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New Galaxy S II v2.3.4 Firmware on Samfirmware.com-I9100XXKG2

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Samfirmware has released a new firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S II - I9100XXKG2.

Samfirmware.com

There are 2 links - both look to be the same - not sure why.

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Samfirmware has released a new firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S II - I9100XXKG2.

Samfirmware.com

There are 2 links - both look to be the same - not sure why.

Have you tried this? I'm quite happy on a rooted stock KE7 ROM and don't intend to mess around with custom ROMs. However, I would consider a new kernel and the upgrade to 2.3.4.

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Have you tried this? I'm quite happy on a rooted stock KE7 ROM and don't intend to mess around with custom ROMs. However, I would consider a new kernel and the upgrade to 2.3.4.

Yes. I have a deodexed version installed with my custom power menu.

Works great!

Will be posting the stock deodexed version with power menu later this week.

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Hi, is this a wipe or no-wipe ROM ?

Or better, is there any way to know it directly from rom content or from samfirmware ?

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Hi, is this a wipe or no-wipe ROM ?

Or better, is there any way to know it directly from rom content or from samfirmware ?

When I installed it, I noticed it formatted a lot of partitions including /data.

It did not matter to me since I had already done a factory reset, wiped the cache and dalvik-cache after doing a complete backup with Titanium backup and Sprite backup.

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I updated mine with XDA's stock KG2 with 2.3.4 and it was a no-wipe install.

Still testing it :)

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I updated mine with XDA's stock KG2 with 2.3.4 and it was a no-wipe install.

Still testing it :)

That's good news. Like I said - I backed up everything, did a wipe, then installed KG2.

I prefer doing this to ensure things works ok. Restoration of apps is easy when using

Titanium Backup - takes less than 5 mins to restore.

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