The new year 2013 is just on the head and every technologist is looking forward to the upcoming flagships from Samsung and other companies. Well following this statement I must add that everyone is also expecting the Galaxy S IV and Note 3 release really soon but what about the old master piece, the Galaxy Note N7000, well it is still not forgotten by the developers because it has just got it’s unofficial Jelly Bean 4.2.1 firmware – originally powered by CM10.1.
If you also own the old master piece by Samsung – the Galaxy Note N7000, and want to taste Jelly Bean 4.2.1 on it then you have hit the nail on the head by heading over to this article because in the following write up we will be teaching you that how to get Jelly Bean 4.2.1 on Galaxy N7000 by flashing CM10.1 on it. Follow the text after the jump for the guide -
Things To Remember
- You must have your Galaxy Note N7000 rooted with CWM recovery on it or else this guide won’t be pertinent on it
- It should be duly noted that by following the guide below you will be erasing all your data so it is highly recomended to backup you SMS, Contacts and Call Logs
- In addition to this, you should also perform a NanDroid backup so you you can revert back to your phone’s previous condition whenever you will to
How to Get Jelly Bean 4.2.1 on Samsung Galaxy Note N7000
Step 1 - Connect your phone to your PC using a USB Cable.
Step 2 – Copy the Jelly Bean 4.2.1 and Google Apps zip file to the root of your SD Card
Step 3 – Disconnect your Phone and then Turn it off
Step 4 – Boot into Bootloader by pressing and holding Volume Up + Power + Home Button
Step 5 – Wipe the Data
Step 6 – Go to >flash zip from SD card>choose zip from sdcard and now select the Jelly Bean 4.2.1 zip file
Step 7 – Wait for the process to complete, then repeat the step 6 but this time select the Google Stock Apps zip file
Step 8– > Now at last go to”+++++Go Back++++++” >”Reboot System Now”
And there you have it right after the reboot, Jelly Bean 4.2.1 on your Galaxy Note N7000 via CM10.1.