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Default what is the best echoe rom for a galaxy S4 I9505

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I really like the Echoe roms but was wondering which Rom is the best for your battery life?

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Try it out for yourself. This question is not allowed here, because there is no best.
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Samsung Galaxy S 4 I9505 | WanamLite v1.5

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Samsung Galaxy S II I9100 : AOKP 4.2.1
HTC Touch Pro2 | ROM: Valkyrie 6.5.23115TR2.5
HTC HD2 | DarkStone1337 [FroyoStone Sense - V3.2]
HTC Desire : Oxygen v2.1.3
 
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Try it out for yourself. This question is not allowed here, because there is no best.
perhaps not the best question but in your experience or from others they might say this custom rom is good for battery life and the other aint
 
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perhaps not the best question but in your experience or from others they might say this custom rom is good for battery life and the other aint
Then they don't know what they are talking about. There is no big difference between roms in battery life. There can be a difference, but that comes from how the user uses his phone and/or if it's an AOSP rom or the rom uses a different kernel with maybe some tweaks.

Every rom that claims that it has the best battery life, the fastest and the smootest is lying. They can never prove it and a good rom doesn't need those claims
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Samsung Galaxy S 4 I9505 | WanamLite v1.5

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Samsung Galaxy S II I9100 : AOKP 4.2.1
HTC Touch Pro2 | ROM: Valkyrie 6.5.23115TR2.5
HTC HD2 | DarkStone1337 [FroyoStone Sense - V3.2]
HTC Desire : Oxygen v2.1.3
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1) Use the latest one unless you read something that would justify using an older echoe rom.
2) Do NOT ask for a 'best rom' on XDA, ever. This WILL be shut down.
3) What is the best? One with all TW features, the fastest, the slimmest, the longest battery, the most processing power, more gpu, less gup, more apps, less bloatware, more features? There is no such thing.

Do NOT ask for an ETA, do not ask for a best ROM. Read the XDA charter or watch the intro video (it's like 90 seconds long).

I'm not trying to have a go at you, but if you don't read the basic stuff here you perhaps should not be flashing ROMs on your phone. The best advice for rooting/installing/flashing is always read, read and read some more.
 
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"Best" ROM/kernel threads are not allowed on XDA.
Please test these things for yourself.
This is the only way you will get an unbiased opinion,and then, you can decide for yourself if it meets YOUR needs.

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