The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (N7100) originally ran on Android 4.1.1 when it was launched last year. It later received an Android 4.1.2 update and an Android 4.3 update is on the cards. However, with the launch of Android 4.4 now, its users would like to install the latest OS on their device. We have already seen how to do this by installing the Omni ROM on the phablet. Let us now see how you can install CM 11 ROM which also lets users run Android 4.4 on the Galaxy Note 2. The ROM is an unofficial CM 11 developed by XDA Senior Member ThdDude. The ROM does contain some bugs which are listed in the end. But the combination of CyanogenMod and Android 4.4 may be too hard to resist for users. So go ahead, follow the below steps and try it out on your Galaxy Note 2.