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18th February 2013, 04:13 AM |#21  
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Have you flashed Tweaked?

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No, how do you like it? How's the battery life? Maybe I'll give it a go tonight.
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18th February 2013, 04:18 AM |#22  
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No, how do you like it? How's the battery life? Maybe I'll give it a go tonight.

I've owned every phone you can imagine. Literally. And it's one of the best stock based roms I've ever seen. And the developer is badass. If you find a problem he fixes it. 1.4 should be dropping tomorrow and is gonna have some cool new features. As far as battery life, I've been off the charger for about 12 hours and with 2 hours screen on I'm at 74%. No complaints.

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18th February 2013, 04:25 AM |#23  
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I've owned every phone you can imagine. Literally. And it's one of the best stock based roms I've ever seen. And the developer is badass. If you find a problem he fixes it. 1.4 should be dropping tomorrow and is gonna have some cool new features. As far as battery life, I've been off the charger for about 12 hours and with 2 hours screen on I'm at 74%. No complaints.

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I agree. Tweaked is a great rom and so is the developer. If your looking for a rom that doesn't stray far from the stock look CleanROM is a great choice but if your looking for something that also has some really cool mods baked in like TSM Parts then I highly recommend Tweaked . It's great on battery life to. Jedi is a really good rom as well. Haven't tried any Verizon or Sprint Roms. I also really like Novella which is an AT&T rom.
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18th February 2013, 04:26 AM |#24  
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So if the Rom dont include a modem then u just flash as normal. Seems like there could be room for error here, flashing roms that are not made for your device could lead to a soft bricked device and cause the kernel to go into bootloops. I would at least flash a tmobile kernel along with any Rom I chose to flash
18th February 2013, 04:34 AM |#25  
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Just wanted to say you really shouldn't even need to flash a modem unless the rom your wanting to flash contains a modem. If the rom contains a modem then you'll need to flash a T-Mobile modem otherwise you will still have the same modem you had before flashing.

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Was gonna say the same thing

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I second cleanrom by far the best rom for our phones IMO.

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So if the Rom dont include a modem then u just flash as normal. Seems like there could be room for error here, flashing roms that are not made for your device could lead to a soft bricked device and cause the kernel to go into bootloops. I would at least flash a tmobile kernel along with any Rom I chose to flash

Sorry All im out of thanks otherwise you would have received one from me for these very useful posts! Clean rom was the rom i was wanting to try but wasnt sure if i could. thank you all for the clarification on that and on modem. Also where might i find the tweaked rom you speak of? att or verizon? Thanks!
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18th February 2013, 04:42 AM |#26  
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So if the Rom dont include a modem then u just flash as normal. Seems like there could be room for error here, flashing roms that are not made for your device could lead to a soft bricked device and cause the kernel to go into bootloops. I would at least flash a tmobile kernel along with any Rom I chose to flash

Agreed, Im not a dev and dont claim to be and im not a port master. First off you may sooner or later run into unforeseen issues such as aps fc or gps not locking , loss of data unexpected or loss of cell service possibly. Now you may fair out ok with doing this with the t.mo/att gsm phones. But going to where the coding is different such as Verizon/Sprint and I'm assuming partitions you stand a high chance to ME for a permanent break and not just a soft brick. I would be scared to try it. I have heard of a patch that some Verizon user's use as they have used my roms. But I would love for a dev to step in a set the record straight as they could shed light in it for us all.

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18th February 2013, 04:47 AM |#27  
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I've owned every phone you can imagine. Literally. And it's one of the best stock based roms I've ever seen. And the developer is badass. If you find a problem he fixes it. 1.4 should be dropping tomorrow and is gonna have some cool new features. As far as battery life, I've been off the charger for about 12 hours and with 2 hours screen on I'm at 74%. No complaints.

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Sounds awesome. I'm going to try it after work. Thanks man!
18th February 2013, 04:55 AM |#28  
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It didnt Work with ROM jellybomb from sprint... something about it could not encrypt device and ask to reboot and then the same thing happened...no bueno.

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18th February 2013, 05:00 AM |#29  
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Hey guys, I have tried the CleanRom from att thread but when I got to aroma I chose Tmobile modem but the recovery keeps restarting .. any idea ??
18th February 2013, 05:33 AM |#30  
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Hey guys, I have tried the CleanRom from att thread but when I got to aroma I chose Tmobile modem but the recovery keeps restarting .. any idea ??



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Probably because the framework and apns and cnc and jars and build prop are conflicting from att to t mobile and add libs to that if you try a Sprint or Verizon versions lol good look to everyone on here that listens to this guide. Sorry to say . You will end up with breaking something permanent.

Im pulling away from this waste of time .Dont say I didn't warn against this method. No disrespect to OP just my opinion
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Probably because the framework and apns and cnc and jars and build prop are conflicting from att to t mobile and add libs to that if you try a Sprint or Verizon versions lol good look to everyone on here that listens to this guide. Sorry to say . You will end up with breaking something permanent.

Im pulling away from this waste of time .Dont say I didn't warn against this method. No disrespect to OP just my opinion

CleanROM has been updated to 4.5 which now supports T-Mobile. All you have to do is choose T-Mobile in the Aroma Installer. I've flashed it several times and it runs flawless on my T-Mobile GN2. As far as the partition layouts being different. From what I've read (I could be wrong) the only LTE Galaxy Note 2 that has any differences is the Sprint version but I thought it only had to do with the recovery. Not 100% sure though. I seem to forget things pretty quick
I'll try and look to see where I read that and post it but I'm almost positive I read that in one of the TWRP threads.

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Sorry All im out of thanks otherwise you would have received one from me for these very useful posts! Clean rom was the rom i was wanting to try but wasnt sure if i could. thank you all for the clarification on that and on modem. Also where might i find the tweaked rom you speak of? att or verizon? Thanks!

Tweaked Rom is in the same section as this. It's for the T-Mobile GN2

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