Thursday, August 16, 2012

Install ClockworkMod Recovery on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was released a some days back and still devs have managed to port ClockworkMod Recovery to the device. The device has a 10.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels. It has 2GB of RAM, a quad core 1.4 Ghz processor, Mali 400GPU, a good specification which can run all games at present. It comes with Android 4.0.3 IceCream Sandwich out of the box. Lets see more about ClockworkMod Recovery on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 which is a touch version. 

XDA member zedomax has managed to put together an unofficial version of ClockworkMod Recovery Touch, HighOnAndroid v1.0. ClockworkMod Recovery or CWM is required to flash custom ROMS, manage them and make backups a.k.a Nandroid Backup.

Before you install this on your Galaxy Note 10.1 please not that 

  • Touch screen on CWM is not as responsive and you may have to use the volume rockers to prevent accidental input. 
  • You can't mount SD Card. Use internal or external SD card to backup and install ROMS
  • Unofficial version
We are not responsible for the damage to your device, do at your own risk.

Screen Shot

galaxy note 10.1

Make sure u have atleast 70% charge, usb drivers for your phone(Kies) and USB debugging checked in the phone settings.


1. Download Odin from here.
2. Download the CWM file from XDA.
3. Connect Galaxy Note 10.1 to PC.
4. Go to download mode by holding down Vol down button and then powering    on the device. 
5. If you see green on Odin you are good to go. Go to Odin and select PDA and browse for CWM you just downloaded.
6. Flash the file and wait for process to finish. 
7. Reboot and you are done.

Now each time you go to recovery mode ( vol Up + power ) you will go to ClockworkMod Revovery. If you have any problems, please comment below. 

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