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I have my Note 3 rooted on 4.3 and also have safestrap installed. Is it possible to flash this ROM?

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I have my Note 3 rooted on 4.3 and also have safestrap installed. Is it possible to flash this ROM?

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All you need is a custom recovery so you should be able to. Can't remember which ROMs SafeStrap is compatible with

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All you need is a custom recovery so you should be able to. Can't remember which ROMs SafeStrap is compatible with

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I'm sorry, I'm new to all of this. Custom Recovery as in, Clockworkmod? And I didn't know safestrap was only compatible with certain ROMs

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I'm sorry, I'm new to all of this. Custom Recovery as in, Clockworkmod? And I didn't know safestrap was only compatible with certain ROMs

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Yeah. CWM or TWRP. SafeStrap is a modified version of TWRP

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Is there a way to put either of those 2 recoveries on a Note 3 that's not a developer phone?

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I really just want the Google Android system instead of Samsungs. Something less bulky and doesn't clutter my phone with pointless apps.

Or would it be possible to flash my phone with the developer restore files on odin? Then install CWM?
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I really just want the Google Android system instead of Samsungs. Something less bulky and doesn't clutter my phone with pointless apps.

Or would it be possible to flash my phone with the developer restore files on odin? Then install CWM?
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That would be best. There should be full versions of TWRP for the Note 3.
I recommend SlimKat over CM

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Just saw that. Only available on the N2
Anthem is supposed to be a great Note 3 ROM

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Just saw that. Only available on the N2
Anthem is supposed to be a great Note 3 ROM

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Not for Verizon lol. I think I'm going to try out this Eclipse ROM for the Note 3 should be interesting.
 

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Not for Verizon lol. I think I'm going to try out this Eclipse ROM for the Note 3 should be interesting.

Didn't know you were on a VZW Note 3. My bad
Eclipse was decent when I used it, but it was ported from the Verizon S4.

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Didn't know you were on a VZW Note 3. My bad
Eclipse was decent when I used it, but it was ported from the Verizon S4.

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Last question I think, or I hope lol.
When installing a ROM should I make a virtual ROM or just flash it over the Stock?
 

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Last question I think, or I hope lol.
When installing a ROM should I make a virtual ROM or just flash it over the Stock?

You can't flash it separately from the stock ROM. It overwrites that.
Make a nandroid backup before you flash a ROM though

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Is it possible to turn a vzw n3 into a developer version by flashing?

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Nope.
The dev edition's bootloader can be unlocked without voiding warranty. If you flashed anything on yours, you would lose warranty

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Nope.
The dev edition's bootloader can be unlocked without voiding warranty. If you flashed anything on yours, you would lose warranty

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Voiding warranty doesn't bother me a single bit. I just want to be able to use what I want. I would love have CWM Recovery on my phone instead of using safestrap.

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