Update Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7105 LTE to Jelly Bean 4.1.2 WanamLite ROM

The focus of this tutorial is on how to update Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE N7105. But not with just any tool. We’re talking about Jelly Bean 4.1.2 WanamLite Custom ROM.

So the point of attraction is the fact that your phablet will finally have the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.


The need for this update is doubled by the need to respect some requirements. They’re as follows: root the Note 2 LTE GT-N7105, create a backup (including a NANDroid one), turn off the software and other tools which protect your phone and your laptop from threats, use a comp that has Windows, turn on USB debugging and charge the battery.

Important instructions

  1. The tutorial begins by saying, in its first step, that you have to needed for the update on the laptop; once the device is connected to the latter, you need to move the file from its original place to the gadget.
  2. When it’s where it should be, you have to turn to the second step by unplugging the Note 2 LTE GT-N7105 from your laptop. Switch the phablet off. Galaxy-Note-2-LTE-GT-N7105
  3. Step three will request the following to happen: boot the gadget into Recovery Mode and select Factory reset/Wipe data, Wipe Cache Partition and Wipe Dalvik Cache. Now choose Go back.
  4. Step four should find you in the Recovery Menu. You now have to opt for Install zip from SD card. Another option which needs to be selected is this: Choose zip from SD card. When both of them are opted for, you have to choose the WanamLite ROM.
  5. [sc name=”banner-jos”]This action has the purpose of beginning the flashing of the update.
  6. Choose, now, Go back. Finally, opt for the system restarting. In the eventuality of seeing some issues with your phablet, like a boot loop and so on, to get it out of the system you have to reboot the Note 2 LTE GT-N7105 into Recovery mode and wipe the entire system. That will do the trick and bring you peace of mind once more.

After the update is on your gadget, your only concern will be to enjoy the upcoming benefits. If you see that they don’t rise up to expectations, then you can get back to the default ROM. Do that by using the recovery menu and opting for the possibility to get the stock ROM back. Get the warranty back on the Galaxy Note 2 LTE N7105 with this method: downgrade the phablet to its default stock ROM.