I have had reports that it works for the Sprint Variant as well but I am leaving that up to your judgement as I cannot verify without the device in hand.
Install and Use 1. Install the Toolkit as seen in the screenshots above 2. Connect your device and make sure you have USB drivers installed 3. Review the Readme screen 4. From the "Tools" menu - Install Busybox 5. Choose any or all of the included customizations 6. Wait for the notifications on the device to complete 7. Choose the reboot option and restart your device.
Changelog Changelog V2.0.0 1. All new windows installer for ease of install 2. Requires .NET 4.5 and up 3. Easy interface for all features 4. Complete debloat (user configurable) 5. Complete Tweaks (User configurable) 6. Build Prop tweaks (User Configurable) 7. Reboot menu for recovery/download mode 8. SecSettings modified to remove OTA Updates 9. SecSettings modified to retain device status official 10. Install apps to system or user space 11. Install busybox Includes custom Koolkit init.d support V1.0.1_RC2 New Name and versioning Complete re-write from ground up custom editing of bloatware removal custom edit build.prop custom edit sysctl.conf configuration Version 3 Added Custom bloatware removel (user customizable) Added code to remove Samsung Knox (User customizable, knox components vary based on device) Version 2 Added notations and prompts during install Added file checks to see if mods are needed Added Ability to enable custom bootanimation Google Bootanimation by default (if custom bootani is chosen) Added Custom bloatware removel (user customizable) What's included Init.d script support Improved memory management (Lowmemory killer tweaks) Improved Battery Management Improved touch screen responsiveness Better Network stability Enhanced image resolution (jpg, video and bmp) More to come as I test and weed out the non-productive tweaks Will eventually include ability to remove some bloatware Will eventually include code to remove Samsung Knox
Instructions for customizing the bloatware removal and build.prop tweaks:
Located in "/files/bloat/nobloat.txt" is a text file named nobloat.txt, Choose "File" - Edit Bloat Removal and make your changes.
To add your customizations simply add the file name of the apk (Case Sensitive), if the apk also has a coresponding odex
file you will need to add the path to that as well following all case sensitive patterns. Be careful when adding apks to this list if you
add an apk that is required by the system to boot you will be required to flash the stock rom and start over from scratch.
To edit the build.prop tweaks use the "File" - Edit Build.prop Settings, make your changes and save the file.
To Edit the sysctl settings use the "File" - Edit sysctl Configuration, make your changes and save the file.
Once you are comfortable that you have your configurations correct you can move on to applying the features
of this toolkit to your device.
@oldbbman - for his absolute willingness to test anything and everything under the sun.
and for not running away screaming when he had to reflash his Tab3 multiple times.