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To ROM, or not to ROM?

Discussion in 'Droid Incredible Roms' started by RuLEoF2, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. RuLEoF2
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    I'm seriously considering a new ROM, but I have no real idea on what to go with. Speed and performance is a goal, but Longer battery life is my highest priority.

    Suggestions?

    Thanks.
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    Great beta test and make it sleek

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    From what I've tried nothing really helps battery enough to say ... Use ( superbatteryromhere ) and make things awesome.

    Roms are built with particulars in mind, most of which seem oriented toward personalization.


    I choose so far at least to be rooted and stock.
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    For battery life look to purchase the HTC 1500 mah stock. It's the Evo's stock battery and is said to increase by 20-25%. Amazon has them for 12$. It works for me and I'm running rooted stock sense.

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