Many of you may know about my WanamLite Roms for Galaxy S3, so i'm glad to present you my Rom for Galaxy Note 2 (N7100 only).
The main goal of this Rom is Stability, performance and battery life, that's why i will try to include essential and free bug mods only.
Screenshots will be posted on 2nd post.
Based on the latest FW
Stock Odexed & Rooted & Busybox
Stock Rooted Kernel with Init.d support, few tweaks and SELinux set to Permissive
Large APN list
Debloated (removed Samsung Apps and Social Hubs, available on a separate patch)
Clean build.prop for best Market compatibility
Stock Keyboard with all supported languages enabled
Enabled all handwriting languages
Wanam Xposed App (include an option to Hide Knox notifications)
Auto wipe cache & dalvik-cache before flashing
Big thanks to @savadam for the videos: Installation Guide:
How to install Wanam Xposed on Rooted Galaxy Note 2 N7100:
Wanam Xposed Features Walkthrough :
Some simple tips to get the best of your battery life :
Disable auto sync for accounts if you don't need it
Disable GPS (and wifi gps) when not in use
Disable auto backup of Goggle account
Set brightness level to automatic
Disable motion if you don't use it
Check your apps settings and disable useless background sync
Disable useless animations
Current devices: LG G3 32gb / HTC ONE (M8) Gun Metal / Nexus 5 32gb Black / Huawei ascend P7
Previous devices: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (black) (N9005) / Nexus 5 16gb Black / Nexus 7 (2013) 32GB / Samsung Galaxy S4 Black (i9505) / Samsung Galaxy Note II White / Archos Gamepad / Sony Xperia Tablet Z / HTC one Black / Sony Xperia Z Black / Meizu MX2 / Samsung Galaxy Note II White / Google Nexus 7 / Samsung Galaxy S III / Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 3G / HTC One X / Sony Xperia S / Samsung Galaxy S II
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