Saturday, April 6, 2013

Bump Your Internal Memory To 64GB On The Galaxy S3 and Note 2

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Note: If this tutorial worked for you (and it should work), please leave a comment below. Thanks.

For Note 2 & S3 owners, I haven’t tried popping out the card, but as its pretty damn hard/almost impossible to do anyway, it should not be an issue that a simple reboot couldn’t fix if you did somehow manage to do it.

So here we go. For the Note 2, all you need to do is the following:


  1. Root your device
  2. MAKE A NANDROID BACKUP IN CASE SOMETHING GOES WRONG
  3. Head over to THIS thread on XDA
  4. Download the Perseus kernel file (the mod requires a custom kernel) IF your ROM already has an option to apply this kernel, you shouldn’t need to flash it seperately, but I would go ahead and flash the original to be on the safe side (Mikes Android Revolution ROM uses it, which I highly recommend).
  5. Download the correct 11extsd2internalsd file. If your card is 32GB, get the FAT32 file. If it’s higher than 32GB, get the exfat file.
  6. Reboot into recovery
  7. Flash the kernel
  8. Flash the 11extsd2internalsd file
  9. Reboot
  10. Freak out with your new storage space

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