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    Hey there everybody! I have had my GNex for a few weeks now and one thing I've noticed about CM10 is that there is still a bit of lag. Not enough to make it unbearable but enough to irk me. I have thought about returning to stock, but I wanted to know before I do that if there is any roms you fine folks here recommend that are as buttery smooth as stock. Thanks in advance.
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    Try AOKP build 4... Nice and smooth and I haven't flashed any kernels or changed settings on the included kernel.. Runs sweet.

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    AOKP runs smooth even on the nexus s 4G. I haven't rooted this one since I've had it but I probably won't since I sold my laptop and jellybean runs flawless. Some appa lag on load up but we all know no matter how fast a phone...
    There will always be service issues. So with that said the only plus to rooting would be all the customization I'm missing out on. O yeah download light flow sick app for notification light if on jellybean stock. It keeps you from having to download a MMS. STAY HIGH ON ANDROID!

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    I'm still on Are-You-Jellin. It's a stock ASOP build for the Sprint GNex, but it was out long before the official update came out. It's basically just like a rooted stock GNex ... just as smooth. After I finish NOVA3, I'm thinking of trying CM10 or AOKP.
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    link to Are You Jell in Aosp ROM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by androidtooley View Post
    link to Are You Jell in Aosp ROM?

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    [ROM][4.1.1] OTA built Stock Sprint 4.1 -AreYouJellin- Updated Oct. 3 2012 - xda-developers
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    Cool. Thanks man. Tethering is working free? Lte?

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    Yep, both work. Just use the native tethering under settings.
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    OK back with the Nexus S 4G I had no problem flashing Roms. Now with the Galaxy Nexus I receive error with droid on his back for all Roms I've attempted to install. Yet I can make ClockworkMod Recovery Backup of my JBOta4.1.1 rooted. Suggestions?

    Update: got a ROM up n working CyonaGen 10. Milestone didn't take.
    Error Status 7

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    Last edited by androidtooley; 10-19-2012 at 07:00 PM.

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