When it comes to enabling hidden settings, we all get excited, and it doesn’t matter whether that setting is really of any use or not. Do you remember how a user previously stumbled upon a way to enable developer options on the Nexus 4? You just need to visit About phone section and keep on tapping on the Build Number for seven times. That was a really neat trick and doesn’t required us to install any third-party app on our Android device.
These hidden settings are often found very useful by developers and advanced users, and that’s why here comes an app that allows you to enable hidden settings on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and also on some other Samsung smartphones. Some users have claimed that this app also works in Galaxy S3, but you’re free to try it out in your Galaxy phone.
The app enables you to change many settings easily, such as: adding a shutter sound on/off for the camera, turning on infinite scroll mode on the launcher and app drawer, extending how many contacts you can join together and more. There are some more features for example, it can show you which settings have been enabled by a different app, and it creates automatic backup just in case. It comes with a Holo-themed interface that looks good.
Since the settings are properly categorized, you’ll know which setting applies to which section. Now coming to the most important part – this app requires a rooted device, and also it doesn’t works with any AOSP ROMs.
Note 2 Hidden settings is not just for Note 2, but the developer mentions that it should also work on some other Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930) devices, but exactly which ones are not mentioned. The app is not tested on any other Samsung devices, but you can also read the reviews first to get an idea. Get it from below.
Download Note 2 Hidden Settings from the Play Store