Good, Stable ROM?

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  1. KSutherland

    KSutherland New Member

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    OK, I had to RSD/SBF my OGDroid back to stock froyo because i was having all the issues like what was in the thread over in the BB forum. So I've been looking around and there doesn't seem to be exactly stable or bug free ROM'S. Does anyone have any suggestions that I may have overlooked for a good stable ROM (froyo or GB) with minimal issues i.e. battery life, FC's and such? thanks in advance for your ideas.
     
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    guidot Developer Relations Staff Member Premium Member

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    D1 was built with Froyo as the last OTA released, so stick with that IMHO.

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    That is what i was thinking about doing and just theming it, unless someone comes up with a better idea ... lol
     
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    Project Elite 4.2

    Best Froyo ROM there is!
     
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    Chizzele Team Sourcery Developer

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    Sourcery Rom, after an hour you would not change for anything. Link in my sig'...
     
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    I have been running this as well and it is absolutely a great rom. I love Droid Concepts as well, but I really prefer just a pure AOSP theme. Froyo runs great on the D1.
     
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    Chizzele Team Sourcery Developer

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    Give Sourcery a Run, the stock theme is very stock like with some improvements, 15 other theme choices are built in for auto flash and the stability and battery life are unmatched. It is Froyo 2.2.2 FRG83G based...
     
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    I've tried Sourcery, but not for too long. I'll definitely give it another go. A sourcery .zip is always on my sdcard :). The amount of customizability is pretty much unmatched. The ONLY issue I have is the need for a server for the rom to fully function. I'm a little uptight about wanting stuff built into the rom software (like cyanogenmod, I just can't get it to run as cool as other roms). It is just a weird preference of mine. It is absolutely a GREAT rom. I definitely like that it is 2.2.2 based as well.
     
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    Try liquid 3.0...sometimes its buggy other times its awesome...it depends on your phone...project elite is pretty good too, also miui is pretty cool and usually stable

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    Chizzele Team Sourcery Developer

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    Gotcha... i actually like the fact that what ever extras you want would be auto downloaded and are not on the rom, 15 themes should not be carried around as you only use one at a time.. :icon_ lala:
    Make sure you have the most recent version Sourcery 2.2 Kang... glad you like it.
     
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    I agree on that. If I was a big themer, Sourcery would without a doubt be my rom of choice. However, I rarely use themes and just love that vanilla look of the OG. It's almost like a tribute I give to how highly I think of the device :biggrin:.
     
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    Idk, most gingerbread roms have theme chooser app now and there are TONS of great theme chooser themes to pick from :) its not quite as convenient but not bad either

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    I stick to froyo on the D1.
     
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    Its all personal preference, gingerbread roms have come a very very long way, it's even more stable than froyo on my phone...however, again, its all in what you want and what your phone likes :)

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    Does Sourcery support wireless tethering on the D1?
     
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