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Default [Q] Best/most famous kernel for Tmo Note 3

As asked in the subject, what's the best or most famous kernel for T-Mobile Note 3? I'm coming for S4 forums, so I'm not too familiar with the kernels that are available for this device. As of right now, I'm running stock ROM with wanam module. Not planning on flashing any custom ROM atm but I am looking forward to a custom kernel that is faster and gives more battery than the stock. I would appreciate if yall could share your experiences.

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Compulsion kernel

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As asked in the subject, what's the best or most famous kernel for T-Mobile Note 3? I'm coming for S4 forums, so I'm not too familiar with the kernels that are available for this device. As of right now, I'm running stock ROM with wanam module. Not planning on flashing any custom ROM atm but I am looking forward to a custom kernel that is faster and gives more battery than the stock. I would appreciate if yall could share your experiences.

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I too favor compulsion kernel and would definitely recommend it for great battery life and buttery smooth performance. I see in the general thread you have started a kernel bible with links, very generous of you and very welcome as well since it will help newcomers that don't know where to look at first for their first custom kernel.

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Depends. You on 4.4.2?

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There is no "best" kernel.
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Stable kernal is good kernal. I am running 3.40 jeremyn@jeremyn-MS-7850 #1 with Jedi KK rom. Very stable and fast.

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