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Steps to Install Audax L Android 5.0 Lollipop Custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy Note 3



Audax L Android 5.0 Lollipop Custom ROM

A new Audax L Android 5.0 Lollipop Custom ROM has been released  Samsung's  2013 flagship phablet Galaxy Note 3 LTE phablet .

This new Audax L firmware software is deodexed and is said to increase device performance, the new visual interface, bring more customization options, new shortcuts for easy access to applications and tons of customization options, such as keys:
  •     Kernel Stock XXUGBNL8
  •     Deodexed All apps
  •     Busybox
  •     Rooted with SuperSU
  •     init.d support
  •     New updater-script
  •     Adjustments init.d
  •     Adjustments build.prop
  •     Multi CSC
  •     Bloatware removed and Knox
  •     Aroma Installer
  •     Added Wipe Data election Aroma
  •     Auto Wipe Cache and Dalvik Cache-system format before flashing the ROM
  •     UpdateMe Audax
  •     Scroll TouchWiz 5 × 5-dock6 fast Aroma
  •     Audax status bar with Home / lock button and 3Minit Aroma
  •     Status bar with the clock and 3Minit Center in Aroma
  •     3Minit Battery Mod
  •     Note 4 Time thematic Audax
  •     Mods Air Command in UpdateMe Audax
  •     New Settings
  •     Audax Banner Device Information
  •     Toolbox Enabler
  •     Note 4 Smart Remote
  •     Boost Sound
  •     Added Android L Sounds
  •     Added Note 4 Sounds
  •     Added S5 Sounds
  •     Integrated applications (GPS faster, Ad Away)
  •     Set password Wi-Fi
  •     Added call button on Logs
  •     Added call recording
  •     Add camera shutter sound
  •     Activate the camera during the call
  •     Write Fix external SD card
  •    Performance tuning and many more improvements to enhance the user experience

Requirements (Things to consider before installing the custom ROM):

  1. Make sure the device is rooted before going forward for the custom ROM installation
  2. This new Audax L Lollipop Android 5.0 firmware must be installed on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9005) LTE model only; if I tried on other devices, you might get brick [To check your device model: Go to Settings >> About Phone >> model number]
  3. The installation of the custom ROM requires garbage collection on your smartphone, so be sure to back up all data by installing Clockwork Mod (CWM) Recovery / TWRP on the smartphone.
  4. Users, be sure to install the USB drivers on your PC or smartphone (Samsung Galaxy Note N9005 3) will not be recognized by the computer.
  5. Make sure your device has more than 80% of the battery or the possibility of getting the smartphone brick temporarily if the installation process is interrupted half way.

Disclaimer: This procedure is very technical and must be performed by a person with a good knowledge of rooting (or manually install software) Android devices. If the installation process step is not followed properly, chances are that the smartphone get brick or permanently irreparable.

Tutorial: Step by step installation procedure Audax L Android 5.0 Lollipop custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 LTE-

Step 1: Download Android 5.0 ROM Audax L Custom Lollipop (HERE) and Google Apps (HERE) on your PC.

Step 2: Connect Samsung Galaxy Note N9005 3 LTE to PC via USB cable.

[Note: Before connecting the phone to the computer, make sure you have installed the USB driver software, if not, click here to download the firmware]

Step 3: Next, place zip Lollipop Android 5.0 and Google Apps .zip file on the SD memory card from the phone. [Note: Users must apply the .zip file to the root of the SD card, not in any other folder.]

[Note: Before installing custom software, ensure that the device must have been rooted and installed ClockworkMod recovery tool.]

Step 4: Now, turn off the power and disconnect the PC.

Step 5: After performing the regular exit recovery mode by holding press 'Volume (up)', 'Home' and 'Power' buttons.

Step 6: After entering recovery mode, delete the phone memory, selecting "delete data reset / factory '.

[Note: Keys to use 'Volume' to navigate and the "Power" button to select options while operating under recovery mode]

Step 7: Now clear the cache by selecting 'sweep cache partition'

Step 8: After back to ClockworkMod Recovery and select "Advanced" and press "clear the Dalvik cache" [Note: This step is optional, but many recommend this procedure so that the user does not boot loops or face other error in the middle of custom install ROM]

Step 9: Once again return to the main recovery screen and then click "install zip from SD card"

Step 10: Then press "choose zip from sdcard" and sees Android 5.0 ROM .zip file on the SD card and enter the installation process. Repeat the same procedure to install Google Apps [Note: Use the "Volume" buttons to navigate and the "Power" button to select options]

Step 11: Once you have completed the installation process, go to "+++++ Go Back +++++" and restarting the device, choose "reboot system now" seen in the recovery menu.

Now your device (Samsung Galaxy Note N9005 3) take a few minutes to complete the boot process.

Then users go to Settings >> select About phone to confirm the installation of Audax L Lollipop v5.0 Android custom ROM.

Nexus 6 Problems Plague Release latest flagship Google Android

Nexus 6 Problems Plague Release latest flagship Google Android


Google is slowly, but surely, releasing the Nexus 6 on a number of carriers, and users are reporting a number of problems with the first smartphone produced by Motorola. Some pre-ordered Nexus 6 models shipped with defective software, while others arrived scratched and scratched.

Google Nexus program intends to show how social Android software company can do, without any carrier and touches of smartphone manufacturers bloatware. It's the last is doing a bad job so far, as the Nexus most expensive to date has been released with a lot of problems, especially for users of AT & T.

Manufacturer Motorola Mobility submitted a number of Nexus 6 models that do not work for AT & T customers who pre-ordered the device. Some savvy users realized that some Nexus 6 models, made to show Android L, had sent an earlier version (Android 4.4 KitKat).



Customers were told to return the devices and AT & T Motorola asked to remember those who had not yet sent out. Motorola later issued a statement on the matter:

"We delivered a small number of Nexus 6 smartphones with the wrong software AT & T preordained. The wrong software prevents the phone from starting correctly. We will provide replacements for consumers whose phones are affected. The problem fixed and mobile currently shipping are good. "


Other customers reported that their devices came with cosmetic imperfections, including scuff marks and scratches on his back box. Models shipping both Google Play and AT & T were affected,
  users reported XDA.

The Nexus 6 model included in AT & T also is SIM locked, which means that the device can not easily switch to another company without an unlock code from AT & T, the reports of the Android Police. The AT & T Nexus 6 checks if customers have paid for tethering data before it can be used as an access point, and ships with the tones of the airline. These provisions are common in many smartphones, but Google has never before including them in one of their models Nexus. AT & T customers seem to have the most problems with the Nexus 6, but the vehicle was also the first to start distributing the smartphone customers.

A number of features appear to have been considered for implementation in the Nexus 6, but withdrew from the device before it began. It includes built-in tap-to-wake that appeared in the Android code for the Nexus 6, but does not work on your device. Whale Motorola phone also has a built-in headset users can not interact with or use for notifications without rooting the device LED.

A bigger problem with Android L that affect all smartphones with the new operating system is the method Google is using for encryption. The safety function is intended to block any bad actors spy on your smartphone, but has the side effect of reducing the speed L Android devices, especially the time needed to access the storage, reports Anandtech. The test site encryption running on a Nexus 5 Lollipop, but say it is likely to have the same effect on any smartphone operating system.

Android L reports, accelerating the race to smartphones 64bit

 Mainstream availability expected by the end of 2015 


Android L reports, accelerating the race to smartphones 64bit

Android device manufacturers may have scoffed at the idea of ​​a smartphone 64-bit when Apple introduced the iPhone 5S last year, but those same hardware manufacturers are apparently tripping over themselves to catch up now.

Hit-or-miss DigiTimes has L word next operating system Google Android seems that the timetable for the adoption of 64-bit capable hardware to maximize the operating system moves.

According to anonymous industry sources, the 64-bit CPU could become "technology mainstream" to Android smartphones in late 2015 as manufacturers have stepped up their efforts to adopt the fastest architecture.

Lenovo, K-Touch, Huawei, HTC Vivo and have all reportedly signed 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 610, 614 and / or 410 processors, designed with rapid migration to Android L in mind.

On your marks 


64-bit processors from rival MediaTek and Samsung have already started to make their way into the supply chain, with the architecture of MediaTek reportedly in the hands of "mobile vendors based in China."
Samsung apparently plans to maintain its own 64-bit technology closer to home with smart phones in the house for the remainder of 2014, presumably expand availability to other clients next year.
Huawei Technologies Subsidiary Hisilicon also seems to have a roadmap designed to 64 bits, but sources claim these processors will not appear until the first half of 2015 at the earliest.
Google has not yet confirmed its official release (or even a final name) for Android L. However, L rumor Android could release as early as next month, and the mobile rage building about 64 bits, which probably won 't have to wait long for the next generation operating system.

Android L Release Date and update information: Google Nexus devices can Get New Software First

Google Nexus devices can Get New Software First
Nexus 5 Screenshot from Google website

So much has been talked about Android L since it was announced at Google I / O Developers Conference in June this year, but the release date of the software has not yet been revealed. However, it is very likely to see the light of day in the first week of November if reports are anything to go by. 

Users of Android phones must be eagerly awaiting the launch of Android L, and it will come with a redesigned interface and smooth animations also improve battery life and is compatible with 64-bit processors. It is considered the most significant update Google has brought its mobile platform to date, even bigger than the leap from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich software.

It is reported that the HTC Nexus tablet will be launched in September to mid-October and come with Android Nexus 6 L. The X known as Nexus, expected to be announced on October 31, is also likely to come with the new software. Thus, it is unclear whether Google will launch the much awaited software with their devices or launch at a later date.

However, the Authority has stated that Android Android Nexus L and new hardware will appear out in mid-October, but the final version of the software will not be officially available until 1 November.

It has been reported that devices like the Google Nexus 4 Nexus 5, Nexus Nexus 7 and 10 will be the first to receive the new software update. Reports have it that L Android will launch the Nexus devices as soon as it is published.

Google's new software will give Android phone users a new sensation, like all "are animated actions, the interface is more colorful, and the 3D effects and shadows creates more intuitive user interface," according Geeks Android. The notifications are based on the frequency of user interaction and Newer menu will change with latest user applications to be displayed as a house of cards. The software bring Amso search bar.

The new software will also support 64-bit processors and improve battery life while improving performance. Panel will notice new color scheme and a background color. Users have to swipe down to see the notifications panel and slide below for Quick Settings where you will find the option to set the brightness control and other features like notifications, WiFi, mobile data, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, Screen Cast, Auto rotation and Location.

Devices that can upgrade Android L: 

Google: The Nexus 4 Nexus 5, 7 and Nexus Nexus 10 is expected to get the new software update as soon as it is published.

HTC: HTC HTC One and One (M8) L will receive the update Android. The Taiwanese company has confirmed that its latest smartphones have the new software update "within 90 days of receiving final software from Google."

Motorola: Motorola Moto T has said it will receive the updated Android L. The company said about the second generation of Moto X, but it is very likely to get the update.

Samsung: The Galaxy Note Galaxy S5 and 4 will get the software update. SamMobile citing an insider that the devices could get Android update L in late November or early December.

LG: No information on whether LG flagship device users will get the new software update, but a report from Expert Reviews said the latest devices in the company could get update L Android.