Custom ROMs aren't a special topic: they're relevant to Android, so a question on custom ROMs is allowable and encouraged, as long as it fits the other criteria. One of those is that it should be a specific question answerable with facts. Questions that solicit discussion or opinions are discouraged simply because they don't fit well with the question-and-...
I think I've figured it out, but I'd like some confirmation from Team Stack Overflow if possible.
Of the five deleted answers:
one is from a fairly high-reputation user
one is from a user who got the association bonus and so has 101 reputation points
one is from a destroyed user account
leaving two from low-reputation (10 or less) users
So that would seem ...
The +100 rep association bonus is not counted in the protection algorithm. The post notice states (emphasis added):
To answer it, you must have earned at least 10 reputation on this site.
and the "on this site" part is actually quite literal, though not entirely clear. Therefore, looking at your rep history, you've got +100 for the association bonus and +...
One of the points explained in How does accept rate work? appears to apply here:
The accept rate is calculated on questions that are older than 3 days.
The question in question is not old enough to be counted toward your accept rate yet - it's less than an hour old.
In addition, even if the question was 3 days old, that answer is relatively new. ...
The automated deleter is already very lenient, and only deletes questions which contain content that our contributors have shown aren't useful or relevant to the site. Both of the questions you link have a score of -1. Of the roughly 1000 people who saw each question, nobody thought they were "useful and clear", but at least one person thought they were "...
Regarding some of your specific examples:
This seems like a bug rather than a "real" Android issue - Google Nexus 7 not recognized via USB
I don't really see why that's a problem. People sometimes encounter bugs when using Android. Trying to find a workaround for a bug (if that is the case) is a perfectly reasonable problem to want to solve. How is that ...
This seems like a bug rather than a "real" Android issue - Google
Nexus 7 not recognized via USB
No matter if it is an bug or not doesn't mean that it shouldn't be allowed here. You can't often tell if it's a bug or just a common user error.
Use Google - Is there a valid Android alternative to iTunes U?
This is a borderline question, because it's of ...