09-09-13, 02:58 pm
this is a tutorial that will teach you how to successfully update your samsung galaxy note 8.0 wifi model with a leaked version of the android 4.2.2 jelly bean stock firmware. note that this is not an official update released by samsung, as it is a leaked build in its testing phase only.
the final version of the official android 4.2.2 jelly bean for your galaxy note 8.0 wifi should be ready for a release by the end of next month. in order to make sure that you correctly update your device, you will first have to read the preparation guide below. here’s what you need to know before continuing to the ‘how-to’ part of this post:
- use this guide only with the samsung galaxy note 8.0 wifi model number n5110.
- do not use this tutorial with any other android devices, as you will end up bricking it.
- if you tablet is running a rooted firmware or any other customizations have been applied, then you will most likely lose all the data from your device.
- backup all the important files before starting the installation.
- installing this leaked xxcmg2 jelly bean 4.2.2 rom will restore the warranty for your galaxy note 8.0 tablet.
- make sure that your computer has all the samsung usb drivers installed on it. without these you cannot connect the tablet with your computer, that will prevent from installing any firmware updating files.
- make sure that samsung kies software is disabled completely before starting the update.
- disable all the antivirus programs from running on your device.
- this is a guide for advanced android users.
- it is not recommended for you to use this guide in case you don’t know what you’re doing and you’ve never used odin nor flashed any official stock firmware for your tablet.
- we cannot be blamed in case you lose any data or you brick the device.
- make sure to read the entire tutorial and not to skip any steps that i have listed in this post.
- make sure that your tablet has enough power left before completely discharging during the installation.
- for any extra questions use the comments field at the end of the article.