Tag Archives: N7000

Official Jelly Bean Leaks For The Original Galaxy Note

With all the hype surrounding Samsung’s Galaxy Note II, it’s sometimes easy to forget the original. Samsung hasn’t given up on the device yet, as a new build of the official Jelly Bean 4.1.2 test firmware for the original phablet has leaked. There is a caveat however, as this update is only for the international variant of the Galaxy Note. Flashing… Read more

Tired Of Switching Kernels Between TouchWiz And AOSP ROMs On The Note? Universal Kernel Now Available

The International Galaxy Note N7000 needs a different kernel for TouchWiz and AOSP ROMs. Meaning if you’re going to switch between the two, you’ll need to keep around two different versions of your favorite kernel (if the developer supports two different versions). Not a big inconvenience, but it could be easier. Now it is. The developer g.lewarne… Read more

PSA: Temporary CWM.zip Found To Brick Galaxy Note Too

It looks like they’ve found another thing that could be triggering the infamous eMMC brick bug. Apparently temporary CWM.zip contains the code necessary to cause a brick. These temporary zips are used to root the Note, when there is no custom kernel present. They should not be used for any reason, they can brick your phone. The recoveries in most… Read more