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New official firmware from samsung: I8000NXJJ1

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New firmware I8000NXJJ1 released at samfirmware.com ;)

Screenshots of the contents:

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NEW PHONE PART :P

Rapidshare mirrors:

Password = samfirmware.com

EBOOT:

Eboot_I8000NXXJJ1

CSC:

I8000PROJJ1

MST:

PDA_I8000NXXJJ1

PHONE:

Phone_I8000XXJJ1

Screenshots:

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i installed Enable windwos setting, to get better memory screenshots.

Don't you have a dump, pls? :P

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ROM_DUMP in the first post ;)

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Ok I flashed JJ1 eboot and phone to my i8000L. Previously I was using JI1 eboot and IJ1 phone. I also have CSC I8000LBMCIJ6, and PDA I8000NXXJI1.

Here is my speed test when I am tethered to my PC:

Before:

Download: 4.49 megabits/second

Upload: 2.70 mebabits/second

Ping: 80ms

After:

Download: 5.05 megabits/second

Upload: 1.40 mebabits/second

Ping: 111ms

I tested a few more times, and i find that download fluctuates between 2-4mb, upload 1-2.5mb, and ping from 80-110.

I should have done more testing before, only tested once.

Also wanted to add, my GPS lock times are still very good, 15-30 seconds indoors.

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Is there anyway to switch between the UI without having to flash again?

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Ok I flashed JJ1 eboot and phone to my i8000L. Previously I was using JI1 eboot and IJ1 phone. I also have CSC I8000LBMCIJ6, and PDA I8000NXXJI1.

Here is my speed test when I am tethered to my PC:

Before:

Download: 4.49 megabits/second

Upload: 2.70 mebabits/second

Ping: 80ms

After:

Download: 5.05 megabits/second

Upload: 1.40 mebabits/second

Ping: 111ms

I tested a few more times, and i find that download fluctuates between 2-4mb, upload 1-2.5mb, and ping from 80-110.

I should have done more testing before, only tested once.

Also wanted to add, my GPS lock times are still very good, 15-30 seconds indoors.

So Internet speed(down) is a little bit faster. Upload much slower? Ping also slower? So only GPS is improoved?

Or does it feel faster?

Regards

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So Internet speed(down) is a little bit faster. Upload much slower? Ping also slower? So only GPS is improoved?

Or does it feel faster?

Regards

I believe that the differences can be do to chance. I don't think it is noticeably faster or slower than before. GPS is about the same too.

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Ok I flashed JJ1 eboot and phone to my i8000L. Previously I was using JI1 eboot and IJ1 phone. I also have CSC I8000LBMCIJ6, and PDA I8000NXXJI1.

Just to make miself sure... Did you flashed the phone part in a i8000L? it's safe? Just checking. The last time I been here the phone part was a forbiden place to i8000L.

Where are you from?

Regards,

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Just to make miself sure... Did you flashed the phone part in a i8000L? it's safe? Just checking. The last time I been here the phone part was a forbiden place to i8000L.

Where are you from?

Regards,

I have a Bell (canada) i8000L and I flashed the newest 8000 phone. I am having some trouble with WIFI right now, but I'm not sure if it is due to my ROM or the phone flash. Going to flash back to an L phone to see if it resolves.

I went back to an L version and also did a hard reset. my wifi problems are gone, but I don't know if it was the L verison or the hard reset.

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thanks speed....

can someone create other mirror? having problem always with rapidshare.....

thanks

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Phone part is new (JJ1) - have you noticed any difference regarding to JF1?

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Phone part is new (JJ1) - have you noticed any difference regarding to JF1?

+1 ?

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PHONE JJ1 is at least, in my opinion, as good as the JF1 is.

Maybe ,just an idea, better, but nothing more.

I think it's worth the change !

I tried it with Gps , because the vodaphone signal , where i live is strong enough and i always have full bar signal

and the satellite's time to lock is almost the same (maybe a very little faster ) .

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It works good, like it

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My phone is I8000L, i'm using this JJ1Phone, so far it's working fine! Any change i'll update this post.

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and the password?

Pass = samfirmware.com

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My phone is I8000L, i'm using this JJ1Phone, so far it's working fine! Any change i'll update this post.

I'm also an 8000L users and went back to an L phone. I was having some odd things happen with my Wifi connection and also, my HSPA connection kept dropping to 3g.

Sticking with L phone for now.

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Which L phone version are you using now that is stable for you?

I'm also an 8000L users and went back to an L phone. I was having some odd things happen with my Wifi connection and also, my HSPA connection kept dropping to 3g.

Sticking with L phone for now.

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Which L phone version are you using now that is stable for you?

Ik1 although I would probably just leave the default one from Bell if I had a chance to go back. I don't notice any differences.

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The Rom for me a little faster. (compare to JF5)

Phone part (JJ1)- noticed better reception and better talk sound quality. (compare to JF1) GPS fix the same.

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