Posts Tagged ‘note 2’

A Samsung insider says that a couple of former flagships will get updated to the latest version of Android 4.4.2 KitKat within the next couple of months. Namely, the Galaxy S3 and Note 2 should get the update by the end of March this year.


[N7100 4.3]Dr.Ketan’s Custom ROM Deodexed | Prerooted | ZipAligned | AROMA | Fully User controlled customization. V3 | Note3 Fs

ROM features for V5 : – Stand alone pack, no additional pack needed

-Based on 4.3 N7100 MK4 ROM + N900 MJ7 Deodexed, ZipAligned, PreRooted
-Inbuilt Aroma file manager in case anything go wrong while playing device with different mods, you can manage to explore device from recovery
-EFS Backup/Restore
-Recovery Flasher Philx/TWRP/Stock (optional)
-Backup of various parts of ROM like System/app and System Framework folder, before trying any MODs (Optional)
-Various kind of restore utility – As reversal from above said backup
-Coustomized Bloatware remover, select only app you don’t want.(including Knox)


MutiTool Basic:

This is for N7100 only

Glad to announce a utility tool – MultiTool.
This is state of the art must have tool for all newcomers. You can manage following things with it.

– Root
– Busybox
– EFS Backup/Restore
– Recovery changer
– Kernel changer
– Modem changer
– Backup/Restore System App & Framework folder
– Bloatware Backup-Remove-Restore
– LockScreen Security bypass
– Clean device to prepare for Triangle Away
– Flash Recovery/Kernel/Modem from SD card (.img .bin) 


Who are on 4.1.1 firmware, are requested to update their device to latest 4.1.2 (2013 released) as soon as possible, older ROMs have SDS (sudden death syndrome) bug and can brick device spontaneously. latest ROMs are believed to be patched for this bug with kernel and recovery.

ROM mentioned here are pure stock ROMs and it is same as you recieve from kies, as well flashing these ROMs doesn’t raise flash counter. some of ROM also having prerooted version and those are same as stock ROM but root files are pushed in ROM, so you won’t need to have root it. prerooted ROMs mentioned here are also won’t raise flash counter. If you flash prerooted ROM and later want to unroot, simply open SuperSu from application drawer – setting – unroot


The Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy S4 already got their Android 4.3 Jelly Bean updates and now, the Galaxy Note II is next in line. The Android 4.3 build for the phablet has hit Samsung service centers, hinting that the OTA update is imminent.