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What's your smartphone? And what ROM are you using?


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So, I don't know if any thread like this existed before, but out of curiosity, what smartphone do you have, and what rom are you using?

Default AOSP rom? Customized? Cyanogen?

I own a HTC Desire and I'm using CM7. I tried MIUI, but since they are not updating my device anymore, I went back to CM after trying a bunch of diferent roms.

Also tried recently Sandvold ICS and BCM based on CM9, but I always went back to Gingerbread, even though I Sandvold is pretty good. Stable and fast.

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Orange Francisco.

Running CM9, ICS.

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Still using a Vibrant. running the latest Slim ICS ROM

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Atrix

Running a GB 2.3.6 rom called Wet Dream. There are ICS roms, but nothing 100% stable. Probably won't see stable until moto releases ics officially (near the end of the year I've heard).

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I have a Galaxy Nexus and using stock Android 4.0.4.

I don't see any reason to go for a custom ROM at the moment, everything seems okay to me.

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LG Lucid Stock Gingerbread ROM. Still no news about ICS.

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Desire Z. CM 7.2

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Samsung Galaxy Gio with unofficial CM9

Smoother than every other rom avaliable :p

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Orange Monte Carlo / ZTE Skate

Keep switching between CM7.2 and CM9, once CM9 is stable and feature complete I will make the switch full time.

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Sony Xperia S, running the stock Gingerbread right now (2.3.7), but ICS is coming soon. Love it, it's blazing fast and the battery life is pretty good too.

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HTC One X running ICS with Sense 4.0, going to root it and install Cyanogen on it when it's released for the device :)

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DesireHD running IceColdSandwich

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LG G2X running CM 7.2 RC1

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HTC HD7 with Windows Phone 7.5

Samsung Galaxy Nexus with Stock Android 4.0.4

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Nexus with stock 4.0.4 and rooted. Found no reason to use another rom since this is vanilla but customized

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Samsung Captivate (i897). I'm running a modded stock ROM 2.3.5 KK4. It was done by Lords Of The Rom. Using Corn kernel version 7.06 OCed to 1.2 GHz..

Been running this for months.

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Galaxy S2, using hydrog3n rom, really stable and fast,

I never want to use a manufacturer skin again after using stock ics!!

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Samsung Galaxy SII (GT-I9100)

Cyanogen Mod 9 (Nightly build 25th April, ICS 4.0.4 based)

I never want to use a manufacturer skin again after using stock ics!!

So true. Touchwiz is awful!

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HTC Hero CDMA with CyanogenMod 7.2 RC1 - Can't believe it still works even after I've thrown it a few times. This is the best ROM I've used so far.

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Droid X stock, I tried every ROM out there, but honestly on my stock rom I get similar battery life and performance, but no headaches of things not working right. Though with the Droid X the bootloader is locked down so you don't get full rom replacements for stock.

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Galaxy Nexus running the Paranoid Android ROM which is a ROM made specifically for running the ICS tablet UI.

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HTC Desire with Oxygen 2.3, very stable and never needs a reboot unlike other roms *cough* Cyanogen *cough*

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Desire with CM 7.2. And it sucks.

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HTC Desire running ICS. :)

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LG optimus s android gingerbread 2.3.3 carrier rom

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