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I can't decide, I can't decide!

Discussion in 'Android Roms' started by gilbertorbea, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. gilbertorbea
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    gilbertorbea New Member

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    I like BB 0.4 but the battery % in the icon looks pretty bad and it's outdated, I loved Project Elite's smoothness but I dislike the look of Messaging and Gmail and the extra apps added, Shadow Rom was really great, too, and now I'm going to try Lithium Mod!

    I can't choose between PE, SR, and LM! Helpp!
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    Why not just try all 3 and then decide which one works best with your Droid?
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    Like Hook said, try all of them and then make your decision. Variety is one of the perks of rooting

    Sent from my Droid
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    Follow Hook's suggestion! Give them all a try. Just make a backup before you install and you will be fine.

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    Agreed, try em' all, then decide for yourself
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    How does everyone have time to try every ROM out? Between backing up my current ROM with nandroid (just in case), and then wiping, installing the new ROM, and then restoring all my data and apps with titanium backup, it takes like 30-45 min per ROM... am I missing something?
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    Slow fingers? :icon_ banana: I can swap out ROMs in about 10 minutes.
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    Try a new ROM every day or every few days and see what's best for you
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    I agree with everyone amd you should try everyone you listed...I would suggest running each for at LEAST a week. I find most ROMs all run aweson at first flash, but then some will start getting buggy and slow down and performace just tanks. so you wont truely know if a ROM is teh best unless you give it adequate time running with everyday use.

    I personally started off with AdamZ, then went to BB and then LithMod and now residing with Saphirre...but inbetween ive tried almost all of them...

    the above LithMod and saphirre has been the most stable with performace, speed and heat for me.