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Which rom improve battery performance

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11th April 2014, 06:05 PM   |  #1  
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I am looking a best rom for Battery performance. I am using i9500. few times I try some custom roms but I didnt any result. Do you suggest any rom as "flash exactly!" ? sorry for my worse English
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I am looking a best rom for Battery performance. I am using i9500. few times I try some custom roms but I didnt any result. Do you suggest any rom as "flash exactly!" ? sorry for my worse English

"best" rom arent allowed here in xda mate feel free to try them for yourself.
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"best" rom arent allowed here in xda mate feel free to try them for yourself.


No,not best rom. Looking for give best battery usage rom

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I am looking a best rom for Battery performance. I am using i9500. few times I try some custom roms but I didnt any result. Do you suggest any rom as "flash exactly!" ? sorry for my worse English

In my experience, pretty much every ROM will give you better battery performance along with a host of other advantages. Play around with a few til you find one you like
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I think pure AOSP rom with good batter performance kernel : )
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In my experience, pretty much every ROM will give you better battery performance along with a host of other advantages. Play around with a few til you find one you like


I will install Crash or Lidroid rom. Which is better?

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11th April 2014, 09:46 PM   |  #8  
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Whichever way you word it...


"Best" or "Recommend" 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.

Don't forget to make a nandroid before you start.

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