Update: May 3, 2014 - Added fix for Caller ID issue!
Update: May 1, 2014 - Added instructions to turn off Google Account Manager after setting up a Google Account
Update: April 9, 2014 - Added instructions to install super su after flashing new firmware and rooting.
Update: Feb 17, 2014 - Added instructions to turn off Google Bookmarks Sync after setting up a Google Account
How to Install/Flash Google Apps on Galaxy Note 3 N9002:
** Please note that if you are using windows 7 to root the device using cf autoroot as instructed in the link above, you will encounter an error halfway thru the flashing process. You need to run odin 1.85 as windows xp to remedy this.
** Please note that after rooting and flashing google apps thru cwm, you will still have root access but the super su app may get lost. If that happens, please install super su from the google play store and everything will be back to normal. - thanks bigstuart for pointing that out
To fix the gapps error we see everytime we turn on the sync shortcut from the pulldown notification bar:
After setting up your google account, go to the settings menu and turn off the google bookmarks sync app. This will fix the google services has stopped error message.
To fix the google account dropping out (having to set up your google account again) turn off the google account manager app from the settings menu. Three users have confirmed this has fixed the issue.
BigStuart was able to finally find a way to fix our caller ID issue. Here's how to get it done:
Then reboot the phone and test caller ID
Lastly, enjoy your dual sim flagship device