First and foremost, all work belongs to beerbong,
I am pleased to bring to the Note community my kang build of the awesome JellyBeer ROM!
In ROM settings:
Set custom DPI
Change navigation bar height
3 different UI modes @ any DPI (phone, phablet and tablet)
Custom carrier name
Disable physical buttons
Center clock in status bar
Week day in the clock
Suport for /data/local.prop
Removed CM wallpapers, LiveWallpaper and LiveWallpapersPicker
Removed some ringtones
Added ZipInstaller (Multi zip installer!!!)
Battery save tweaks
Tweaks ui/launcher/performance (compiled by jmico)
Recovery: removed some confirmation "No"
CM tablet options activated when in TabletUI
Remove all recent apps button
If you have a question, read the 2nd post. If it was not answered read the thread.
Odds are if you have a question, someone else already asked it and it's been answered.
Please do not answer questions that have been asked and answered before, just ignore/report them.
The DOWNLOAD link is of course at natewiebe13's site.
If you appreciate him letting us use his server, throw him a few $$ for costs.
You should use TWRP and always wipe system and factory reset!
As for Gapps you should be using some plain JB Gapps like these,gapps-jb-20121011-signed.zip
Don't ask if others work, just try them and post your results.
If you like my work, show me.
This ROM contains the Cyanogen Mod kernel.
If you want overclocking flash one of DAGr8's kernels
Don't post about issues you have with them here.
Be careful with this ROM, it will end your desire to constantly flash!
Q: I'm getting a #7 error when trying to flash your ROM!?
A: Use TWRP or just update your CWM.
Q: Which Gapps should I use!?
A: Look in up a few lines.
Q: What's different about this ROM!?
A: Check this out and be amazed!
Q: I'm having some crazy issues that no one else has!?
A: Guess what, you messed up. Use TWRP wipe system, and do a factory reset.
Then flash the ROM and Gapps listed in the OP and wipe cache/dalvik. Do not restore stuff with TB.
Q: How's the battery life in this ROM!?
A: Awesome of course.
Q: Which kernel is the best!?
A: Try them both and figure it out yourself.
Q: Has the music bug been fixed!?
A: Everything seems to work fine.
Q: Bluetooth!? Is it fixed yet!?
Q: I am not getting notification lights!?
A: In advance settings uncheck and check the box.
Q: Kang, kang, kang, kanger! You big kanger! Wait, what does it mean to kang!?
A: Ok well let's set the record straight on this one. Yes this ROM is a kang, but so is almost
every other ROM for the note. Kang means to take somebody else's work and put it to good
use. Credit is expected but occasionally not given. I for one always am the first to admit what I
am building is a kang. If the "dev" who built the ROM isn't the one who wrote the source then
he just made a kang build (for example, krarvind wrote the slim source, so his builds aren't kangs).
Mod edit: Source code