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Are you kidding me, guy . My Nexus S can't got 24h with 1500mAh battery
Im not kidding with moderate usage i got over 24h


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Im not kidding with moderate usage i got over 24h


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That's hardly moderate usage if cell standby is equal to screen on time...
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Which kernel do you use?
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If you want a fast & smooth ROM & Kernel then trust me & download Rasbean Jelly & thalamus kernel that's all you need trust me this combo is smooth as butter & you always have lots of free Ram 140mb+ so phone won't slow down!

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If you want a fast & smooth ROM & Kernel then trust me & download Rasbean Jelly & thalamus kernel that's all you need trust me this combo is smooth as butter & you always have lots of free Ram 140mb+ so phone won't slow down!

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that^^ ... tho i use Matr1x and OC mine to 1320MHz... either way... much faster than GB...
 
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that^^ ... tho i use Matr1x and OC mine to 1320MHz... either way... much faster than GB...
I use to flash Matri1x all the time in 2.3 & 4.0. Since jellybean I only really use 2 Roms which are Rasbean & CM 10 & I don't flash any kernel when I'm in CM & if the ROM is AOSP like Rasbean or stock then the only kernel I flash is thalamus.
I can't over OC thalamus kernel but you don't have to its just fast have you tried it? If you haven't tried it do it with Rasbean & use it for a few days see if you like it. That kernel is rock stable so reliable give it a spin! :thumbup:

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I use to flash Matri1x all the time in 2.3 & 4.0. Since jellybean I only really use 2 Roms which are Rasbean & CM 10 & I don't flash any kernel when I'm in CM & if the ROM is AOSP like Rasbean or stock then the only kernel I flash is thalamus.
I can't over OC thalamus kernel but you don't have to its just fast have you tried it? If you haven't tried it do it with Rasbean & use it for a few days see if you like it. That kernel is rock stable so reliable give it a spin! :thumbup:

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eh... i don't like kernels that don't give me options... i don't have to OC Matr1x... but i do b/c the option is there... also bln/bld and most importantly for me wheatley/noop (gov/sch) that i always use... most kernels stopped adding those options... i'm a bit picky with kernels lol
 
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I was running GB, ICS and JB 4.1&4.2 on my NS.
When I bought my NS some weeks later ICS was released.
I tried A LOT of 4.x ROMs and Kernels and configurations on my device.
I don't want to tell you my whole experience with 4.x, so I will make it short.

OC was NEVER stable on my NS.
I had a lot of annoying lags while typing and sometimes opening the app-browser etc. I tried a lot of different keyboards and launchers.

Now I am running GB (CM 7.2) with franco kernel.

Trust me guys... Android 4.x is NOT made for NS. Since I am using GB I am so happy with my NS like on the day I bought it.
It is so much faster and runs stable with OC (1200MHz ondemand).
I dont have any lags on the keyboard anymore (now using Kii Keyboard).

If you don't believe me:
- Backup your apps
- Backup your ROM
- Flash CM 7.2, newest gapps for GB and franco kernel
- Configure your NS and restore some apps (e.g. WhatsApp if you want to write with your contacts while your are testing GB)

If you dont like it you can restore your backup.

The best part is. You don't have to check every day for new updates.

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WOW! i'm going to do a new thread like this, but you're faster than me!!

What about my NS experience?

Early, I was attracted by the upgrade, I wanted only upgrade, new Android version, i wanted only the newer version! But...
... i tried every (+ - ) possibile JB (4.1 or 4.2) but i was never satisfacted by that. The system was often laggy and choppy, with all the rom, also with tweaks and OC. For a long time I used HellyBean or Rasbeanjelly (with DevilKernel o Marmite) but sometimes the system crashed,other times for example, when I opened the messages app, contacts numbers not load immediately and the keyboard did not fit on the screen at once. and this made me nervous!!!

So, after reading a post by thalamus, I wondered if go back to gingerbread would be a good idea.
... Now i'm using CM7.2 , with Franco's Kernel --> the results? --> The phone boot in few seconds ( 10-15 seconds!!), i can OC (and live OC) until 1300mhz (with JB it freezed at 1100mhz), the phone is very very smooth (smoother than first!) and incredibly stable. And with some themes everythings is Holo style. A good launcher instead of Nova? Smart Launcher (only 7mb of ram on 2mb of storage!!!)... and with GB Chainfire3d is good for gaming!

Nexus S is born with Gingerbread, and probably is better with Gingerbread too.. at least for me

Yes, i really love my phone now, and probably i will never return to the run for the latest upgrade.
That's exactly my experience.
 
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I run cm10.0.0 and it runs perfectly and flawlessly. No special kernel or anything. Google wrote the good stuff for 4.2.1 for this device and it shows. Gingerbread might snap around but its so dated now.

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