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Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy Note ll Gets Android 4.3

We have seen a few modern Samsung devices receive firmware updates recently. Looking back to November, we brought news that the Samsung Galaxy Note II N7105 was in the process of receiving the Android 4.3 update. The Samsung Galaxy Note ll (i605) from Verizon Wireless is certain not to be left out in this recent batch of...

T-Mobile Galaxy Note II Receives Android 4.3, Grab it Now!

To a certain extent, the T-Mobile Galaxy Note II has been living in the shadows of its peers. After all, the first time we saw Android 4.3 appear for the international model was nearly two months ago in the form of a leaked firmware update. Then about a month later, we saw the international model receive...

Android 4.3 Pushed to Sprint Galaxy Note II, Update Captured

A few days ago, we covered the release of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the international Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE N7105. We immediately began to wonder when 4.3 update would make its way to some of the more popular carrier-branded variants.Now, it appears as if that time is here, as Sprint has begun the Android 4.3...

Leaked Samsung Memo Points to January KitKat Release for Galaxy S 4 and Note 3, S III and Note II by April

When Google released Android 4.4 KitKat 23 days ago, we all knew that it would be quite some time before most users would have the chance to play with the OS on their own devices. Sure, the Google Nexus 5 launched with the OS, but what about those with older phones? Thankfully, the update news...

Galaxy Note II N7105 Receives Official Android 4.3, Update Pulled for S III and AT&T S 4

Samsung has had a relatively good track record as of late for providing (relatively) timely Android firmware updates. Most relatively recent flagship-level Samsung devices have already received official updates to the final version of Jelly Bean (Android 4.3), and this is no small feat considering the level of customization in their TouchWiz UI.New to the...

Galaxy Note II MultiTool Brings Plethora of Tweaking Options

If you've ever longed for a multipurpose toolkit that does it all on the Samsung Galaxy Note II, a new offering from XDA Recognized Contributor dr.ketan may be exactly what you're after. OK, so the toolkit won't do everything, but it should be enough to get most new users started and well on their journey towards device customization.The...

Android 4.3 (XXUEMJ5) Firmware Leaks for the Galaxy Note II

We recently brought you news that the Android 4.3 (XXUEMJ5) update was rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S 4. We knew that it wouldn't be long before the update love was spread to Samsung's older devices. While it's not yet here in official capacity, it is available in leaked form for the Galaxy Note II.XDA Recognized...

AOSP Lock Screen on Certain TouchWiz Devices with Xposed

It's no secret that Samsung has seen incredible success with its Galaxy line of Android phones. In fact, the company's profitability makes up such a large slice of the Android pie, that the Android ecosystem is quickly turning into the Samsung ecosystem. While much of Samsung's success is due to their heavy marketing presence, the rest...

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...

Galaxy Note 3 Features on the Galaxy Note II

Even with its successor already in the wild, the aging Samsung Galaxy Note II is still a fantastic phone. The powerhouse features a large, high-resolution display, plenty of RAM and internal memory, and a processor that is still quite speedy. That said, the newly released Galaxy Note 3 improves upon the original Note and Note II in...

Enable Hidden Options on the Galaxy Note II with a CSC Editor

If you have a Samsung device, you've undoubtedly heard of CSC files before. For the uninitiated, CSC editors on various Samsung devices allow users to modify various hidden settings and enable certain hidden features. By modifying these files, you can do things such as disable the camera shutter, enable infinite scroll on the launcher, change...

Customize Certain Apps on Your Note II with XBackground

The Xposed Framework is an incredibly easy and versatile way of customizing and increasing the functionality of your device. We've previously brought you news of several useful and innovative modules that can be used with the framework, and I recently stumbled across another that might of interest to Samsung Galaxy Note II owners.XBackground is an Xposed module...