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By BarryH_GEG, Senior Member on 28th February 2014, 08:21 PM
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Portable to Stock Android?
I stumbled across this and honestly thought that everyone had already known about it and that I was the only person kept in the dark about this... Glad to see that I'm not the only sucker here!

I'm running Windows 10 Developer Preview (Build 9926) on an Asus Vivobook with 8 Gb or RAM and didn't have any issues getting it to work, however, Action Memo lacks most of the features present on the Note 2014, and application itself is nowhere near as aesthetically pleasing as the Android version (I'm currently running the S5 version).

What I think would be great to see is if someone could port this back to Android WITHOUT Touchwiz! S Note and Action Memo are the only things keeping me from switching to a CM12 ROM for good!

... about twice a month, I'll tell myself that I don't really NEED those apps and I'll restore Nandroid backup I made while using Temasek's CM12 ROM and dirty flash the newest build... but within a few days, I always go back to TouchWiz.
 
 
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