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Default Kernel for battery life.

Hello.
I'm looking for a kernel for the Nexus 4 of course with the best battery life.
I almost don't play games, I just need a kernel with gamma control, sound control, and one that would not cause stutter to the device with battery life.
I used Franco r203 and I had only 1:30hr screen time, now I'm trying Franco r203 Plus but it cause stutter and pretty much the same battery.

Any suggestions?
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I'm currently using hells-Core and have 2 hours of screen-on with 40% battery left.
(Maybe there are better battery-friendly kernels out there, but HC performs pretty well.)
Phone: Nexus 4
ROM: ParanoidAndroid 4+
Kernel: hells-Core
Recovery: MultiROM
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Tablet: Nexus 7
ROM: SlimKat 5+
Kernel: LeanKernel
Recovery: MultiROM
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Phone: Motorola Milestone A853 ROM: CyanogenMod 9.1.0d Recovery: Open Recovery MiniMod by -FuFu-
 
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I enjoy Faux Kernel and undervolt 50 and under clock to 1.2 I can make it through a day no worries but this will depend in your usage as well. I do probably medium of everything such as social networking, internet browsing, emails and some games. I usually end the day with above 20%

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Hello.
I'm looking for a kernel for the Nexus 4 of course with the best battery life.
I almost don't play games, I just need a kernel with gamma control, sound control, and one that would not cause stutter to the device with battery life.
I used Franco r203 and I had only 1:30hr screen time, now I'm trying Franco r203 Plus but it cause stutter and pretty much the same battery.

Any suggestions?
Thanks!
You can try to use r201 is more battery friendly if you like franco.
 
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You can try to use r201 is more battery friendly if you like franco.
Thanks, already got Hellscore and its good .
 
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As you would have already known by know battery usage depends upon ROM build and apps and your usage patterns. To extend the battery a bit more you can Hellscore,Matr1x,Piasek kernels...they gave the best battery life for me. Try and let know

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Hell score or matrix?which should i use i want to have Hood quality od sound
 
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Both are best but Matr1x retains smoothness for me as compared to hellscore.Flash both and test for yourself

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