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[ROM] [MOAR v2.1] [ULTIMATE Note5 Hybrid] [N920PVPS2AOK3] [updated 3/14/2016]

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wineguy

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@tx_dbs_tx Sorry to bug you, but would you have any idea why Bluetooth would behave as described in the last few posts? Not necessarily looking for a "drop everything" response, but maybe if you know something off the top of your head...you obviously know far more about this stuff than us mere mortals. Thanks in advance!

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So here's what I've discovered over the past day or so. I can connect and stay connected to my Fitbit. I can connect and stay connected to a bluetooth receiver we use for our group fitness classes. I cannot connect to my car's system any more. It's almost as if my car's system got corrupted some how? Has anyone heard of that happening before? Could it be that the car's system just crapped out? A few people online (Google search) have apparently had similar issues where the entertainment system in the car had to be replaced, but 99% said it failed again within a few days/weeks/months...
 

doubledragon5

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So here's what I've discovered over the past day or so. I can connect and stay connected to my Fitbit. I can connect and stay connected to a bluetooth receiver we use for our group fitness classes. I cannot connect to my car's system any more. It's almost as if my car's system got corrupted some how? Has anyone heard of that happening before? Could it be that the car's system just crapped out? A few people online (Google search) have apparently had similar issues where the entertainment system in the car had to be replaced, but 99% said it failed again within a few days/weeks/months...

That could be your issue.. Do you have a bluetooth head set or something you can try? How old is the car? how many miles? is it still under warranty? You need to find out what coverage you have for the electrical system, which that would fall under.. My Kia has a 100,00 warranty, but the electrical only goes to 60,000.
 

tx_dbs_tx

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@tx_dbs_tx Sorry to bug you, but would you have any idea why Bluetooth would behave as described in the last few posts? Not necessarily looking for a "drop everything" response, but maybe if you know something off the top of your head...you obviously know far more about this stuff than us mere mortals. Thanks in advance!

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I really don't know what could be happening to cause the Bluetooth issues. I have not been on Lollipop in quite some time. If you wipe everything and reflash the rom, see if Bluetooth works again. Maybe this is a lot of trouble but if bluetooth worked fine early on and all of a sudden issues crop up I would have to assume it would be something that was introduced into your phone that is causing issues. Settings, apps, tweaks, sdcard/internal cache, etc. Also you might want to delete all of your saved device connections, wipe cache and data for Bluetooth services then reconnect to your devices again. See if that helps. If it does then it has to be something conflicting with Bluetooth.
 
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wineguy

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I really don't know what could be happening to cause the Bluetooth issues. I have not been on Lollipop in quite some time. If you wipe everything and reflash the rom, see if Bluetooth works again. Maybe this is a lot of trouble but if bluetooth worked fine early on and all of a sudden issues crop up I would have to assume it would be something that was introduced into your phone that is causing issues. Settings, apps, tweaks, sdcard/internal cache, etc. Also you might want to delete all of your saved device connections, wipe cache and data for Bluetooth services then reconnect to your devices again. See if that helps. If it does then it has to be something conflicting with Bluetooth.

Thanks for the input on an old project. I've tried complete wipes but the problem persists which leads me to think the issue is with the car's system so I'm putting in a call to Honda (car is only 2 years old with 15k miles so I should be covered!)

Thanks again!
 

tx_dbs_tx

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Thanks for the input on an old project. I've tried complete wipes but the problem persists which leads me to think the issue is with the car's system so I'm putting in a call to Honda (car is only 2 years old with 15k miles so I should be covered!)

Thanks again!

I assume you have tested Bluetooth on other devices and other car Bluetooth audio systems?
 

j00manji

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ok past roms, like the stock n5 rom TX made I had this issue eventually as well - went along for most of a year without any problems then suddenly my bluetooth stops displaying whats playing, sometimes it disconnects and wont re-connect, sometimes its on and wont connect at all. Resetting my phone, turning on and off my car - it was all driving me nuts. I loaded up this moar rom the other week just to try something new - uppon flashing my bluetooth issues were gone, for now. Someone said it could be app related, It sounds like something is being updated and borking the bluetooth files in the process. Who knows which side of the fence this problem is really on....anyway, I turned off auto-updating apps, my blue tooth has been behaving pretty normal as of late.
 

ChrisM510

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Thanks for the input on an old project. I've tried complete wipes but the problem persists which leads me to think the issue is with the car's system so I'm putting in a call to Honda (car is only 2 years old with 15k miles so I should be covered!)

Thanks again!
I think I got it! Weird bug (but not because of @tx_dbs_tx)... I had forgotten that I had shut off call audio for one of my devices (my Gear watch). As soon as I toggled it on, bam, she locked right up, no crashes! 1487208927759.jpg

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Mopar68Charger

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Great rom so far. No issues other than the pattern reboot. Im just using swipe now at it works amazing. Great battery life,wireless charging works great also.
 

wineguy

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I assume you have tested Bluetooth on other devices and other car Bluetooth audio systems?

Able to connect to Fitbit without issue (as long as I restart the phone after have the force-closes)...
Cut in and out with bluetooth audio receiver last night while teaching a class (have been using this device for over a year now)...
Haven't tried with another car yet...

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I think I got it! Weird bug (but not because of @tx_dbs_tx)... I had forgotten that I had shut off call audio for one of my devices (my Gear watch). As soon as I toggled it on, bam, she locked right up, no crashes!View attachment 4042926

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Don't have a Gear, but Fitbit and do not have that option on the Fitbit. I tried that toggle on the car's connection, but it would just get kicked off when bluetooth crapped out... After a couple of reboots last night it was able to connect to a bluetooth receiver that I use to teach a class so I'm leaning towards an equipment issue (car) but if others are having issues as well like you, maybe not? Really confused and frustrated at this point...
Thanks for the suggestion though!
 

ChrisM510

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Able to connect to Fitbit without issue (as long as I restart the phone after have the force-closes)...
Cut in and out with bluetooth audio receiver last night while teaching a class (have been using this device for over a year now)...
Haven't tried with another car yet...

---------- Post added at 02:59 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:56 PM ----------



Don't have a Gear, but Fitbit and do not have that option on the Fitbit. I tried that toggle on the car's connection, but it would just get kicked off when bluetooth crapped out... After a couple of reboots last night it was able to connect to a bluetooth receiver that I use to teach a class so I'm leaning towards an equipment issue (car) but if others are having issues as well like you, maybe not? Really confused and frustrated at this point...
Thanks for the suggestion though!
Mine worked just fine on my Android stereo in my car just now...it wasn't working yesterday before I did that toggle switch.

Last night when I flipped that switch, I actually wasn't connected to the Gear...it was on my wrist, and BT was on, but it (the watch) stopped trying to connect after a bunch of tries (which caused a corresponding number of BT crashes on the phone), which allowed BT to stay up, yet not connected to anything. It was then that I was fooling around in the settings and came across that toggle...so I flipped it a d it worked... Hope that provides enough detail.

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wineguy

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Mine worked just fine on my Android stereo in my car just now...it wasn't working yesterday before I did that toggle switch.

Last night when I flipped that switch, I actually wasn't connected to the Gear...it was on my wrist, and BT was on, but it (the watch) stopped trying to connect after a bunch of tries (which caused a corresponding number of BT crashes on the phone), which allowed BT to stay up, yet not connected to anything. It was then that I was fooling around in the settings and came across that toggle...so I flipped it a d it worked... Hope that provides enough detail.

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I just shutdown my Fitbit altogether and tried to pair with my wife's Note 4...As soon as it "discovered" it, bluetooth crapped out again.
Does anyone know if it's possible to uninstall bluetooth and reinstall it to make sure it didn't get corrupted somehow??
 

Tenacious--M

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My phone suddenly bricked on me and I can't even get into TWRP recovery. I was running this ROM when it happened.

I've tried everything I can think of but Odin continues to fail on me. I keep getting "No PIT file" and "mmc" error.

I've even attempted to restore the PIT file along with stock software and repatriation button is checked.

What can I do to get restored or at least get TWRP installed so I can restore from a backup?
 

ianmb

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My phone suddenly bricked on me and I can't even get into TWRP recovery. I was running this ROM when it happened.

I've tried everything I can think of but Odin continues to fail on me. I keep getting "No PIT file" and "mmc" error.

I've even attempted to restore the PIT file along with stock software and repatriation button is checked.

What can I do to get restored or at least get TWRP installed so I can restore from a backup?

Probably nothing, your phone may be dead...RIP
If you are getting an mmc error then I believe that that means your Note 4 is beyond fixing by means of flashing. The Note 4 has only a certain amount of "flashes" before the emmc fails. I think you may need a new phone
 
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hackma1990

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Guyes, ive been using this amazing rom for a while. But the problem with its very stable kernel that i cant change or manipulate neither the usb charging amps, nor usb fast charging.. is there any thing can be done hear for some charging freedom??!
 

samep

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Guyes, ive been using this amazing rom for a while. But the problem with its very stable kernel that i cant change or manipulate neither the usb charging amps, nor usb fast charging.. is there any thing can be done hear for some charging freedom??!
It was mentioned in post #480 but I think development stopped on this ROM before the proposed changes were added.

Fast charging is active on this ROM. No active switch to disable.

If you want fast charging, use original charging block and cable.

If you don't want fast charging, use a standard charging block. You may have some lying around from a previous phone or tablet.

I still use an older charging block for this reason and the fact that reboot on stock ROM with charger connected will automatically default to fast charging, regardless of setting.

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    [M]other [O]f [A]ll [R]oms ..aka.. MOAR
    Take control of your phone
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    As promised, I bring to you THE Official MOAR ROM for the Sprint Galaxy Note 4! Built from my stock Ultimate Note 5 ROM
    which can be found HERE.
    This is an exact replica of the original MOAR rom developed by @rompnit and @tdunham for the Sprint Galaxy Note 5.
    Please visit the original MOAR rom thread to learn more about this Awesome rom and get the latest updates, tips, help and other useful information.

    The rules for this thread are as follows:​
    1. All port related discussion such as issues, updates and fixes must remain in this thread and not posted in the original N5 thread. This is to keep the original rom's thread clear of needless posts unrelated to the original rom.
    2. All features, tips, guides, theming and other MOAR specific discussions can be done in the original rom thread as long as it does not contain issues or other types of posts that are strictly related to the port rom. Use common sense.

    About ROM:
    This build is based on the stock Sprint OK3 5.1.1 Lollipop build for the N5. It's creators @rompnit and @tdunham have long collaborated with other projects. I have recently joined the team and i'm excited to be a part of a very talented group. Together we can conquer all things that make your smartphones Amazing! I have taken on the task of properly porting and fixing various issues that arise from this type of project. A lot of time and work goes into this rom before the porting process even begun! So please giveThanks here as well as the original thread linked above. We hope you enjoy your MOAR experience!

    Features:
    • All custom features are controlled through the Moar Control Center application (pictured).
    • Based on Lollipop OK3 firmware // Knox free // ItsOn free
    • Mod Control with a ton of different mods! //
    • On the fly theming // Choose ANY color for a bunch of things!
    • Deodexed // Optimized and debloated apks & jars
    • Build.prop, battery, and CSC tweaks // Smooth as silk performance
    • Hacked Hotspot // Signature verification disabled
    • Modified and working Private Mode
    • PRL write enabled // MSL check removed
    • ASEC package security disabled
    • Device status "Official" // Syscope dependencies removed
    • All apps enabled for Multiwindow // All apps NATIVELY enabled!
    • Music Control // Customizable long press volume skip mod
    • Phone call and screen recording with toggles!
    • Tons of unlocked settings // AppOps permission manager, blocking mode, etc.
    • Modified default Animation Scales
    • High volume warning disabled
    • Wireless charging popup disabled
    • Hotspot wifi warning disabled
    • Application permissions added
    • Scrolling cache disabled
    • Protected features.xml from Xposed writes
    • Torch enabled volume buttons
    • Install from unknown sources enabled as default
    • Custom bootanimation support
    • Unlocked addition volume items
    • Max brightness for statusbar
    • Custom statusbar clock
    • 3minit battery/battery bar/text battery
    • Custom sound levels
    • Call/MMS Blocking
    • Custom carrier texts
    • Toggles for statusbar icons/charging/notifications and more
    • Custom button mappings
    • Back to kill mod
    • Custom extended power menu
    • Customize end call delay
    • Increasing ringtone toggle
    • System backup/restore feature
    • NFC always enabled features
    • Camera modified for use with low battery
    • Custom rotation toggles
    • Custom statusbar backgrounds
    • Custom quickpanel toggle colors
    • Custom quickpanel view settings
    • Mokee Listview Animations
    • Custom two line dateview for pulldown
    • Customizable third button shortcuts for pulldown
    • Fontpack with over a 1000 fonts. Credits @Winb33
    • Custom pulldown backgrounds
    • Next Alarm mod for lock screen
    • Expanded from 2 thru 5 viewable notifications on the lockscreen
    • Centered Lockscreen
    • Pedometer widget added to lockscreen
    • Most lockscreen components colorable
    • Floating Toolbox mod
    • Samsung Keyboard longpress mod - selectable values
    • Dual color volume slider changed to stock when headset plugged in
    • Lockscreen seconds mod
    • Lockscreen stock clock size scaling
    • Xtrememusic with V4A
    • Custom launchers
    • Custom SetupWizard introduction
    • Custom lockscreen clock mod with real numbers
    • Custom backgrounds on SD for ease of user access
    • Fullscreen dialer screen
    • Fullscreen caller screen
    • Aroma installer
    • And much, much, MOAR!

    Added the following apps:
    • Peel Smart Remote ( Why not? The Note 4 has a IR blaster unlike the note 5 )
    • Backup app
    • GifMaker app (is an add-on feature for the stock Samsung photo gallery and can be found in the stock gallery's menu)
    • Samsung fonts package (can be accessed from fonts settings. There's a lot so it takes a few seconds to load them all. when you open fonts settings be patient, they will load)
    • Video Editor full version (I fixed the internal linking from the stock samsung video app so it will take you straight to the video editor when pressing "edit" for a video)

    Added Features:
    • XtremeMusic v7.0 by: @androidexpert35 (insert thread link here)
    • Dolby ATMOS (overrides Samsung SoundAlive in stock Samsung music player as well as system wide audio)

    Known issues: (same as the stock UN5 rom)
    This is the list of known minor issues upon initial release. Some are beyond my control.
    I haven't had time to look at these issues and it's very likely that i will not have them fixed before Marshmallow is released.

    • Sprint Zone will fc during initial rom setup. it is looking for the bloat installer and ID apps which are removed.
    • FM radio is broken (I plan to finish solving this problem in the future as I have a good sense of direction to solve this )

    • [*]World clock tab in the clock app does not work. (I know the cause of this problem and will try to fix it another time)
    • Some Samsung apps (specifically 64bit versions) cannot be updated through Samsung galaxy app store. This is to be expected and they will fail to install. Please consider this before you remove any stock samsung apps!
    • S-View cover doesn't work.
    Did i miss anything? I think that's about it! Please report any issues or bugs if you find something. Also PM me so your report doesn't get overlooked.

    Changelog
    ***v2.1*** Initial release (rom features listed above)

    ***v2.1a***
    • Fixed stock samsung audio
    • Fixed highest volume audio bug
    • Fixed stock Samsung SoundAlive (however the bass knob in SoundAlive has a bug where bass will drop if you turn it to the left. Leave it centered for the best results)
    • Made major adjustments to XtremeMusic installation and removal via aroma. It will now work exactly how it needs to work! Removal process will return stock audio exactly as it was originally! This is custom tailored for this rom ONLY. DO NOT FLASH THE OFFICIAL XTREMEMUSIC REMOVAL ZIP!!! IT WILL TOTALLY MESS UP STOCK AUDIO. THAT REMOVAL TOOL WAS NOT DONE CORRECTLY!!! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!
    • Fixed GPS issue
    • Fixed World Clock
    • Fixed various things in aroma
    • Replaced root package with the same version from UN5 Hybrid rom
    • Updated all apps
    • Added 32bit N4 camera modes
    • Added New options in aroma for N5 & S7 browser and new TW launcher (MM 6dock 5x5 app drawer)
    • Improved scripts in aroma to handle switching between the launchers and browsers. Expect a clean slate when switching between these apps in aroma. There should be no issues now.
    • Streamlined ROM Install section of aroma: Removed ability to skip certain features in aroma during ROM install, making them mandatory selections. This will prevent issues during initial ROM flash, making it more "fool-proof" in the event somebody decides to dirty flash on top of an existing system and in other situations. Once ROM is installed use the "Add/Remove Features" in aroma and you will have no problems.
    • I may have missed something... if so i'll edit this as needed.

    ***v2.1b***
    • Fixed MOAR custom launcher not installing when flashing the rom
    • Fixed problem with updating SuperSU and losing root when flashing ad-ons in aroma.
    • Updated Dolby ATMOS (included with XtremeMusic Mod)
    • Added MaxxAudio (included with XtremeMusic Mod)
    • SoundAlive will now be removed when you install XtremeMusic mod (it interferes with other audio mods. It's not needed anyway if you're running better audio mods.)
    • Added options in aroma to install iOS or stock Samsung Emoji (can be found in AddRemove Features AOSP/TW section)
    I think that's it...


    Before you Flash!!!

    Before you flash this rom you absolutely MUST be running the latest OK1 software for the Sprint Note 4 with the latest bootloader as well as having your phone fully activated. While on the stock un-rooted OK1 rom, you will need to go to Settings/System updates and update PRL then update Profile. Reboot your phone and then go to Settings/Activate this device and launch it to properly activate your phone on the sprint network. Once this completes, make sure data, calls and gps works as it should. You must also download the latest TWRP v3.0 and flash it with odin on your PC. Aroma does not work right on older versions of TWRP so please update it before flashing this rom! Warning: DO NOT use Material theme in TWRP! It will cause you to not be able to read any of the text in Aroma. Once everything is activated and working and you have the latest TWRP installed, proceed with the flashing instructions below. If you ignore these requirements please expect issues and don't ask for help until you do these initial steps.

    Note: You can either take the ota updates in order on your phone via OTA updates, or use odin to flash the software in order of release until you are fully updated. OTA updates on your phone are installed differently than odin packages therefore you may only have to take one or two updates to become current. The OTA updates run scripts to patch your current rom unlike odin tar packages that completely write the entire partition replacing everything clean. I will not go into great detail about that here. I have covered this many times in my other threads so if you aren't sure then do some searching here in the Note 4 forums.

    ***Before you flash any rom, please make sure your battery has at least 50% charge***

    Flashing Instructions:
    Lets begin...
    1. Download the rom
    2. Check the MD5!!! Use a MD5 checksum tool on your pc or phone (Google is your friend)
    3. Copy the downloaded rom to your phone's internal storage or micro-sd card
    Note: It has become apparent to me that if you are coming from another custom rom, especially another port rom, that you MUST also wipe your internal storage. Left over data from other roms DO cause major problems! So if you want the best trouble-free experience with this rom, I highly recommend that you backup anything you need from you internal storage and wipe it in recovery. You should do this before placing this rom on your internal storage or else put the rom zip on your micro-sd card.
    4. Backup anything you need to backup from your internal storage and copy it to your pc or sd-card (DO NOT RESTORE BACKED UP APPS! INSTALL THEM FRESH FOR THE BEST TROUBLE-FREE EXPERIENCE!)
    5. Reboot to TWRP 3.0 custom recovery. Press "Wipe". Do the "Factory Reset" several times then go into "Advanced Wipe" options and wipe Dalvic Cache, System, Data, and Cache several times.
    6. Go to recovery home screen and select "Install" and select the rom that you have already copied to your phone in step 3. above.
    7. Flash the rom and the Aroma script will step you through the install process. Just follow the on-screen menu and choose the options you want and install the rom. Once it finishes uncheck the reboot checkbox and let it reboot to recovery. WAIT!!! DO NOT REBOOT YOUR PHONE YET!!!

    ***THE NEXT STEP IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!!! It is done in order to clear the phone's current battery stats and prepare the phone for proper battery calibration***
    ***If you skip this step you will possibly have incorrect and misread battery capacity by your phone and will result in incorrect battery capacity problems*** Trust me. Do as I say and you will be perfectly fine.

    8. While back in recovery go to the recovery homescreen and select "Reboot" then "Power Off".
    9. With your phone powered off remove your battery. With the battery removed press and hold the power button for AT LEAST 20 seconds then release it.
    10. Replace the battery and power on your phone. If the phone reboots into recovery then simply press "Reboot" then press reboot "System".
    11. The initial boot process will take around 7 minutes. Just be patient. It will boot.
    12. Once the phone has booted and you see the setup wizard screen, select your language then press the botton to continue to the next step. STOP HERE!
    ***THE NEXT STEP IS VERY IMPORTANT!!!***
    13. Stop at the wifi setup screen!!! Turn wifi off or leave it on, it doesn't matter. But STAY ON THIS SCREEN until your Sprint data has fully connected or else you will
    not be able to sign into your accounts and the setup wizard will not be happy.
    14. Once you have a data connection continue through setup wizard as usual.

    That's it! You're done!

    Enjoy the finest Note 5 port rom there is for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4! Please post rom feedback and support questions ONLY in this thread. Use the original MOAR thread for other general discussions that are not port related.
    Enjoy your new Hybrid Galaxy!

    Please consider making a kind donation for all of my time and hard work! Just click on the link right above. It is not required but is very much appreciated and it shows me that people do appreciate what I do for the community. Thank you!



    Credits
    (some credits carried over from the original moar rom thread)​

    @rompnit original Rom Developer​
    @tdunham for the stock deodexed base rom and MOAR development. Thank you!​
    @Chainfire for root and SuperSU. Thank you!​
    @iBotPeaches for the continued development and support of apktool. Thank you!​
    @JesusFreke for smali/baksmali tools! Thank you!​
    @freeza for BeastMode-Kernel-2.2-N910P-RAGE. Thank you!​
    @androidexpert35 for XTREMEMusic v7.0 Thank you!​
    @viper520 V4A ViPER4Android​
    @rlmiller for his tireless support​
    @Goddly for the sound mods​
    @Chaz187 for keeping me sane​
    @willowmaker420 for the custom icons​
    @gharrington for the 3minit battery mod​
    @daxgirl & @Wuby986 for their work on the wonderful Rom Control App [App][Code project][5.0+]Rom Control app for devs​
    @remuntada78 and all the gang in the GALAXY S5 UNIFIED MODS THREAD - GUIDES & LINKS thread​
    @poppuri Full Screen caller mod​
    @thereassaad @androidwizzard Edge Features & Toolbox mods​
    @goody68 Floating Messages mod​
    @Morningstar Notification Panel Lollipop mod​
    @DaRk-L0rD Autostart mod​
    @carotix @stangdriver44 Lockscreen real numbers mod​
    @goddly @sshafranko Sound mods​
    @mrrobinson Adaway​
    @martillero @surghikov lockscreen seconds​
    @millerboy3 for some of the proper N5 apk .9 image conversions. Thank you!​
    @ Myself for being so determined, devoted and persistent with the making of this rom! )​
    If I have missed a credit to somebody please let me know so I can add them to this list!​


    ROM Port Development
    @tx_dbs_tx​

    Testing & Troubleshooting team: BIG Thanks!
    (in random order)​
    @ianmb​
    @Qubanaso​
    @Jhill110​
    @Cflynt​
    @dgr581​
    @LMMT​
    @kenjesse​
    @ipodhacked86​
    @samep​
    @dgr581​
    @jc.m​

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    XDA:DevDB Information
    MOAR 2.1 OK3 Port, ROM for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    Contributors
    tx_dbs_tx, @rompnit @tdunham
    ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x
    ROM Firmware Required: N910PVPS4COK1
    Based On: SPR-N910PVPS4COK1-20151209172046 / N920PVPS2AOK3_N920PSPT2AOK3_SPR

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 2.1
    Stable Release Date: 2016-03-06

    Created 2016-03-06
    Last Updated 2016-03-20
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    I have MOAR 2.1a ready but I have to fix the gps problem before i can upload it. I am working on the gps problem and it is my #1 priority right now. Please be patient.

    In the meantime, i have uploaded the new UN5 1.1 rom in the other thread. A new changelog is in the OP that lists the fixes, etc.
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    Update:

    Just a quick update on what I've been working on for those who aren't in my google hangout...
    I have been working on my new N5 Marshmallow port rom. I have no plans to continue working on this Lollipop N5 port once I get the Marshmallow N5 port going. This is the status as of right now. I have been putting all of my spare time into this N5 marshmallow port and it has new and unique challenges. Thanks for the support.
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    FYI. Although this is MOAR v2.1, it is technically still v1.0 for the port. So if there happens to be a significant issue that needs to be fixed, i will edit any future releases with an alphabetical extension Ex. Ultimate_Note5_Hybrid_Moar-ROM_v2.1a.zip... Ultimate_Note5_Hybrid_Moar-ROM_v2.1b.zip, and so on. That's IF there is a need. Also, if and when the original MOAR rom gets updated and if i do port it, the version number of the original rom will be reflected on the port rom as well. But I can't guarantee i will port any future builds. There's just too many variables for me to make that commitment. But i will try. Enjoy the rom!