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Hey guys =) What do you guys prefer ? and why ?? I cant decide what i wanna use ( Stock ofc ) Cause i dont know whats better battery in yet, But uplight me please =)
 
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Hey guys =) What do you guys prefer ? and why ?? I cant decide what i wanna use ( Stock ofc ) Cause i dont know whats better battery in yet, But uplight me please =)
JB is going the way of the dinosaur... KK is getting yet another revision and android L is in testing...but my battery life is great on KK...
 
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JB is going the way of the dinosaur... KK is getting yet another revision and android L is in testing...but my battery life is great on KK...

I dont know if you play games .. whats ur sot once playing ? whats sot when browsing etc ?
 
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I dont know if you play games .. whats ur sot once playing ? whats sot when browsing etc ?
Depends...When on Mahdi I can usually get 6-7 hours heavy usage(jumping between games and browsing on xda)and usually still have 10-15%...I don't like to let it get much lower as I had an older device run out and never take a charge again...
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Depends...When on Mahdi I can usually get 6-7 hours heavy usage(jumping between games and browsing on xda)and usually still have 10-15%...I don't like to let it get much lower as I had an older device run out and never take a charge again...
Thanks m8 I was gonna use stock without root.. Cause when i baught this one , First thing i was rooting it , So i wanna see whats better a while ty for ur answers bro =) helped alot
 
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Thanks m8 I was gonna use stock without root.. Cause when i baught this one , First thing i was rooting it , So i wanna see whats better a while ty for ur answers bro =) helped alot
No prob...honestly stock offers great battery life as well...I switch between stock and aosp ROMs...this phone is very functional either way
 
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Running mahdi now.. Exacly what ive Bern looking for.. Even build in screen recorder, so ty for that !! Battery time Beata stock by far to

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Running mahdi now.. Exacly what ive Bern looking for.. Even build in screen recorder, so ty for that !! Battery time Beata stock by far to
Haha...mahdi beats everything battery wise as far as I can tell...I usually don't use my phone at work...after a 12 hr day its still at 100% when I leave...thought it was frozen first time I saw it...lol

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