Kernel, ROMS, etc. NOOB need advise

kent1915

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I rooted after I got phone. I deleted some of the bloat ware and now cannot get upgrades from VZW. So I am thinking of returning DI01 then OTA to current then root again...

OR>>>

Going to Custom ROM and Kernel. This is where I get confused. I know Kernel and ROM have to be compatable. I also get to each their own, but in terms of Kernel, I am looking for good GPS, good radio signal, good battery and wifi tether.

ROM i want stable (superclean?).

So I guess what I am asking is what folks recommend. I know there are tons of opinions, but given what I am looking for anyone want to make recommendations?

Thanks in advance. :cool:
 

Kevin Gossett

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In order to get all those things I would suggest going to Super clean for DL09. You will get the best battery life using an undervolted voodoo kernel, but I would suggest sticking to a non voodoo kernel until you get more comfortable flashing
 

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The first I went to was dj05 superclean and the stupidfast kernel. It was excellent, but I got a little flash happy and ended up going with froyo. The dj05 and stupidfast kernel was an awesome combination fir stability, speed, and battery. Good signal also


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If you are looking for an extremely simple, and more importantly, safe, bet, then I say go with any of the super clean releases (2.9 being the most recent). I wouldn't recommend tinkering with the voodoo versions yet, as it is a bit more complicated (not by much). Nonvoodoo only requires basic knowledge of odin (for installing clock work recovery) and knowing how to install a zip file through clock work recovery. Most importantly, don't be discouraged!
 

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