For those of you who want to root Sprint Galaxy Note 2 SPH-L900, you can follow this root tutorial as it will show you how to install TWRP custom recovery and also root your Sprint Note 2. (If you followed the original root guide, you can follow Steps 4-11 in this guide to re-install TWRP as the CWM Recovery you installed is not compatible with Sprint Galaxy Note 2.)
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Here’s a quick update on the latest Resurrection Remix ROM for the Note 2 GT-N7100 users. The latest version is based on the latest Android 5.1.1_r6, along with goodies like updated Android M-like launcher, more stability & performance, and much much more.
For those of you new to Resurrection Remix ROM, you will find plenty of customization options to make your life easier and fully tweak your phone. For theme, you will find the wonderful black and red PitchBlack theme by Resurrection Remix founder @Westcrip that will save you some battery life (since black background uses zero energy on AMOLED screens) and make your phone stand out.
Looking for a good, solid custom ROM with Android 5.1.1 with everything working out of the box including Netflix? Check out the latest Dirty Unicorns ROM.
Based on latest Android 5.1.1, the Dirty Unicorns ROM comes rooted out of the box with SuperSU and lots of customization over CM12.1 ROM.
Probably the coolest thing you can do on a Note 2 is root and install custom ROMs. Well, a lot of people just “don’t get it” and stay on stock firmware, which actually is super laggy and you are limited to features Samsung gives you.
There’s a better way to use your Note 2 by installing custom ROMs that give you Galaxy S5 and Note 3 features. Of course, that is if you want to take advantage over everything that your Note 2 has to offer and root it.
For this week’s ROM of the Week, also check out AICP ROM, available for AT&T, T-Mobile, GT-N7105, Sprint, Verizon, and Canadian Note 2. (Sprint users, your 4G LTE signal may be lower on AOSP ROMs, so don’t install unless you can handle that.)
Based on latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat, AICP ROM is an AOSP ROM (What is AOSP?) that brings you lots of customization, performance, and battery life.
For this week’s Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 ROM of the Week, check out Phantom ROM.
Based on latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware, Phantom ROM brings you some great Note 3 and Galaxy S5 features so you can enjoy the best of both worlds.
Phantom ROM, as its name implies, also comes with great performance and long battery life for those concerned for using it as daily driver. It comes with battery/performance tweaks, and memory/RAM tweaks that will help you get the most out of your Note 2.
For this week’s AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, GT-N7105, or Canadian Galaxy Note 2 users, check out the latest Mean Bean ROM.
Based on latest Verizon Android 4.3 TouchWiz firmware, Mean Bean ROM by XDA developer MikeyXDA aims to bring you a faster, mean-and-lean TouchWiz experience without the lag and many little features to make it simply awesome.
For this week’s ROM of the week for AT&T, T-Mobile, Canadian, GT-N7105, and GT-N7105 Note 2, check out latest version of Omni ROM.
Omni ROM is built on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat sources from Google, giving you all the new features of Android 4.4 along with some other goodies.