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By ScubaSteev, Senior Member on 8th April 2014, 02:38 AM
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I just switched from verizon to t mobile and bought a note II off a guy, it has a rom already on it and it's glitchy.
Can someone tell me what's a good cool rom and tell me what I need to do to make sure I don't brick it.
I had the galaxy s 1,2, and 3 I put roms on.
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I just switched from verizon to t mobile and bought a note II off a guy, it has a rom already on it and it's glitchy.
Can someone tell me what's a good cool rom and tell me what I need to do to make sure I don't brick it.
I had the galaxy s 1,2, and 3 I put roms on.
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Do you know what rom and recovery it has on it?
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Xxuemk4 is the rom.
And it's twrp

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What model is the phone? Check the sticker under the battery.

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What model is the phone? Check the sticker under the battery.

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Install the app from the thread below and let us know which bootloader and baseband you are running. That can help us understand what the best advice is for you.

Do you prefer AOSP vs Touchwiz? What are you looking for in a ROM? Rock solid and reliable while remaining well appointed would take you in one direction for mature TW ROM options complete with Wi-Fi calling.

Feature packed with the latest versions and bleeding edge development (usually bringing *quirks*) is another.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2619197


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Ok ty

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Bootloader and baseband are important. They tell us about the path to be taken to the next steps especially since a lot of the info from the app is derived from the ROM being run.

Bootloader is hard to fake as is baseband. They are not individually identifiable numbers like an imei.


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