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Rooting or adding a custom rom - ki113d - 02-12-2012

Well, I'm sick of the restriction of Gingerbread and am considering moving to a custom rom or something of the like.

I really want to root my Ace but at the same time I don't want to brick it.
Any tips on what the most stable custom roms are and any tips in avoiding the brick issue?

Liebe Grüße,
ki113d


RE: Rooting or adding a custom rom - dami0 - 24-07-2014

I always recommend CyanogenMod.


RE: Rooting or adding a custom rom - DotDev - 24-07-2014

I currently use Parnoid Saber Droid, I love it haven't had a problems etc. with it, but for stable go with CyanogenMod especially if it's your first time rooting a device.


RE: Rooting or adding a custom rom - dcli - 30-07-2014

I really want to use Cyanogenmod but I don't wanna fuck up anything


RE: Rooting or adding a custom rom - hades - 30-11-2016

I know I'm late, but AOSP is a solid ROM. It's literally nothing but Android and, like, 5 or 6 default apps. Very bloat-free. Pretty much what Nexus *should* be.