BlackCNA Jelly Bean ROM for Rooted Galaxy Note GT-N7000!

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So, you want full Jelly Bean ROM but with your SMemo app working fully with touch-sensitive S-Pen intact? Well, there’s a ROM for that, the BlackCNA Jelly Bean ROM combines the best of Jelly Bean, S-Pen, UI customizations, and more.

Some notable features include a hacked SMemo app dubbed “GNote”, camera with continuous focus and power shutter button, weather/calendar lockscreen widgets, and also customizable lockscreen (up to 8). I really like this ROM and if you haven’t tried it yet, give it a go and let me know what you think!

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Download BlackCNA Jelly Bean ROM for Galaxy Note GT-N7000
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Make sure you use fail-proof/brick-safe install guide to install ROM!!!
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