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PanaroidAndroid brings a beautiful interface on Android smartphones. Now the beauty can be enjoyed on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 thanks to XDA Developers’ member Androguide.fr. The ROM also brings Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
The ROM is still new, and needs a lot of polishing. CyanogenMod 10 was the base when this ROM was created, so the issues in CM10 will also be present in this ROM. There are reports that the soft buttons have to be enabled by going to Settings > Navigation Bar, as they may not show up after initially booting the tablet.
For following the flashing guide you should have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.2 model N8000 in your possession. Other tablets or models are highly discouraged for this tutorial. You should also charge the battery to an appropriate percentage, as the device may shut down if not properly charged leading to an interruption in the installation process. Security softwares should also be disabled and it is recommended that you backup all important data.
Install PanaroidAndroid ROM On Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000
Step 1: Flash ClockworkMod Recovery using our guide (link). Skip this step if ClockworkMod Recovery is already present.
Step 2: Download Gapps (link) and PanaroidAndroid ROM (link).
Step 3: Copy the downloaded files in step 2 to the internal SD card of the Galaxy Note 10.1.
Step 4: Power off your N8000, and boot into Recovery by holding the Power and Volume Up buttons. When the screen presents the Samsung logo, release the Power button while continuing to hold the Volume Up button until recovery boots. You can use the Volume keys to navigate and Power button for selecting options while in recovery.
Step 5: Create a Nandroid backup of the existing ROM as a precaution. Select Backup and Restore > Backup.
Step 6: Select Wipe Cache and confirm the action on the screen that appears. Now select Advanced > Wipe Dalvik Cache and confirm the action on the next screen. If your previous ROM wasn’t CyanogenMod 10, select Wipe data/Factory reset and confirm the action.
Step 7: Next select Install ZIP from SD card > Choose ZIP from SD card and locate the ParanoidAndroid ROM. Select the ROM file to start installation.
Step 8: Repeat step 7 and select Gapps.
Step 9: When both the ROM and Gapps are installed, go back to the main menu and select ‘Reboot System Now’.
Great work, you’ve flashed the ParanoidAndroid ROM on Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000 that comes with a hybrid UI. Feel free to drop us a line if you experience any troubles following this guide.
For more custom ROMs for your Android device, and for more guides on how to install custom ROMs to your Android smartphone or tablet, check out iJailbreak’s Android ROMs section.