Install PACman Jelly Bean 4.2.2 custom ROM on Samsung Nexus 10

Samsung Nexus 10 has its very own tutorial now. In it, we describe how to to bring Jelly Bean 4.2.2 with PACman V22.1. Only use this model if you want the guide to go well.


Now that you know what it’s all about, see the following before completing today’s guide: root your tablet and also install CWM Recovery or TWRP on it, turn on USB debugging, check the gadget’s battery and charge it should it be empty, use only the factory unlocked Nexus 10, install USB Drivers for the device on your laptop and create backups via our tutorials.

Important instructions

  1. The first step to start this off: download together with Google Apps archive, available here (you should choose he file labelled on your PC.
  2. Make sure the tablet and the computer are well connected, then copy and paste the files from step 1 to the SD card of the Samsung Nexus 10. google-nexus-10
  3. After a couple of seconds of waiting while the transfer is performed, you have to unplug the products from each other’s grasp, do as step 3 instructs: switch the tablet off, boot it into Recovery Mode and operate a complete NANDroid backup if you haven’t.
  4. Return to the device’s main recovery menu if the process from earlier is over and initiate a full data wipe by choosing Factory reset/Wipe data and then opting for Yes; when done, return to the recovery main menu and make sure to choose Wipe Cache Partition for step number four.
  5. In step number five, your tasks should look like this: opt for Wipe Dalvik Cache, choose Install zip from SD card, after which you need to opt for Choose zip from SD card.
  6. Step number six is up next; according to it, you should go find the PACman custom ROM archive. As soon as you see it, step seven will ask you to choose it like this: tap Power, then confirm its flashing on the Nexus 10.
  7. Now do as you did for the sixth step and this one; the Gapps package is going to be installed on the device. Having just flashed both of these two zip files on the gadget, you should return to the main recovery menu.
  8. [sc name=”banner-jos”]Step eight needs this from you: opt for the system restarting; pretty soon the Nexus 10 will reboot and afterwards boot into the ROM we’ve been mentioning before. And that, our friends, was all you had to do to update your gadget to the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

To get rid of a problem involving your Google Nexus 10 experiencing an infinite loop and other troublesome situations, you should operate the following tasks: a complete wipe cache partition and a full Wipe Dalvik Cache. Do those types of operations five times, then reboot the tablet.

Should you simply want a method to bring the previous ROM back, here you go: boot the device into Recovery, opt for Backup&Restore, choose the ROM from a list and wait for it to be featured back on your product. To avoid a situation such as “Status 7 error” from ruining your experience: flash a compatible kernel and then install the PACman V22.01.