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Topic # 89808 8-Sep-2011 12:29
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Hey guys,

Some one recently recommended to use Stock Rom on Samsung Galaxy S2. Has anyone tried this yet? Also what really is the stock rom?

Comments n thoughts are welcome.

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  Reply # 518504 8-Sep-2011 12:34
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"Stock ROM" means the one that comes on the phone by default.




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  Reply # 518727 8-Sep-2011 18:59
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They might be referring to the unmodified AOSP rom, so 2.3.whatever without touchwiz. 




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  Reply # 518760 8-Sep-2011 20:26
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  Reply # 518771 8-Sep-2011 20:49
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Er yeah "stock rom" is the official OEM ROMS..

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