Free 1on1 chating dirty no bs - Froyo 2 2 i9000xwjpb worth updating

(HTC Desire for example) just spoke to samsung and Mr Mark Raby is being sued by them as it is all fake... got it on my holidays touring Australia by car and needed to use the phone as a modem for the laptop, the old phone just was not cutting it.

sorry guys but now they are saying the update wont be out till the end of the year... I think SGS was one of the first phones to allow wifi tethering.

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I assume that I will have to undo these mods otherwise there might be troubles! On my old HTC Magic I used to use Amon_Ra recovery 1.7.0 for Cyanogen Mod. You attempted Doc's rom without knowing how to flash a standard rom? Probably best ask this question in the Mods/Tips/Trick thread whrl.pl/Rcq REa But to answer your question quickly: 1. The news comes after Google and Samsung have continuously been dodgy about details regarding the update for Samsung's Android-powered smartphones.

Also has anyone got any hints on backing up the SGS prior to the froyo update. To date, the only handsets to receive the upgrade have been phones manufactured by other companies.

But the Galaxy S platform is one of the most technically adept on the market right now and is more than capable of running Froyo. Maybe Samsung's going to stick a generic firmware update download smack bang on their website, for anyone that wants to update NOW? Hey, sorry if I'm asking something that's been posted already, but there's just so much stuff on here and I don't know if the search would pick it up...

Exactly what has been causing the hold-up is anyone's guess, but it's been a real problem for Samsung as it tries to market the devices. Anyway, so I bought the Galaxy S outright, I guess from an Optus dealer since it has Optus bloatware, but I'm using a Vodafone SIM on it. I have backed up all my Apps using Root Explorer, by going to /Data/Apps Saved them to my sdcard, beats having to install again from market, and or even beats using Titanium. The one thing I would like, is to know where desktop settings are, so I didn't have to put all my shortcuts and widgets back Haha, good point, but I kind of trust the Cyanogen Mod developers more than Samsung and Optus at this point.

(you can get JG4 from Samfirmwares)- factory reset, cache wipe- restore efs directory if it has been changed. I don't think I have missed anything but if anyone else can think of anything, feel free to add/correct my post.

Does anyone know if I will have to undo OCLF (One Click Lag Fix including undo root SU) on my SGS before I upgrade to the official froyo via kies – thats when and if its ever finally released!?

After thoroughly reading the doc thread, I decided to go with Speedmod only on top of my bog standard JPO install. Was just an odin kernel flash and then change what you want in Clockwork Recovery.

Is there a link in mods/tips/tricks where i can flash stock again?

Its not that i dislike the doc rom i just want to go back and flash it again from scrath and include extra packages n swype of course lol.

I realize i could do this now without reflashing but still would like to do it from scratch I'm not 100% on this but I think your method should be - remove any lag fixes- Restore 2e recovery (assuming you have clockwork)- Flash JG4 using repartition and 502 pit.

i dont have 3br mode working so am a little worries about flashing..

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