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

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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!!

Have been using this for the past month or so. Probably the best ICS rom there is for it.

But, I just sold my sgs2 and used that money for a Google Nexus after the price dropped last week. Will probably stick to stock 4.0.4 as vanilla ICS is just as good as it gets.

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HTC Aria (contract still hasn't expired :/ )

CyanogenMod 7.2 Nightly (April 24th KANG build from XDA)

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CM7 on my Desire Z.

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SGS+ running Android 2.3.6 with the Xperia S launcher

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I have two

Nexus One running ICS beautifully

Galaxy Note running ICS

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Galaxy S with Slim ICS rom and Semaphore 1.1.1s kernel.

Runs perfectly :)

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Galaxy S2 Running Pure-ICS 4.0.3 (cba to update :p)

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Motorola Droid 3

CyanogenMod 9 Nightly

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My HTC desire is running Oxygen (basically 2.3 vanilla Android), and my One X is unmodded running ICS.

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Samsung Galaxy S II (SGH-i777) with AOKP Android 4.0.4 and using the CM9 kernel.

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HTC Desire S with Virtuous Affinity 2.05.0, which is Android 2.3.5 with HTC Sense 3.5.

I've been meaning to update to Cyanogenmod 9 for the past couple of days now to get to ICS 4.0.4 but I don't know when HTC is going to release the kernel source code for it so I don't know whether to update or not...and I do rather like Sense ATM :p

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Galaxy s2 on Tmobile running bloated and ciq infested stock, tried 4-5 different custom roms but none were as good as stock when it comes to battery life and stability.

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Galaxy Nexus rooted with stock Android 4.0.4.

I see no need in flashing a custom rom at the moment as the stock one is perfect.

I do plan to flash MIUI in a few months time once its more developed.

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HTC One X (International)

Android 4.0.3 / HTC Sense 4.0 - Firmware 1.28.401.9

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Galaxy Nexus AOKP Milestone 5 ICS 4.0.4

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hTC Desire HD using a custom ICS rom based on AOKP.

(Man, i wish i had a One X! :()

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hTC Desire HD using a custom ICS rom based on AOKP.

(Man, i wish i had a One X! :()

It's everything you've ever wanted. go buy it! ;o

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LG Optimus 2X (P999) HellFire Sandwich ICS 4.0.4

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It's everything you've ever wanted. go buy it! ;o

Amen.

Got my HTC One X (LTE) last week, I love it to bits. The screen is b-e-a-utiful!

Though I'm not a big fan of sense. Just waiting for someone to make a vanilla ROM now.

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HTC One X with ARHD 4.1, runs smooth and seems to improve the battery life

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Galaxy Nexus AOKP Milestone 5 ICS 4.0.4

Running the same with the Black Exodus Theme.

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Nokia 1100/stock rom

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Galaxy Nexus (Verizon - CDMA/LTE) with BAMF

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myTouch 4G (HTC Glacier)

Customized ICS rom (Zips Creamed Glacier)

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