For those of you who want to have more app storage space for your HD games and whatnot, here’s a simple App2SD script you can use to store all of your apps on your microSD card. This will essentially swap your internal storage with your microSD card and allow you to use up to 64GB of space (if you use 64GB microSD card).
Tagged: rooted galaxy note 2
Want to install a custom ROM on your rooted Galaxy Note 2?
Well, here’s a universal install guide for those of you who don’t know how to install custom ROM.
Before we begin, go ahead and make sure you make a backup of your apps, SMS, contacts, etc.
After rooting your Galaxy Note 2, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you to make a backup ROM at least once.
What is a ROM backup?
ROM backup is basically a snapshot of your whole Android OS. Backing up ROM is similar to Timemachine feature on a Mac or Windows operating system recovery.
Basically, backing up your ROM backs up EVERYTHING except the contents of your internal storage/SD card including your apps, app data, settings, contacts, etc…etc…
For those of you who have rooted your newly-wedded Galaxy Note 2 and want to install custom ROMs, here’s a tutorial that can help you backup and restore all of your apps, SMS, contacts, and settings.
Most custom ROMs require you to do a data wipe/factory reset in CWM Recovery, which means all your apps, SMS text messages, contacts, and settings will be gone (although the contents of your storage are in tact such as videos and photos).
For those of you who want to reset your binary counter on a rooted Galaxy Note 2, you can now do that using Triangle Away app.
What is “binary counter”. Binary counter is a simple counter Samsung put on the Galaxy Note 2 so that they can tell whether you’ve flashed a custom recovery on your phone or not. Flashing a custom recovery usually results from rooting your Galaxy Note 2.