So, you are jealous of all the new features that your best friend’s new Galaxy S7 Edge has?
Well, it’s time to get even with your best friend my converting your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 into a Galaxy S7 Edge! How? You can do this by installing the Ultron ROM on your rooted Note 5. This ROM is based on international SM-N920C and you can install on models like T-Mobile Note 5 SM-N920T, or international variants like SM-N920C or SM-N920G (also should work on Korean models like SM-N920S/K/L but I am not 100% sure).
The Ultron ROM will give you new features only found on Galaxy S7 Edge like the latest Edge screen panels along with Apps Edge, People Edge, etc…etc… Best of all, you will also be able to resize and also set transparency of the edge screen, just like a real S7 Edge!
And yes, you will find all of the Galaxy S7 apps on board including the all-new Game Launcher, allowing you to easily record your games for gaming YouTubers out there. Wait, that’s not all, Ultron ROM comes with its own Ultron Settings app that allows you to customize your battery icon, clock, add traffic meter/CPU speed, add launcher swipe shortcut, and a whole lot more. Did we mention ability to customize all of your hardware buttons? And yes, there’s even sound mod to increase the speaker loudness.
Overall, this is an excellent custom ROM that will give you all the software feature of Galaxy S7 Edge and even more. What it really does is makes your Galaxy Note 5 better than your best friend’s Galaxy S7 Edge. If you have a rooted Note 5 that is supported by this ROM, definitely check it out this week(end) and do let me know what you think!
Download Ultron ROM for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 for SM-N920T, SM-N920C, SM-N920G, or SM-N920F (you can try on other variants but make a backup ROM beforehand!
For T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5, make sure you have latest Marshmallow bootloader. You can follow this guide here to install the latest Marshmallow bootloader. Then continue with rest of installation here:
First, boot into TWRP, make a backup ROM (if you want to restore ROM if something goes wrong), then wipe system, wipe, install ROM, install kernel, and reboot. That’s it! Don’t know how to do this? See our fail-proof TWRP installation guide first.