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I'm going to try that as i too have rasbean jelly 10/10 build on my ns4g w/ marmite kernel 4.8.7. This combo plays very nice as well. I've had no reboots and the battery life gets me to about 24 - 32 hours of life. Going to see if i can actually beat that with Trinity kernel.
 
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TNS11-JB-ALPHA12 is this the t11 kernel you use?
 
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What are good kernel settings for marmite to get good battery life?

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What are good kernel settings for marmite to get good battery life?

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Well for the 4.8.7 version, the scheduler is CFQ and i use On Demand 200min/ 1000max. I use NS Tools to put the On Demand Sampling rate at 120000 to save battery. This works for me.
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Well for the 4.8.7 version, the scheduler is CFQ and i use On Demand 200min/ 1000max. I use NS Tools to put the On Demand Sampling rate at 120000 to save battery. This works for me.
Ok, will give that a go!

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I'm running cm10 m2 with marmite. So far so good. I'm on smartass max 1200. Very smooth

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How can you use rasbean jelly on the nexus s 3g? I thought it only was for the nexus s 4G version?

Oh one more thing, what does that mean if i change the on demand sampling rate from 40000 to 120000?
 
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How can you use rasbean jelly on the nexus s 3g? I thought it only was for the nexus s 4G version?

Oh one more thing, what does that mean if i change the on demand sampling rate from 40000 to 120000?
Actualy rasbean is 3g, but ported to 4g by Rustyjay

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I'm on The Strawberry rom now. Running very very smooth and I like the battery life aleeady after one day of use. This rom is based on the rasbean source!
 
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CM9.1.0 with default kernel and settings.

It may 'only' be ICS, but it runs better than any JB rom/kernel combo that I've tried on my phone to date.

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