I find that folk often find the device in an unsupportable configuration with rooted Android. That is, there are issues with this so like a car you built yourself you get to fix it.
I have a phone which is Samsung Galaxy Y Duos and its current android version is Gingerbread 2.3.6 and it is rooted. My problem is that whenever I boot or reboot my phone there is this incident that it would boot up successfully then after more than a minute it freeze for a second and try to reboot again for 2 times and phone shuts down but I've managed to boot it again successfully and use my phone normally. But after that, Juicedefender is always disabled automatically whenever this boot up issue happen. I've checked the JD log and it shows some logs after the boot. It says that: AOSP helper not found or outdated. Regular AOSP installation not possible on android 2.3+. We can *attempt* a dangerous force install of the AOSP helper! Fingers crossed! For now I'm looking for some solutions especially about this AOSP helper. Please provide me with some tips on how to fix this.