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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Custom Rom 

मोबाइल फ़ोन में फ्लशिंग के वक्त उपलोड के गयी वह फर्मवेयर जो किसी गूगल के आलवा किसी तीसरे  डेवेलोव्पेर ने बनायीं है इससे Un-official Rom कहते है  |
Custom ROM is the Android version which is not officially provided but customized and distributed by other developers
ओरिजिनल (STOCK ) रोम जो गूगल ने बनाया है कस्टम रोम जो देवेलोपेर्स बनाते है स्टॉक रोम में गूगल के सारे एप्प प्री इनस्टॉल रहते है पैर कस्टम रोम में गूगल के एप्प को अलग से डाउनलोड (GAAP) कर के फ्लशिंग के साथ उपलोड करना पड़ता है |

Why to choose Custom ROMs?

Custom ROMs are the ones which are customized or developed from the original source code of Android and differ from it in features and/or looks. Custom ROMs are not provided by Google or other mobile vendors but are developed and maintained by community and its contributors.
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    1. Root Access

Custom ROMs provide you root access in your Android system. Root access in Android/Linux is like the administration permissions in Windows – you get permission to do almost anything in your phone/tablet. Isn’t it wonderful? Many of the people (including me) get rid of the Stock ROM to enjoy root access – you become the master of your Android – you decide what apps will be installed, which services will run in the background and many other similar permissions.
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      1. Regular Updates

Updates or new releases are more regularly released for Custom ROMs than Stock ROMs. Many of the times, a new Android release come in the market but your phone company don’t provide the update for your phone. Then where you stand? Your mobile vendor forget about your phone and start focusing on its new models. But the community supports you – people releases custom ROMs of new Android releases even if your mobile company don’t release the update for your phone. Using Custom ROMs, you always have the option to try new Android versions. For example, Android 4.1 (JellyBean) is the latest release at present but Sony has denied releasing it for Xperia phones announced/released before mid 2011, but CyanogenMod (the most popular Custom ROM of Android) is working on beta versions of 4.1 version and will soon be releasing the final tested version of JellyBean.
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      1. Easy to Change

Once you’ve rooted your phone and installed a Custom ROM, it’s very easy to change and install different Custom ROMs of your choice without any hassle. If you’ve installed a custom recovery (like ClockWorkMod) then you can easily install Custom ROMs by just downloading the zip package of the ROM, putting it on your phone’s SD card’s root directory, rebooting your phone and opening the recovery, and installing that zip file after cleaning your system and data partitions.
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      1. Better Performance

Custom ROMs allow you to install/remove apps, change background services and set many other performance tweaks. This make Custom ROMs perform better than Stock ROMs in most cases. Custom ROMs are not bulkier as Stock ROMs and are not bundled with lots of pre-installed apps and services – this make it even faster and perform better.

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