The 2014 edition of Galaxy Note 10.1 can be updated to a new Android firmware using all the tutorials listed under this category. Make sure to read all the info before starting any updates, as these guides are usually destined to be used by advanced Android users.
Install the updates manually for your Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition using our tutorials if the official firmware files haven’t arrived to your region. As you know Samsung releases updates for all devices worldwide in stages, this means that not all users will be getting the new files at the same time. ODIN is the app that is usually used to flash new Android software updates to Samsung devices.
You can update your Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition using custom ROMs, too. A custom ROM is an edited OS version that offers users the chance of testing new Android releases that haven’t been released officially to a particular device. Some of the most popular custom ROMs are CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android, AOKP and OmniROM. However, there are tons of other great custom ROMs.
If you plan on updating your device with the instructions in our tutorials, then you should know that we cannot be blamed in case you brick the phone, nor in case you lose any important data files.
Read all info listed in the tutorials and make sure that you won’t skip any steps, that will help you complete updates at the first attempt.By Alex Dumitru