Most Android enthusiasts agree Vanilla Android is the way to go, unless you’re an HTC Sense fan. It’s common for users to make the UI one of the most important factors when picking a device, and I know some that wouldn’t even consider purchasing a smartphone with one of these modified versions of Android. Others don’t worry about this at all, since rooting and installing custom ROMs is always an option. But then we’re getting into the whole voiding the warranty deal. Wouldn’t it be nice if phones just came with Vanilla Android? You’ll be glad to hear there’s a...




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