The AT&T variant of Samsung Galaxy Note features a UI patch that provides you a complete tablet UI but it’s not full tablet, it’s mixture of a phone and tablet, that’s why, it’s known as phablet but if you use a full tablet UI, it would be more functional for you, might be some of you already has used this patch because it already has been ported to the Nexus 7 but recently a senior XDA developer member NYConex has ported to AT&T Galaxy Note.
This patch is very easy to apply no your AT&T Note, some user who have tried it, told us that it’s working fine, however it’s still being update, which means, you might face some bugs like the contacts are bit rough around the edges and you might need to size some apps according to your choice.
Read on how to install Table UI patch on your AT&T Galaxy Note and do keep in mind that your AT&T Galaxy Note must be running the CyanogenMod 10, be sure to follow our this guide to install CyanogenMod 10.
DISCLAIMER: Please proceed the below guide at your own risk, Android Egis will not be held responsible if your device lost data or get damaged following this guide.
Step #1: Download the CyanogenMod 10 tablet test UI Note .zip (CM10tabletUI-test2 -NOTE.zip).
Step #2: Place the downloaded .zip file to your AT&T Note’s SD card.
Step #3: Now on your Galaxy Note, go to /system/build.prop.
Step #4: Set dpi to 213.
Step #5: Turn off your Galaxy Note.
Step #6: Reboot device into recovery mode by holding down volume up and power buttons, when device turns on, leave power button but keep holding down volume key until you enter in recovery mode (Note: In recovery mode use volume keys to navigate and power button to select).
Step #7: Select wipe cache/dalvik and confirm the action on next screen.
Step #8: Select go back, there reboot the tablet by selecting Reboot System Now.
That’s it, you’re done, enjoy full tablet UI, you can comment below for queries.