ICS Objection ROM for AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-i717! [Best ICS ROM]

I’ve been running OnlyOne ICS ROM for almost a month and let me tell you it’s been good. But I did find another great ICS ROM for my AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-i717 that works pretty well.

The ICS Objection ROM comes with TouchWiz UX launcher and regular ICS launcher, allowing you to choose between the latest TouchWiz or a plain Google ICS launcher. Besides that, performance on this ROM is fairly good without overclocking plus you get S-Memo and S-Note app for your S-Pen.

I think this has to be the one of the best ICS ROMs so give it a go if you are still on Gingerbread and let me know what you think of this ROM!


Download ICS Objection ROM

Sponsored Links

To install, wipe, install TeamPerfection UCLE2 Objection2.zip, then install Team_PerfectionS_UCLE2_Objection2RC1.zip (to get S-Voice), and reboot.

Credits – XDA

*NOTE – To install a new ROM, you need a rooted Galaxy Note, install ClockworkMod Recovery, and MAKE BACKUP of your current ROM, follow SGH-i717 instructions at Galaxy Note Root Guide before you attempt this.

Need Help? Follow/add me on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter!
Want to stay updated on latest Galaxy Note Root news?
Sign up for our Galaxy Note Root Newsletter here so you don't miss a single tip and get personal help via e-mail!
Galaxy Note Reference
You will need a rooted Galaxy Note to install all ROM/kernels.
NOTE: If you are a noob, please remember the author of this site is not responsible if you mess up your phone. Make sure you know what you are doing before following any instructions on this site!
First time to rooting and custom ROMs? Please see our Galaxy Note Root Guide FIRST!

If you like this post, please Sign up for our Galaxy Note Root Newsletter here for weekly updates in your inbox and personal help from author via e-mail!

Recent Android News from HighOnAndroid.com

169 Responses to ICS Objection ROM for AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-i717! [Best ICS ROM]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related News and Resources