Install Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean On Galaxy Note II GTN7100

Recently Samsung has rolled out Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Update for the proud owners of Galaxy Note II GTN7100 that will let them enjoy great range of features on their handset. The credit goes to the freshly introduced Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean LiquidSmooth ROM that is released by the Custom Android Developer team for a bundle of popular Android flagships like Galaxy S3 I9300, LG Nexus 4 E960 and many more Nexus devices.

4.2.2 Jelly Bean On Galaxy Note II

According to the available information about the LiquidSmooth ROM, it will bring in array of exciting new features and tweaks to the official firmware for offering the users great experience and performance as well.

The key features accompanied with the latest ROM includes Google GCC 4.7 Toolchain, customizable lock screen buttons and sliders, Optimized String handling routines, Chronus clock widget, transparent navbar and status bar, navigation bar widgets, customizable power menu, customizable navbar ring, theme engine, quiet hours, full rotation, customizable battery and notification light and many other exciting attributes.

You can download this software update via given links:

LiquidSmooth ROM Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Note II

Google Apps

For updating your Galaxy Note II GTN7100 with this new software update, firstly you need to verify your model number by searching to Settings >About Phone. Thereafter you have to back up your significant data and settings using ClockworkMod recovery. Ensure that the device must be charged fully or at least 80 percent to avoid unexpected shut down while firmware installation. Then verify to ensure right USB drivers are installed for your handset on your computer. Make sure that debugging mode is facilitated on your handset and for doing so you have to navigate to Settings> Developers Options or you have to go to Settings then Applications and then Developments.

If your handset is running already on Android 4.2, then you must have to go to Settings> About Phone and then navigate to the bottom of screen to select build number. You have to tap on build number at least seven times to unlock the unseen developer options. Afterwards, choose checkbox for allowing USB Debugging mode. You have to ensure that your handset is rooted with ClockworkMode recovery installed on it. If the phone is experiencing boot loop problems or stuck at boot, then you have to perform Wipe Cache divider following Wipe of Dalvik Cache before rebooting. Allow the freshly installed ROM for stabilizing about five minutes before working on it.

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