For this week’s AOSP ROM of the week, check out AOKP ROM latest build, “MR1 Milestone 1”.
Category: T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 ROMs
For those you who have been asking me to check out the latest version of JellyBAM ROM v7.4, I did and indeed JellyBAM ROM has come a LONG way since the first time I tried its buggy release (which did not boot at all).
For this week’s AOSP (What is AOSP?) ROM of the week, check out the latest AOKP MR1 Build 6 ROM for your rooted Galaxy Note 2, available for AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and GT-N7105 models.
T-Mobile threw a screwball like week telling everyone that T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 will be one of the first 4G LTE phones. That’s just great news for T-Mobile Note 2 users as your phone does indeed have a 4G LTE hardware, you just need to update your latest firmware to 4G LTE supported firmware.
I’ve been following the Team Zodiac JDevil ROM for awhile now and I think this is a good time to suggest you that there’s JDevil ROM out there for your AT&T/T-Mobile/GT-N7105 Galaxy Note 2.
Based on GT-N7105 stock base, the JDevil ROM is a mix of many different features plus lots of internal tweaks you will appreciate.
For this week’s ROM of the week, check out latest AOKP “official” MR1 Build 5 ROM for your AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, or GT-N7105 Galaxy Note 2.
These are “official” AOKP builds straight from AOKP Team, so you will be assured to get the best and the most stable version. With the MR1 Build 5 release, the biggest update fixes a nasty virtual memory leak that was causing headaches with previous versions.
For this week’s ROM of the week, check out the latest Jedi X ROM for your rooted Galaxy Note 2.
Looking for a good solid TouchWiz-based ROM with lots of features added for your AT&T, T-Mobile, or GT-N7105 Galaxy Note 2 with great battery life?
I have been guilty of using SkyNote ROM for the last whole week and have to recommend this ROM as I have been traveling often around Asia lately, and this ROM allows me to get pretty good battery life while adding cool features like Photo Sphere Android 4.2 camera along with Note 2 camera. I find it very handy for taking 3D photo imagery while traveling and it’s also great to be able to use the stock Note 2 camera as it has better features for burst and other camera modes.
CM10.1, ParanoidAndroid, and AOKP ROMs are all great ROMs developed by some of the best Android developers and I would highly recommend each of them for anyone who wants to experience the best on Note 2 custom ROMs. Well, what if you wanted all the features in one ROM?
There’s a ROM for that, the PACMan ROM for Galaxy Note 2 brings CM10.1, ParanoidAndroid, and AOKP ROMs into one single ROM, bringing you literally every feature pound-for-pound, except you get it in a nice, little package, in one ROM.
For those of you with AT&T, T-Mobile, or international GT-N7105 Galaxy Note 2 and you are looking for a good, stable Android 4.2.2 ROM, certainly give the ParanoidAndroid ROM build by XDA user ManelScout4Life. Although I like LiquidSmooth ROM, Korean language is broken (which I use often) and also I needed an Android 4.2.2 ROM with native wifi tethering out of the box. Also should work on Korean Note 2 SVH-E250 series if you install SJKernels.