Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update: Test Firmware For Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100)
Good news for the samsung note 2 users that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update has leaked and i bring this in front of you.Its release with owners of the GT-7100 variant of the Galaxy Note 2 now able to install a test version of the Android 4.3 update before its official arrival.
The Android 4.3 firmware is currently under development but its released is confirmed and Samsung is expected to officially release the update to both the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 soon.
Keep in mind that there may be various bugs and instabilities due to the fact that this is pre-release software. However, installing this will not increase your binary counter, so those worried about future warranty support shouldn’t worry too hard.
Things needed before proceed:
-Make sure that you have proper backup for data.- The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 should have at least 80 percent battery power.
- The USB drivers for the device must be installed on the computer. [Download here]
- Enable USB Debugging.
- After flashing the firmware, you will lose custom ROMs installed in your device.
- You will also lose custom recovery if you have any.
- After installing it on your Galaxy Note 2, you will lose the root if you have any as the N7100XXUEMJ5 is an official firmware.
- The process is meant only for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT- N7100).
- The firmware will not increase your binary counter nor void your warranty.
NOTE: I will not be responsible for anything that goes wrong. Users should proceed at their own risk.
NOW LETS START:
Step 1: Download the updated firmware package and extract the zip file.
Step 2: Download Odin v3.09 and extract the zip file.
Step 3: Switch off the phone and put it on the Download Mode. To do this, press Volume Down + Home + Power buttons and then press Volume Up when the warning message appears.
Step 4: Open Odin v3.09.exe as an Administrator.
Step 5: Connect the Galaxy Note 2 to your computer via the USB cable while in the Download mode, and wait until you get a blue sign in Odin.
Step 6: In Odin, click on PDA and select the .tar.md5 file that you have extracted from the Firmware Package in Step 1.
Step 7: In Odin, select the Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options, but make sure that the re-partition check box is not selected.
Step 8: Click on the Start button in Odin to begin the installation process.
Step 9: Once the installation is complete, the device will reboot .
Once you get the Samsung logo on the home screen, unplug the device from the computer and close Odin.
THAT's ALL NOW YOU GOT 4.3 IN YOUR NOTE 2