Need a good reliable ROM

Discussion in 'Droid 2 Global Roms' started by kotarr, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. kotarr

    kotarr New Member

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    need a good reliable rom for my d2g. im kinda new to the droid world.

    would like to have themes, and some sort of overclock. anybody want to recommend a good rom?
     
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    I would reccommend either Angel 0.7.5 located here: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dr...25-rom-release-angelrom-v0-6-2-5-12-11-a.html or the new HeXen rom located here: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/fenom/154796-rom-release-hexen-rom-1-0-0-froyo-final.html.

    Both are great roms. HeXen is extremely stable and its what ive recently switched to. The new version of Angel is also very good. I am having a hard time deciding which i like more. Angel has more themes. I am gonna work on porting some over to HeXen. As for the overclock, get set CPU from the market. imo its the best one.
     
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    Another vote for HeXen

    I was running Fenom until yesterday, when I flashed the new HeXen, since it was forked from Fenom. So far, finding HeXen to be super fast and stable. I think that'll be your best bet.

    I've found no need to overclock.
     
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    I've been running Angelrom on my main d2g for a few weeks now and I love it. It's incedibly stable and the only issue I have is my bluetooth isn't working. I flashed heXen on my backup d2g but haven't really had a chance to play around with it yet.
     
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    Did you sbf, update to 2.4.330, and then flash? Should fix it if not....
     
  6. wildbill86

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    I recently downloaded the hexen rom, I have never tried romming before, so do I really need to sbf before I flash, or nac I just clear data/cache and factory reset, then flash? I also just downloaded the angel rom posted in this forum, whish is most stable, and least buggy, I like my phone to be reliable, but would like to experiment a lil bit too. Also another noob question, these are both d2g roms right, so I don't have to flash that mod to make droid 2 roms work on the global?

    Sent from my rooted D2G
     
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  7. kotarr

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    so what i did... i downloaded the heXen rom and found the droid 2 bootstrap for free online. just do some googling. then i did a fresh wipe, and clear all cache. then did what the instructions said to on the heXen rom page.
    ADVICE----
    after you install and everything afterwards, everytime the bootstrapper program will popup after the M screen. just hit reboot device now, and will reboot and go to your homescreen after loading
     
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    i didnt sbf... im not sure if its the same thing but i just did a fresh wipe of all data and cache with the bootstrapper program
     
  9. wildbill86

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    I have had bootstrapper since I rooted, and have kept up to date nandroid backups, I accidentally earased all my contacts one time, it was nice to just be able flash the backup to fix.

    Sent from my rooted D2G
     
  10. 13th angel

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    No, its not the same because sometimes youll have issues (ie BT not working).
     
  11. wildbill86

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    Ok, if I sbf back to stock, re-root, bootstrap, flash the rom, and decide it isn't for me, I should still have my nandroid back-up on my sd card and it will bring everything back to the way my phone was, password safe apps, picture safe apps, and all right?

    Sent from my rooted D2G
     
  12. shahm0nsterr

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    Yes, a Nandroid backup will reload your entire system similar to a recovery image on windows.
     
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