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Best Kernel for CM7 Nightlies

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5th March 2012, 04:00 PM   |  #1  
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Guys,

What's the best Kernels for this rom - CyanogenMod-7 for Optimus 2X - NIGHLTIES

Would like something stable and would push to 1.5 (currently stuck at 1000 standard)

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5th March 2012, 04:08 PM   |  #2  
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The best kernel I would recommend is ETaNa Kernel (link in signature), because it's really stable for CM, and you can tweak it a lot with spicas On The Fly pack. Also the battery life is awesome with it. Only, ETaNa Kernel doesn't OC to 1.5Ghz. The HOC version OC's to 1.4Ghz and the LOC version OC's to 1.2Ghz. However the difference between 1.5Ghz and 1.4Ghz isn't noticeable. It doesn't make the phone smoother, it only consumes more battery.

But if you want to OC to 1.5Ghz so badly then I recommend Ironkernel for Gingerbread, you can find it in the dev section.
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The best kernel I would recommend is ETaNa Kernel (link in signature), because it's really stable for CM, and you can tweak it a lot with spicas On The Fly pack. Also the battery life is awesome with it. Only, ETaNa Kernel doesn't OC to 1.5Ghz. The HOC version OC's to 1.4Ghz and the LOC version OC's to 1.2Ghz. However the difference between 1.5Ghz and 1.4Ghz isn't noticeable. It doesn't make the phone smoother, it only consumes more battery.

But if you want to OC to 1.5Ghz so badly then I recommend Ironkernel for Gingerbread, you can find it in the dev section.

Hi,
1.2 - 1.4 would be fine also.

I will give it a go!

Downloading this one

1203050915-ETaNa_HOC_DS_OTF_96M.zip 05-Mar-2012 09:15 4.3M

Seems to be the latest.
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1.2 - 1.4 would be fine also.

I will give it a go!

Downloading this one

1203050915-ETaNa_HOC_DS_OTF_96M.zip 05-Mar-2012 09:15 4.3M

Seems to be the latest.

It is the latest, but are you sure you want a 96MB Ramhack? You are aware of the fact that some things might not work right? All in all I just think that 96MB is just a little too big. 48MB should be sufficient in my opinion...
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Hi,

Yeah it's not installing, stuck on boot screen ;-(

Will try different one.

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It is the latest, but are you sure you want a 96MB Ramhack? You are aware of the fact that some things might not work right? All in all I just think that 96MB is just a little too big. 48MB should be sufficient in my opinion...

Ignore,

Took ages to boot but seems to have worked now.

Fingers crossed all ok on 48MB hoc
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Hi guys, i'm currently using Etana, the last release LOC with 0 ramhacked!
Drain battery isn't to high and it's very very smooth ^_*
+1 for Vadonka
5th March 2012, 06:32 PM   |  #8  
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I can also suggest the latest Etana kernel. Works fine.
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Hi guys, i'm currently using Etana, the last release LOC with 0 ramhacked!
Drain battery isn't to high and it's very very smooth ^_*
+1 for Vadonka

I have installed too. Used it long and works great.

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ETaNa kernel from Vadonka is amazing

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1427646

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