galaxy note 8 root

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone has been one of the bestselling Android devices since its introduction in 2017. It is standing strong still now because of high-end features on the smartphone. But some users are not really convinced with the software department. This post will let you know the best custom ROMs for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that you can enroll to embellish the corner.

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Multiple custom ROMs for Galaxy Note 8 are available out there in the market. These modifiable software applications allow you not only unlock hidden features but also boost up your handset’s performance significantly.

Back in September 2017, the Korean electronic giant released the Galaxy Note 8 with a heap of stunning configurations. It houses a 6.3” Super AMOLED Always-on display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.

In fact, the company has introduced the handset in dual choices with regard to the processing area. For countries like India, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 installs the Exynos 8895 SoC. At that time, it was launched with the Android 7.1.1 OS, which was also said to be advanced to Android 9.0 Pie.

But today in this guide, we have collected some of the best Galaxy Note 8 custom ROMs. You can flash any of these customizable ROMs on both Exynos and Snapdragon-driven editions. So, without proceeding with any further ado, let’s dive through the list for an overview.

Best Custom ROMs for Galaxy Note 8 Phone

Lineage OS

Without a shred of doubt, Lineage OS is at the apex when it comes to enlisting custom ROMs for Android devices. It is a bounty that promises to deliver a basket of services being the prideful legacy of now-discontinued CyanogenMod.

Lineage OS

The latest edition of the offers access to a multitude of specifications like quickly customizable settings, notification panel, double-tapping power button to start camera, additional 100 emojis, data saver app, expandable notifications multi-window support and remodeled notifications panel.

Deluxe ROM

Deluxe ROM strongly emphasizes customizations and developed with a heavy load of the same on the mind. It contains DeluxeROMControl to allow users for the best customization experience. In other words, the Deluxe ROM hosts a patched theme store, AROMA installer, native app lock, 1K+ preinstalled fonts, enabling screenshots even on secured apps, digital signature verification, outdoor mode, and fingerprint unlock even after the reboot. Moreover, Deluxe ROM also has a WireGuard integration to block ads system-wide.

Deluxe ROM

RomAur ROM

Next on the list of best custom ROMs for Galaxy Note 8 is the RomAur ROM that counters bloatware significantly. Users will enjoy everything at a pace such as faster scrolling, the faster transition between apps, and faster camera launch, etc.

Further, it also has improved the reception of data and WIFI signals along with capturing pre-installed Magisk, SQLite 3, and Busybox. It also provides improved image quality for better pictures as well as enhanced battery life and touch sensitivity.

IronMan ROM

IronMan ROM is available though the AROMA installer and based on the latest Nougat base. Therefore, one of the popular custom ROMs brings a simple, easy, and quick installation process. It refrains you from annoying ads thanks to the dedicated adblocker in the corner. Similarly, the developer also has tagged Oreo and iOS emojis on top of stock emojis for a better messaging experience.

Iron man ROM

Furthermore, IronMan ROM brings the dual-speaker sound mod to seal your attention, it turns your mouthpiece to an extra speaker. You can also choose apps you want to remove via the debloat menu. Interestingly, you don’t need to unlock your phone every time you want to move to the next song.

Dr. Ketan ROM

Dr. Ketan ROM is another well-received custom ROM for Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It houses tons of customization features thanks to the highly-skilled app and ROM developer. It covers the inbuilt ROM tool and ROM control apps. Users can easily enable and disable features, i.e. navigation key customization and sound mods, etc.

Dr Ketan's ROM

Light ROM

As the name indicates, Light ROM is a lightweight custom ROM for Galaxy Note 8 users. It comes with S9 Port that stands under 1 GB in size. It concludes a massive range of utilities like CSC support, Odexed and Zipaligned, AROMA installer, various sound and camera mods, Magisk root, and some others. The developer also pushes regular updates to counter bugs and other threats.

Taimen (Pixel Experience) ROM

Well, this custom mod includes nothing of Samsung apps but having a plethora of Pixel 2XL Android Pie apps. The Pixel AOSP based ROM boosts the RAM speed incredibly and you will grab great AOSP experience on your Galaxy Note 8 smartphone.

Taimen (Pixel Experience) ROM

Resurrection Remix

It is another AOSP-based custom ROM that comes with the Android Oreo interface. Some of the specifications it brings to users incorporate a picture in picture mod, better copy and paste options, no0tification dots of app’s icons, and Android instant App compatibility. Additionally, it also snatches some features of other ROMs like Slim, AOKP, Lineage, and some others to build a greatly optimized ROM for your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 device.

Resurrection Remix

DevBase ROM

It comes with removed bloatware along with a stack of essential features on the list. You will get various CSC dependent features preactivated like sending/receiving MMS without data on. Moreover, it also covers 100% stock look, app lock, show network speed and rooted with the latest Magisk 18.0.

Molecule ROM

Molecule promises to deliver better performance with smoother animations and increased storage. It is quite popular amongst the Android enthusiasts while being the tweaked edition of the Stock Galaxy Note 8.

It also includes Radio and stock kernel and has updated all the Samsung and Google apps to the latest version. It also allows you to edit videos and photos easily within the gallery.

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Kuljit Sandhu

By Kuljit Sandhu

Kuljit is editor on various tech blogs and love to learn and write about the new tech.