll tweak them out later when my battery gets fully charged
    Last edited by Axium; 01-15-2012 at 04:52 AM.
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    I loaded Codename two days ago. Seems to be alright so far. Battery doesn't appear as good but I haven't replaced the kernel yet so maybe that will make a difference...we shall see.

    The options are neat but that is all. It runs well overall and I haven't had any issues to report yet. I am still using Nova because no stock launcher can compete so far.

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