[Download] Galaxy Note 20 One UI 2.5 Stock Apps Port available for Older devices

The South-Korean tech giant Samsung has recently released its much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series devices. Both the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra comes with Android 10 on the top of One UI 2.5 skin out-of-the-box. This year, Samsung has also promised to push three years of Android OS updates and three years of latest security updates to its flagship devices from Galaxy S10 lineup to higher. That’s a big improvement and good news for all the flagship Galaxy users. The company is rolling out to the latest One UI 2.5 update to its eligible devices and Galaxy Note 20 lineup is one of them. So, this new update brings so many additional and improved features that you may not find on One UI 2.0 or 2.1 version. Here you can download Galaxy Note 20 One UI 2.5 Stock Apps Port available for Older devices.

Now, talking about the One UI 2.0 or One UI 2.1 (Android 10) users are now able to get a taste of One UI 2.5 stock apps, thanks to the modded app developers for making it possible. So, simply installing modded or ported stock apps of One UI 2.5 (Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series) on your older devices will give you full access to use those.

A big thanks to AlexisXDA, XDA’s recognized developer for sharing the One UI 2.5 stock apps port for the previous generation of users. To be precise, the zip file of the ported stock apps includes so many applications extracted from the Galaxy Note 20 series. Check below.

[Download] Galaxy Note 20 One UI 2.5 Stock Apps Port available for Older devices

It includes Clock, Calendar, Messaging, My Files, Weather (new App style), Smart Manager and Digital Wellbeing, Keyboard (new shortcuts enabled), TouchWiz Home (with new little animation), Dialer and Contacts, My Files, Gallery, Smart Capture, Always on Display, New Samsung Notes, and more.

Download Galaxy Note 20 One UI 2.5 Stock Apps Port

Installation Steps

  • After downloading both the files on your handset, flash the first file ‘FLASH_THIS_BEFORE.zip.
  • Once done, restart your device.
  • Next, Restart your device into recovery mode.
  • Flash the Note20_AppsPort_1.0_AlexisXDA.zip file.

Note: It’s recommended to take a full backup of your important data before doing anything. Flash_This-Before file seems to give root access to your device. So, rooting can remove your Samsung KNOX Security usually.

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Source: XDA 1 | 2

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