Most of my Android devices are loaded with custom ROM. Only HTC One X (which not yet unlock bootloader due to warranty void issue) and Google Nexus 7 (stock ROM is good enough for the moment) are in stock OS. My Samsung Galaxy Note II is loaded with Android Revolution HD ROM just like Galaxy S3. Why use custom ROM instead of stock firmware? Malaysia firmware is always late to update when compare to Europe region firmware. Therefore, why limit yourself and not to try out latest and greatest stuffs in newer firmware. Besides, Android Revolution HD ROM for Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has lot of goodies in store. Android Revolution HD 8.0 is based on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean – latest official Samsung XXDLL7 firmware. Of course, it is fully optimized, tweaked and rooted. And other features like GPU UI rendering enabled with full Exynos 4 Quad (GPU) rendering, RAM optimizations, speed optimizations, improved CPU governors performance, excellent battery life, improved EXT4 performance, Adobe Flash Player support and lot more…


Android Revolution HD ROM for Samsung Galaxy Note 2


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