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I was wondering and hoping that someone might point me in the direction of a nice and stable rom for a Nexus One.

Currently I'm running the Rodriguezstyle v2.42 which is pretty stable but I just don't like the iPhoneiness of it too much. And it came bundled with too much stuff that I don't need.

Prior to this one I've had the Cyanogenmod 6.1.1-N1 which I had to remove because I could not get the Market application to run for the life of me.

So, what I'm looking for (ordered by most important first)

  • robustness/reliability
  • speed/performance
  • no bloatware - less is more :)
  • the sense ui (not required but i'd like it if available)
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I recommend the newest version of CyanogenMod, your Market problem was probably a one-off or has been fixed.

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@Matthew - my Market problem has not been fixed. I just re-flashed the latest stable version (6.1.1) for the Nexus One this morning and the same - the Market craps out every single time. That's pretty major! –  Miky Dinescu Jan 30 '11 at 23:27
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That's really too bad. I'm sure the devs woukd be interested in helping you fix it though. –  Matthew Read Jan 30 '11 at 23:47
    
Try doing a full wipe, then flash. –  Ryan Conrad Jan 31 '11 at 0:21
    
@Ryan, I've tried. I wiped everything I could/knew how to. And then started from scratch. I reflashed the baseband to 5.08.04, then flashed the cyanogenmod-6.1.1-N1 firmware. I suspect there's another online backup that cyanogen does because even though I wiped everything from the recovery console and the flashed the baseband and firmware upon first boot the phone still had my wallpaper image.. odd! –  Miky Dinescu Jan 31 '11 at 1:38
    
You may need to ask on XDA or CM forums. I'm not sure what the process of reporting bugs is for CM. –  Bryan Denny Jan 31 '11 at 2:08
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