Samsung Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 received the Jelly Bean update just today. The new update to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware has brought a lot of new features and improvements to the device. If you have already upgraded to the new firmware on your Note 2 and wish to extend its capabilities by rooting your device and installing ClockworkMod recovery on it, you are just at the right place. If your Galaxy Note 2 does not have the official Android 4.1.2 firmware, flash it manually: Download
Rooting an Android phone has many advantages. Having rooted you Note 2, you will be able to install a lot of useful apps that require root permissions. If CWM Recovery is installed on your device, you will be able to flash your favorite custom ROM, a mod or patch very easily.
Please note that rooting your Galaxy Note 2 will void its warranty. Moreover, the procedure might prove risky if not performed carefully. Proceed only if you are sure what it is all about.
If you have ever flashed an insecure kernel or a stock firmware using Odin, the method given here might seem very easy and familiar to you. It is very much the same procedure except for a few differences.
When your Note 2 GT-N7100 is rooted, turn it off again and boot it into Download Mode. Then follow the steps given above but this time when you click PDA button, select CWM_RecoveryTOUCH_v22.214.171.124_N7100.tar file. All steps are the same.
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