Galaxy Note PRO 12.2 has received the Android KitKat ZSUANG1 [P905ZSUANG1] update. If you are planning to install P905ZSUANG1, we, at TechGipsy provide you the installing tips for this latest Android KitKat version on your Galaxy Note PRO 12.2 device. Go ahead and get the KitKat touch in your device.
TechGipsy will not be responsible for any damage that might occur to your device in the process of updating. You must carry out the steps below solely at your own risk.However,it is very much unlikely that any such damage will occur to your device by following the steps below.
Also,this updating tutorial is for Samsung Galaxy Note PRO 12.2 only and should not be carried out on any other variant.
- A computer to download the required files.
- An USB cable
- Save your messages in a safe place before updating your device. Creating a complete back up for your device is recommended.
- Install Galaxy Note PRO 12.2 USB driver on your PC before connecting your Note PRO with it.
- Your Note PRO 12.2 battery level must be above 95%.
You need to download the following to your PC.
- Android 4.4.2 KitKat ZSUANG1 [P905ZSUANG1]
First of all download the files from the given links and save on the desktop of your PC.
- After Put the Note PRO 12.2 into download mode using these steps.
Turn off your Galaxy Tab PRO 8.4 LTE SM-T325 and press its volume down button, power button and home button simultaneously. Press its power button again after viewing the warning message that will be displayed to put it into download mode.
- Launch the downloaded Odin on your PC and connect the Galaxy Note PRO 12.2 LTE with your PC via USB cable.
- Odin will display a message in the bottom left corner after the connection is successful.
- Extract the ZIP file of Android 4.4.2 KitKat ZSUANG1 downloaded earlier.
- Once it is successfully extracted, press “ADB/AP” in Odin and choose “.tar.md5″ file.
- Press the “Start” button in Odin after selecting “Auto-reboot” option.
- Then, wait until the Note PRO 12.2 is restarts.
And voila! You can get started with this version of Android on your device now. For more tech news, updates and rooting tips, keep visiting TechGipsy,