Ok, so now what....

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  1. apache36

    apache36 New Member

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    I just made the leap to root. I'm admitedly a super noob, I mean it took me several tries to do the one click root. Now the real question.....

    What ROM? I'd like to have a better radio, battery life and retain everything else pretty much in stock form. I'm gonna need some 3rd grade style instructions to install what ever ROM. Remember.....super noob..

    sent from my rooted Droid.
     
  2. yellar

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    Go here its a sister site to this one has loads of info on roms.

    List of ROMs
     
  3. Srkx Mokwi

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    Download Rom Manager off the Android Market, you'll get some good stuff in the free version, the paid version is way better. It will give you a good amount of ROMs and you can also manage all your recovery stuff like back-ups.

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  4. BayouFlyFisher

    BayouFlyFisher Rescue Squad Rescue Squad

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    Try different roms. They respond differently on different phones. Same holds true with kernels.
     
  5. mwhartman

    mwhartman Super Moderator/RS Premium Member

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    +1 for responding differently on each phone. You should try several. Make a backup anytime you make a change to the OS and you should be fine.

    Mike