by Ken East, 1 year ago
Ice Cream Sandwich is definitely the most-awaited Android OS. Android users, no matter what Android phone they are using, are hoping for the Ice Cream Sandwich update to finally be released for their devices. It’s…
Members of the Android community have been known to be quick on their feet, and that certainly hasn’t stopped from being true. Whenever new updates are released for software, dedicated Android developers make sure that new ROMs follow in their wake. This means that Android users will be able to enjoy a progressive Android experience, incorporating a lot of the fixes that new software updates bring with them.
Samsung Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) users should be pleased that today, it’s their device’s turn to shine with a new ROM fresh out of the XDA Developers forums.
The jBroiCS N7000 Edition 1.0 ROM was developed by XDA Developers senior member jblanc. An AOSP ROM, jBroiCS packs tweaks such as a Bravia Engine mod, DSPManager, Invertus Theme v2.0, and jBroid Engine v4.0.
Because this ROM is rather new and still under development, there are still some bugs that need fixing. Some users’ complaints include trouble with Bluetooth pairing, where pairing with headphones is possible but no sound can be heard on the headphones, and being unable to connect to a mobile network. Future updates should solve these bugs.
If you’re running on I9220LP1 firmware, then you’re in luck. This ROM requires the I9220LP1 firmware to install properly. If you aren’t running on this firmware yet, you’ll need to upgrade so that you can enjoy jblanc’s jBroiCS ROM.
Your Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 is now equipped with jBroiCS N7000 Edition 1.0 custom ROM and running on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. If you’re bothered by the ROM’s font size, you can make fonts larger through Settings > Display > Front size > Huge. This should make the font easier on the eyes. If you get stuck in a boot loop, jblanc suggests pressing and holding down the Power button for 10 seconds.
Congratulations and enjoy!