For those of you looking to try experience the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop today, you are in luck as there’s several Android 5.1 custom ROMs floating around. Of all the ones I’ve tried so far, I can recommend you the CM Remix ROM, which comes with latest Android 5.1 and root.
Category: T-Mobile Note 4 ROMs
Tired of waiting for Android Lollipop update on your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4?
Well, T-Mobile still is lagging behind other carriers and international models by many months but the good news is that Lollipop update is now available for Canadian Note 4 SM-N910W8.
Since T-Mobile Note 4 is 100% compatible with Canadian Note 4, you can go ahead and install the Canadian Lollipop stock ROM on your T-Mobile Note 4.
For this week’s ROM of the week, check out the BeanStalk ROM ported by XDA user Mod57!
Based on latest Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, BeanStalk is an AOSP ROM (What is AOSP?) that can be installed on T-Mobile, Canadian Note 4, SM-N910F, and probably any other international Note 4 with Qualcomm CPU. If you are looking for a top-notch AOSP Lollipop ROM that’s going to turn your Note 4 into a super Nexus device, BeanStalk ROM can do that as it also comes with a ton of customization.
For those of with a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910T or Canadian SM-N910W8 who want to get a great, stable daily driver that’s faster/better than stock, definitely check out the Infamous ROM by XDA user Jamison904.
As many people know, stock TouchWiz firmware has been plagued by laggy performance but with custom ROM like Infamous ROM, it can really supercharge your Note 4 to the fullest while adding new cool features like unlocked wifi hotspot, native call recording, custom Power menu, quad multi-window, and much much more.
For those of you looking to enhance your Galaxy Note 4 by installing a pure Google custom ROM, look nowhere else than CM12 ROM by XDA user Slayher.
The CM12 ROM brings you the best and latest Android Lollipop 5.0.2 to your Note 4. Of course, this is still in beta stages but I’ve used it as daily driver fine with no problems other than no NFC and 4K video recording.