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according to you which is the best combination of rom+kernel with respect to battery life?
 
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according to you which is the best combination of rom+kernel with respect to battery life?
If you don't care about OS version, then LiquidSmooth 5.2, Android 4.2.2, Franco Kernel.
If you like stock, 4.1.2 with stock kernel. Battery is PHENOMENAL.
For KitKat, I like CarbonROM with the included kernel.

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Best is a matter of taste and preference. Asking others is pointless, you'll get a different answer every time.

Just flash a bunch and decide for yourself. And battery life is about setup and usage.... Roms and kernel make a minor difference.

Good luck!

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Best is a matter of taste and preference. Asking others is pointless, you'll get a different answer every time.

Just flash a bunch and decide for yourself. And battery life is about setup and usage.... Roms and kernel make a minor difference.

Good luck!

---------- Post added at 07:58 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:56 PM ----------

Also, best threads are normally not allowed....but XDA was kind enough to give this device ONE thread for such questions.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2151963
Could not have said it better!

Every user has found what works best for their phone, their apps, their usage, their signal strength...so you will simply get a list of every combination of ROM/kernel. Therefore these threads are not allowed on this development site...sorry.

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