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Hi there, I'm using CM11 nighties and it miss some things yet (due to development process tough) but it's the best ROM I tried so far. So here is my concern there is any tips/guide for optimize my phone Galaxy Nexus in order to get best perfomance and less battery drain? I tried to flash Mpokang Kernel but without success since I get a boot loop or my phone doesn't start so any guide or tips for saving battery time and get the best performance on this phone?
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Hi there, I'm using CM11 nighties and it miss some things yet (due to development process tough) but it's the best ROM I tried so far. So here is my concern there is any tips/guide for optimize my phone Galaxy Nexus in order to get best perfomance and less battery drain? I tried to flash Mpokang Kernel but without success since I get a boot loop or my phone doesn't start so any guide or tips for saving battery time and get the best performance on this phone?
Try ASKP kernel. I think its the best. Also, many people recommend Fancy kernel too

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If you want performance you should flash mpokang. I recommend 1080p version, I don't have any issues with it. If you want battery life you can flash Tiny kernel, it has good performance too but it is slower than mpokang. I used fancy some weeks ago but with different rom (Paranoid) and previous version of kernel. Now I have official CM 11 and mpokang 1080p.
 
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Hi there, I'm using CM11 nighties and it miss some things yet (due to development process tough) but it's the best ROM I tried so far. So here is my concern there is any tips/guide for optimize my phone Galaxy Nexus in order to get best perfomance and less battery drain? I tried to flash Mpokang Kernel but without success since I get a boot loop or my phone doesn't start so any guide or tips for saving battery time and get the best performance on this phone?
There is nothing much to do other than making sure your apps behave, stay in areas with good phone signal (and use airplane mode when there isn't signal), don't use high brightness.
 
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Toggle wifi off and gps off when not in use. If you have a verizon GN, then toggle off LTE and use 3g only when you have low data needs. Unfortunately, this phone sucks battery down like no other.
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