Now you must be desperately waiting to test Heisenberg ROM. Once your device is restarted, you can enjoy Heisenberg.
You can follow the steps posted below to install Heisenberg on your Note 3. Now you have to return to the main menu of your 5.7 inch Note 3 and choose You will have to wait until your 5.7 inch Note 3 restarts. If you are facing any difficulty while installing Heisenberg, then you can share your difficulty with me in the comment section below.
Flashing the e MMC and rootfs on your N900 will completely reset the device to factory settings, reverting everything to factory settings, including /home with all (app-)preferences, bookmarks, contacts, communications, but again, excluding the external memory on micro-SD card and the lockcode.
While talking about flashing, there are exactly two distinct processes and related files (also called images) frequently mentioned: Often people use the term "firmware" for either or both of those images. Flashing the rootfs on your N900 will reset the device's linux system back to factory settings, meaning all additional applications will vanish, and some configuration details (e.g.
LED patterns) are reset to the original configuration, with the exception of the lock code; if you have already set a custom lock code, it will remain intact, instead of reverting to the default "12345".
Upgrading wipes out your If does not work (for any reason including corrupted data and/or duplicate headers error message) use your search engine of choice, with the file names below; to find alternative download locations.
There are other, probably timing, reasons causing occasional "unable to enumerate USB".
Well, you must root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900 in order to install Heisenberg.