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KangaKat and Franco kernel. Worry free since this machine came out. Avoid CM, IMHO.

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SinLessRom with ElementalX kernal & a few mods.
Current Phone: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4 16gb White Frost (Wicked Rom v10 w/ktoonsez kernel 4/17 & Pac-Man 3/4 Nightly)-4.3.
Tablet: Nexus 7 2nd Gen 32GB (Pac-Man 4/17 Nightly w/ElementalX 2.10.)-4.4.2.
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PA4 beta with Franco r10 and ART enabled. Butter.

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Currently (I use multirom hack) I am on dirty unicorns with elemental x kernal

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Hay im running Dirty Unicorn(4.4.2) and the latest elementalX kernal and it does charge my nexus 7 with the OTG cable and sends power to my DAC, but the sound is still playing through the speakers of my Nexus.

the DAC im using is the Behringer UCA-222 it works fine with CM10.2, but no OTG charging.

Could someone please help me out?
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There's a reason why these threads are frowned upon, and this is a prime example. To the OP, there are no real roms that are/are not noob friendly. Some just have extra optimizations...it's up to you to utilize them all. As starters, get comfortable with the stock rom, then try the others. Then you can truly determine which rom is best for you AND for your device (since each device may respond differently).
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I'm using CM11 Nightly with the CM kernel, and I got 34 hours of normal use before the battery died. Take that for what its worth

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Wow. Do you remember what your screen on time was?
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