Jedi X16 ROM for Galaxy Note 2! [AT&T/T-Mobile/Canadian/GT-N7105]

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For this week’s AT&T/T-Mobile/Canadian/GT-N7105 Note 2 ROM of the week, check out latest Jedi X16 ROM!

Based on Android 4.1.2 TouchWiz firmware, latest Jedi X16 ships with an update Saber kernel, which has been compiled with Linux 3.0.87 and should give you much better performance and battery life over previous versions.

Also, couple additional themes have been added, here’s a list of all the great themes to choose from:

  • Stock Jedi
  • Jedi Black/White
  • Jedi Blue
  • Jedi Orange
  • Jedi Purple
  • Jedi Red
  • Jedi S4 Style
  • Deviant Jedi
  • Hydro Green

With the latest X16, you will also find just one file for all the different Note 2 variants and modem has been removed for compatibility. Other than that, you will find an an option for stock, 5×5, or 5×6 TouchWiz launcher option (my favorite is 5×6), Android 4.2 PhotoSphere camera (upgrade to 4.3 here), App2SD (swap internal with external sd), and option to choose your carrier (for GT-N7105, just use AT&T).

With Saber kernel, you can overclock this ROM up to 1.92 Ghz (I recommend around 1.7 to 1.8Ghz) and also overclock GPU (I recommend 733Mhz) using the Trickster MOD.

And for those of you who’ve never tried this ROM, you will find a ton of customization through Jedi ROM Tricks app (customize 23 quick toggles, set custom ink effect, Xposed App Settings, LMT Pie Control, and more).

Overall, you should find the latest version faster than ever with better battery life as the kernel has been upgraded. Try it out this week(end) and do let me know what you think of the latest version!


Download Jedi X16 ROM for Galaxy Note 2 (for AT&T/T-Mobile/Canadian/GT-N7105)

For Korean Note 2, use AT&T version and flash AOSP SJKernel.

Credits – AT&TT-Mobile <— Please donate to the developer Ptmr3 or hit “Thanks” button on XDA if you like this ROM, thx!

For running your apps in Phone or Tablet mode, see our Xposed App Settings tutorial.
For running PIE Control, see our LMT Launcher tutorial.

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