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Model: GT-N5120
Model name: GALAXY Note 8.0 LTE
Country: Germany
Version: Android 4.4.2
Changelist: 1600517
Build date: Thu, 15 May 2014 19:11:23 +0000
Product Code: DBT
PDA: N5120XXDNE4
CSC: N5120OXADNE4
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Model: GT-N5120
Model name: GALAXY Note 8.0 LTE
Country: Germany
Version: Android 4.4.2
Changelist: 1600517
Build date: Thu, 15 May 2014 19:11:23 +0000
Product Code: DBT
PDA: N5120XXDNE4
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Can I update this without un-root my device? Is there any steps to follow? Thanks
 
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Can I update this without un-root my device? Is there any steps to follow? Thanks
I didn't unroot before I flashed this. However, you will lose root. The new boot loader has the Knox flag, which means if you root this firmware, the Knox flag will likely be set and that may void your warranty. I'm just using mine without root at the moment.

Steps I did was to do a factory reset in stock recovery, then used Odin 3.0.9 to flash the new firmware. Google search for a guide to using Odin. As I did a factory reset, had to install all my apps, etc. again. So, back up anything you want to keep before you start.

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I didn't unroot before I flashed this. However, you will lose root. The new boot loader has the Knox flag, which means if you root this firmware, the Knox flag will likely be set and that may void your warranty. I'm just using mine without root at the moment.

Steps I did was to do a factory reset in stock recovery, then used Odin 3.0.9 to flash the new firmware. Google search for a guide to using Odin. As I did a factory reset, had to install all my apps, etc. again. So, back up anything you want to keep before you start.

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is it worth to upgrade to kitkat? what do you think? Thanks.
 
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is it worth to upgrade to kitkat? what do you think? Thanks.
I've been using it for a few days now without any issue. Feels a bit snappier than 4.2.2 and battery seems to last a bit longer. However, not a huge upgrade. If you're happy with 4.2.2 or need a rooted tablet, then I wouldn't bother to upgrade. For myself, I always like to try out the latest, that's why I upgraded.

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I've been using it for a few days now without any issue. Feels a bit snappier than 4.2.2 and battery seems to last a bit longer. However, not a huge upgrade. If you're happy with 4.2.2 or need a rooted tablet, then I wouldn't bother to upgrade. For myself, I always like to try out the latest, that's why I upgraded.

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Hey, is the country fixed per tablet due something besides language? can I install the UK one?
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Hey, is the country fixed per tablet due something besides language? can I install the UK one?
It's generally the default language (which you can change of course) and possibly some pre-installed apps in different country's firmwares. There can be other differences too. I don't think a 4.4.2 firmware for the UK is available for the N5120 yet. There is this German one and some Singapore ones that have just been released too. Other countries will follow.

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I just installed this onto my GT-N5120 purchased here in Sweden.

Works fine so far. Have not seen any issue yet...

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