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Keith I MyersKeith I Myers2013-11-30 20:02:37-0500 – Updated: 2013-11-30 20:02:37-0500Originally shared by Android Headlines – Android News & Tech NewsFeatured: Top 10 Custom ROMs for the Google Nexus 5 http://www.androidheadlines.com/2013/11/featured-top-10-custom-roms-google-nexus-5.html

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#Android   #Nexus5   #customroms   #Cyanogenmod   #aokp   #paranoidandroid  

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Shared with: Public, Rob M.+1’d by: Craig Chamberlin, Rob M.Rob M. – 2013-11-30 20:06:05-0500I am so incredibly happy with my N5 stock; I even compiled a ROM today, ran it for 5 minutes before I missed the simplicity of unrooted stock. Not sure what happened to me, don’t feel feverish.Keith I Myers – 2013-11-30 20:08:40-0500+Rob Maynard – Android has come a long way. As suprising as it sounds, I have not even rooted my Nexus 7 or 10. I dont have a Nexus 5 (using an Oppo Find 5) and am running OmniROMRob M. – 2013-11-30 20:13:15-0500 – Updated: 2013-11-30 20:13:32-0500I returned my N7 to stock as well. Android has indeed come a long way, ICS got the ball rolling as far as stock being (almost) livable. The only things that I’m missing on my phone at this point are Profiles and QS tiles, but I’ve learned to live without them.

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