Which kernel is best for bugless beast v.04 with bugless evo theme?

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  1. cr1ck3ty
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    very noob question i think? but any suggestions? i've been reading and i see a lot of people like the chevyno1 kernels... but which one is best?!!!!
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    there is no "the best". It's what works best on your phone. Check out P3Droid's (google search) and Chevy's (look in his section). Try a few of different speeds and different voltages.

    Good luck.
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    I don't run the EVO theme currently, but I have in the past along with a number of other themes, and it worked great with the Chevy Kernel in my signature.

    Even though Pete doesn't require it, I run SetCPU at 800 on-demand with the LV 1ghz kernel (just in case I need the extra boost for something). The droid idles at 27-28C with this setup and runs very stable.
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    I'm using Chevy's 1.1 ghz medium voltage kernel with 0.4 and the Evo theme (version 3) and it works just fine.
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    Pretty much what everyone else said. Hard part is finding out what your droid can handle. Mine did a little better with P3 1ghz than the Chevy ulv 1ghz.
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    800MHz LV seems to work without problems on 99% of handsets.
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    Very true. I've tried just about every ULV kernel and my phone would boot-loop, lockup, stutter, and have just about any performance issue you can think of. Tried a basic LV kernel,zero problems since, and I don't have a freakin clue why it was like that with ULV kernels.