Thursday, May 15, 2014

Android 4.4.2 KitKat N7105XXUFND3 Official Firmware update

LTE International Version of Samsung Electronics Co. ' s (KRX: 005935) Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with the model number GT-N7105 recently received the Android 4.4.2 firmware KitKat official with the build number N7105XXUFND3.

Firmware update is the first building for the launch of Kit Kat LTE Galaxy Note 2, which had been running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean yet . The new firmware , which has been launched in many countries , you can also download the manual installation .

Here is a tutorial showing how to upgrade the Galaxy Note LTE 2 to Android 4.4.2 using Odin N7105XXUFND3 Kit Kat . But before you try your hands in the installation process , users should be aware of certain aspects :

- All data stored in the receiver must be properly accredited

- The phone must be on battery power at least 80 percent

- Must be installed USB drivers for your computer

- You must activate the USB debugging

- After the firmware update , you will lose any custom ROM installed

- Provision for recovery such as ClockworkMod Recovery or TWRP, also will miss

Note : International Business Times is not responsible for anything that goes wrong . Users should proceed at their own risk .

Step 1 : Download the firmware package and extract the compressed file . There will be a file tar.md5. Along with some other files .

Step 2: Odin V3.09 software and extract the compressed file . There will be a file v3.09.exe Odin3 along with some other files .

Step 3 : Run the Odin3 V3.09 program as an administrator .

Step 4 : Launch the Galaxy Note 2 in the download mode by pressing and holding the volume down , home button and power. After the appearance of a warning message key , press the volume up to enter download mode .

Step 5: Connect your Galaxy Note 2 to your computer via USB cable and wait until added ! A message appears in the box at the bottom left in Odin .

Step 6: Click on the button in Odin and AP tar.md5 select the file you extracted in step 1 . .

Step 7 : In Odin , make sure you restart the car only and are examined F. Reset Time options .

Step 8: Click the Start button in Odin to begin flashing .

Step 9 : After the process is complete , you will receive a message "PASS" on the ID: COM port will with green background and the device restarts automatically .

Step 10 : After the Samsung logo on the startup screen appears, unplug the device from the computer . The phone runs Android 4.4.2 N7105XXUFND3 now KitKat .

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