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  1. universeand's Avatar
    Is there a "Clear" button to clear the notifications list?

    In the stock ROM you can clear a list of multiple notifications by pressing "Clear". Is that possible with Jellly Beans ROM? Or do you always have to press and "enter" each individual notification to clear it? That would be a major bummer.

    ********* UPDATE *********
    Found out you click the "stairs" in the upper right corner to clear all notifications.
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    05-17-2013 11:23 PM
  2. ferndog75's Avatar
    Thanks universend, when you ask you DO receive!

    Sent from my Beastly Note Du using Tapatalk 2
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    05-18-2013 12:12 AM
  3. universeand's Avatar
    Thanks universend, when you ask you DO receive!
    I found a guide for installing Slim Bean using ClockWorkMod on the international Note 2 at International Business Times - International Business News, Financial News, Market News, Politics, Forex, Commodities so I adapted it to install Jelly Beans on the Verizon Note 2 using TWRP. Worked well for me. Now I'm learning the ropes of the ROM.

    If you want to stay with this rom you may want to flash the 4.1.2 vramc3 cellular radio rom later. It's not in the main part of the rom. The radio zip link is at xda in the original development section like the main JB rom.
    05-18-2013 12:59 AM
  4. 90beater's Avatar
    Version 17 is up and ready to download.
    05-18-2013 10:06 PM
  5. ferndog75's Avatar
    Ok I have a problem....after flashing this rom my pc doesn't recognize my GN2 anymore! Every time I connect my phone to my pc it just downloads it as "samsung android phone" or something to that effect. I tried the toolkit and still nothing, I NEED HELP PLEASE!!
    05-18-2013 11:07 PM
  6. 90beater's Avatar
    I just uploaded my avatar and connected my phone to upload the photo. It shows it as SCH-I605 with 17 connected to Win7.

    I will look and see if I can find the Samsung drivers.
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    05-18-2013 11:51 PM
  7. Trees's Avatar
    As I understand it JellyBean is AOSP themed. For those that have tried it or are using it, is the theming 100% replacing the TouchWiz or just partially? Call me strange, but I like everything to be a consistent look and feel.
    05-19-2013 06:05 PM
  8. lpt2569's Avatar
    As I understand it JellyBean is AOSP themed. For those that have tried it or are using it, is the theming 100% replacing the TouchWiz or just partially? Call me strange, but I like everything to be a consistent look and feel.
    I think it is pretty much all AOSP themed. I can't really find anything that looks like stock TW.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Build 17 is out...I have updated the OP.
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    05-19-2013 08:07 PM
  9. universeand's Avatar
    Ok I have a problem....after flashing this rom my pc doesn't recognize my GN2 anymore! Every time I connect my phone to my pc it just downloads it as "samsung android phone" or something to that effect. I tried the toolkit and still nothing, I NEED HELP PLEASE!!
    So after you flashed Jellybeans (JB) 16 your PC doesn't see your phone? If so have you downloaded and installed the latest GN2 Samsung drivers from Samsung support or elsewhere? I have the latest drivers from Samsung installed and my PC sees my phone fine. How did your JB install go? Is Jellybeans running properly? What "toolkit" are you using and why?
    05-19-2013 09:10 PM
  10. universeand's Avatar
    As I understand it JellyBean is AOSP themed. For those that have tried it or are using it, is the theming 100% replacing the TouchWiz or just partially? Call me strange, but I like everything to be a consistent look and feel.
    You can chose the Nova or TouchWiz launcher at any time. If the TW launcher is enabled the Settings screens are AOSP, but mostly everything else is TW. Also the notification bar symbols are AOSP. To me JB is pretty much like stock TouchWiz unless you have the Nova launcher enabled. There are a number of You Tube videos that show how to set up JB and what it looks like. Probably a good idea for everybody before flashing it.
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    05-19-2013 09:15 PM
  11. pmjj's Avatar
    Hi, I have been lurking here for a while. Had a HTC 3VO before and looked around here a lot and upgraded to a Note II a few months ago. I had never rooted a phone until last week.

    I used Casual Root to unlock and root my Note II. It was way easier than I expected. I then loaded the Jellybeans 12 ROM. All was good then just when I got the phone to my liking version 13 came out. I used Titanium backup to save all I could before upgrading to 13 but luckily it wasnt needed. All my settings were still present after the upgrade.

    I did the memory swap so I now have a 64GB phone and it also has the APN editor built in for when I go overseas in a few months. There are also a bunch of other improvements that make it worth it IMO.
    Nice Choice for your move all the way around, I enjoyed my EVO 3D, I love my Galaxy Note 2!! I also love Jelly "Beans" Rom, I feel is it the best choice for this Phone!!
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    05-20-2013 08:24 AM
  12. Trees's Avatar
    You can chose the Nova or TouchWiz launcher at any time. If the TW launcher is enabled the Settings screens are AOSP, but mostly everything else is TW. Also the notification bar symbols are AOSP. To me JB is pretty much like stock TouchWiz unless you have the Nova launcher enabled. There are a number of You Tube videos that show how to set up JB and what it looks like. Probably a good idea for everybody before flashing it.
    This helps. I watched ~ four review videos and couldn't tell for sure that the theming is 100% AOSP all the way. I've tried Nova on other phones and am a fan, but for some reason seeing the inconsistent look and feel with a launcher over the ROM really bugs me. Was hoping that the JB AOSP theming 100% replaces the TW look/feel. Understand I can go with an AOSP based ROM and completely move away from TW and gain some of the cool things that JB offers, but still want the S Pen related goodness and features.
    05-20-2013 06:31 PM
  13. ferndog75's Avatar
    So after you flashed Jellybeans (JB) 16 your PC doesn't see your phone? If so have you downloaded and installed the latest GN2 Samsung drivers from Samsung support or elsewhere? I have the latest drivers from Samsung installed and my PC sees my phone fine. How did your JB install go? Is Jellybeans running properly? What "toolkit" are you using and why?
    I have the latest GN2 drivers, my JB install went smooth with no problems, and I don't remember the name of the "toolkit". I am using this "toolkit" cause I heard that it would help get my GN2 back to stock. I thought that would remedy my problem that I was having.

    Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk 2
    05-20-2013 07:57 PM
  14. universeand's Avatar
    I have the latest GN2 drivers, my JB install went smooth with no problems, and I don't remember the name of the "toolkit". I am using this "toolkit" cause I heard that it would help get my GN2 back to stock. I thought that would remedy my problem that I was having.
    Seems you might be using this toolkit: [Galaxy Note2 TOOLKIT V3.0.0 Verizon] Drivers, Backup, Root, Recovery, Flash Stock - xda-developers. In general for Verizon phones I would avoid any toolkits other than what the specifc Verizon rom developers and of course the Verizon unlock devs put out there. I would always get my the latest drivers from Samsung itself if possible and Odin only from where I could run an md5 on it. Sometimes people say they just what you did that they could connect once but after that they had to find a different cable or use a different PC. Of course now that you have unlocked you only want to run Odin if you are trying to return you phone for warranty/insurance purposes. And read up carefully on what it takes. You don't even need Odin to run the stock 4.1.2 because the Bean's developer created a stock 4.1.2 rom for phones with unlocked bootloaders. You may have to reinstall drivers numerous times and try different cables and PCs. Since you have root you could use Root Explorer or ES File Explorer (I like the first better) and copy internal phone files to you external SD card and then read the card in a PC. Also have you tried to install the latest Kies app from Samsung and see if you can see you files? Sometimes the wireless version works better than the usb version and vice versa.

    Also are you positive your PC doesn't see the phone? My work PC doesn't do the whole File, AutoRun, Media choice thing when it's plugged in - the phone shows up silently in My Computer.
    05-20-2013 08:58 PM
  15. mobius99's Avatar
    Do you by any chance have the link to the beans stock rom?
    I guess you're using the toolkit from that guy at xda. In general for Verizon phones I would avoid any toolkits other than what the specifc Verizon rom developers and of course the Verizon unlock devs put out there. I would always get my the latest drivers from Samsung itself if possible and Odin only from where I could run an md5 on it. Sometimes people say they just what you did that they could connect once but after that they had to find a different cable or use a different PC. Of course now that you have unlocked you only want to run Odin if you are trying to return you phone for warranty/insurance purposes. And read up carefully on what it takes. You don't even need Odin to run the stock 4.1.2 because the Bean's developer created a stock 4.1.2 rom for phones with unlocked bootloaders. You may have to reinstall drivers numerous times and try different cables and PCs. Since you have root you could use Root Explorer or ES File Explorer (I like the first better) and copy internal phone files to you external SD card and then read the card in a PC. Also have you tried to install the latest Kies app from Samsung and see if you can see you files? Sometimes the wireless version works better than the usb version and vice versa.

    Also are you positive your PC doesn't see the phone? My work PC doesn't do the whole File, AutoRun, Media choice thing when it's plugged in - the phone shows up silently in My Computer.
    05-21-2013 10:15 AM
  16. lpt2569's Avatar
    Do you by any chance have the link to the beans stock rom?
    ★ [Rom][I605VRAMC3][4.1.2] Stock Root Odex/Deodex [05/02/13]★ - xda-developers
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    05-21-2013 11:00 AM
  17. ferndog75's Avatar
    I guess you're using the toolkit from that guy at xda. In general for Verizon phones I would avoid any toolkits other than what the specifc Verizon rom developers and of course the Verizon unlock devs put out there. I would always get my the latest drivers from Samsung itself if possible and Odin only from where I could run an md5 on it. Sometimes people say they just what you did that they could connect once but after that they had to find a different cable or use a different PC. Of course now that you have unlocked you only want to run Odin if you are trying to return you phone for warranty/insurance purposes. And read up carefully on what it takes. You don't even need Odin to run the stock 4.1.2 because the Bean's developer created a stock 4.1.2 rom for phones with unlocked bootloaders. You may have to reinstall drivers numerous times and try different cables and PCs. Since you have root you could use Root Explorer or ES File Explorer (I like the first better) and copy internal phone files to you external SD card and then read the card in a PC. Also have you tried to install the latest Kies app from Samsung and see if you can see you files? Sometimes the wireless version works better than the usb version and vice versa.

    Also are you positive your PC doesn't see the phone? My work PC doesn't do the whole File, AutoRun, Media choice thing when it's plugged in - the phone shows up silently in My Computer.
    What do you mean that it shows up on your PC "silently". When I plug it in my PC it just says "Samsung Android Device". It use to say the name of my device before this all happened. When it did recognize my phone I would be able to see it being recognized. Now I don't see it at all!

    Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk 2
    05-21-2013 04:41 PM
  18. ferndog75's Avatar
    Now if I were to flash this rom will it be like being on a "real" stock rooted 4.1.2?

    Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk 2
    05-21-2013 04:45 PM
  19. lpt2569's Avatar
    Now if I were to flash this rom will it be like being on a "real" stock rooted 4.1.2?

    Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk 2
    Yes. That is stock rooted 4.1.2

    Sent from a Galaxy (Note 2) far, far away...
    05-21-2013 04:50 PM
  20. universeand's Avatar
    What do you mean that it shows up on your PC "silently". When I plug it in my PC it just says "Samsung Android Device". It use to say the name of my device before this all happened. When it did recognize my phone I would be able to see it being recognized. Now I don't see it at all!
    Silently as in no message box pops up. After plugging in your phone it just appears in Windows file explorer.
    05-21-2013 06:22 PM
  21. universeand's Avatar
    Now if I were to flash this rom will it be like being on a "real" stock rooted 4.1.2?
    Yes. Here's what I wrote about Bean's stock ROMs: ★ [Rom][I605VRAMC3][4.1.2] Stock Root Odex/Deodex [05/02/13]★ - Page 43 - xda-developers
    05-21-2013 06:29 PM
  22. universeand's Avatar
    Some of the utilities/programs in this toolkit [Galaxy Note2 TOOLKIT V3.0.0 Verizon] Drivers, Backup, Root, Recovery, Flash Stock - xda-developers are OK for Verizon Note 2 but others I'd be leery of. Also many of the tools have functions that it's possible to do almost as easy without the toolkit. Like copying files from your phone to your pc. Or doing a backup of your rom setup after you install - a nandroid backup. That's easy to do from your TWRP recovery. And many of the tools in the toolkit are for the CWM recovery but the proper Adam Outler/Ralekdev unlock/root jailbreak installs TWRP recovery. Probably most of the functionality you can do safer for the Verizon phone on your own after searching the web, Android Central or xda.

    Ridin' a Note 2 blast
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    05-22-2013 09:56 AM
  23. Hodag57's Avatar
    Just found this site so if you resolved it my apology. I also couldn't access the SD card until I ran the Perseus kernel (instead of Sabre). Build 17 has the options to select Perseus with Perseus SD card swap.
    05-22-2013 12:38 PM
  24. universeand's Avatar
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    05-23-2013 01:43 PM
  25. ferndog75's Avatar
    Well I found a way for my PC to recognize my GN2 again. All I did was go into my Devices and Printers on my PC and found my phone in there as an unknown device. I right clicked on it and brought up properties, clicked on that and was able to delete the drivers from there. I then re downloaded the USB drivers from Samsung site unplugged my phone and re plugged it back in and BAM, my PC started to download all the drivers and such and my GN2 is being recognized again! So glad I was able to get this problem finally fixed.
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    05-24-2013 06:08 PM
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