Udpate Your Galaxy Note N7000 to UBLSF Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Official Firmware

A new firmware update is being rolled out to Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 which is codenamed as the UBLSF Android 4.1.2 Firmware. It is the latest one and is being rolled out Over The Air (OTA). Since OTA updates are rolled our regionally, these updates might not reach out to devices in certain regions. You may also not be available to receive it if you are running a custom ROM on your Galaxy Note or a custom kernel that does not support OTA updates.

With this post, we will help you update your Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 to UBLSF Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware which comes directly from Samsung. Though this update is official, all data on your phone will be wiped to prevent low memory and force close issues. If you have rooted your device, the root access will be revoked with this update but you may root it again.

[box_light]Before you proceed with this tutorial, we recommend you to backup all data on your device using our backup guide. Make sure you have the necessary device drivers installed on your PC. Also note that Hack My Android is not responsible for any damage your device might face with this update,though the chances are less that you will face any issues with this.[/box_light]

The details of the firmware are as follows:

  • Android Version: 4.1.2 – JZO54K (Jelly Bean)
  • PDA: N7000UBLSF
  • CSC: N7000UUBLSF

Please note that this update is only for devices that are not locked to any network. Updating your device using this tutorial on a network-locked device will brick your phone.

Steps to Update Galaxy Note to UBLSF Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Official Firmware

  1. Download the UBLSF Jelly Bean firmware for Galaxy Note N7000.
  2. Download Odin. It is the tool used to flash firmwares to Samsung devices.
  3. Turn off your phone and re-insert the battery.
  4. Boot it into download mode. To do this, press Volume Down + Home + Power button and you will see a Warning screen. Press the Volume up button and your device will enter into download mode.
  5. Open Odin and connect your device to the PC via USB cable. You should see the Com:Port section turn yellow in Odin. If it doesn’t, something is wrong with your device drivers.
  6. Click on PDA and select the file “N7000UBLSF_N7000UUBLSF_N7000WELSA_HOME.tar.md5”
  7. Make sure Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time in Odin are checked.
  8. Click on Start button in Odin.
  9. The official firmware will be flashed to your Samsung Galaxy Note.

If you face any issues, feel free to comment below and we will be happy to assist you with it. To root your device, read this tutorial.

  • Don McCarthy

    The COM panel turns ‘blue’ not yellow.