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Re: Nexus 7 Kernels
Any question like that will almost always be answered with "it depends", mostly on what you are looking to improve.
Originally Posted by vic_singh
It sounds like you are looking for speed and snappiness. LeanKernel is nice, supposed to be pretty fast. I never liked it, felt unstable to me for some reason but I haven't tried it in a while.
I personally prefer Franco's because he supports multiple devices, has proven to be pretty consistent with updates/fixes and it's configurable with his app which you can also use to easily update things. I'm not into hoping around as much so once I find one that does what I need it to do and well enough, I'll stick with it. I'm running Franco on my N4, N7 and my Gnex before that. I try new ones every few weeks but always end up coming back.
Motely's stuff is pretty good too, used that on my TFP for a while before I moved over to HB's stock kernel.
Just hit XDA and look for the top few threads with [KERNEL] in the beginning of the topic and then at the number of posts in the thread to get a good idea of what's popular. Then start trying them.