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Hello,

I use SM-N9005 4.4.2, Baseband ver. N9005XXUENC2, Kernel ver. 3.4.0-1168347, Build number KOT49H.N9005XXUEND5.

It's a rooted, stock ROM somewhat modded with Xposed, Android Tuner app etc.

I'd like to flash a custom Kernel which will allow overclocking, eXtended battery life and some other neat features I hope more experienced XDA community will recomend.

So, what Kernel would you recomend as a mix of stability and performance for my stock TW rom? I am fairly inexperienced in these waters. Are Baseband version, Build number etc important when deciding on a Kernel?

Any advice would be welcome. Thank you in advance.
 
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Hello,

I use SM-N9005 4.4.2, Baseband ver. N9005XXUENC2, Kernel ver. 3.4.0-1168347, Build number KOT49H.N9005XXUEND5.

It's a rooted, stock ROM somewhat modded with Xposed, Android Tuner app etc.

I'd like to flash a custom Kernel which will allow overclocking, eXtended battery life and some other neat features I hope more experienced XDA community will recomend.

So, what Kernel would you recomend as a mix of stability and performance for my stock TW rom? I am fairly inexperienced in these waters. Are Baseband version, Build number etc important when deciding on a Kernel?

Any advice would be welcome. Thank you in advance.
Try n3 by wootever, sneakykat and leankernel (last doesn't have so many features but is great for battery & performance) and my personal favorite ael kernel of course.
The kernels are pretty easy to flash just put on SD flash and wipe Cache & dalvik. So don't worry if you don't like the kernel just flash another one.
One more thing don't put two different apps for kernel settings (like Synapse & Trickster) on the device cause that may cause conflicts. Have fun testing
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Try n3 by wootever, sneakykat and leankernel (last doesn't have so many features but is great for battery & performance) and my personal favorite ael kernel of course.
The kernels are pretty easy to flash just put on SD flash and wipe Cache & dalvik. So don't worry if you don't like the kernel just flash another one.
One more thing don't put two different apps for kernel settings (like Synapse & Trickster) on the device cause that may cause conflicts. Have fun testing
Is it really necessary to wipe cache & dalvik? I've read in several posts that it is not required as there will not be any benefit.
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Is it really necessary to wipe cache & dalvik? I've read in several posts that it is not required as there will not be any benefit.
To quote Hacre, an excellent dev on other Samsung devices - wiping cache and dalvik for kernel flashing is like filling your car tires when the gearbox is ruined...
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Try n3 by wootever, sneakykat and leankernel (last doesn't have so many features but is great for battery & performance) and my personal favorite ael kernel of course.
The kernels are pretty easy to flash just put on SD flash and wipe Cache & dalvik. So don't worry if you don't like the kernel just flash another one.
One more thing don't put two different apps for kernel settings (like Synapse & Trickster) on the device cause that may cause conflicts. Have fun testing
Thanks for your response. I've flashed the AEL kernel, recommended by you.

What are the immediate advantages I received compared to the default one? How do I get the most out of it now - what next?

Thanks for your patience.
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Thanks for your response. I've flashed the AEL kernel, recommended by you.

What are the immediate advantages I received compared to the default one? How do I get the most out of it now - what next?

Thanks for your patience.
That is pretty hard to answer cause I do not know what settings you prefer. (Performance, battery or a mix of both). Download Trickster from app store or set cpu (for last you have to pay though). At first I would try to set just governor and I/O scheduler. In the link you will find some information. Got helped not too long ago
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9#post52955859
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That is pretty hard to answer cause I do not know what settings you prefer. (Performance, battery or a mix of both). Download Trickster from app store or set cpu (for last you have to pay though). At first I would try to set just governor and I/O scheduler. In the link you will find some information. Got helped not too long ago
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9#post52955859
Make sure to hit thanks for nikolaschum for the awesome posts and links he provided! !
Is it safe to simply overlock my N9005 to 2.8 Ghz?
 
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Is it safe to simply overlock my N9005 to 2.8 Ghz?
No for Benchmark maybe but most of the time the phone will crash then.

Personally I take 22565600 as max and 300 min with intellidemand governor and deadline scheduler but every phone works different that's also why you won't find any "perfect" kernel or governor.
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how can I flash the kernel I tried CWM to flash the zip file but it doesn't work please help me to find my solution

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