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I just got a new nexus and I have a few questions.

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By ashirviskas, Senior Member on 24th July 2014, 07:20 PM
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25th July 2014, 08:22 AM |#11  
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+1 cus you'll only end up doing at a later date regretting not doing it now 😀

Not even close You can unlock bootloader from rooted device without wiping All you need is a Bootloader unlocker for nexus (or something like that) from play store.
 
 
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[I am not going to root it this month, so please, no posts about how it is a must thing to do, why it is beter to do it now than later and so on (especially about unlocking a bootloader - I already know that)]
1. What are a must apps for nexus 5 (non-rooted)? or other, not must, but nice to have?
2. Must have (and cheap, as I've already spent my ~400$ on this nexus) accessories?
3. Just some simple tips and tricks that a new android kitkat and N5 user should know
(This phone is a beast! )

EDIT: Should I update it from android 4.4.2? And ART. Should I turn it on before or after the updates (yes, I already decided on updating and on ART - I'll turn it on after all the updates. So no answers to these needed )

Flashlight is a must. Password Safe is good for storing all your usernames/passwords, and the usual social networking are great for really fast communication
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Should flash franco kernel on stock or not? Will it interfere with ART and overall stability?
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Should flash franco kernel on stock or not? Will it interfere with ART and overall stability?

Flash whatever non-CAF kernel you like. You decide. Will not cause instability or conflict with ART
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Flash whatever non-CAF kernel you like. You decide. Will not cause instability or conflict with ART

Okay. So now I've got franco on it, I already underclocked to save battery, what else I should do? (Thanks for your help )
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Okay. So now I've got franco on it, I already underclocked to save battery, what else I should do? (Thanks for your help )

I would go for PA rom +Franco
Also for more battery check this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49210431
Since you are on franco ,even more battery conserv and smooth system: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=10%22
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Okay. So now I've got franco on it, I already underclocked to save battery, what else I should do? (Thanks for your help )

Underclocking doesn't save battery
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Underclocking doesn't save battery

It *can* but you'd have to only do tasks that take fewer clock cycles than your Max frequency

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It *can* but you'd have to only do tasks that take fewer clock cycles than your Max frequency

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I reclocked it to normal speeds and started with undervolting. I have PVS 3, stable at 300 MHz at 650, 422 MHz at 675 ... 1267 MHz at 810, 1574 at 860, 2265 at 975.
Any more advices?
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I reclocked it to normal speeds and started with undervolting. I have PVS 3, stable at 300 MHz at 650, 422 MHz at 675 ... 1267 MHz at 810, 1574 at 860, 2265 at 975.
Any more advices?

Try the LSD os and enjoy the Nexus5 trip!
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