Former Writer · Mar 20, 2012 at 10:30 pm

14-Toggle Quick Pane Ported to Galaxy Note in ICS Blue

Even the most simple modifications can make a big difference to some users. While some modifications completely change the look and feel of an Android phone, there are many out there who enjoy the look and feel of stock software. As such, there are mods out there that do more to enhance the stock feel rather than change it.

XDA Senior Member lactardjosh has done just that by releasing a 14 Toggle Quick Panel for users of the AT&T Galaxy Note that has the stock experience in mind. In the words of the developer:

I’m intending these mods for those of us that like that stock feel to their phones, but want a little something extra.

These mods were all done and tested using an AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-i717 with the stock rom intact, still odexed except for when mentioned below.

The mod is easily flashed over recovery after a quick cache and dalvik wipe, so installation isn’t hard. Following user request, the developer has also released an ICS Blue version of the toggle, and with some help from other users, a blue battery mod and a CRT animation for those who want a little more Gingerbread or ICS in their stock ROMs.

For those interested in the 14 Toggle Quick Pane, you can find all the information and download links you need in the modification thread, along with all the shout-outs and credits to those who helped. Don’t forget to make a backup before flashing, just in case!


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