Update Galaxy Note N7000 Manually To UBLSF Android 4.1.2 Official Firmware

With the recent revealing of yet another Android OS under the name of UBLSF, the Android 4.1.2 UBLSF is now available for for Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 users. The new firmware allows for numerous customizability options as well new perks for when a user is multitasking. The phone is a classic tablet and upgrading it to the Android 4.1.2 UBLSF will only enhance its already amazing performance.

Upgrading a phone manually to a new firmware comes with great risks, we will not be held responsible for any damage that may occur to your phone by following the steps of this guide. Before we get into upgrading the Android 4.1.2 UBLSF firmware on to your Galaxy Note N7000, you must make sure of a few requirements.


First of all, make sure that you have a proper backup of all your data already made. You can back up your text messages by using the SMS and Backup application, furthermore you can save all of your contacts by synching it with the Gmail app. Once that is done you can also save all of your entertainment data to an external medium such as a USB or portable hard drive. Once  your backup is done, you must also make sure that your tablet is charged to at least 80% battery power.

Install the USB drives for the Note N7000 on to your computer, and also enable USB Debugging on your device. You can enable USB Debugging by going to settings > applications > development and then check the USB Debugging box. You must also know that this update is only for the Note N7000, if you try updating a different tablet or smartphone with this update you will end up bricking your device.

Once all of these prerequisites have been met you may now proceed to the actual upgrading process. Your phone will restart on a few occasions, do not be alarmed. Under normal circumstances this may take anywhere between 30 minutes to an hour.

Upgrading the Device

You must download two files to your personal computer before the upgrading process can start, you can download the files from the following links. Download UBLSF Android 4.1.2 from here and  download ODIN v1.85 from here. Extract the firmware to an easily accessible location such as the desktop.

Now you have to put your device into recovery mode, and you can this first turning your device off then, press and hold the volume down key and home key until a green android robot appears on the screen of your phone.

Once your phone is in recovery mode, run Odin on your computer and connect your phone.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *