Jelly Beans ROM for Verizon Galaxy Note 2 SCH-i605! [Build 13]

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It’s been awhile since last time we’ve went over Jelly Beans ROM so check out latest Build 13 of Jelly Beans ROM for this week’s Verizon Note 2 ROM of the week!


Latest version ships with even more options in its AROMA installer, allowing you to customize your Verizon Note 2 further more.

Jelly Beans ROM is probably highly-recommended for those of you just starting out with custom ROMs or you want stock stability with added features/tweaks.

Some interesting features on the Jelly Beans ROM include screen-off YouTube playback with 720P HD support, long-press Home torch, choice of AOSP/TouchWiz UI sounds/SMS/Music player, choice of Sense or Stock Recents bar, and some more.

For launchers, you can get 4×4/4×5 Touchwiz or Apex/Nova launchers.

As for kernels, you will get a load of selection with stock, Perseus, Saber, or PBJ kernels along with option to install SDcard swap option in AROMA installer.

Jelly Beans ROM also comes with its own ROM Control custom settings, allowing you to customize your quick toggles, add battery bar, run apps in tablet mode with Xposed App Per-DPI settings, install LMT Pie launcher, and even set “blocking mode” to only accept calls from your custom list of trusted people.

For Xposed App Per-DPI settings, check out our full step-by-step tutorial guide here.

For LMT Pie Launcher, also check out our full step-by-step tutorial here.

For wifi tethering, this ROM supports native wifi tethering or you can also follow our universal guide for wifi tethering.

If this sounds like your cup of tea, definitely check out the nitty, gritty features on this ROM and do let me know if you find any cool features we’ve missed.


Download Jelly Beans ROM for Verizon Galaxy Note 2 SCH-i605

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