Do you hate Bloatware (unnecessary features that are not used by end users, or generally use more system resources than necessary)? No worry, Google make a great move because you can remove them from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onward. Of course, Samsung Galaxy Note II with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean can do so too. So you can disable those unable to uninstall built-in applications like ChatON, Flipboard, Game Hub, Learning Hub and Readers Hub on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Disable bloatware on Samsung Galaxy Note 2
How to enable Adobe Flash Player on Samsung Galaxy Note II? You are not totally out of luck after Adobe Flash Player 11 is no longer supported from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onward. Officially, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean does not support Adobe Flash Player as well. But there is always a way to make Adobe Flash Player working on Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Just like below example, I manage to get Happy Baby 開心寶貝 on Facebook which powered by Flash running…
Adobe Flash Player on Samsung Galaxy Note 2
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Android is an open source platform. And I love it that way. Because I can enjoy latest and greatest Android OS version, features, enhancements, modifications, tweaks and hacks unofficially by 3rd party developers. Yes, you will get software update / firmware upgrade even official manufacturer stops supporting your Android devices. Just take Amazon Kindle Fire as example. Amazon did not update it for quite some time but I still can enjoy the latest Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean on Kindle Fire. And plus lot of nice features like OTG, access to Google Play Store… Same apply to the legendary HTC HD2.
Unlocked bootloader on Android devices
How to remove HTC One X 3 dots Menu soft button? Well, you can easily remove this annoying HTC One X 3 dots Menu soft button if you have root access long long time ago. However, rooting HTC One X voids warranty. So I have to wait for 2.17 system update in order to remove this 3 dots Menu soft button officially…
Remove HTC One X 3 dots Menu soft button
How to enable Adobe Flash Player on Google Nexus 7? Adobe Flash Player 11 is no longer supported on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above. Of course, Nexus 7 with latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is not supported as well. Personally, I don’t use Adobe Flash Player much on mobile devices like Android or iOS since HTML5 came out. Even Google Chrome does not support Adobe Flash Player natively. You should get used to not using Adobe Flash Player. And make noise to the website that you visit most to stop using Adobe Flash as well. Change all to HTML5…
Adobe Flash Player on Nexus 7