Former Writer · Jun 19, 2012 at 03:00 pm

Carbon Tweaks Installer Ported to AT&T Galaxy Note

Not long ago, we brought you news of the Carbon Tweaks Installer for the International Galaxy Note. It brought a number of nice modifications and tweaks to the device in a simple, easy to use interface. Unfortunately at the time, it wasn’t compatible with the AT&T Galaxy Note, so not all Note users could enjoy the tweaks it provided. That is no longer the case.

XDA Senior Member carbonassassin has brought the Carbon Tweaks Installer to the AT&T Note. Users familiar with the original can expect a very similar experience as the Installer provides the same tweaks and modifications it offered before. For those who are unfamiliar with the application, a few of the features include:

Ability to Backup and Restore the init.d folder
Easy install of:
Bravia Engine
All Galaxy Note Modems (18 in total) there may be different ones for you AT&T folk or they may work who knows xd
ultimateRAMmanager
AdBlocker
Dolby Sound Library
Carbon Booster with easy install of patched services.jar
Other General Tweaks that AlignZips on boot (Only does this on unaligned zips) and boosts 3G speeds.

Using this application, users can customize a number of things on their Note, but the main features of the application focus on audio libraries to help bring a better music experience. As with the original, all the mods are one-click installations. This makes it not only functional, but very easy to use for those who are less than tech savvy.

For more information, head over to the original thread.


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