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Default [Q] An advice about the best save battery custom rom

Hi, I'm looking for a rom that can help me to save my battery. I'm using Existenz 3.3.0 on my Sony xperia SP but I'm realizing that device autonomy (battery range) is very low. I find the Purexperice Sirius that seems more performing about battery. what is your opionion about it? What do you think the best rom with the best range? I forgot to tell you that I've loocked bootloader so the rom must be compatible for it. Sorry for my bad english and thank you.
 
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CM11 or slimkat are very good.
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ROMs and they way the perform are user based opinion. You can not ask us what the best ROM is. Since you will get diffrent answers.
The best solution is a backup and try it yourself
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ROMs and they way the perform are user based opinion. You can not ask us what the best ROM is. Since you will get diffrent answers.
The best solution is a backup and try it yourself
Of course our opinion is important, but I appeal to people of this forum who have tried various rom to direct me to the best rom with best battery usage about the global statistics. I I formulated the question in a wrong way.
 
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To be 100% honest
These kind of threads are not really wanted here on XDA

It is not written in the Rules but it is logical that you try out before you ask any opinion
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Hi, I'm looking for a rom that can help me to save my battery.



Hello, and welcome to the forum,


Before you click the "New Thread" or "Post Reply" buttons, please take the time to read some rules/guidelines for posting in this forum:



1) Read and follow the Forum Rules:
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2) Post your message in the proper subforum (see above):
All questions, requests, and help & troubleshooting needs, go in the Q&A Help & Troubleshooting subforum, if one exists for your device, and any misplaced messages will be promptly moved to their respective location. Users that make it a habit of posting in the wrong forum will be addressed accordingly. If you're unsure of where your post or thread belongs, please read the Forum Rules again.
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