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How to Install Android 4.4 KitKat ROM on Galaxy Note GT-N7000!

For those of you who want to enjoy the new Android 4.4 KitKat ROM on your Galaxy Note GT-N7000, you will have to follow some new directions as things have changed a bit.

First of all, Android 4.4 KitKat custom ROMs require you to be using CWM Recovery v6.0.4.3 or higher.  Since CWM Recovery is integrated with the kernel, it’s going to cause problems for most of you who try to install Android 4.4 custom ROMs as most custom ROMs have an older version of CWM or TWRP.  (Btw, do not use TWRP as they are currently not compatible for installing Android 4.4 ROMs.)

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How To Do a Factory Reset on Stock Galaxy Note GT-N7000!

Here’s a quick video that show you how to do a factory reset on your stock Galaxy note GT-N7000.

If for some reason you get a lot of force-closes or your phone gets stuck in bootloop/soft-brick, you can do this to get your phone working again!

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How to Avoid the EMMC Brick and Install/Restore ROMs on Galaxy Note GT-N7000!

I know a ton of people have requested to make a video/tutorial about the EMMC Brick, so here it is as a person who has never bricked his Galaxy Note GT-N7000 and have flashed hundreds of Gingerbread and ICS ROMs.

*Note – AT&T/Rogers Galaxy Note SGH-i717 does not have this bricking problem because it has a different CPU/system.

So, the main problem with EMMC brick that causes hard brick (your phone will not turn on at all and you will need a $50 JTAG service from MobileTechVideos) is mainly with “leaked” ICS ROMs.  If you have flashed one of those “

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How to Install GB/ICS ROM on Rooted Galaxy Note GT-N7000!

For those of you who want to install GB/ICS ROM on your rooted Galaxy Note GT-N7000 (NOT SGH-i717), here’s a fail-proof and safe way to do it using Abyss kernel.

Simply download the Abyss kernel in CWM zip format or ODIN tar format and install it in CWM or flash it using ODIN. (ODIN for those of you who don’t have a rooted phone OR lost Recovery somehow.)


Download Abyss Kernel:

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How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery on AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-i717! [Bell][Telus][Rogers]

So, you’ve rooted your AT&T/Bell/Telus/Rogers Galaxy Note SGH-i717.  What next?

If you want just root so you can get root for your Galaxy Note and get free wifi tether, that’s fine but if you want to install new ROMs on your newly-wedded bad boy, you will want to install ClockworkMod Recovery tool.  Which will allow you to install, backup, and restore ROMs.

Step 1. Hold down the Volume Down and Power button together until your phone resets.  When it resets, let go of the Power button but keep holding down the Volume Down button.

Step 2

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How to Backup and Restore ROM on Rooted Galaxy Note Using ClockworkMod Recovery!

So, you’ve rooted your Galaxy Note and installed ClockworkMod Recovery.

What’s next?

Well, before you begin modding your newly rooted Galaxy Note and installing a bunch of new ROMs, I highly recommend you to make at least one backup of your rooted stock ROM.


Things can always go wrong but by having a backup ROM, you can always restore back to it no matter what.

Besides that, you can learn to backup/restore ROMs on the go with multiple ROMs using ClockworkMod Recovery. This will allow you to change ROMs without losing your personal settings

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How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery on Rooted Galaxy Note!

For those of you rooted Galaxy Note users who want to install/backup/restore ROM on your phone, you will want to install ClockworkMod Recovery.

Before we begin, make sure you’ve rooted your Galaxy Note.

This method is the safest method to install ClockworkMod Recovery.  Although you can use ODIN/Heimdall to flash this too, we don’t recommend it as some may end up bricking their phone.  With this method, you can really go wrong.

Step 1. Make sure R

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