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OmniROM Announced, Galaxy Note 3 KNOX-Friendly Root Available – XDA Developer TV
At this years Big Android BBQ, a new player in the custom ROM world comes to life with the announcement of OmniROM. That and much more news is covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week’s news is an article reporting online flashing with Universal Kernel Flash Tool and the announcement that you can now root your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in a KNOX-friendly way.
In other important news, Jordan talks about a multi-device image flasher based on CASUAL. Finally, Jordan talks about decompiling, deodexing, and more that you can accomplish with the Android Everything tool. Be sure to check out other videos on on XDA Developer TV. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- KNOX-Friendly Root for Multiple Galaxy Note 3 Variants
- Online Flashing with Universal Kernel Flash Tool
- Android Everything Tool Updated to Decompile, Deodex, and More
- Multi-Device CASUAL-Based Image Flasher
- From the BBQ: OmniROM
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