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By Quadrider10, Senior Member on 11th June 2014, 09:08 PM
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What's up guys?

So I've been on skyfall Rom since I got my m8. But I'm getting kinda bored. What Rom out there is giving you guys the best battery life and best performance?
 
 
11th June 2014, 09:51 PM |#2  
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Also, does the ROM really determine the speed and battery life more than the kernel givin that all rims are on stock kernel and debloated?
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CleanRom. If you want tons of tweaks... Not the Rom for you. If you want stability and battery life... That's what you are promised.

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CleanRom. If you want tons of tweaks... Not the Rom for you. If you want stability and battery life... That's what you are promised.

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Yea I don't care for tweaks. I'll give it a shot.
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You will love it. Give it a day or two to settle in.

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You will love it. Give it a day or two to settle in.

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I just wish there was adblocking built in like skyfall.
11th June 2014, 10:49 PM |#7  
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There are plenty of add ons to handle that. Scott presents to us pure clean stock and the best battery life possible without adding anything on to risk issue.

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Ok so what Rom is out there that offers the best possible battery life along with better than stock performance?
12th June 2014, 05:26 AM |#9  
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Ok so what Rom is out there that offers the best possible battery life along with better than stock performance?

without tweaks, skyfall and clean Rom are pretty much it I think. then again, I haven't seen great battery life since the new Rom base and radio.

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What's up guys?

So I've been on skyfall Rom since I got my m8. But I'm getting kinda bored. What Rom out there is giving you guys the best battery life and best performance?

Hi,

ROM is the basically for speed of the Gadgets (Mobile/Desktop). HTC One (M8) has a good ROM memory. As you said you are troubling with battery life. Internet surfing kills battery very fast as compare of other application. SO, I can advise you that whenever you does not use internet please off the mobile data.
12th June 2014, 02:58 PM |#11  
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While we appreciate your quest to find the best, it simply doesn't exist! In most cases, you will receive many different answers from many different people. This at times can also lead to arguments

It's always expected that each and every user will read, test and make decisions on their own. What's best to some may not be to others. You have choices, enjoy the trek while finding that out.

For this purpose we do not allow "best rom" threads.

Remember half the fun of owning an Android device is the, personalization you can do with it

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