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I know there's no correct answer. I'm new to Samsung as I've had Motorola for the past 5 years, Is the Note 3 unlockable? If so is the first link I posted still able to work for rooting the Note 3? Also what's the best rom as in sustainability and customization and battery life? I'd like to be able to customize as much as I can and be on 4.4.4 if possible. I'm also interested in something that doesn't have many problems or glitches. Thanks to anyone who helps.
 
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For me . If u want stock look with mods and stuff there is crash rom ,if u want alot of customization , system ui and themes there is x-note but its thread closed for now

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For me . If u want stock look with mods and stuff there is crash rom ,if u want alot of customization , system ui and themes there is x-note but its thread closed for now

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Well I was wanting a rom that is debloated, faster then stock, best battery saving stats, and very customizable with support. It's hard to find one on here because there's about a million different roms lol
 
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Well I was wanting a rom that is debloated, faster then stock, best battery saving stats, and very customizable with support. It's hard to find one on here because there's about a million different roms lol
I've seemed to like Omega rom. The only question I seem to have now is what's up with flashing kernals? I've never had to flash kernals before and I'm a bit clueless on them.
 
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