The release of Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) was followed by the prompt updating of a number of smartphones and tablets to the latest iteration of Google's popular mobile operating system. Now, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 receives a new custom ROM, Omega v7.0, which is based on XXDLJ2 firmware.
Readers looking to update a Galaxy Note 2 to this Jelly Bean custom ROM may do so by following this tutorial. However, IBTimes UK warns its readers it will not be held responsible for damage to the device during installation. Please note this ROM and guide is compatible only with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (N7100).
Ensure all important data is backed-up
Ensure device is rooted, factory unlocked and has a custom recovery such as ClockWorkMod or TWRP recovery installed
Enable USB debugging
Ensure all appropriate USB drivers are installed
Ensure Dalvik Cache is wiped before proceeding from Recovery mode
To Install Omega Android 4.1.2 XXDLJ2 Firmware on Samsung Galaxy Note 2
- Download Omega Android 4.1.2 ROM and Google apps package to PC
- Connect device to computer using USB cable and copy Android 4.2 ROM and Google apps file to device's SD card
- Turn device off and enter Recovery mode
- In CWM Recovery, perform a data wipe
- Now scroll to and select Flash Zip from SD Card by pressing the Power key
- Then select Choose Zip from SD card
- Navigate to and choose Android 4.1.2 ROM file and tap Yes to confirm installation. The installation should now begin
- Repeat above step to select and install Google apps package
- After installation completes, go to +++++Go Back and reboot device by selecting Reboot System Now from Recovery menu
The Omega Android 4.1.2 XXDLJ2 firmware has now been installed on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. This may be verified by browsing to Settings > About Phone.
[Source: Team Android]