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Im running T-Mobile GS4 on Pacman 4.4.2 with the latest cm11 nightly build and nb4 baseband.
I want to overclock, and learn the other benefits from using a custom kernel. My current kernel is of course custom. Its a cm nightly flashed with the ROM. But I want more features. At least to overclock.

Will someone suggest a kernel, or a direction within the forums? Thank you

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If I nandroid backup my current settings, will it restore the current cm kernel if I restore the backup?

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If I nandroid backup my current settings, will it restore the current cm kernel if I restore the backup?

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If I nandroid backup my current settings, will it restore the current cm kernel if I restore the backup?

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Yes, but you won't be able to just restore the kernel from the nandroid. You will have to restore the entire nandroid backup.

Conversely if you ever want to revert to the CM stock kernel without restorign your whole backup, just reflash the same version of the ROM you already have. It will restore the stock CM kernel and change nothing else.
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