Which Rom Do You Use On Your Android?
by Amanda Blain
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I've … never… rooted my Android phones. ( =¬_¬=)
I have a G2x and haven't had a reason to… have I?
I am currently using GummyNex 1.2 and LOVE it. I used AOKP for about 2 weeks, great ROM, very stable. I tried MIUI for a day, I really wanted to like it, because it is so different, but the similarity to iOS grinded on my nerves and I deleted it.
I've used Cyanogen, Gingeritis and Liquid Smooth. Liked them all!
I was digging the mostly stock AndroidMe before my phone got the official ICS
CM, Feralab, Doom's, MiUI,
CM9 5-1-12 Nightly. Definitely itching for a completed RC, though!
I used to use Cyanogen. But I changed back because of battery on 3G connection, was not good.
GR6 on an LG Optimus 2X
I kept stock ICS my VZW Gnex
Wanam… Is the one I keep coming back to! But I try out at least a new Rom every couple of weeks! (Sgs2)
Apex 1.1.3 is the last one I had, very stable and customizable 🙂
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CM9 on my Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (R800i Zeus).
The rom hasn't been officially released for it yet though, so I'm using the weekly builds from the Free Xperia team on XDA 🙂 (The team are actual Sony developers working with the CM team!)
Apart from the occasional bugs and the unfinished state of the system, it's an awesome rom.
CM9 alpha 2 on my HP Touchpad
Vanilla ICS on my current nexus devices, cyanogen on everything else that it will run on 🙂
+t grey they have a CM9 nightly build for the Nexus 🙂
+Miah Schmid – One is a work device, which has to keep vanilla on it… the other I could flash, but I guess I keep that way so I can keep up with current "standard" android.
Have you already tried MIUI?
GSM Galaxy Nexus running the best ROM out there (AOKP)
CM9 beta on my Samsung Epic 4G (not to be confused with the SGS2)
I root my Galaxy Nexus so i have superuser to wireless tether for free. But don't have ROM installed.
I have a HTC Inspire 4g Running Cyanogenmod 7.2.0
CM9 Tenderloin (HP Touchpad) awesome!!!!
i have galaxy s plus and like it. its better than apple
+Eli Fulton There are also a bunch of ROMs that are based off AOKP, don't get it twisted 😛
cm9 beta just like +Sergio Corrales
I use CleanROM from scottsroms. Basically he takes the stock rom, removes all the unnecessary stuff, and adds in a few awesome tweaks and goodies. My battery life has easily tripled what I used to get. Though, he doesnt have a rom for the Galaxy Nexus at the moment. maybe if you asked him nicely? haha.
Nexus with AOKP+FrancoKernel
ICSSGS on the Galaxy S i9000. AOSP – Android the way Google intended. AOKP on my SGT7 – a nice alternative to AOSP.
+Cameron Silva .. CM9 with MIUI Launcher pretty much sweetened the deal for me
+Amanda Blain you never told us which ROM you're using.
I tried out the nightly build of CM9 for my GSM Galaxy Nexus, but its not quite stable enough for me for a daily driver, so I switched to Gummy ROM 1.01. Love the boot animation. : P
+Ray Snoke can you provide me a link to this rom ??
AOKP nightlies or milestones
GNex currently pure stock as I am playing with the IMM76K leak that came out. NS4G with CM9 right now but also dabbled with my own ROM from source. I also still use my rooted Droid X2 playing with some of the CM7 builds there. And my OG Droid will still fire up and I keep the latest supported CM7 on it as well. I don't carry insurance on any of my phones I just hang on to my old devices. My XOOM 4G LTE is running CM9 as well. Can't forget the HP TouchPad as well. Hmm after typing all of that out I might have a problem.
Stock Gs2 with ICS.
CM7 nightly on my phone, CM9 beta on my tablet
Stuck on stock right now with my Galaxy S Blaze 4G…not enough development yet..I am having ROM withdrawal.
Currently stock on my new phone but ran Liquid on my Gen 1 Droid. Made up for the fact that Motorola wasn't going to update the phone and ran really well.
Stopped using custom roms, they don't bring me anything extra besides worries and work…
CM on nexus and bonsai on the epic
I have on my Xperia X10 mini pro the CyanogenMod port and I'm really excited about it. It's both fast and a battery saver. I overclocked my CPU from 600 to 729 MHZ and the battery lasts, with normal telephone usage and data, bluetooth and wlan turned off, about 5 days. When I don't telephone too much I get 6 1/2 days battery.
I switch back and forth between CM9 and AOKP on my Epic 4G Touch.
Nexus S – AOKP
My Galaxy Nexus is rooted, and I use a theme, but not a different OS. I was never able to get past a continual start up loop with Cyanogen.
+Rajat Jain Here ya go!