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Anyways I flashed the 1.1ghz/UV Faux it's working with no problems so far I'll stick with this unless it gives me any kind of problem. I will look forward on getting me one of those 3500mah batteries Price/performance they seem worth it though the phone would be fat haha but w.e I like using my data without worrying of low battery through the day.


This is unrelated but just throwing it out there. The Camera ICS+ works great I see an improvement in picture quality compared to the stock and the interface is lovely
 
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Have you not been reading anything on any of these forum's?

I know your new to this ( as you stated) but you keep asking questions that can easily be answered by just searching and reading the forums,

i keep trying to help you by (doing the searching for you) but you just keep asking the same questions over and over,

you have like at least three different forums were you keep asking about kernal's ( and in several of them i have giving you links that should answer just about every thing you need to know about kernals) if you would actually just read them.

Im not trying to flame you... its just that you keep making new threads asking pretty much the same stuff, we can tell if someone is taking the easy way out and just saying that "they searched and didn't find any thing"

the people on here that would actually help you out, know better.
because they read the forums just about every day so we know how many forums that are out their, on subjects such as kernals, like the 3 threads you started asking about them.

so again read and most of your questions will be answerd...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1073626

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1389069

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1558080
 
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He's right only reason I answered and didn't reply in this manner, was cause you typed out so much and I felt bad for you lol... If you answer I don't have time to read and such, then you shouldn't even have time to root the device. Laziness is pretty frowned upon on XDA. The more you read the more you would find out that everyone has different experiences with kernels. Try them out and figure it out on your own... if you have thread already about a kernel or a specific rom to choose stick to that thread and don't make a new one, as it just causes clutter for people that do use the search function, as when they search for something like "which kernel" they get
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...t=which+kernel
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...t=which+kernel
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...t=which+kernel
even more particular in the Hellfire 2.1 thread search "which kernel" and get this
http://forum.xda-developers.com/sear...rchid=11147041

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if you have thread already about a kernel or a specific rom to choose stick to that thread and don't make a new one, as it just causes clutter for people that do use the search function

not so hard!
He has this one...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1594690

and this one...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1588657

and even this one...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1587055
 
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you have like at least three different forums were you keep asking about kernal's...

...just about every thing you need to know about kernals...

...on subjects such as kernals...
ugh please, before i kill myself... its kernel... not kernal *shivers*

its a HUGE pet peeve of mine...
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Should be 48b 49 is only ICS I thought.

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http://rootzwiki.com/topic/1654-g2x-...77#entry471877

Faux has 049 for CM7 according to above link, which is baked into HFP 2.1.
 
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ugh please, before i kill myself... its kernel... not kernal *shivers*

its a HUGE pet peeve of mine...
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http://rootzwiki.com/topic/1654-g2x-...77#entry471877

Faux has 049 for CM7 according to above link, which is baked into HFP 2.1.
048 is cm and ds drivers but 049 is only availible in ds driver for GB
 
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Well the thing is I don't know wich kernel to pair up with Hellfire Phoenix 2.1 so far it's what I have liked the most.

The stock kernel gives funky battery readings, I tried trinity ELP kernel but my phone doesn't last much as I'd like it to maybe I'm asking for too much from my g2x.

So what I would like to know is what kernel should I try for the best battery lifespan I am normally using 4g with pandora but while giving it this use and texting from time to time /checking facebook it doesn't last me through half a day I start using the phone from around 6-6:30 Am and by 1 pm my phone is at 20%. I give it breaks of around 1-3 hours in wich I disable data/ I also keep sync and wifi disabled.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated and +Thanks will be given to those that are helpful


PS.I have yet to try Eaglesblood 2.3.7 is it worth compared to hellfire ?
ELP voltages are probably too low for you, thus actually causing higher drain. Try the T15 and under volt until you find your sweet spot

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