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james bond vs franco kernel

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By fix-this!, Senior Member on 10th May 2012, 09:43 PM
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Sorry to make a thread but im torn between these two kernels. What has been your experience with both and which do you recommend?

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I've always stuck with James Bond. It seems less involved and has amazing battery time and performance. Francos looks good too but just way too many tweaks for me to really feel comfortable using it.

Less is more for me and kernels. I want overclocks and better battery, Bond gives me just that.
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franco kernel.
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Trinity kernel is my recommendation
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I've tried both.. my personal experience, i liked the battery life/performance much better with James Bond
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Franco kernel, I've used every other kernel and its the one I keep coming back to.
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