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Default Bullet kernel with stock Tmobile ROM

I have a stock Tmobile ROM, I rooted the phone.
Can I use the bullet kernel with it?
 
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Yes you can use any though I don't see why you would want to use the Bullet kernel. Not to say that its not good but it hasn't been updated in a long time and all the current ones are better performance-wise.
 
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the bullet was good when I had the vibrant. I woild like to try it again with the S2


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But you upgraded your phone right? Maybe it's time to upgrade your kernel too

(darkside kernel's the best of the best)
 
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But you upgraded your phone right? Maybe it's time to upgrade your kernel too

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I think Eugene's kernel is one of the best but I just say that because I haven't really given dark sides to much of an opportunity. I'm guessing that's the same with you and Eugene's kernel

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darkside is def beast!
 
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darkside is def beast!
I'm actually gonna give it a go for a couple of days and see how that works out for me. What are your settings?
 
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I think Eugene's kernel is one of the best but I just say that because I haven't really given dark sides to much of an opportunity. I'm guessing that's the same with you and Eugene's kernel

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Guilty as charged! I gave macnut a twirl but LG is not really to my liking and so I never got to use streamline again. But with darkside I'm running it underclocked @1.35Ghz and undervolted by -112.5mV. Your mileage will vary with how much you can undervolt it and get away with it.
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Guilty as charged! I gave macnut a twirl but LG is not really to my liking and so I never got to use streamline again. But with darkside I'm running it underclocked @1.35Ghz and undervolted by -112.5mV. Your mileage will vary with how much you can undervolt it and get away with it.
K so I know how to under clock but I'm a noob with undervolting. Do I have to under volt the amount you said to all the frequencies?
 
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K so I know how to under clock but I'm a noob with undervolting. Do I have to under volt the amount you said to all the frequencies?
Start with -50mV across the board and work your way down from there to see how your phone reacts. I have Darksides ROM at Min 384/Max 1.51GHz and undervolted at -50mV across the board and it works quite well. I might give -100mV a shot to see how it goes.
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