The ROM has been set to 1.1GB (usual for a Note 3 ROM) and requires a few adjustments before you can load it to you device. Odin an app developed for rooting and uploading Roms into your devices, will be required (for either the 16GB or 32GB model) on your PC and the user should know how to flash the custom ROM before using it.
Users should backup their devices and their data before flashing the custom ROM so that if their is any glitch the user can use the old ROM.
The new ROM brings a redesigned TouchWiz experience with the Android Lollipop carousel app switcher. The runtime has also been swtiched over to ART (Android Runtime) which is significantly faster at starting up apps but requires more time to setup all the apps on your device during the first boot. ART means that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 won't be compatible with the XPOSED framework which is a major setback if you are using the Note 3.
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