Great Nexus s ICS Combo

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rockdudecam2

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Hey Guys. Thought i would share a really good combo that ive found for my nexus s , it is really smooth..
Rom: AOKP Build 32 4.0.4
Kernel: Matr1x V19 BFS
Launcher: Apex Launcher
Clock speed: 100-1200mhz lulzactive
Radio:KB3
Installed chainfire 3D and that really improved the ui speed.
If anyone else has found a really good combo please share :)



Thanks to the aokp dev team, mathkid95, and chainfire
 

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domin0311

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rascream sandwich with trinity t11 56hz kernel...
 

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Warren_Orange

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I'm thinking of rooting soon. Just been using stock so far.

Stock seems nippy but sometime I get a blank screen and lag when going back to home from apps such as Chrome beta.

Do stock roms and kernals make a big difference performance wise?

Also, I would like a rom where everything works with no problems.

Any suggestions?
 

saranyan

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I'm thinking of rooting soon. Just been using stock so far.

Stock seems nippy but sometime I get a blank screen and lag when going back to home from apps such as Chrome beta.

Do stock roms and kernals make a big difference performance wise?

Also, I would like a rom where everything works with no problems.

Any suggestions?

The lag is due to the launcher going out of memory. Our nexus has only 512 MB ram. Flash a kernel with Bigmem mod and it would be gone.

I feel they do make a difference but stock is naturally the most stable rom.

For a stable rom try:

Stable versions of CM9
Milestone releases of AOKP
Bugless beast for a close to stock experience,
 

burgerpimp07

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I'm thinking of rooting soon. Just been using stock so far.

Stock seems nippy but sometime I get a blank screen and lag when going back to home from apps such as Chrome beta.

Do stock roms and kernals make a big difference performance wise?

Also, I would like a rom where everything works with no problems.

Any suggestions?

My ns4g was laggy before.

I'm running stock rom with matrix kernel and apex launcher. Couldn't be happier and my phone is lag free and 10x snappier running @1485mhz
 

heccubusxda

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Stock ICS was very laggy for me even with different kernels, OC, and launchers.

When I switched to custom roms (CyberGR and now CM9 nightly) that lag completely disappeared even without OC.

I've been on CM9 a week now and it's worked pretty much flawlessly.
Highly recommended.

Sent from my Nexus S using xda premium
 
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