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[KERNEL][SPR][4.4.3] ★☆ Kangaroo Kernel ☆★ 04 OCT | v068

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8th March 2015, 05:25 PM |#591  
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Although it would be cool to start using the latest lollipop rom; I doubt that I will be able to get the improved battery life and overall smoothness/efficiency that poondogs rom offers for KitKat. Bar None, wouldn't you all agree??

Has anyone compared the battery life between KitKat rom running with Kangaroo Kernel and Lollipop with the stock/non-stock kernel?
 
 
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Although it would be cool to start using the latest lollipop rom; I doubt that I will be able to get the improved battery life and overall smoothness/efficiency that poondogs rom offers for KitKat. Bar None, wouldn't you all agree??

Has anyone compared the battery life between KitKat rom running with Kangaroo Kernel and Lollipop with the stock/non-stock kernel?

Battery hasn't been worsened for me. In terms of benchmarking I was getting around 29k on Antutu back then and now I'm getting 33k. But all in all the most thing I miss on kitkat is this kernel.
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Battery hasn't been worsened for me. In terms of benchmarking I was getting around 29k on Antutu back then and now I'm getting 33k. But all in all the most thing I miss on kitkat is this kernel.

Lollipop has some improvements including new GPU drivers, ART, and many ram enhancements

That's why
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(I am probably sure that I'm not the only one wondering, sorry for being "that guy" poondog) do you have any plans to continue supporting the Sprint HTC one?
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(I am probably sure that I'm not the only one wondering, sorry for being "that guy" poondog) do you have any plans to continue supporting the Sprint HTC one?

Not really It took up too much time and I don't have as much anymore
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Anyway for cm10.1.3 under clock kernel? Min 157 max 702?

Seems manually adjustment via app only affects core #0 and all other cores run full bore 1728Mhz... 702 is the perfect speed for fast and cool since 594 is noticably too slow.

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