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[Q] fastest rom and best kernel

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Use FeraVolt's rom v30 with kernel 12.1r ! it's rock !
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I would suggest with the XPERIA X10i, you have to look at the complete package.

You're going to need a good Class6/10 microSD card and with prices becoming lower all the time, I would suggest nothing less than 32GB.
You'll need a good battery. I have chosen a Mugen 1800mAh

No matter what ROM/Kernel you're running you'll need to install Link2SD.
This complements two factors:
(1) Frees up the /data storage space
(2) Gives you the benefits of high-speed read/write.

I use the following ROM/Kernel

ROM: GB 2.3.4
Kernel: DooMKernel V6
Battery Life 1-3 days normal use (7-10 days in standby)
Benchmark: GB 2.3.4 and DooMKernel v6

I don't know what the original ROM was that I install, or if I just installed bespoke applications and libraries.
I do have Sony Weather Widget, swipe to clear notifications, screen snapshot, XLoad and Braiva Engine.

If you're going to watch 720p videos or stream TV to your X10i, you'll need a GB v2.3 derivative ROM as it's the only one that'll support GPU HW acceleration for 2D graphics.
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