Galaxy Note 8.0 N5110: Update Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean XXCMG2 Leaked Firmware

N5110XXCMG2 leaked firmware is now available for download. SamMobile just received the leaked Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean firmware for our Galaxy Note 8.0 N5110 device from the insider. It is out of our expectation that Galaxy Note 8.0 will get Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean even earlier than Samsung flagship model such as Galaxy S3 or Note 2. Galaxy Note 8.0 WiFi version is another tablet running latest Android version besides of Asus Transformer and Nexus tablet. As mentioned, XXCMG2 is test firmware (not official) and may contains major or minor bugs, test it at your own risk.

With the leaked downloaded firmware package you can manually install it with Samsung Odin. For your information, you can downgrade Android 4.2.2 back to Android 4.1.2 if you do not like it. You do not need custom recovery (CWM or TWRP) or root access to flash this leaked firmware. Let’s check out the manual installation tutorial below.

Samsung Galaxy Note Note 8.0 is equipped with 1.6GHz Quad Core Cortex A9 processor and 2GB RAM. It also comes with 16/32GB internal storage with SD card expansion up to 64GB, 5MP rear camera and 1.3MP front camera, 8.0 inches 1280×720 TFT display. Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware and most probably upgradable to Android 4.2 in the near future.

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Update Galaxy Note 8.0 N5110 to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean XXCMG2 Leak Firmware

Disclaimer: It’s always a risk to modify your device. We, Android Teen are not responsible for any damage or bricks on your device. Your device warranty may void with any mod. Check your devices warranty’s term & conditions before start. (HTC,Samsung, LG, Sony, Motorola). Use this guide on your own risk, contact us for help if you face problem.

Pre-requisites & Requirements

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 N5110 – WiFi version (Ensure correct device model and firmware; Check device model – Go to Settings -> About Device -> Model Number)
  2. Windows-based computer or laptop
  3. Download Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 USB driver for Windows and install in your computer.
  4. Connect device to computer with USB cable to complete installation.
  5. Skip this step if you have installed the USB driver.
  6. Enable USB Debugging on your device. How to Enable USB Debugging Mode on Android Devices.
  7. Make sure your phone is charged to 60% 80% to avoid battery blackout and interruption during this tutorial.
  8. We recommend you make a backup on your data and media files before the tutorial. You may restore the data and files if necessary.

Reminder: You do not need to wipe your device but we always suggest your backup and make a clean wipe before flashing. Do a factory reset if you face problem after flashing. Ensure you meet the requirements before proceed. Contact us if you face problem.


  1. Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Note 8.0 (N5110XXCMG2_N5110OXACMG2_OXA.rar | 1241.8 MB)


  1. Download and extract N5110XXCMG2_N5110OXACMG2_OXA.rar to get *.tar or *tar.md5 and Odin 3.07 in a folder in a computer.
  2. Power off your device.
  3. Enter Download Mode by pressing and hold the Volume Down key, Home button, and Power button.
  4. You should see a warning triangle sign, press Volume Up to continue.
  5. You should see Odin Mode at the top and Downloading… , Do not turn off target!!
  6. Launch Odin executable file by double-clicking on Odin3.07.exe.
  7. Connect your device to your computer with USB cable.
  8. Wait until Odin to show an “Added” message at the lower-left message box.
  9. After your device is detected by Odin, click on the CODE button and select the CODE_N5110XXCMG2_1031850_REV01_user_low_ship.tar.
  10. Click on the CSC button and select the CSC_OXA_N5110OXACMG2_1031850_REV01_user_mid_noship.tar.
  11. Add kona_wifi.pit to PIT.
  12. Make sure the Repartition option is checked under Options & checked on Auto Reboot.
  13. Click Start button to flash ***.tar to your device. Monitor the flash progress on Odin.
  14. A green “PASS” message should show for a success flashing.
  15. Your device shall reboot automatically.
  16. Wait patiently for the first time boot up.

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