CyanogenMod has solved almost every problem in that aspect for me.Galaxy S4. It's a perfect phone except for the annoying feature that makes the keypad turn off on you when you're trying to use a touch-tone menu.
You ain't really missing out on much. I've got it on my iPad, and it's the sort of thing that looks impressive but you rarely ever put it to any practical use.Currently, I have a iPhone 4 but, I wish I had the 4s so I could talk to Siri.
The samsung equivalent is naff, it's always slower than setting the tasks yourself.You ain't really missing out on much. I've got it on my iPad, and it's the sort of thing that looks impressive but you rarely ever put it to any practical use.
.. Then again, that's just me.
S3, stock ROM but rooted.
So far Samsung ROMS always seemed to be the most stable customized ROMs to me. Companies like LG like to install bloated ROMs on their phones that don't really add a whole lot... Which is why I really enjoyed my LG Optimus when I flashed a CyanogenMod based custom ROM on it! Vanilla Android is a nice experience and I am glad that my new Moto G comes with vanilla Android as well! :3
I may try a custom rom soon, and if so I'll come to you!
I have only recently reformatted mine as the system UI kept crashing and the the apps overloaded what little ram this phone has.
It's in my good books for now, but you can get KitKat through custom fw now so I'm tempted.
I float about there from time to time, when I need a tweak or fix for something, there's so many ROMs though!
My friend has the nexus 4, he loves it. I like my nexus 7 tab, but I couldn't have a google phone. Their avoidance of external memory annoys me.
I liked more the last generation phones when there wasn't touchscreens at all.
And, yea, my current phone is Galaxy S, but i still miss my old one...