1. aventador779's Avatar
    I only see methods that require no root, and that's it. Lol. I have this app "MultiWindow Control" but it doesn't work at all. Any other methods that will make it easier with root? Preferably with an app?

    Sorry if there are any other threads out there like this, I couldn't find any. Please send me a link to if if there is.

    Thanks!!!
    02-01-2013 09:24 PM
  2. crl95's Avatar
    I only see methods that require no root, and that's it. Lol. I have this app "MultiWindow Control" but it doesn't work at all. Any other methods that will make it easier with root? Preferably with an app?

    Sorry if there are any other threads out there like this, I couldn't find any. Please send me a link to if if there is.

    Thanks!!!
    Probably not the best answer to the question but if you already rooted why not go all in and unlock your bootloader. If you do that you can install jelly beans rom and it does it for you
    02-01-2013 10:23 PM
  3. pool_shark's Avatar
    The mwc mod by legendk95 is the best method after unlocking the bootloader.
    Beans and eclipse adds all apps and it's a bit messy for me. Cleanrom comes with the mwc mod and with it you decide which apps go in instead of having to take all apps out.
    02-01-2013 10:52 PM
  4. aventador779's Avatar
    Probably not the best answer to the question but if you already rooted why not go all in and unlock your bootloader. If you do that you can install jelly beans rom and it does it for you
    I promised myself I will not ROM my Note II. Simply because ROMs provide instability. For example when I had my GNex I loved installing ROMs, but I hated times when my phone wouldn't boot up, or I woke up on an important day with my radios not working. I just want it to work. So rooting is the max I will go until Android 5.0 comes out and we'll be behind on updates, I'd love to install AOSP 5.0

    The mwc mod by legendk95 is the best method after unlocking the bootloader.
    Beans and eclipse adds all apps and it's a bit messy for me. Cleanrom comes with the mwc mod and with it you decide which apps go in instead of having to take all apps out.
    Yeah like above I said I'm not really interested in installing any custom ROMs right now... probably later though.
    02-01-2013 11:21 PM
  5. crl95's Avatar
    The mwc mod by legendk95 is the best method after unlocking the bootloader.
    Beans and eclipse adds all apps and it's a bit messy for me. Cleanrom comes with the mwc mod and with it you decide which apps go in instead of having to take all apps out.
    You can hit the edit button on them and remove apps u dont want
    02-01-2013 11:27 PM
  6. crl95's Avatar
    I promised myself I will not ROM my Note II. Simply because ROMs provide instability. For example when I had my GNex I loved installing ROMs, but I hated times when my phone wouldn't boot up, or I woke up on an important day with my radios not working. I just want it to work. So rooting is the max I will go until Android 5.0 comes out and we'll be behind on updates, I'd love to install AOSP 5.0
    If you have experience mayb if you get some time try out beans rom I have never had any booting issues or anything at all... it has been more stable for me then when I was on stock... otherwise i dont know if its possible to do what you want.. sorry buddy
    02-01-2013 11:29 PM
  7. Droid_Evo_8's Avatar
    I promised myself I will not ROM my Note II. Simply because ROMs provide instability. For example when I had my GNex I loved installing ROMs, but I hated times when my phone wouldn't boot up, or I woke up on an important day with my radios not working. I just want it to work. So rooting is the max I will go until Android 5.0 comes out and we'll be behind on updates, I'd love to install AOSP 5.0
    Time to break your promise and install the Jelly Beans ROM instead of staying on the stock rom. More features, stable as heck, AND no problems whatsoever. I'm already on build 7 and it just keeps getting better and better. It's up to you man, just wanna share you my experience since I don't want you to be missing out. But hey, it's your choice.
    02-01-2013 11:29 PM
  8. pool_shark's Avatar
    You can hit the edit button on them and remove apps u dont want
    I know, that's what I was referring to when I said "instead of having to take all apps out."

    I would rather be able to use the mod and add the 10 apps I want, instead of having to remove 114 apps.
    02-01-2013 11:32 PM
  9. Flexia's Avatar
    So the s pen apps work on the jelly beans room?
    02-01-2013 11:43 PM
  10. pool_shark's Avatar
    So the s pen apps work on the jelly beans room?
    Yes, and the other touchwiz ROMs as well.
    02-01-2013 11:46 PM
  11. Raymond Tan's Avatar
    Try multi-window manager. I haven't tried it out myself since I'm not rooted. Here's a link to the thread and download. [APP] MultiWindow Manager for JB 4.1.2 - xda-developers
    02-02-2013 12:50 AM

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