For those of you who are jealous of your friends who have recently bought a brand, new Pixel smartphone, you no longer have to be if you install Android 7.1 Nougat on your Galaxy Note 3 using CM14.1 ROM. (See our Pixel XL Unboxing & Initial Review)
If you want to keep your root and have cool features like unlocked hotspot/call recording, you may want to install the latest Jasmine Lollipop ROM. For those of you coming from KitKat ROM with root, this is the best route so you don’t lose root permanently along with your unlocked WiFi hotspot.
Looking to turn your Note 3 into a Note 4? Look nowhere further than Note 4 Port Evolution ROM by XDA user Kbythwood!
Based on Android 4.4.4 TouchWiz, Note 4 Port Evolution ROM brings you Note 4 system UI and features to your Note 3, it will work on the AT&T Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900A, T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T, Canadian SM-N900W8, and (should work, although not tested) international SM-N9005.
If you have a rooted Galaxy Note 3, you have a choice between using CWM or TWRP Recovery, both which do pretty much the same thing to backup, restore, and install ROMs.
Well, if you are not using CWM Recovery to backup/restore ROM, and using TWRP Recovery instead, here’s how to do it easily.
One of the coolest features on CWM Recovery with a rooted Galaxy Note 3 is the fact that you can backup and restore ROMs.
What does backing up/restoring ROMs mean though?
When you make a backup ROM, it will backup your whole OS including your apps, settings, app data, everything except for contents of your internal storage such as personal photos, videos, and other files.