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Change directory too where you put all the adb-files.

Then if you are on Windows, use adb-windows command

For example, getting into recovery adb-windows reboot recovery


thank you so much, i was typing the wrong script...

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I'm completely new to using custom ROM's. Is there some kind of ROM 101 somewhere?

I have two big questions:
- Will this wipe my device?
- Does this ROM include the touchwiz style e-mail and messaging client?

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after flashing to the update.. all went well... but when i try and open Superuser Permissions nothing appears below it.. its just all black..

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after flashing to the update.. all went well... but when i try and open Superuser Permissions nothing appears below it.. its just all black..

Try to launch a app that needs SU and you will notice that it will pop up.

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Try to launch a app that needs SU and you will notice that it will pop up.


can you give me an example (application)
also now that ive flashed what is this busybox?
speed seems the same as stock havent really noticed anything different, is this how it is?

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can you give me an example (application)
also now that ive flashed what is this busybox?
speed seems the same as stock havent really noticed anything different, is this how it is?

Download Better Terminal Emulator from Market. Open it up and Write su.
You will be prompted if you want to allow it to use SU or not.

If you choose yes, it will jump down one line and enter a #

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Paul quick question.

When updating firmware to JFB, did you update PDA, PHONE and CSC or just PDA and PHONE? I mean in Odin.

Thanks!

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Damn. I'm having some basic problems. I've already flashed to JFB yesterday and such. This is my first Android phone, so I'm a bit lost with the basics. I've baked my custom ROM, downloaded and placed it to the SD named update.zip. I've downloaded the adb-tool for windows.

Now the problem is, what do I actually have to do now? How do I boot my phone to the needed mode. I know it prolly shouldn't work after plugging the phone in and just doing the "adb reboot recovery" on cmd by having the phone itself turned on, right? This is the only thing I've tried so far, and the adb doesn't find the phone.

Could someone please help a bit, or point me to the right direction, say flashing ABC :D

Oh, and I don't have root now, I'm not sure if I'm supposed to have it before shipping a custom ROM to my phone, or do I get the root AFTER I've custom ROM'd my phone :lol:

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Paul quick question.

When updating firmware to JFB, did you update PDA, PHONE and CSC or just PDA and PHONE? I mean in Odin.

Thanks!


Batter to include all. Keep the sim inside while flashing after flash process finish language will be back to English from Russian.

Once flash process finish phone will reboot itself to normal mode. :lol:

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Paul quick question.

When updating firmware to JFB, did you update PDA, PHONE and CSC or just PDA and PHONE? I mean in Odin.

Thanks!



Hi

Strange me I have:

code
modem
csc

which file goes where in odin.

thks for help

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Damn. I'm having some basic problems. I've already flashed to JFB yesterday and such. This is my first Android phone, so I'm a bit lost with the basics. I've baked my custom ROM, downloaded and placed it to the SD named update.zip. I've downloaded the adb-tool for windows.

Now the problem is, what do I actually have to do now? How do I boot my phone to the needed mode. I know it prolly shouldn't work after plugging the phone in and just doing the "adb reboot recovery" on cmd by having the phone itself turned on, right? This is the only thing I've tried so far, and the adb doesn't find the phone.

Could someone please help a bit, or point me to the right direction, say flashing ABC :D

Oh, and I don't have root now, I'm not sure if I'm supposed to have it before shipping a custom ROM to my phone, or do I get the root AFTER I've custom ROM'd my phone :lol:

Launch cmd
Change directory too where you put all the adb-files.

Then if you are on Windows, use "adb-windows command"

For example, getting into recovery "adb-windows reboot recovery"

That's all you need to do when having your phone plugged in.

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I followed all the steps but when i choose applysdcard:update.zip i get an error saying E:Cant open /sdcard/update.zip and it aborts

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Launch cmd
Change directory too where you put all the adb-files.

Then if you are on Windows, use "adb-windows command"

For example, getting into recovery "adb-windows reboot recovery"

That's all you need to do when having your phone plugged in.


I've done that.. all I get is "error: device not found".

Should my phone be shut down? should I use mass storage option or should it really just work w/ plugging the USB in and doing the command prompt thing?

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Good work Paul! :lol:

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I've done that.. all I get is "error: device not found".

Should my phone be shut down? should I use mass storage option or should it really just work w/ plugging the USB in and doing the command prompt thing?


Remember to set USB Debugging under: Settings -> Applications -> Development.

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I followed all the steps but when i choose applysdcard:update.zip i get an error saying E:Cant open /sdcard/update.zip and it aborts



Exacly the same!

Also new user but when in recovery mode, i guess al previous steps are performed right? Somewhere we must be doing it wrong.

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Remember to set USB Debugging under: Settings -> Applications -> Development.


Just found this out after a little googling. Now the problem is, my windows (7 x64) can't find the proper drivers nor did i find one with googling..

just says SAMSUNG_Android No driver found... damn.

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Just found this out after a little googling. Now the problem is, my windows (7 x64) can't find the proper drivers nor did i find one with googling..

just says SAMSUNG_Android No driver found... damn.


Taken from XDA: http://db.tt/ErGVyE (Short link to Dropbox)

Should be usb drivers for x64 bit windows that works, though can't comment on it since i'm using linux myself.

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Exacly the same!

Also new user but when in recovery mode, i guess al previous steps are performed right? Somewhere we must be doing it wrong.


Put the update.zip on the internal SD not the external.

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Put the update.zip on the internal SD not the external.


Don't even have my external card in, so yes it is on my internal.
But thanks for the suggestion :lol:


I just need to rename the download from the site, right? Not first unzipping and then renaming?

Edited by Rickstur, 30 June 2010 - 10:04 PM.

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