AOKP ROM + Uber Kernel for T-Mobile Galaxy S2! [Android 4.4.4/2Ghz OC]


For this week’s T-Mobile Galaxy S2 ROM of the Week, check out latest AOKP ROM with Android 4.4.4 along with latest Uber kernel with up to 2Ghz overclocking support. (Updated 9/15/2014)

Although this isn’t official AOKP (as there’s no more official builds for T-Mobile S2), it’s a solid performer and you can expect to get all of latest Android 4.4.4 AOKP features along with full ROM Control.   Add in the latest Uber kernel (and overclock to 1.89Ghz, my recommendations setting, use TricksterMOD App on Play Store) and you have a fast-performing custom ROM with the latest and greatest Android 4.4.4 custom ROM tweaks/features.

Of course, many of you probably have tried previous versions of AOKP ROM and I know many of you love it.  This isn’t any different but better than ever with the latest Android 4.4.4.  Since Android 4.4.4 has been out for quite awhile now, you can expect nice stability and everything working out of the box.

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  • Cliff Rags

    Maybe Dumb Question.. Rom may Flash Stock Recovery On Boot. Fix? Yes Or No?

    • Rohan

      Same problem for me too

      • Loochie

        No. You want to keep the recovery CWM you already have, so hit no.

  • Raul

    I will give it a try next weekend, thanks for the hard work.

  • Kris Horton

    Please will you try and put the 4.4.4 carbon rom on a galaxy gti8160 so not if it works and please will you email all the software for and the vidoe setting up thank you

  • ronl2k

    It would be helpful to list the known bugs of each ROM.

  • Giovanie

    I installed aokp rom & uber kernel, it doesn’t work. It keeps saying that the system stopped working. Also it won’t let me boot into recovery so I cant do anything on my phone.

  • Ged

    I had the same problem when I installed AOKP ROM & Uber kernel on my Galaxy SGH-T989. Totally unstable.
    The lock screen was default and couldn’t unlock. Tried again and couldn’t restore my user from titanium back up.
    Kept rebooting over and over. Gave up and installed CM 11 instead. Loving it.

  • Loochie

    Max, thanks for keeping our T-mo Galaxy S2’s up to date!!!
    I really like AOKP. This ROM is smoother than the AOSPA 4.5 BETA2. Even tho I normally favor AOSPA Paranoid Android

  • vash stampede

    I have rooted my SII X T989D (was running on stock ICS 4.0.4). Tried installing custom ROM (LiquidSmooth 4.2.2 Linario-Cl3Kener) for the first time. I thought everything was fine until I noticed that I haven’t been receiving text messages. Tried calling it but it’s “unattended” though it had full bar signals. Never knew why & how it happened.

    Kinda excited to try this one. Hopefully everything works this time. Thanks!

    • kiltnar

      You need to be on a jellybean baseband. Older radios are not supported in newer Roms. Check on XDA, they have radios you can flash, flash radios twice in a row to make sure they are installed. For best support, please post any problems on XDA. Thank you Max for the review!!

  • zephyr

    hey guys..i got a really noobie question to you do u guys update jelly bean to kitkat firmware? i been really looking for any tutorial videos in youtube but i got no luck at all..i would gladly appreciate it if you guys can send me a link of a video? link for an instructions or currently running on a jelly bean 4.1.2 rooted on my t-mobile samsung s2..thanks in advance 🙂

  • ashna

    This was a great ROM to install until I started finding some problems. The usb debugging doesn’t work. And whenever I take a video, the playback is all static so there is no point in that. And sometimes the wifi does not connect, I had to reinstall the ROM 3 times for it to finally work. The kernel, for some reason, makes my phone go into bootloop, but the ROM and Gapps are fine.