Root GT-N7000 And CyanogenMod 11 4.4.4

My girlfriend’s Note1 was behaving badly recently, very badly, it got slower since it updated to 4.1.2 but now it went very slow.. actually right after the 2 years of warranty.. weird uh?

Since i already flashed my old S3, i was a little used to it and aware of the risks, so i started looking everywhere and i made the following procedure on Evernote :

Kernel 3.0.31-906407
Phils current CWM:
for n7000:
Latest Version (really need the lastest for CM11) :

Recovery (.zip) packages instructions – Will also root your phone * recommanded method * 
They come in the form of files that can be flashed in stock recovery 3e: No Yellow Triangle

  • Download kernel matching your ROM
  • Put the previously downloaded file on your external sd card
  • Boot into stock recovery (volume up+home+power)
  • Select “apply update from external storage”.
  • Now select the file you copied in previous step
  • You are rooted + new PhilZ-cwm6 kernel with CWM6
Now on to Cyanogenmod!
First time installing CyanogenMod 11.0 to your Galaxy Note N7000:
Make sure you’re running a proper working ClockworkMod-Recovery/TWRP (Phil CWM6 Above)
  • Copy Gapps and CM11.0 ZIPs to your Internal/External SDcard
  • Boot into Recovery
  • Wipe data/factory reset
  • Wipe Cache and Dalvik Cache
  • Format System
  • Flash CM11.0 zip
  • Flash GApps zip from SDCard
  • Reboot
Don’t restore system data using Titanium Backup! Restoring Apps + Data might cause problems and is not recommended, avoid it if possible!
From 4.1.2 to 4.4.4 rooted and without all the bloatwares from samsung, much lighter system too.
Now i’ve got to reinstall the backups and everything.

n7000 Cyanogenmod 11


2014-08-29 13.13.41