Galaxy Note N7000 – Android 4.3 CyanogenMod 10.2 Custom ROM Update

After Galaxy S3 I9300, it is Galaxy Note N7000 users that are getting chance to try their hands on the latest Android 4.3 CyanogenMod 10.2 Jelly Bean custom ROM. After the release of this ROM, all smartphone users are curious to know more about the ROM and want to work on it but the company will take time to release the ROM for all the devices. So, here is a solution, we have bought the experimental Android 4.3 CyanogenMod 10.2 custom ROM for you. This is an unofficial build and has many bugs with it but if you want to try the latest Android 4.3 ROM then you can update your Galaxy Note N7000 with it.

Samsung Galaxy Note N7000

Samsung Galaxy Note N7000

Since it is a custom ROM based on AOSP so it will require your device to have custom recovery and Google Apps. There are few more requirements before you proceed to the actual updating procedure. We have listed all of them in following requirements list.

Requirements –

  • Make a back up using apps and SD card since you have to wipe out your data in order to install this ROM. Also do not use Samsung KIES as once you install this ROM, KIES will be unable to read your device.
  • Enable USB Debugging in your device.
  • Install latest Samsung USB drivers in your computer.
  • Your Galaxy Note N7000 must have custom recovery pre-installed in it.

Download –

Steps to Install Android 4.3 CyanogenMod 10.2 Jelly Bean Custom ROM Update on Galaxy Note N7000 –

  • Download the above mentioned files in order to update your device with latest ROM.
  • After downloading, connect your device to the computer and move the downloaded zip files to its SD card root folder.
  • Disconnect your device from the computer and turn it to enter in recovery mode by pressing Power + Home keys along with Volume Up. Repeat until you see a green robot on screen indicating that you have successfully entered in recovery mode.
  • Now go for wiping your data from the device by selecting “Wipe Data / Factory Reset”.
Wipe Data Factory Reset

Wipe Data Factory Reset

  • Also clear out cache by selecting “Wipe Cache Partition”. You may wipe “Dalvik Cache” also that you will find in “Advanced” options but it is optional.
Wipe Cache Partition

Wipe Cache Partition

  • Here is the final step where you will select “Install zip from SD card” and it will ask you to “Choose zip from SD card”. Select the Rom zip file first and wait until its installation and then repeat the process for Google Apps zip file.
  • Now go for “+++++Go Back+++++” and then select “Reboot System Now”.
Reboot System Now

Reboot System Now

Your Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 is now updated with Android 4.3 CyanogenMod 10.2 Jelly Bean custom ROM. Try your hand on it and share your experience with us. Also drop comments if you are having any problem in updating your device with this ROM.

About Aayushi Jain

Aayushi is the senior tech news reporter of Techno Stall. Most of the time, you'll find her searching for the latest and hottest gadgets. She's a computer science undergraduate, kind of a geeky girl. Follow her on Google+.

2 Comments

  1. Ketan

    August 27, 2013 at 3:56 pm

    the image quality with CM 10.2 and now 10.3 is really bad. I don’t get the same crisp sharp images i used to when i was on stock. Any idea if there is a fix for this?

  2. Sandro Rodrigo

    October 11, 2013 at 3:39 am

    Nao consigo fazer screenshot nem com a canetinha stylus e nem com os botoes!!
    Alguem sabe como resolver esse problema?

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