What Kernels go good with LiquidSmooth Rom

borgey401

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Try leankernel... Its very 'snappy' and has a lot of unseeded things stripped out of the kernel. My best advice to you is just make a backup of your current ROM and flash all the kernels that catch your eye. That's pretty much the only way you'll find out what is best for your device. What works well on ones device could work awful on the next.

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borgey401

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Try leankernel... Its very 'snappy' and has a lot of uneeded things stripped out of the kernel. My best advice to you is just make a backup of your current ROM and flash all the kernels that catch your eye. That's pretty much the only way you'll find out what is best for your device. What works well on ones device could work awful on the next.

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Try leankernel... Its very 'snappy' and has a lot of unseeded things stripped out of the kernel. My best advice to you is just make a backup of your current ROM and flash all the kernels that catch your eye. That's pretty much the only way you'll find out what is best for your device. What works well on ones device could work awful on the next.

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yea but isn't leankernel only for 4.1.2?
 

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