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[MIDO] MM versus Nougat ROMs

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DarthJabba9

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Is there any advantage (apart from Xposed, which I am not interested in at all) in using a miui MM ROM instead of a miui Nougat ROM?

PS: my main concern is about battery life (especially in idle time) and no lags.
 

ojankun

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Is there any advantage (apart from Xposed, which I am not interested in at all) in using a miui MM ROM instead of a miui Nougat ROM?

PS: my main concern is about battery life (especially in idle time) and no lags.

If you're concern about battery life. The answer is MM which can use Xposed, so you can use Greenify, Amplify, PowerNap, etc.
 
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abrahamt24

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Bought mine a week ago. I flashed halogenOS the very first day I got my device, so I don't really know how MM battery life compared to N.

But N has been performing really well for me in terms of battery life, I always get 10+ hours of SOT between charges with about 10% battery left with moderate usage (a lot of Youtube and a bit of gaming).

I don't use Greenify or any battery tweaks whatsoever.
 

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    Is there any advantage (apart from Xposed, which I am not interested in at all) in using a miui MM ROM instead of a miui Nougat ROM?

    PS: my main concern is about battery life (especially in idle time) and no lags.

    Most of the N roms don't lag so you are covered there . Battery well it depends on the user .
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    Is there any advantage (apart from Xposed, which I am not interested in at all) in using a miui MM ROM instead of a miui Nougat ROM?

    PS: my main concern is about battery life (especially in idle time) and no lags.

    If you're concern about battery life. The answer is MM which can use Xposed, so you can use Greenify, Amplify, PowerNap, etc.