1. BenjoBrigattaRossa's Avatar
    Ok,guys Im sure that you had this question before,Im sorry but I dont know anything about android,well not anything but....
    So I bought chinese phone to see how they made them,Im very happy with the phone but I want to put a new rom.Everything is ok with this one,I dont have problems,should I change? How to change rom ? WHat I need to do ? As i seen there is not a lot roms for Cubot One ? Can i put some none cubot one rom made for ?
    Basic Information
    Model Cubot One
    Band 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
    3G: WCDMA 850/2100MHz
    Sim Card Dual SIM Card Dual Standby
    Service Provide Unlocked
    Style Bar
    Color Silver,Black
    Shell Material Plastic

    System
    OS Android 4.2
    CPU MTK6589T, Cortex A7 quad core, 1.5GHz; GPU: PowerVR SGX 544
    ROM 8GB
    RAM 1GB

    Screen
    Display Size 4.7 Inch
    Type IPS,capacitive touch screen
    Resolution 1280 x 720 pixels
    Screen Color 16000K Colorsthese are specs.
    Thanks if you help and if you dont thanks again.Sorry for bad english,hope you underastand me
    10-13-2014 12:16 PM
  2. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    Welcome to the forums. The downside to getting phones that are somewhat unpopular, is no one develops for them. You can try looking on CyanogenMod, but I doubt you will find anything.

    Sent from an AOSP M8
    10-13-2014 01:16 PM
  3. BenjoBrigattaRossa's Avatar
    Welcome to the forums. The downside to getting phones that are somewhat unpopular, is no one develops for them. You can try looking on CyanogenMod, but I doubt you will find anything.

    Sent from an AOSP M8
    I thought because of procesor.Well than I have to save money to buy some popular.Thanks anyway
    10-13-2014 02:45 PM
  4. Rukbat's Avatar
    To answer your first question, if everything is okay with this phone, and you have no problems with it, you shouldn't put a new ROM on it. The only reason to flash a new ROM is that the new one gives you something you don't get with the stock one (even if it's just more speed), that you want - and the new one doesn't take away anything you need. (Like, some ROMs may not handle the GPS properly, and if you use your phone for navigation, that would be a deal breaker.)

    If you want to change the look, install a different launcher, install different icons, install different wallpaper. The Play Store is full of them, many of them free. (The first thing I do with a new phone is install the free version of Nova launcher. My wallpaper is usually something to do with the next holiday (I haven't put any Halloween wallpaper on yet).
    10-13-2014 03:04 PM
  5. BenjoBrigattaRossa's Avatar
    To answer your first question, if everything is okay with this phone, and you have no problems with it, you shouldn't put a new ROM on it. The only reason to flash a new ROM is that the new one gives you something you don't get with the stock one (even if it's just more speed), that you want - and the new one doesn't take away anything you need. (Like, some ROMs may not handle the GPS properly, and if you use your phone for navigation, that would be a deal breaker.)

    If you want to change the look, install a different launcher, install different icons, install different wallpaper. The Play Store is full of them, many of them free. (The first thing I do with a new phone is install the free version of Nova launcher. My wallpaper is usually something to do with the next holiday (I haven't put any Halloween wallpaper on yet).
    Thanks ,I wanted to change because of kit kat, but nvm when i inszal a launcher i need to get in and if i press home button send me to clasical launcher,how to he send me on installed
    10-13-2014 04:39 PM

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