Procedure to Update Galaxy Note N7000 with Jellybean 4.1.1 XXLS2 Firmware:
- Download odin and Jellybean 4.1.1 XXLS2 Firmware Package from here to your computer. Once downloaded, you need to unzip the N7000XXLS2_N7000OXXLS2_OXX.rar in your computer.
- Now, open Odin in your computer and turn off your Galaxy Note N7000 so that it can be entered in the download mode. The download mode can be entered by pressing Volume Down Key + OK button, and holding both simultaneously press the Power Button. Just in case if the device turns ON in the normal mode, you will have to again retry entering the device in the download mode.
- Once your Galaxy Note N7000 enters in download mode, connect your phone to the computer with the help of original USB cable while keeping Odin opened and then you will see that the ID : COM section will turn Yellow which will indicate that all drivers are installed.
DANGER: Don’t proceed to the next step if the ID: COM Section doesn’t turn Yellow!
- Now, click on “PDA” to select the tar file which you get after extracting the firmware file. Ignore the .dll file which you get after extracting the folder. Once selected, click on “Start” in odin to start the process of firmware update.
- As soon as the firmware is update, the device will reboot and once you see the country selector, disconnect the phone from computer to follow on screen instructions for setting up the phone. To check whether your phone is updated or not, head over to the path “Settings > About Phone” where you will get to see the firmware version as Jellybean 4.1.1 XXLS2.
Note: Just in a rare case if the device doesn’t boot up or show the home screen then remove the battery and reinsert the same to boot the device again in the normal mode.
For Users Facing Force Close Issues:
- If at all your device is facing issues like force close issues in most of the apps, you will now have to turn off the device and clear the cache from the recovery mode.
- Recovery mode can be entered by pressing Center button and simultaneously press the Power Button. In the recovery mode select Wipe data/factory reset and also you need to select Wipe Cache partition and then reboot your device by selecting reboot system now option.
Do share with us in the comments section just in case if you face any issues as we will try our level best to sort out the same. Congratulations, you have now successfully applied the latest firmware update of Jellybean 4.1 in your Galaxy Note N7000 smartphone.