Customize S Pen and Camera Sounds on the Note II and 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note line of devices has given us many reasons to want a stylus on our phones. While you can customize the functions of the S Pen on the Note 3, the sound that the device makes when you take the pen out is not customizable from the system settings. The same goes for the Camera app.
XDA Recognized Contributor kevinrocksman brings us an easy way to modify the Note II and Note 3’s S Pen and Camera sounds to our hearts’ content. Before starting, you must be rooted and have a custom recovery installed.
The modification comes in the form of an AROMA-based recovery-flashable zip, in which the sounds are included. Due to the use of AROMA installer, installation is easy, and the installer walks you through the selection of sounds selection. And if you decide the modification isn’t for you, it even allows you to go back to the stock sounds.
Head over to the S Pen Sounds (Note II, Note 3) and Camera Sounds (Note II, Note 3) to get started.
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