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I have a question for you guys. When I bought my Samsung Galaxy Note, it came with custom firmware with lots of bugs. It's being over 3 months I bought this phone and it freezes a lot. My question is, does anyone know how to restore the original firmware from Samsung? Thank you..

My Android version   : 2.3.6
Model number         : GT-N7000
Baseband version     : N7000XXLB2
Kernel version       : 2.6.35 14-FM-2.0-g399c932
                       frank_m@VirtualBox
Build number         : GINGERBREAD.XXLC1
Rom version          : KingDroid Elegance Deluxe v7.0
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I just found this tutorial do you guys think, is this what I am looking for? I really don't want to mess up my phone :( –  Bonus Kun Aug 15 '12 at 16:27
    
This question could become the standard "How can I flash stock Android on the Galaxy Note?" question –  Flow Aug 15 '12 at 16:29
    
I just didn't know it was called stock Android :/ I am new to the whole Anroid concept. –  Bonus Kun Aug 15 '12 at 16:34
    
No problem. That's why everyone can edit your question. :) –  Flow Aug 15 '12 at 16:54
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The second tutorial will work well for you. Just make sure to download the firmware for your particular international model of Note (N7000) and not the T-Mobile (SGH-T879) or AT&T (SGH-I717) versions. –  Chahk Aug 15 '12 at 17:09

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It was easier than I expected. Just follow this tuto will guide you well.

  1. Download Odin
  2. Download the related firmware
  3. Launch Odin, click on ROM
  4. Select the firmware
  5. Click on Start button.
  6. Pray!

Thank you for everyone who took their time to help me.

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