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[Q] Which version of kernel to use?

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7th July 2014, 09:29 PM   |  #1  
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Im running Slim Bean for the Tmobile S3 version 4.3.1 - version Slim-4.3.build.2-OFFICIAL-1349 and I wanted to know what version of Lean Kernel I should use, along with what Governor/IO. I did a search and found the Slimbean thread to be closed.
7th July 2014, 11:08 PM   |  #2  
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Search for the ASOP 4.3 version of that kernel in their thread for ur model

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7th July 2014, 11:11 PM   |  #3  
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Exactly what dorian2kx said, and for govs/IO you can use any

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7th July 2014, 11:19 PM   |  #4  
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Compatability with my phone
Hey everyone. I want to flash Siyah Kernel v1.9.2 but i dont know if it will work on my phone. im running stock rom. i have the T999 model. stock kernel. android 4.3. i rooted my phone with CF auto root.

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Hey everyone. I want to flash Siyah Kernel v1.9.2 but i dont know if it will work on my phone. im running stock rom. i have the T999 model. stock kernel. android 4.3. i rooted my phone with CF auto root.

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I don't think so, isn't that an international variant kernel?

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8th July 2014, 12:04 AM   |  #6  
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I don't think so, isn't that an international variant kernel?

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Im not sure but ive seen other tmobile users use it but i want to make sure it works for the custom touchwiz rom running on android 4.3
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Im not sure but ive seen other tmobile users use it but i want to make sure it works for the custom touchwiz rom running on android 4.3

I honestly have not seen it in our forums, search for it and if its not here then it does not support it, do NOT try to flash it in this case.. It could have been a T-Mobile S3 for another country, not the U.S. variant

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Exactly what dorian2kx said, and for govs/IO you can use any

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But what governor/IO for best battery life?
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Yes, but what would be the best combination for battery life?
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Yes, but what would be the best combination for battery life?

Each kernel is different so I don't know. Personally I just used stock on demand and runs great for me. A balance between performance and battery life.. I don't like to sacrifice performance

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