Share and Support!Share0TweetPin0LinkedInEmailLast Year When the First Galaxy S5 Port was made for the Galaxy Note 3 I made a Video on that, and now that the Galaxy S6 is out, we have got a Good Galaxy S6 Port for the Galaxy Note 3. I thought of Sharing it with you guys. If you have a Galaxy Note 3, Get ready to take your phone to the next level. With this Rom, you can convert your Galaxy Note 3 to a Galaxy S6 (Software wise) and Today I’m going to Show you guys How To do exactly that. This rom was mainly developed by the Developer, darkera13. Don’t forget to show the developer some love by Hitting the “Thanks” button over at XDA and also by Donating. You need to be rooted & you MUST use a custom recovery like TWRP Recovery (Check below for the download link). If you’re not Rooted, you can root your device by checking out the related forum over at XDA Developers, You can also contact me if you’re unable to find a safe method, so that I can send you the link. Checkout the Original Thread over at XDA Developers Website here. Download Links Download the Latest Philz Recovery File, Galaxy S6 Port Rom and also the Fixes that you need and then Transfer them to your Internal or External Memory. Recovery – Philz Recovery (Thread) Rom Fixes If you have any issues with this Rom, you can post your questions over at the XDA-Thread or you can leave your questions down below in the comments section. I will try my best to answer them. Checkout the Video down below and let me know what you think down below in the comments section. This Rom is packed with Galaxy S6 Features, so it’s really Amazing. If you want to play around with your phone, then go ahead and try it. Checkout my Video on How to Install this Rom below. Feel free to Share this with your friends with the Galaxy Note 3 and Stay tuned to Andro Dollar for more. If you have any suggestions or Video Requests for me, Feel free to drop a comment. WARNING – Whatever you do with your phone, you do that entirely on your own risk and you have full responsibility for the consequences. The author can’t be responsible for any damages of your phone!