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By Rotellian, Member on 30th October 2012, 05:43 PM
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31st October 2012, 12:13 AM |#21  
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For me I found the best combo and its CM10 + marmite kernel, no reboots, no lags, everything works fine, I've flashed a lot of roms and now i'm tired flashing roms and updates. Next time I will flash a rom it will be the CM10 M3 + marmite kernel and stay with it till M4.

Was thinking about going back to stock, too, but custom roms has features that makes the life easier, like profiles, skip tracks with volume buttons, move cursor with the volume buttons etc.
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22nd February 2013, 09:16 AM |#22  
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For me I found the best combo and its CM10 + marmite kernel, no reboots, no lags, everything works fine, I've flashed a lot of roms and now i'm tired flashing roms and updates. Next time I will flash a rom it will be the CM10 M3 + marmite kernel and stay with it till M4.

Was thinking about going back to stock, too, but custom roms has features that makes the life easier, like profiles, skip tracks with volume buttons, move cursor with the volume buttons etc.

I tried cm10 and as i remember it was okay. I used CM10.1 nightlies but i cant remeber why i left it. Now i'm on slimbean 4.2 stable. But it is not so stable. I'm thinking to get stock or better rom. Can you please post link here how can we flash your setup. I'm not clear with kernel flash? I know how to flash rom like cm and others, but dont understand how to choose kernels. Thanks

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22nd February 2013, 10:26 PM |#23  
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I tried cm10 and as i remember it was okay. I used CM10.1 nightlies but i cant remeber why i left it. Now i'm on slimbean 4.2 stable. But it is not so stable. I'm thinking to get stock or better rom. Can you please post link here how can we flash your setup. I'm not clear with kernel flash? I know how to flash rom like cm and others, but dont understand how to choose kernels. Thanks



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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2001684

This is a vanilla "stock" ROM. I have been using it for over a month now. It is very stable, good battery life with the right kernel.

ETA: most recent builds (4.2.2_r1) are on page 47.

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