For many, the stock version of Android is often considered the epitome of what the operating system should look and feel like by default. It’s clean and clear of unwanted extra apps that come pre-installed with the system, provides a fluid and fast user experience, and runs on just about any device that has an unlocked bootloader to install a custom ROM with the stock version ready to go.

One significant drawback to using a custom ROM for the stock experience is that you must rely on the developer of the ROM to keep your system up to date. Depending on the developer and the device, you could… more

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