Originally Posted by kuek9118
no, i didnt use use it before...i will try it thanks. my browser using the original inside the CyanogenMod 9 RC but i think that is chrome browser. what is kernel? where to change?
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- Custom kernels give improvements that give us additional features from our hardware that the stock kernel does not
Examples include overclocking a device to frame rate issues, Kernels are involved with that. Its up to you to choose the best kernel to use with a ROM. You can always stick with the one that comes with a custom ROM. Some common terms are oc [over clocked], UV [under volted], etc.
I dont know a lot about CM Roms Im a GB Rom guy
But there are many kernels to choose from and when someone Makes a Rom they try and use the best provided for there Rom but isnt great if you have issues with it.
But could be kernel, modem, brightness settings, apps or things you have running in the background
Can you put up a picture/screenshot of your battery usage?