How To Update Galaxy Note 2 N7100 To C-RoM Android 4.4.4 KitKat Custom Firmware

C-RoM for Galaxy Note 2 is developed by AOSP team. The ROM is completley stable and the developers keeps the KitKat stock firmware features and UI. The ROM is a third party release and not from Samsung. Using this C-ROM you can turn your Note 2  into a Stock Android device. To install a custom ROM which requires a custom recovery like ClockworkMod in order to flash the ROM zip and Google Apps zip files on your phone.

Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. Thetechhacker will not be responsible if your device gets damaged during the process.

Pre Requisites

  • First backup all your contacts, call logs and SMS.
  • Enable USB debugging mode from Settings->Applications->Development->USB debugging in your device.
  • Install latest Galaxy Note 2 N7100 drives on your computer.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 C-RoM

How To Update Galaxy Note 2 N7100 To C-RoM Android 4.4.4 KitKat Custom Firmware

1.Download the C-ROM Android 4.4.4 and Google Apps package for Galaxy Note 2 N7100 to your computer and extract files on the desktop.

2.Now connect your Galaxy Note 2 N7100  to your computer and transfer files to your SD card and also copy/paste the boot.img file to android-sdk-windows\platform-tools directory.

3.Switch off your phone and get in the bootloader mode by turning on the phone by pressing and holding the volume down+power buttons.

4.Follow the on screen instructions select bootloader and then recovery.

5.Here perform a full data wipe by selecting “wipe data/factory reset”, cache wipe by selecting “wipe cache partition” and also perform wipe dalvik cache .

6.Now go to main screen and select “install zip from SD card”. Navigate using volume keys and select Android 4.4.4 ROM zip file that you copied to your SD card and select it using the Power button.

7.After installations go back and reboot the device “reboot system now” from the recovery menu.

For the confirmation go to Settings>>About phone to verify the firmware update.

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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