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Default [Q] custom rom for xperia TL lt30at ?

i have official jb 4.1.2 firmware 9.1.F.1.120

which custom rom to put in?tnx,sorry for bad english
 
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Honestly, you should experiment to see what roms work best for you. There are a lot of excellent roms on here made by really talented developers who put in a lot of hard work.

I'm currently using Peetr_ 's Hybrid rom. Even with no undervolting (due to locked bootloader), with only setCPU (set cpu profile to 384mhz-486mhz when screen is off) I'm getting insane battery life- 53 hours of standby time without charging and still ticking at 61% (granted, the phone was actually used for an hour.)

Hope you find something you like.

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i have official jb 4.1.2 firmware 9.1.F.1.120

which custom rom to put in?tnx,sorry for bad english
 
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Which kernel do you use?
 
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Stock kernel (the one that came with the phone).

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Which kernel do you use?
 
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Stock kernel (the one that came with the phone).
Refering to my post in the HybridRom thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1018 Do you know if there is a way to install the stock kernel to a unlocked bootloader phone.
 
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As I have a permanently locked bootloader, I am unable to try out any custom kernels. I do have a Nexus 7 FHD with an unlocked bootloader, and by experience, a custom kernel does help with battery life, as it gives you the option to undervolt the phone, among other tweaks already implemented by the developers of the kernel.

I had a look at the NK kernel features, and it does give you those options. Slight undervolting should help. I suggest sticking with what you have. Remember that the main source of battery drainage would be the screen. My screen is off most of the time, with short timeouts and liberal usage of the on/off button (screen is off when listening to music).

Hope this helps.

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Refering to my post in the HybridRom thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1018 Do you know if there is a way to install the stock kernel to a unlocked bootloader phone.
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