Samsung Galaxy Note II Flash a firmware with Odin:
Flashing a firmware (FW) risks and should be well prepared. Before you get started, concerned the necessary files, read the instructions carefully and follow exactly the steps!
Download the firmware version that you would like to have on your device, extract the .zip (with WinRAR or 7zip) and stores the .tar or.. md5 files.
The most firmwares can be found at Sammobile (registration required)
Now boot your phone into download mode!
To get into the download mode you must first turn off your device. After it is all you have to the volume down + home button + power button.
Now, the warning should be with you! Screen appear, we will confirm this security query with the volume knob upwards.
Now the download menu appears the Note II is so ready to go!
Launching Odin now
If your downloaded firmware file contains a single .tar it adds them under PDA:
If your downloaded firmware but contains more than a .tar in three parts (PDA/PHONE/CSC) you have to insert them in the right places:
PDA, PHONE, MODEM CODE CSC to CSC
No PIT used file and not clicks also re partition (possible risk of brick)
Use the Task Manager to terminate all Samsung Kies processes!
Now link your NoteII to the USB cable and wait until all of the drivers have been installed and the ID: COM links above blue lights up (only under Odin 3.0 X)
When nothing turns blue, then assured you the Kies really no longer runs in the background!
Now click on start
Your phone will restart after it has been flashed. Wait until the boot process is completed and you will be prompted for PIN input.
The desired firmware/RoM should now run on your Note II. You have problems with reboots or FC’s, you should eventually perform a wipe (factory reset via settings & reset, or in recovery), if necessary repeat the Flash process.
Nice to know:
CSC: the specific contents for the ProductCodes are stored In the CSC. That includes not only regions but also providers. These special settings include besides regions or marketspezifischen apps, such as Almost dormancy settings or even APN settings. CSC has nothing to do with what languages supported a Fimware!
PDA: This (main) file contains the complete Android operating system including all Systemapps.
PHONE: Modem file is the firmware for the wireless communication. It regulates the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and the mobile radio communications.
CE—> Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands
DX—> Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam
DZ—> Malaysia, Singapore
JA—> South Africa
JC-–> Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia
JP-–> Arabic, Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria
JV—> Tunisia, Turkey
UG—> North America
UH—> Latin America, The Caribbean
XE—> Bulgaria, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine
XX—> Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, United Kingdom
XW—> Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Nordic, Spain, United Kingdom
ZC—> China, Hong Kong
ZH—> Hong Kong
ZS—> China, Hong Kong