Can i install Lollipop Android 5.0 on my GT-N7100 ?

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  1. Iamyou

    Iamyou Member

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    Hy, i was wondering if we could install the Android Lollipop 5.0 on our old Galaxy Note 2, i've seen it running on Note 3 with 3Gb of Ram, i'm wondering if would run good on Note 2 , and what is the easiest way to install it ?
     
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  3. Blingtron5

    Blingtron5 Member

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    yes, the Note 2 has the minimum required specs to run Android L, in fact it will run pretty good on Note 2, i've already seen some users writing about how great it is..

    About install it, you have to bee root, if you have an unlocked bootloader, then you must first unlock it and then install...
     
  4. Iamyou

    Iamyou Member

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    yeah, my phone no longer is on warranty, soo it will cost nothing to root it because if i damaged something the warranty no longer cover it :)
     
  5. Blingtron5

    Blingtron5 Member

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    oh, i understand, then the steps wil be this :

    - Root the Phone
    - Install CWM or TWRP
    - Download proper Android L for your GT-N7100
    - Enter CWM and flash the zip file

    Fist boot may take some time, but after the phone boots you're running the Android lollipop if the installation progress has been succesfully
     
  6. Iamyou

    Iamyou Member

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    Ok, i alreay manage to install Root Acces to the device and TWRP, now i am downloading the Android L and i will be flashing it in a couple of minutes... wish me luck :p
     
  7. OnnoJ

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    Be aware that you will loose S-Pen functions with such a ROM...
     
  8. FuZyOn

    FuZyOn Recognized Member
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    Official L from Samsung should come soon for your phone, so be prepared for that. ;)
     
  9. Kyler

    Kyler Active Member
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    I think you should of wrote your device's specifications because that would of helped me on whether it's even worth it, or would it work and not harm your phone.
     

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