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    Default The most stable 2.2??

    Hi ,

    I would like to know your opion ,about to install the most "stable" 2.2 version, at the moment i have 2.2.3 Mod+X in beta 5.8 ,but sometimes is very slow.. i would like install another one more stable ,i just only need to install some poor aplicacitions like Whatsapp ,facebook and some like these.

    Thanks for your opinion...

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    most stable? probably something most "basic". so i'd try SGM basic edition, or clean CM6 a8.4
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    try this one by ares.
    its the best 8.4 i've ever used
    CyanogenMod 6.1.1 Alpha 8.4 Ultimate Froyo v2.2.9 by Ares



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    try this one by ares
    its the best 8.4 i have ever used on my phone.

    CyanogenMod 6.1.1 Alpha 8.4 Ultimate Froyo v2.2.9 by Ares

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    I was playing with many but this one by ares is the best...could someone tell me how to get stable overclocked spica...sorry and thanks


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    Every single overclock is a fake one. If you want to have most stable 2.2 I recommend you to download SpicagenMod RC1. After changing file system to ext2, flash with the newest Yonip kernel. This should satisfy your requirements.

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