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Thanks again From your own experience what would you recommend TWRP or CWM
Philz touch. Its cwm based, more features than twrp and cwm put together and more stable than both too.

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I guess all of these CPU speeds and undervolt can be changed at any time withouth erasing anythign right?
You can set up virtually any configuration with Franco. But, again, I suggest you try his default settings first. He put a lot into figuring it out, and his findings likely are the most reliable. I've never felt the need to customize the kernel any differently.

Some people, however, really like to mess around with the settings as a kind of hobby. I used to do so, and it's a lot of fun (and headaches). So, if you want to get into it, go for it. There are numerous apps you can use to tweak all those settings.

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Philz touch. Its cwm based, more features than twrp and cwm put together and more stable than both too...
I know, I've been meaning to check out out. Thanks

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You can set up virtually any configuration with Franco. But, again, I suggest you try his default settings first. He put a lot into figuring it out, and his findings likely are the most reliable. I've never felt the need to customize the kernel any differently.

Some people, however, really like to mess around with the settings as a kind of hobby. I used to do so, and it's a lot of fun (and headaches). So, if you want to get into it, go for it. There are numerous apps you can use to tweak all those settings.

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I know, I've been meaning to check out out. Thanks

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I noticed that by default it has 2 cores working and then uses the other 2 when required... This might sound stupid but did stock already do this?
 
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Try greenify and xposed framework.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...reenify‎
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Im running the catalysm rom + franco kernel undervolted (which by the way decreases the temperature) and under clocked to 1728mhz. I also am using greenify + xposed. Finally I turn off location reporting, touch sounds, always scanning wifi and set location to "battery saving" mode. Without any gaming I get around 5hr of screen on time. Straight gaming gives me around 2.5hr of SOT. Usually I get around 4hr from my regular day. Any other tips for battery?
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