The CSC "feature.xml" file is in XML format. This means that everything "variable" has a start and end tag. Both contain the name of the variable,
but the end tag has a slash in it. The value of the variable is between the start and end tags. For example: <VariableName>value</VariableName>. So, if this message describes changing "CscFeature_SamsungSucks" from "false" to "true", you'd search in the xml file for "CscFeature_SamsungSucks" and might find this:
You'd change the "false" to "true" (no quotes!) and be done. In some cases, the entire line can be deleted (as noted.)
This file has a LOT of variables in it and this post will concentrate on that particular file. Almost all tinkering will occur in this file, and it's also the easiest to edit (as there aren't any complex xml structures.)
CscFeature_Common_DisableMenu4GalSearch: setting this to false didn't seem to bring up any new global address list options on my device (I'm connected to an exchange server) in the email app or contacts/dialer app.
CscFeature_Settings_DisableMenuFindMyMobile: (see next line)
CscFeature_Settings_FindMyMobile: setting "DisableMenuFindMyMobile" to false and this entry to true will enable the "find my mobile" entries in the Settings->Security menu. I'm unable to get these items to function properly, however. (They worked with my international note2, so it might be that there are other support files missing on the AT&T variant I'm using now.)
CscFeature_FMRadio*: editing these seem to have no effect (I don't think any of the LTE capable NoteII phones are capable of FM Radio.)
CscFeature_NFC_StatusBarIconType: If you delete this line, it will get rid of the "N" statusbar icon when NFC is turned on.
CscFeature_Message*: Be warned that editing some of these may break SMS/MMS messaging on your device. There appears to be many carrier specific settings in here that have dependencies on the specific carrier. For example, I don't think that AT&T's network supports proper SMS Delivery reports, so even setting the corresponding variable to "true" would be futile.
CscFeature_Email_UseFixedBgColorAsWhite: if changed from true
, the email app will appear inverted (with a black background and white/gray text.)
CscFeature_Sip_DisableAutoCorrection: doesn't seem to have any impact on the samsung keyboard
CscFeature_Sip_DisableSpaceSuggestion: doesn't seem to have any impact on the samsung keyboard
CscFeature_Sip_DefaultOff4AutoSubstitution: doesn't seem to have any impact on the samsung keyboard
CscFeature_Launcher_*: all these seem to be for setting defaults for the touchwiz launcher, so no sense in changing them.