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Old September 19th, 2012, 12:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Which Android ROM is most customizable / has the most options and settings?
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Old September 19th, 2012, 04:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Depends on the device
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Depends on the device
Going to buy a 'Galaxy Note 2' when it arrives in a couple of weeks.
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With what carrier? Verizon will have a locked bootloader and may take a while to achieve root on any of them.

Hence there are currently no ROMs for the phone. But will most likely get cyanogen mod support which is very customizable.

You can take a look in the current galaxy note forums to get an idea as to what can be done.
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Thing is with cyanogen, you lose everything r
that makes the note 2 special
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Should development start, It will be:
AOSP Looks: CyanogenMod
Customization over CM: Android Open KANG Project (AOKP)
Bright and Cheerfull UI: PA (ParanoidAndroid)
Light and Stable: Slim Bean
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Thing is with cyanogen, you lose everything r
that makes the note 2 special
That's pretty much every AOSP ROM from my experience
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Miui. From the gate. It runs over cyanogenmod.... More themes and things.
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