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    I'm looking at getting a custom ROM for my phone and wanted to know what people though was a good one to use. Thanks for your help.

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    Whompasaurus. Close to stock. Customizable. Fast. Incredible battery life.

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    Being a neophyte, after flashing a new ROM, how do you get back to the stock ROM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rdean61 View Post
    Being a neophyte, after flashing a new ROM, how do you get back to the stock ROM?
    In xda, they have stock roms posted as well... simple as downloading, booting into recovery, wiping system, flashing stock rom, reboot, profit.

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    I can confirm Whomp is a good rom, as well as Mack's rom also. I've mostly been running those for the past 3 months.

    AOSP roms are getting really good now too for the Sprint N2. Actually looking into trying slim rom later today I think for something different since I don't use any of the samsung apps anyway.
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    Swamp Monster, and Lab Rats are very Stable and fast.

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    I have the goodness and it has every customizable option you can think of.

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    I run jellybomb v17 and mijjahs goodness noteworthy roms. Both are excellent choices with lots of options.

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    Im running ProjectROM UltraLight Edition 2.6, but the developer stopped supporting the ROM. He no longer rolls with Sprint, but who can blame him for that, lol. Its a stock ROM, with many cool mods/tweaks.

    Right now, Im looking for a new ROM, and I might Give CM 10 another go at it.
    Rolling with Sprint since 3/99...

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