Last week, we did take a quick look at the ported version of Tweaked ROM for the Verizon Note 2. Well, Tweaked ROM for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 is actually the original and if you have a T-Mobile Note 2, this is certainly one of the best ROMs for it (alongside Jedi X or Jedi Master ROMs). Since this ROM does not come with a modem, you can also install it on AT&T, Canadian, or GT-N7105.
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For this week’s T-Mobile Note 2 ROM of the week, check out the all-new Jedi Master ROM version 14!
Based on the latest T-Mobile MD1 LTE official firmware, the Jedi Master ROM is very similar to the Jedi X ROM but with T-Mobile base for more stability, wifi-calling/LTE support.
For this week’s T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 SGH-T889 ROM of the week, check out Frosty JellyBean ROM!
One of my favorite ROMs on the T-Mobile Galaxy S3, Frosty Jelly Bean ROM brings you stability of stock ROM plus many, many tweaks including battery, speed, RAM, and CPU that will make your T-Mobile Note 2 much faster.
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.
For those of you who want Multi-window and Awesome Beats on your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 SGH-T889 NOW (not tomorrow), check out the latest Jedi X ROM by XDA user Ptmr3 (Follow him on Twitter here) which comes with those.
Also, multi-window is enabled for all apps plus the ROM comes with additional MultiWindow Control app which allows you to add any apps for the multiview tab shortcuts.
For this week’s ROM of the week on the AT&T SGH-i317 or T-Mobile SGH-T889 Galaxy Note 2, try the AOKP Android 4.2.1 ROM, which is pretty solid.
Out of the box, you will get the full ROM Control settings offered by latest AOKP Android 4.2.1 including Android 4.2 Camera (Sorry, Photo Sphere isn’t working), Gallery, GMail, and other goodies like unlimited/all lockscreen widgets enabled.
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.
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.
Probably one of the coolest features of rooting and custom ROMs/Kernels is that you can overclock your phone to a blazing CPU frequency, resulting in a Note 2 that can run near 30-50% faster than a stock phone.
Well, if you have a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 SGH-T889 (or Canadian models starting with SGH-T889), you can install the Bullet kernel that supports up to a whopping 1.9Ghz overclocking. Now, not all phones support such high CPU clock speeds but who knows, you might be one of the lucky ones.
If you want some serious 1.8Ghz quad-core speeds, multi-view, and wifi-calling, there’s finally a ROM for that, MyROM.
Based on latest T889UVALK8 firmware, MyROM brings UI/RAM/Network speed tweaks along with Note2Core kernel (overclocked to 1.8Ghz out of the box, no need to install SetCPU). Pretty simple ROM yet very fast and brings some of the latest multi-view features.