For those of you looking for alternative to the Jedi X ROM by XDA user Ptmr3 (Follow him on Twitter here) but with T-Mobile Wifi-calling, try the Jedi Master ROM. Very similar to Jedi X ROM, the Jedi Master ROM comes with Sony Bravia Engine 2 for faster UI, Walkman music app and Awesome Beats app for headphone addicts, resizable pop-up browser, Saber kernel, and multi-window enabled for all apps.
Galaxy Note 2 Root!
Check out Macks ROM for your Sprint Galaxy Note 2 SPH-L900 that comes with Perseus kernel and support for 1.8Ghz overclocking.
UPDATE: There’s an updated version “AllStar”, CLICK HERE to see latest version of this ROM.
For those of you looking to customize your Sprint Galaxy Note 2 SPH-L900 with lots of free custom themes, look no where but to MIUI ROM. Very similar (if not identical) to the T-Mobile MIUI, the MIUI ROM for Sprint Galaxy Note 2 SPH-L900 brings you the best of MIUI UI overlay and its features.
Looking for pure Android? Here’s a fun ROM to play with, JellyBam ROM, a mix of CM10, ParanoidAndroid, and AOKP ROMs. Basically, it’s a mixed pot of all those three ROMs built on Androi 4.1.2 sources.
Now, I wish there is Android 4.2.1 version of this (it should be coming soon) but Android 4.1.2 JellyBam is pretty stable and solid for those of you who want to get off the Samsung TouchWiz bandwagon and try something new.
For those of you with a Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100, GT-N7105, or SGH-I317, you can install Note2Core kernel “Asylum” to get maximum overclocking up to 1.92Ghz and GPU overclocking up to 640Mhz.
This isn’t for the faint-hearted but for those of you who need to take your Note 2 to the maximum. With my AT&T Note 2 SGH-I317 overclocked to 1.92Ghz, I was able to get my new Note 2 benchmark records of over 8000 on Quadrant and 18,000 on Antutu.
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.
For those of you looking for a wildly different UI for your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2, check out MIUI ROM. If you don’t know what MIUI is, it’s a completely re-worked Android UI (user interface) by a team of Chinese developers who also are making Android smartphones branded as Xiaomi phones.
Can’t wait for Android 4.2.1? Well, you don’t have to wait. Thanks to XDA developer Monx, you can now get CM10.1 ROM for your Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100. I’ve been running this ROM for over a day now and I have to say, it’s a really, really, really nice ROM.
You can expect all the goodness from the latest Android 4.2.1 and CyanogenMod features including Photo Sphere camera, lockscreen widgets, and more.
For those of you looking for highly-themed ROM with cool features for the Sprint Galaxy Note 2, check out the H2O ROM. As the name implies, the H2O ROM comes with lots of bubbly icons, which makes you think you are in water.
Apart from the highly-themed UI, the H2O ROM comes with Perseus kernel with support up to 1.8Ghz overclocking, YouTube 2 app (allows you to download YouTube videos for viewing later offline), Multi-window with unlimited app support, horizontal launcher enabled, many apps for headphone addicts, and more.
Traveling to another country soon? Perhaps you bought a Verizon Galaxy Note 2 and want to use it in another country?
Did you know that the Verizon Galaxy Note 2 has world bands and supports GSM/HSPA+ to use as a World Phone?
The Verizon Galaxy Note 2 is already a world phone if you swap out the SIM card but Verizon has locked down APN, which means you will be able to get voice but 3G/HSPA+/4G LTE data is blocked.