Google recently released the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update (JZO54K) for the Nexus 7. The file is a minor update over v4.1.1 and now a custom ROM has been released for the Galaxy Note (N7000) as well. Samsung's Note is one of a few Galaxy devices scheduled for an official Jelly Bean update.
Galaxy Note users looking to update the device with Android 4.1.2 (JZO54K) may follow this tutorial but IBTimes UKreminds its readers it will not be held responsible for damage to the device during installation. This tutorial is meant only for the Galaxy Note (N7000).
- Ensure appropriate USB drivers for Galaxy Note have been downloaded and enable USB debugging mode to connect device to computer
- Ensure battery has at least 80 percent charge (to check, click here)
- Back-up all important data before proceeding with installation
- Ensure device is rooted and ClockWorkMod (CWM) Recovery is installed
To Install Android 4.1.2 Firmware on Galaxy Note N7000
- Download Paranoid Android 4.1.2 JZO54K for Galaxy Note to computer
- Download Google Apps package
- Connect device to computer and copy downloaded files to SD card
- Disconnect device and switch it off. Place in Recovery Mode (to do so, press Volume Up, Home and Power buttons)
- In CWM Recovery, perform a data wipe
- Navigate to Flash zip from SD card and select using Power button; re-select Power and select Choose zip from SD card
- Use Volume keys to select Jelly Bean ROM, select using Power and confirm installation
- After installation, repeat procedure to install Google Apps package
- After installation, return to main Recovery menu and select option to reboot system (this may take five minutes)
Paranoid Android 4.1.2 JZO54K has been installed on the Samsung Galaxy Note N7000. Verify software by browsing this path - Settings > About Phone.
[Source: Team Android]