Today i'm about sharing the safest method to Flash ROM's on Galaxy Note
Main problem with EMMC brick that causes hard brick
(your phone will not turn on at all and you will need a $50 JTAG service from MobileTechVideos)
is mainly with “leaked” ICS ROMs. If you have flashed one of those “leaked” ICS ROMs, there’s a chance you can brick.
But to clear things up, your phone doesn’t get bricked unless you try to “wipe data/factory reset” in ClockworkMod Recovery while trying to install a new ROM.
Whenever you are installing or restore ROM using ClockworkMod Recovery , Flash Abyss Gingerbread kernel Download Here
Download and copy over the Abyss kernel zip file to your SD card or internal storage. Again, I always have a copy of Abyss kernel zip file on my SD card I suggest you do too.
Then hold down Volume Up, Center Home, and Power buttons together until your phone resets and you get ClockworkMod Recovery.
Choose “install zip from sdcard”.
Choose “choose zip from sdcard” or “choose zip from internal sdcard” depending on where you copied over the Abyss kernel zip file to.
Choose the Abyss kernel zip file and install it.
Once installed, you still have to reboot into ClockworkMod Recovery so go back to main menu and choose “advanced”.
Choose “Reboot Recovery” and this should reboot back you into ClockworkMod Recovery but the one off Abyss kernel.
From here on, you can install new Gingerbread or ICS ROMs without worrying about bricking
Do this Steps Every Time You Want to Flash a ROM be safe