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performance control....comes with AOKP roms and Orca rom that I know of. Same thing as setCPU
 
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What kind a battery life have you gotten with this kernel and under voilting? With out any WiFi its so frustrating to see people post pictures of battery life when they been on WiFi the whole time.

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What kind a battery life have you gotten with this kernel and under voilting? With out any WiFi its so frustrating to see people post pictures of battery life when they been on WiFi the whole time.

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5 hours screen on with wifi and 3 to 3 and a half when using 3g off and on. Usually get around 4 on an average day of using some data at work and then being on wifi during the evening.
 
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Must say lean combined wit orca rom started sketchy. But with some tweaking today , things are now running great... Hope day 2 gets even better.

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My battery is abysmal on mobile data and pretty good on WiFi no matter the ROM/kernel combination.

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My battery is abysmal on mobile data and pretty good on WiFi no matter the ROM/kernel combination.

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Yup...one day they will figure out how to make mobile data sip battery juice just like wifi....I'll have been dead for 20 years, but it will happen.
 
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On my old Evo it was better than what I experience on the gnex. I think this phone is just less efficient for some reason.

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I find the nexus is one of them phones that almost begs for a extend battery i was able to get my hands on a high quality 4000MaH battery and i get about 12-14 hours of constant streaming of music over 3G with a pretty crappy signal. 20-30 hours over wifi. I get between 6-8 hours screen on time at full brightness 8-10 with auto brightness on so there really cant ask for to much more then that but i only see these kinds of times with lean kernel 230 so any one using the stable i suggest u try this out if u are worried about battery life.
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I use the 2100 oem and it is def better then stock....if u can pick one up. Comes wit OEM back to fit as well.

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Updated !!! 6.1 is avalible ...

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