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Finally got round to rooting my Galaxy S....


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Thanks for the hard work on this. It'll help when the galaxy s is released in the us. I'm looking forward to getting it to supplement my n1

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Hey guys I am getting the phone tomorrow...can't wait... I need it rooted asap :lol:

Does the method here http://forum.samdroi...06-2010-a-1355/ use the latest kernal/firmware?

Will my device require a firmware update when I first turn it on? It is a sim free UK spec phone... thanks guys


I have a sim free UK spec i9000 and I used the top method (adb) in the link - worked flawlessly and I now have root.

I have XXJF3 baseband (this was on the phone when I bought it and the top adb method does not affect it).

I'll probably wait for some custom ROMs to come out before playing with updating that.

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hi
Followed the update from the link and now I have kernal wxjfb? Not xx?
when first booted it was in Russian and then sorted out when I put my sim in.
But some paid apps are missing from the store?
Have I somehow got the wrong firmware?
The rar file was xx?

When I do #*1234# I see.

Pda: xwjfb
Phone: xxjf5
Csc: serjf3

Thanks

Russ

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works.

Edited by jUsT2eXy, 30 June 2010 - 05:51 PM.

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nice.. cant wait for you to discover the cause of the 'stall' issue. and fix it of course!!

thanks!!



Soooooooooo, I went to Samsung today :lol: They seemed pretty confident a firmware upgrade would fix everything. They even showed me an upcoming firmware that seemed indeed a bit faster. Since you already got your Galaxy S to run with the speed of light it seems possible, no?

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