1. hinomaster's Avatar
    Hi, new forum and Android user here. I want to learn more about re-imaging Android devices. In the webOS world, we had the webOS doctor that was used to recover a device back to factory default, or even a custom/non-standard version of webOS.

    What I currently have is a Samsung Galaxy Note, GT-N7000 that I purchased new, online. The only problem is that it defaults to Italian, and has a "TIM" customized version of the OS. Is there a way to flash the device to a "World Ready" or generic English version of Android?

    Thanks in advance!
    12-11-2012 12:51 PM
  2. piizzadude's Avatar
    did you buy it from the manufacturer or a second party? You should be able to do a factory reset and during setup choose the language you want but if you are running a custom ROM I am not sure what is going on. I never heard of that OS version
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    12-11-2012 01:08 PM
  3. hinomaster's Avatar
    It was purchased from a second party, but new. The problem isn't only that after a factory reset I have to change the language to English, but not all applications update to English. Some stay in Italian, like the phone app for example (its called Telefono). Isnt there a way to re-flash the device to even the AT&T version of the Galaxy Note?
    12-11-2012 01:21 PM

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