For those of you looking for highly themed ROM, check out Wicked Sensations ROM for your Sprint Galaxy S3 SPH-L710. Based off the latest official Jelly Bean firmware, the Wicked Sensation brings you the best of Jelly Bean and custom theming.
Notable features on Wicked Sensations ROM also include themed Apex launcher or TouchWiz launcher, battery mod, Android 4.2 Keyboard/GMail, bloacked ads, and camera enabling while on call.
For those of you with AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint Galaxy S3 (or compatible Canadian phones), you can try Serenity Jelly Bean ROM for your Galaxy S3.
A Note 2 port, the Serenity Jelly Bean ROM features Note 2 base with Galaxy S3 framework. You will find familiar Note 2 apps like Note 2 Gallery, Paper Artist, and also UpdateME app that allows you to easily add new features to the ROM.
For those of you who want some serious performance, check out FoxHound ROM, the one everyone’s been raving about. This ROM features a ton of features like overclocking to hell, Ext4 tweaks,battery tweaks,RAM optimizations, GPU Acceleration, call recording, HX Camera mod, and more.
Want a taste of the future Jelly Bean on your AT&T Galaxy S3? Well, after trying a bunch of ported Jelly Bean ROMs on my AT&T GS3, I finally found one I can recommend, the BlackJelly ROM.
The Black Jelly ROM comes with Android 4.1.1 and with 4G LTE working also.
Also, the Black Jelly ROM comes with Nova launcher (instead of TouchWiz), 15 custom toggles, and some more AOSP apps.
For those of you who want to run a Jelly Bean ROM on your Verizon Galaxy S3 SCH-i535, check out the latest JellyWiz ROM. It’s most likely Verizon GS3 will get official Jelly Bean last but no worries, that is why you can root your phone and install custom ROMs.
This JellyWiz ROM also comes with cool stuff like Note 2 Gallery, and 15 toggles, CPU script, and is built on top of official Verizon leak.
If you are looking for super-fast ICS ROM with great battery life, look nowhere than the latest Wicked ROM v7. After running many Jelly Bean ROMs and trying the latest version 6, I was rather surprised to find out this ICS ROM is still faster than many of the Jelly Bean ROMs out right now.
I’ve been running the Sprint Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean leak for almost a week now and I have to say it’s pretty darn solid, no problems whatsoever. But if you do get tired of stock user interface, you might want to give the JellyBomb Jelly Bean ROM for your Sprint Galaxy S3 SPH-L710.
For this week, check out the JellyBlazed Jelly Bean ROM for your Sprint Galaxy S3 SPH-L710. Based off the latest Sprint leak, the JellyBlazed ROM brings you the best of latest Jelly Bean leak with optimizations to improve speed and battery life on your phone.
If you want a more stock-like Jelly Bean experience (without the additives), this can be a great ROM for you. Also, if you want more customized Jelly Bean ROM, try the JellyBomb ROM.