New to Roms, is there a stock ics rom for the D3?

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    that is working in everything from camera to sound to bluetooth? This EOL thing has me now considering roming my phone for the 1st time, since the D3 unrooted is buggy.
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    Not yet, but hashcode is getting close.

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    Give maverick(mavrom) a try if you decide to root/rom. You'll be more than satisfied.

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    I'm staying stock rooted until an ICS rom. I was going to just stay stock rooted and wait for ICS officially, but seeing as how that now seems unlikely, I'll be looking for a nice solid ICS rom.

    After getting used to the stability of Sourcery for the D1, I'm finding it hard to get myself to try new roms on my D3, but ICS might break that trepidation.
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    You said you want stability, MavROM is the place to go. By far more stable and has better battery life than stock. Hashcode's ICS is pretty stable but the camcorder and FFC dont work. Plus its still beta so there are bugs. I suggest installing safestrap and playing around on your safe system. then you can return to non-safe for stock system.

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    I am with the OP on this one. I want the ICS but not until 100% stable.

    I also have no clue how this process works, if it is dangerous and the full implications of doing all of it.

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    FFC is in the works, a patch is being tested now.

    Bluetooth is in process of being fixed.

    IMO, I think Motorola is waiting until Hashcode is finished so they can copy his work...lol
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    LOL. Honestly, I wouldnt be too surprised if that ended up happening. With Google now owning them, you'd think all their phones would be on ICS by now.

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    I found this on the AOSP rom post and It works thats just freaking awesome
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