Configure and Customize Your Samsung Galaxy Note II with Powerbox
The abundance of mods, themes, and tools are, more often than not, scattered throughout the XDA forums in just as many threads. Those looking for a couple of mods and themes to play around with on a whim may end up getting lost between various browser tabs. But if you own a Samsung Galaxy Note II, you may want to check out Powerbox.
Developed by XDA Senior Member mannyvinny, Powerbox is an AROMA-based tool that helps set up and customize your Note II with its extensive list of functions and features. It allows you to root and install Busybox on your device, as well as remove Knox and user-selected bloatware. In addition, Powerbox packs in quite the variety of mods and themes, including:
- Quick settings toggles themes
- AirCommand themes
- iOS statusbar icons
- Lock screen themes (i.e. colored rings, flames and lightning effects)
- Transparent multiwindow
- One-handed menu themes
If you’re interested in checking out Powerbox for your Note II, visit the original thread to learn more.
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