Resurrection Remix ROM for Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100! [Multi-User/Android 4.2.1]

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For those of you who want to experience the latest Android 4.2.1 on bleeding edge of Android, you might want to check out Resurrection Remix ROM for Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100. (or also for Galaxy S3 GT-i9300 or Galaxy S2 GT-i9100)

Built off Android sources, the Resurrection Remix ROM is also an AOKP ROM, bringing you the best of Android open source and custom enhancements like lockscreen widgets with all widgets enabled plus unlimited widgets.

Unlike standard Android 4.2/4.2.1, the Resurrection Remix AOKP ROM brings you all of your favorite widgets to your lockscreen (standard Android 4.2 does not support this yet). Also note that lockscreen widgets were first pioneered by the AOKP team before Google developers incorporated the idea into Android 4.2. Yet again, AOKP team has done it by pioneering the widgets they literally invented.

However, the fun doesn’t stop there, Resurrection Remix ROM also brings multi-user to your smartphone (normally only available on Nexus tablet devices) so you can easily hand off your phone to your kids without worrying about them erasing your important e-mails and whatnot.

Unfortunately, you will lose multi-window, S-Note app, or any TouchWiz-based features with this ROM but you do gain some cool features also.

Other than that, Resurrection Remix ROM comes loaded with other nifty features you will appreciate the more you use.

If you haven’t tried Android 4.2.1 or want to simply try out why everyone is so high on Android, definitely give Resurrection Remix ROM a try and you will be clobbering through the masses who are still stuck with OEM software.

Download:

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