Galaxy Note N7000 users can now upgrade with Android 4.2.2 CarbonRom Jelly Bean Custom Firmware. This firmware is bugs free, all issues related camera and gallery are fixed.
To update your device to latest Android firmware we will use a custom ROM dubbed as Carbon ROM. Read through this article to know how to update your Galaxy Note N7000 to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean based custom ROM Carbon.
Disclaimer: Follow this guide at your own risk.Mobotalks Media will not be liable if your device or data gets damaged in any way during the process
- This process requires at least 70% battery life to accomplish it.
- You must take the backup of the following data such as SMS, Call Logs, Contacts, Images, Music, Videos, Bookmarks, APN (Access Point Names) settings and MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) settings etc. After creating backup of your data you can also restore them.
- You should disable the security suites such as antivirus or firewall whatever installed on your Computer and in Galaxy Note N7000 .As these may cause interruption during the process due to security issue on your system/device.
- Navigate yourself to the place / option where you can Enable the USB Debugging on your Galaxy Y device through this path – “Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging”. Remember to check the USB Debugging option at the end.
- Also tick mark and enable Settings->Security-> Unknown sources
- You must have ClockworkMod Recovery installed on your device
How to Update Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 to Android 4.2.2 CarbonRom Jelly Bean Custom Firmware
Step 1 – Download Android 4.2.2 CarbonRom Jelly Bean and Google Apps for Galaxy Note to your computer.
Android 4.2.1 – Jelly Bean (for Android 4.2.2 Gapps also)
HDPI / MDPI / TINY: gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip
HDPI / MDPI / TINY: gapps-jb-20121130-signed.zip
Step 2 – Connect and mount your Galaxy Note USB memory on your computer using the USB cable.
Step 3 – Now copy/paste the downloaded Android 4.2.2 ROM zip and Google Apps zip files to your SD card. Make sure the files are in the SD card root (not in any folder).
Step 4 – Then turn OFF your phone and disconnect from the USB cable.
Step 5 – Now to get in the Recovery Mode. Switch ON the phone while pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power buttons together.
Step 6 – In ClockworkMod recovery, perform a full data wipe first. Then scroll down to “flash zip from SD card” and press the Power button to select it.
Step 7 – Press the Power button again and select “choose zip from sdcard”.
Step 8 -Now using your volume keys, navigate to the Android 4.2.2 ROM zip file that you copied to your SD card and select it using the Power button. Confirm the installation on the next screen and the installation procedure should start now and Repeat this step for the Google Apps zip file as well.
Step 9 – After the installation completes, go to “+++++Go Back” and reboot the phone by selecting “reboot system now” from the recovery menu. The phone will boot now and it might take about 5 minutes to boot on your first time. So, please wait.
That’s it. That’s it! .If you have any issues regarding this tutorial then feel free to share your issue with us by leaving a comment.[via - xda]