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Its the general setup. Kernel doesnt play a role too much. With the same governor and same settings on different kernels I get the same results. So go ahead and use googy. The apps, reception, etc. are more important to battery life in my eyes

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Using your configuration I got really long stutters on latest BeanStalk with Boeffla 5.2 rc3 Really sorry for that. I will try to bump it just a bit to still be usable. Also, this .bcprofile file works with other kernel manager apps, or only with Boeffla one ?

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What is better for more battery life : Using ART or using Dalvik for greenify?

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What is better for more battery life : Using ART or using Dalvik for greenify?

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Technically, in my opinion, it is better to use ART, as the app it is already compiled, and it does not need to stress the CPU every single time you open an app. Please someone to correct me if I am wrong.

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Using your configuration I got really long stutters on latest BeanStalk with Boeffla 5.2 rc3 Really sorry for that. I will try to bump it just a bit to still be usable. Also, this .bcprofile file works with other kernel manager apps, or only with Boeffla one ?

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The config is only meant for the boeffla config app. The config is not providing a smooth interface, but that doesnt bother me at all. I get no hangs though. Probably the low voltage plays a role there.

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I dont know, is this good battery life? using neat v6.5 with boeffla. No OC but zzmoove governer with battery yank and idle mode as AFTR+LPA with multicore powersave. no lag at all while browsing web or anything.

for 68%(but its from 100%, so first few wear off quickly) - 3days on, 2.5hrs screen, 1hr 47mins calls and near 0.5hour web in 3g. I surely hit 4 days mark with 3hrs battery and 2.5hrs call time.

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I dont know, is this good battery life? using neat v6.5 with boeffla. No OC but zzmoove governer with battery yank and idle mode as AFTR+LPA with multicore powersave. no lag at all while browsing web or anything.
From my point of view, yes, it is. Now, it depends on your needs. If can get you through a normal day ( and I see it does) then, yeah ! If you have to travel a lot, and you are far from a charger, it is good again. It really depends on your needs. If you don't feel like "Oh, my god. I just left home with 100% and now it is XY. I should have taken the charger with me" then it is awesome

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From my point of view, yes, it is. Now, it depends on your needs. If can get you through a normal day ( and I see it does) then, yeah ! If you have to travel a lot, and you are far from a charger, it is good again. It really depends on your needs. If you don't feel like "Oh, my god. I just left home with 100% and now it is XY. I should have taken the charger with me" then it is awesome

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thanks man, I freeze and removed lots of bloats to get this, Im on neat 6.5 for 2.5 weeks now cuz of trying to achive better battery with only rom and kernel without 3rd party tweaks, guess im done and its sick to stay on one rom for long
 
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Using UltimaRom 17 beta with Boeffla kernel 5.2 - zzmove moderate kernel,
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