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Favorite Galaxy Note 2 Kernel?

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By SuperDefcon5, Senior Member on 2nd March 2013, 07:23 AM
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2nd March 2013, 08:20 AM |#2  
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I'm in love with Saber but what are your guy's thoughts?

So far I've tried saber, perseus, and peanut butter and Iike perseus the best. I love the stweaks app that goes along with it for sound. Personally I feel that it gets me the best battery life. I don't over clock I usually stay on 1500 or stock 1600 I just under volt.

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Perseus.
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Used Perseus and PBJ. Both were stable but I think battery life is better with PBJ, even with undervolted settings on Perseus. I did like the audio settings on Perseus, but I added in Awesome Beats which I like even better.
2nd March 2013, 02:12 PM |#5  
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I love perseus!

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stock....out of custom i like pbj as its the most stable, but i feel voodoo sound actually degrades sound quality. perseus has too much undervolting and will most likely cause a reboot after 4-5 days up time...not a huge issue. remember overclocking and undervolting offers no real world gains on these multi core devices. what once was is no longer...
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+1

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I love perseus!

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Yup here too, the battery life is fantastic.
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+ Another. STweaks rocks
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I liked the Perseus but it didnt seem to work with my VPN. I ended up going to Saber.

Hmmm the new one works with VPN.
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My own kernel or stock. Only two I'd even consider. The rest are full of unnecessary fluff 90% of people don't need or understand. The only kind of fluff I want is marshmallow, but neither goes well with phones

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