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Rom: SuperOSR v1 | Kernel: Matrix cfs v5.5 | Radio: xxKD1 | Recovery: TWRP 1.0.1

Best combi ever!^.^
 

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"opss said:
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Rom: SuperOSR v1 | Kernel: Matrix cfs v5.5 | Radio: xxKD1 | Recovery: TWRP 1.0.1

Best combi ever!^.^
Same here. I concur. But I am also running the v6 supercharger tweak as well as the 3g and kernel tweaks as well.

Quadrant out the roof. Slick smooth snappy and limitless at this point.

Will do a back up though and try Carbon when it hits 8/2 with new boot animation.
 

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Zuluzulu 1.3.1 2.6.35.13 - netarchy - nexus -1.3.5 cfs 2.3.4 + natas 64 bit

CLEAN STABLE ROM... THE BEST ONE YET
 

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Using MoDaCo rom at the moment (updated yesterday to 2.3.4). In terms of appearance and functions it's pretty much stock but it just works so well in an unassuming sort of way.
 

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Went back to NSCollab
right now trying 1.0.39, at the start i had only one freeze, but it's been running grate now plus it has RTL language support...

i think i'm getting addicted on flashing roms and trying new stuff
 

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opss said:
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Rom: SuperOSR v1 | Kernel: Matrix cfs v5.5 | Radio: xxKD1 | Recovery: TWRP 1.0.1

Best combi ever!^.^
is the best configuration in this moment...

i want to wait the carboon with more tweak...and it will be my perfec rom...
 

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CM7 Nightlies + Matrix Kernel + MinimalBread theme. Perfection. Good battery life, good speed, no crashes. Excellent phone.
 

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CM7 Nightlies + Matrix Kernel + MinimalBread theme. Perfection. Good battery life, good speed, no crashes. Excellent phone.
I love minimalbread. Right now I have Oxygen 2.2.2 with built in modified netarchy kernel and honeybread theme. Honeybread makes it feel like i'm running ICS ;)
 

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Lately I have been running the shit out of Genexus by Drew Garen. It's super fast, real stable and I love the Netarchy kernel it comes with. This ROM is the tits man.
 

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Naa Laa said:
I tried all of the above too but finally landed with OpenSoju (which is not on CWM) - very stable and fast stock ROM with all the necessary tweaks for speed, battery and stability. Be warned its not fancy and the owner has stop updating the ROM. Should not be a problem till Google sends Android 2.3.5 or newer version. Till then you can enjoy the stock experience (that's why you bought the Nexus S). with the root add-on apps.
Currently, using MIUI ROM with Trinity TEUV on Nexus S (KD1 radio) - works great!!!
 

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Carbon with Buglesspetes Kernel on Nexus S (KDF Radio) has been a solid combo for me. I have been thinking about a launcher though. Running stock right now.
 

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Currently stock 2.3.7 with a 1.44 ghz kernel

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I am running the IceCreamSandwich developer preview 2.
Nah, just Oxygen 2.3.1, because it is almost aosp with some tweaks. And that is just how I like it.
On top of that derkernel.com, also known as Trinity (TEUV).
 

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I am running the IceCreamSandwich developer preview 2.
Nah, just Oxygen 2.3.1, because it is almost aosp with some tweaks. And that is just how I like it.
On top of that derkernel.com, also known as Trinity (TEUV).
trololol lol? That would be sweet if you were though, I just want the ICS source drop to happen soon!

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So Carbon with Petes' kernel has been my daily because of the stability they offer. Looking for a little more gaming performance, I tried some other roms. I recently came back to Carbon and with Petes' latest kernel it's nearly flawless. Performance, battery life, everything.

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So Carbon with Petes' kernel has been my daily because of the stability they offer. Looking for a little more gaming performance, I tried some other roms. I recently came back to Carbon and with Petes' latest kernel it's nearly flawless. Performance, battery life, everything.

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suck ass lol

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