Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Update Released for Galaxy Note 2

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Even though it is not an OTA release, Android 5.0.2 Lollipop OS is available for Samsung Galaxy Note 2. As you might already tell I am talking about a new custom ROM. Well, that’s right; Resurrection Remix has been made available by those of xda-developers and can now be easily and safely installed on your Galaxy Note 2.

Why to try Resurrection Remix? Well, basically because the custom ROM comes with Android 5.0.2 Lollipop OS installed above all. So, by using the update file you can test the latest release of Android OS on your own Samsung Galaxy Note 2, without waiting for the OTA roll out.

In case you are wondering, Resurrection Remix is based on stock Lollipop built and comes with numerous extra features and programs. The ROM can be used for improving the performances of your device, while the system will bring a custom version of Android 5.0.2 OS to your Note 2. The ROM is also stable as there haven’t been any bugs reported yet.

Of course, the installation process will imply in completing an unofficial operation as Resurrection Remix is in no matter an official Android platform. So, the warranty of your Galaxy Note 2 will get void. Moreover, the Android 5.0.2 firmware can be flashed only if your phone is rooted and installed with a custom recovery image – you can learn how to complete the update operation by using this dedicated step by step guide from here.

Therefore, that was all we have for you; bottom line, now you can choose whether to wait for the OTA release, or to try this new custom ROM. Either way, you will be able to test the latest Lollipop built and you will be able to enjoy a redesigned Android firmware right on your own phablet. Do share your plans with us by using the comments field from below.

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Andy Stevenson

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