If you think that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is already being disregarded by the world, you are wrong. Being one of the most successful
If you think that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is already being disregarded by the world, you are wrong. Being one of the most successful phones, there is actually a way for your Note 2 to stay relevant in today’s world with the Android 4.2 Jellybean update. The ROM was the solution for it which was released for the international model of the device. Here is how you can update but do keep in mind the minimum requirements which are:
1. 70% minimum battery level
2. Temporary disable of any security feature on your computer
3. USB debugging mod must be enabled on your device
4. Already have CWM installed on the Note 2
5. Samsung USB drivers installed on your computer
6. Downloaded the custom ROM and check for further info
Once you’ve prepared the ingredients, it is time to cook it. Simply connect your Note 2 to the computer and bring over the ROM as well as Google Apps package into the device’s SD card. Once done, switch your phone off and simultaneously press the volume up, volume down and the power button to enter the Recovery mode. In case anything goes wrong, run a backup for your current ROM.
Then you need to perform factory reset on your device along with clearing the cache partition including that of Dalvik.
Initiate the installation by selecting “install zip from SD card > choose zip from SD card”. Choose the ROM zip which you’ve copied earlier.
Once that is done, repeat the steps all over again only this time, select Google App zip file instead.
Upon completion, go back to the main menu and select ‘reboot system now’.
You don’t have to worry if the booting takes some time. Rest assured as once the phone is switched on, go ahead and look into settings>about and witness your phone running on the Jellybean.