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Omni ROM with Android 4.3.1 and Multi-Window for Galaxy Note GT-N7000!

For this week’s Galaxy Note GT-N7000 ROM of the week, check out Omni ROM.

Omni ROM is an Android 4.3.1-based AOSP ROM (What is AOSP?) that’s bringing you world’s first multi-window feature to AOSP ROMs.  The multi-window feature allows you to easily multi-task between your favorite apps, just like on regular TouchWiz ROMs.

Although the multi-window feature isn’t perfect yet (as you cannot resize it), it’s certainly usable and for those who have been staying

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BeanStalk ROM with Android 4.3.1 and Multi-Window for AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-i717!

For this week’s ROM of the week on the AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-i717, check out latest version of BeanStalk ROM.

Based on latest Android 4.3.1, BeanStalk ROM brings you a TON of customization and the latest multi-window features (ported from Omni ROM).

With this ROM, you will be able to multi-task using multi-window feature even without a TouchWiz ROM!  Of course, this multi-window isn’t perfect yet and you cannot resize it but still gets the job done.

Other notable features include PIE control, HALO floating notifications,

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Carbon ROM Android 4.3.1 for Galaxy Note! [GT-N7000/SGH-i717/SGH-T879]

For this week’s Galaxy Note ROM of the week, check out Carbon ROM with Android 4.3.1 for all international GT-N7000, AT&T SGH-i717, and T-Mobile SGH-T879 Notes.

Carbon ROM is an AOSP ROM (What is AOSP?) with the latest (and greatest) Android 4.3.1 baked in so you can enjoy the best of latest Android OS plus an awesome set of UI/system customization offered by “Carbon Fibers” settings, very similar to

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