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Default [Q] Which kernel for best battery life?

I'm using cm10.1 rom and its original cm kernel. which kernel has the best battery life?
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Originally Posted by raiddx View Post
I'm using cm10.1 rom and its original cm kernel. which kernel has the best battery life?
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try all available kernels and make your own comparison
HTC Desire S MDDI - Ice Cream Saga
HTC 8s - Windows Phone 8.1
HUAWEI MediaPad 3G - CM10.1
Acer Aspire S3-371 - Windows 8.1 Embedded Pro
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As SimonTS mentioned, these kind of threads aren't allowed on XDA as they usually result in arguments/disputes between users of different kernels + it appears to be disrespectful to ask which is the BEST (whether that's your intention or not).

The best way to find out which kernel is most suitable for you is to test them out for yourself. That way you can truly find which had the better battery life/performance based on your own usage.

Due to the reasons mentioned above, Thread Closed!

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