20151101 Well Stated +Patrick Hill​

Keith I MyersKeith I Myers2015-11-01 11:40:37-0500 – Updated: 2015-11-01 11:40:37-0500Well stated +Patrick HillOriginally shared by Patrick HillMy evolution using Android..
Get Android… 
Learn to root..
Learn to flash ROM..
become flashaholic flashing multiple ROMs per day crack flashing.
Never having the same ROM/setup for two days in a row
Want more power….
Flash a custom kernel…..
Too much battery being used
Now horsepower  is not so important.. Need more battery life…
Need to squeeze more battery life out of device
Tired of custom kernel stability(even when not OC/UC UV)
Stock kernel… custom ROM, rooted..
Tired of all the bugs and little nuisances in custom ROMS..
Stock rom, stock kernel… still rooted of course
Root?  I don’t need root anymore..
Completely bone stock
The end…Shared with: Public+1’d by: Hervé-Serge Menyonga, Jaromir Sir, Joseph Cappellino, Siva G, Killa Gaming, Phillip Buckingham, Martijn Kuenen, Andrew Myrick, Philip Sieder, Michael Moyer, Patrick Campanale, Tomas Valainis, David Wille, Rob M.Reshared by: Andrew Myrick, Tomas ValainisRob M. – 2015-11-01 11:43:29-0500That’s me too. Stock now, and loving it unrooted. Miss some features from custom ROMs but the “risks” started to outweigh the benefit. Was no longer fun either.Lauren Weinstein – 2015-11-01 11:52:59-0500 – Updated: 2015-11-01 11:53:24-0500Not a practical procedure for perfectly good devices that Google has quickly abandoned supporting and that you don’t want to relegate to the landfill. There is no bone stock for such. Often not even official security fixes. It’s a horrific waste given how many people can’t afford to keep upgrading to the latest and greatest every couple of years. Shameful, really, because Google could do so much better in this regard. So rooting and ROMing is the only solution. Of course if you’re rolling in dough, you don’t care.

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