Update Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 to Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware

Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Jelly bean Firmware update is currently available for Germany Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 users. These days Samsung Are rolling out the new updates very quickly and most of the Samsung devices are these these updates day by day. Now Samsung Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 user will update their device with this latest Android 4.2.2. official firmware. The new official firmware is powered with some new features such as lockscreen widgets, dedicated toggles menu in status bar, improved task switching, Daydream screensaver mode and lots more. If you are the Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 user than you can update your device with the help of Samsung Kies App or from the OTA update. The update is currently available in Germany, though since it’s a phased rollout. If you want to update your device manually with this latest official Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware than you have to follow our below mention guide to update your device easily.

The below mention guide is only for the Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 user, so don’t try this method on any of your other devices. If you have the rooted device than after applying this update you will lose the root access from your device and you have to root your device again.

Update Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 to Android 4.2.2

Update Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 to Android 4.2.2

Here are the Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware details:

  • Model: GT-N5100
  • Country: Germany
  • Version: Android 4.2.2
  • Changelist: 1210063
  • Build date: Thu, 01 Aug 2013 12:27:55 +0000
  • Product Code: DBT
  • PDA: N5100XXCMH1
  • CSC: N5100OXACMH1
  • MODEM: N5100XXCMF4


Pre-requisites and Requirements

a) First and most important thing to do is take the Full Backup of your Android Apps, SMS, Contacts, Call Logs, Bookmarks. So in case if you lost some of your data in the update process, then you can easily restore them from your backup file.

b) Enable USB debugging mode on your device, read the guide here how to enable USB debugging mode.

c) Make sure that your Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 phone battery is full charge or near about 60-70% battery level.

d) Download the Latest Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 USB Driver on your PC and install it to start the update process.

After following the above mention steps follow the below mention guide one by one to Update your Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 with Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware. Note: This update will not void your warranty and does not require Root access.

How to Update Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 to Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware

Hope you followed all the above mention step on your desktop and device, Now get ready to update you device with the latest official firmware and enjoy the new features on your devfcie. Now foolwo the below mention step one by one to complete the process.

Step 1. Download the Latest Android 4.2.2 Firmware for Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 from here and extract the same on your desktop. You need these files to update your device.

Step 2. Download the ODIN flash tool from here and extract the same on your desktop, You need this application to flash the firmware file on your Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100.

Step 3. Restart Samsung Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 In download Mode: Switch off the device then hold Volume Down Key + Menu Button and then Power ON the device. Keep holding until you see a green Android robot.

Step 4. Once you device in download mode, connect your device with the computer via USB cable and run the ODIN application on your desktop. If your phone is connected successfully, one of the ID:COM boxes of ODIN app screen will turn yellow with the COM port number. This step might take some time.

Step 5. Once the Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 is connected with the ODIN application, do the following: ( So this very carefully otherwise you brick your device)

Select these files from the extracted firmware package(Step 1);

-Select the PDA checkbox, and click the ‘.tar.md5? file
-Tap the Phone checkbox, and select the file named ‘modem’ (ignore if such file is not found)
-Choose the CSC checkbox, and click the file named ‘CSC’ (ignore if there is no such file)
-Click the PIT checkbox, and choose the ‘.pit’ file (ignore if the file is missing)

[Note: Ignore the last three steps (b, c and d) if such files are not found.] And Make sure re-partition is NOT ticked on the ODIN application.

Step 6. Check out the following settings once more and Hit the Start button form the ODIN app screen to start the update process. Now the update process will take some time to flash the official firmware on your device, Once the installation is successfully completed on your device you will see the “pass” message on your ODIN app screen and this time your device will be reboot.

Now you can disconnect youir device from the computer and the official firmware is installed on your device. In case at the time of restart your device stuck on Android loop or stuck on Android boot screen, then follow this guide to come out of Android loop.


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