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Topic # 113486 18-Jan-2013 13:25
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I have an old LG 2X that on paper should be a fairly good phone and I have read online they they can be pretty good with the right ROM. But with the standard OS its pretty horrible. Normally I leave my devices well alone for warranty purposes and for the fact I have always had high end phones so they have performed well out of the box. This phone will be for my wife to use and will be her first smart phone so I would like it to run smoothly and not stall or lag etc so I don't ruin her smartphone experience!

Can anyone recommend which ROM would be best to use on it?




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  Reply # 747041 18-Jan-2013 17:43
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Have a look on xda. I'm using paranoid android on my old one, seems OK for the kids to play with :)



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  Reply # 747259 19-Jan-2013 09:17
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Going to try 4.2.1 on it, http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2062573

Will post how I get on later.




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  Reply # 747284 19-Jan-2013 10:38
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Im running CM10:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2058231

The phone is running the best it ever has.

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