What ROM are you on?

doogald

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I can't use the CM9 ROMs - there are too many things that do not work for everyday use. In fact, almost every Droid 3 custom ROM I find an issue with - if it is not the missing functionality, it's with the mediocre theming, fonts, etc.

Right now I am just running the stock-ish one here: XT862 5.7.906 Update FXZ ROM SafeStrap DST - xda-developers

I don't mind the new Eclipse all that much, except that I don't like the typefaces and the dark theme in GMail all that much. Maverick is probably my third favorite.

I saw Hashcode's blog post the other night detailing why a fully-functional ICS ROM is doubtful for the Droid 3, and that he will shortly try to get a good CM7.2 ROM developed. I've always liked pure Cyanogen, and look forward to trying that one out.
 

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I'm on the stock ROM. Tried CM9 but the wi-fi issue pretty much forced me back. I too read Hashcode's blog post...facinating yet sad all the same.

A CM 7 ROM though...I could live with that.
 

doogald

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Ok, scrounging around for any sort of info on the old phone. Is there one that is a 'must have'? Cm7 looks good, but which version?

There are not yet any fully functional CM ROMs. All are missing something, usually key things - camera, Bluetooth problems, audio problems. It's really best to stick with one of the close-to-stock ROMs (Maverick, the Gingerbread Steel Droid, Liberty.) Or just root stock and debloat it.