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  1. iluvandroid6879

    iluvandroid6879 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    What is the best kernel for battery for miui
     

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  2. wake69

    wake69 Well-Known Member

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    it will vary from phone to phone
     
  3. AndroidJim

    AndroidJim Well-Known Member

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    I kept trying different kernels for Miui, but never could get anything other than the stock kernel to flash. Let me know if you come across anything good, I'm back to Cm6 for now
     
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    iluvandroid6879 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well im running the latest miui which is 1.25 and when i flashed miui through rom manager it came with a cyanogen kernel
     
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    iluvandroid6879 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ill post a link later
     
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    sticky steph New Member

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    I'm interested in this link, too. I can't nandroid with the most recent MIUI and i'm wondering if it is the kernel. It came with kernel CM 2.6.37.6.
     
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    9to5cynic Well-Known Member

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    You might want to use your recovery to flash roms. Rom manager has been known to cause issues, and doesn't help you out if you get into a boot loop.

    I'd try a tiamat kernel (i'm using 4.0.6 SBC on CM7 and it's great).

    @sticky - can you describe your nandroid issue? What recovery are you using?
     
  8. sticky steph

    sticky steph New Member

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    I re-read my recovery.log file and turns out i didn't have enough memory on my sd card. (500mb required)

    Deleted some zips and I'm good to go. Sorry for blaming you, MIUI!
     
  9. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!! Moderator

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    i would also keep only 1 or 2 nandroid backups on your card. they also take up a lot of room. just keep any other nandroid backups on your computer or somewhere safe.
     
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  10. argedion

    argedion The TechnoFrog Moderator

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    One really should learn how to do recovery with out third party programs. It could save you all kinds of issues later.

    Personally I think Tiamat is the best choice for an AOSP ROM.
     
  11. frenchy714

    frenchy714 Well-Known Member

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    +1 on familiarizing yourself to navigate comfortably through recovery w/o third party apps. You can't always rely on those apps to work properly and you should want to learn as much possible about your Evo anyways in case anything breaks on you.
     
  12. JustSomeDude

    JustSomeDude Well-Known Member

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    I haven't been on MIUI in a month or so, but when I was (and whenever I'm on any AOSP ROM), I always go back to Tiamat 3.3.7 for my kernel. Still seems to be the best one they've made.
     
  13. frenchy714

    frenchy714 Well-Known Member

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    SavagedZen gave me best battery life but Tiamat was a lot smoother overall...battery life was great too.
     

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