Germany’s Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (Gt-N8000) is bumping to another build version ‘N800XXCMC5’ from previous ‘N8000XXCMC3″ this latest build as of 26th March 2013. This build is part of Samsung releases to target fixes on lag issues and brings a much better, smoother and faster UI experience. The ‘N800XXCMC5’ build is currently only available for Germany owners of the unbranded Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000, let wait and see if other countries might also get same build version.
It is now live via Samsung Kies and anyone from Germany can simply update their devices through Samsung Kies .If you don’t have Kies, grab it from Samsung page, install it in your computer, connect your device, then follow Kies software update instructions.
For devs and advance users that wants to give it a try, you can grab the stock N8000XXCMC5 from below source.
How to manually install N8000XXCMC5 DBT Android 4.1.2 Update on Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000
Do Some Preparations:
– Back-up all important data stored from the device and saved it somewhere on your computer.
– Make sure the battery is fully charge.
– Grab the following needed files below.
– Remember the APN settings of your device.
Grab the following needed files:
Official Stock ROM:
This firmware version have been updated to Android 4.4.2 KitKat and it’s no longer applicable for the device.
Odin3_v3.07 Flasher Tool – Odin3_v3.07
USB Driver – Download
Odin Flashing Procedure:
1. Install the driver
2. Extract or “unzip” the downloaded firmware in a separate folder of your computer.
3. Run and configure Odin. Do not check the “Re-Partition” checkbox. Leave marked checked on “”Auto-Reboot and “F-Reset Time”.
4. Boot the Galaxy Note 10.1 into “Download Mode”
– Turn it Off
– Press and hold (Volume Down, Home and Power) button at the same time.
– Press Volume Up to continue..
5. Connect the Galaxy Note 10.1 to computer, once it display the downloading screen.
6. Load the tar file on Odin’s PDA button.
– click on PDA button then locate and select the extracted .tar.md5
Odin sample only:
7. Hit the “Start” button to begin flashing.
8. Wait until it finishes and Odin displays a word “PASS!”.
9. Once the device reboots, unplug it from PC connection.
Fixing Possible Errors and Failures during Flashing
Set up connection failed
All threads completed (success 0/failed 1)
This is cause by a bad USB connection. Try to reconnect or use other USB cable, check everything – PC USB serial ports.
Stuck at welcome screen or logo
This can be easily fix by factory reset.
– press and hold (Volume Up, Home and Power) button
– navigate down and choose “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” using the volume keys.
– Use Power or Home button to enter choice.
– then select “Reboot System Now”.
You may then confirm if the firmware was successfully installed on your Galaxy note 10.1 by hitting Settings>>About Device> Software info. Then see if it’s already on N8000XXCMC5 Android 4.1.2 version.
That’s It! Any questions, just drop it on the comment form below.