Here we have so many updates available for Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 and now we are here to explain how to update Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 with Android DXLP9 ICS 4.0.3 Firmware. Other updates available for Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 are DXLP9 Firmware, XXLPY Firmware, ZSLPF Firmware and also the new arrived official update DDLP8 Firmware. We all know that updating with firmware will void your device warranty. Apply this update only on Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 otherwise it will damage your handset. This DXLP9 Firmware is not an official firmware by Samsung and this firmware fixes some problems like Touch Pen, Camera and some performance measure issues which are there in DXLP9 Firmware.
Before updating you will do these few steps :
1.Back up all the important data and contacts of your device using ASTRO FILE MANAGER.
2.Charge your handset to 80% or more.
3.Enable USB Debugging on your device by heading to Settings>Applications>Development>USB Debugging
4.Disable all the applications like Antivirus software,Samsung Kies PC suite.
Disclaimer: We are responsible for any damage that might be caused to your device during this process though the possibility of any damage is negligible. Try this at your own risk. Also note, updating your phone will void your warranty.
Updating Instructions :
1.Download Android DXLP9 ICS 4.0.3 Firmware and Odin in your computer.
2.Now extract the downloaded DXLP9 ICS 4.0.3 Firmware and Odin into your computer and switch off your handset so that it can enter into downloaded mode and Open Odin in your computer.
3.Holding both simultaneously the Volume Down key,Ok key and press the Power button. Warning message will be shown to you and now press the Volume Up key to continue enter the Download Mode.
4.Attach your handset to your PC with USB cabel and then you see that ID:COM section of Odin will get yellow which means that you successfully installed the drivers.
5.Now goto PDA on the extracted files and select the file with name “N7000DXLP9_N7000OLBLP6_N7000DXLP5_HOME.tar.md5”. After this goto Start button to begin the process.
6.If you see the Home Screen Disconnect the phone from PC and switch it off so that it can be entered into the Recovery Mode.
7.You can easily enter to Recovery mode by Holding both simultaneously the Volume Down key,Ok key and press the Power button.
8.In Recovery mode select wipe data/Factory Reset and also the Wipe Cache Partition. Reboot your handset by selecting Reboot system now option.