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DXHI3 is the latest and it is official though not officially released by Samsung. It is English ROM minus Chinese input. Oh..and you don't have to SHOUT.

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Hi guys ;)

i received the incorrect version thing... and i have a question... do i have to perform this fix while the telepohone is connected to the PC or it doesn`t matter?

thank you

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Here's a repository for ROM download links... USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!

AKHH5: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?sro92ep8gvx

ATHH5: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?zqlkwvuzqyi

BKHH6: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1inot2m2jyz

BOHH5 (OFFICIAL T-MOBILE UK SHIPPING ROM, tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?e5anzsexa8m

DXHG4 (full update, tested OK): http://www.samsungmobile.com/promotion/omnia/index.jsp

DXHH1 (full update, tested OK): http://www.modaco.com/content/link/271999/details/

DXHH3 (full update, tested OK!): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?xocswrevoyj

DXHI1 (full update, tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?mtze1znuumn

DXHI2 (full update, tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?5zzyizijuyl[

DXHI3 (full update, tested OK, latest English ROM): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?uvzgnhtygmm

SAHH2 (full update, it's in POLISH, tested OK!): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?immelub5yez

XCHG5 (Portugese full ROM img for GrandPrix, tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?62iv6plvxhy

XGHI5 (German full ROM img for GrandPrix, untested): http://rapidshare.com/files/150948630/O_M_...0_X_G_H_I_5.rar

XXHH1 PDA (tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?icwabgoftw2

XXHH1 Radio (tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?q7vikkxlxnm

XXHH3 (radio only, tested OK(details!): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?3f7mpacufai

XXHI2 (radio only, tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?tu2gjx2jm31

ZHHH1 (full update, Hong Kong English, no predictive SIPs, Chinese input, tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/?oymyjxf1jpx

ZHHH2 (full update, Hong Kong English, tested OK): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?5ieo5vdmb7a

GrandPrix 1.5.2 XP: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?mzzjnjooyzh

If you get 'Incorrect Software Version' when trying to update, here's the fix! :wacko:

It worked for me at least ;)

Finally, Courtesy of member 'broughs'...

P

I tried updating my Vodafone branded Omnia to HH3 as I understand it can help with reception problems, currently the versions are:

PDA: i900XXHH1/ACHH1

PHONE: i900BUHG5

I got this message in Grand Prix after hitting the reset -

OnDeviceChange: DBT_DEVICEARRIVAL

PDA Device not found.

I'm using vista, could that be the issue?

I've had a look through the stickies, but I'm at a loss. Any ideas.

Cheers.

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Greetings,

Last week i've tried to upgrade my original FW from DXHG3 to DZHH3 using Samsung website updater. Only the PDA version was updated while the PHONE version remain the same, I don't know why..

This morning, try to upgrade to DXHI1, again, only the PDA version was updated. My PHONE version stay the same. There's an error message - Port Create Failed. What should I do now? Any1 can help this out? TQIA

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Hiya, I wonder if you can help? I recently took delivery of a Vodaphone branded Omnia. Really love the phone, but I'm having some reception problems at home. I Understand from reading around this site that updating to the XXHH3 rom can help this. I downloaded Grand Prix and the HH3.bin file and followed your instructions to update the PHONE only. But when I press the reset I get a message:

OnDeviceChange: DBT_DEVICEARRIVAL

PDA Device not found

Omnia details:

PDA: i900XXHH1/ACHH1

PHONE: i900BUHG5

My PC at home is running Vista and I have a feeling this may be the cause. Any Help/Advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers. ;)

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what is the difference between HI2 and HI3 anyone? so far HI2 is flawless and battery life is excellent as I really dont have to charge it for like a week with minimal use.

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Hi evrybody,

1) I would like to know how can I fugure out from (or for) which country is i900 meant (France, UK, Germany, Singapore, Philipine, Korea ...) without opening the box. I supppose that there is something indicated on the box itself, without opening it. Where can I find this information (near the code bar for example)? How will it look like?

2) If I understood well, we can upgrade any i900 rom version to any other i900 rom version?

3.1) Is DXHI3 is the best ROM to use to have an English ROM for Europe (I live in Switzerland)?

3.2) Is DXHI3 is a ful ROM or an update ROM, which requires a previous verison installed such DXHI+ or DXHI2?

I ask you to please answer my questions clearly.

Thanks in advance,

FB

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@Preceptor: I have checked my box and there isn't a way to check if it's for your country. You'll be able to check that when you look at your firmware. See the first post for firmware clarification.

I don't know about other answers because i haven't updated my phone yet. I don't have the guts to do it. ;)

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@Preceptor: I have checked my box and there isn't a way to check if it's for your country. You'll be able to check that when you look at your firmware. See the first post for firmware clarification.

I don't know about other answers because i haven't updated my phone yet. I don't have the guts to do it. ;)

thanks bpivk, is it possible for you to take some pick of your box, not of the cover, but of the special stickers added to it that contain the code bar. Just to check how it looks like. I am intending to buy it soon from a guy (face to face) and want to be sure.

Another thing, I heard (indirectly) that ther are also FAKE Samsung i900 on the market too. Do you guys heard anything like that?

I hope the others will be able to answer my other questions.

PS: if you want, I can give you my email address by pm.

Edited by Preceptor

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The Bar code or EAN code is country speciffic. Our code starts with 383 which is Slovenian code. The original box has a 880 code on it (GB i guess). I didn't hear of any fake Omnias but you can check the phone itself. Just open the box and check the label on the phone itself. It should be just under the battery or where the battery should be if it doesn't have one inserted. The label should be original (you know.. the silvery one) and IMEI that's on it has to be identical to the one in the warranty.

And don't worry. A lot of people buy phones that are available at lower prices if you have a subscription plan and then sell them at regular aor slihtly lower than regular prices. That's how i got my phone.

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The Bar code or EAN code is country speciffic. Our code starts with 383 which is Slovenian code. The original box has a 880 code on it (GB i guess). I didn't hear of any fake Omnias but you can check the phone itself. Just open the box and check the label on the phone itself. It should be just under the battery or where the battery should be if it doesn't have one inserted. The label should be original (you know.. the silvery one) and IMEI that's on it has to be identical to the one in the warranty.

And don't worry. A lot of people buy phones that are available at lower prices if you have a subscription plan and then sell them at regular aor slihtly lower than regular prices. That's how i got my phone.

That's good to know ... I wonder if we can get this list ...

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Source: http://www.adams1.com/pub/russadam/upccode.html#EAN13&8 (thanks to bpivk)

The Universal Product Code was the first bar code symbology widely adopted. Its birth is usually set at April 3, 1973, when the grocery industry formally established UPC as the standard bar code symbology for product marking. Foreign interest in UPC led to the adoption of the EAN code format, similar to UPC, in December 1976.

2005 Sunrise and the Global Trade Item Number initiatives from the UCC will begin on January 1, 2005. This is the "fourteen digit U.P.C." that everyone is talking about. There are quite a few misconceptions and considerable misinformation about the effect of this change. In a nutshell, if you are a manufacturer of a product that has an existing 8 or 12-digit UPC barcode, don't worry. You do not have to change anything. However, if you are a retailer or wholesaler with scanners, you potentially are affected. You will need to ensure that scanners are able to decode 8, 12, 13 and 14-digit barcodes (most scanners sold for the last 5 years can do this) and that database systems can handle the extra digits. Gregg London was kind enough to share an excellent white paper on the subject. Once January 1, 2005 comes, both EAN and UPC labels should scan properly worldwide.

There are now five versions of UPC and two versions of EAN. The Japanese Article Numbering (JAN) code has a single version identical to one of the EAN versions with the flag characters set to ``49''.

UPC and EAN symbols are fixed in length, can only encode numbers, and are continuous symbologies using four element widths.

upcpix.jpg

What are the country codes?

Lots of people have requested the codes. Here is a partial list. Remember, it indicates the country that issued the code, NOT THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OF THE PRODUCT. The authoritative list is here.

000 - 019 USA & Canada

020 - 029 reserved for local use (store/warehouse)

030 - 039 USA & Canada

040 - 049 reserved for local use (store/warehouse)

050 - 059 Coupons

060 - 139 USA & Canada

200 - 299 reserved for local use (store/warehouse)

300 - 379 France

380 Bulgaria

383 Slovenija

385 Croatia

387 BIH (Bosnia-Herzegovina)

400 - 440 Germany

450 - 459 Japan

460 - 469 Russian Federation

470 Kyrgyzstan

471 Taiwan

474 Estonia

475 Latvia

476 Azerbaijan

477 Lithuania

478 Uzbekistan

479 Sri Lanka

480 Philippines

481 Belarus

482 Ukraine

484 Moldova

485 Armenia

486 Georgia

487 Kazakhstan

489 Hong Kong

490 - 499 Japan

500 - 509 UK

520 Greece

528 Lebanon

529 Cyprus

531 Macedonia

535 Malta

539 Ireland

540 - 549 Belgium & Luxembourg

560 Portugal

569 Iceland

570 - 579 Denmark

590 Poland

594 Romania

599 Hungary

600-601 South Africa

608 Bahrain

609 Mauritius

611 Morocco

613 Algeria

619 Tunisia

621 Syria

622 Egypt

624 Libya

625 Jordan

626 Iran

627 Kuwait

628 Saudi Arabia

629 Emirates

640 - 649 Finland

690 - 695 China

700 - 709 Norway

729 Israel

730 - 739 Sweden

740 Guatemala

741 El Salvador

742 Honduras

Nicaragua

744 Costa Rica

745 Panama

746 Republica Dominicana

750 Mexico

754 - 755 Canada

759 Venezuela

760 - 769 Schweiz, Suisse, Svizzera

770 Colombia

773 Uruguay

775 Peru

777 Bolivia

779 Argentina

780 Chile

784 Paraguay

786 Ecuador

789 - 790 Brasil

800 - 839 Italy

840 - 849 Spain

850 Cuba

858 Slovakia

859 Czech

860 YU (Serbia & Montenegro)

865 Mongolia

867 North Korea

869 Turkey

870 - 879 Netherlands

880 South Korea

884 Cambodia

885 Thailand

888 Singapore

890 India

893 Vietnam

899 Indonesia

900 - 919 Austria

930 - 939 Australia

940 - 949 New Zealand

950 Head Office

955 Malaysia

958 Macau

977 Serial publications (ISSN)

978 - 979 Bookland (ISBN)

980 Refund receipts

981 - 982 Common Currency Coupons

990 - 999 Coupons

Another one: http://www.barcodeisland.com/ean13.phtml

ean13-1.gif

ean13upca.gif

Number System: The number system consists of two digits (sometimes three digits) which identify the country (or economic region) numbering authority which assigned the manufacturer code. Any number system which starts with the digit 0 is a UPC-A bar code. The valid number system codes are presented in the following table:

00-13: USA & Canada

20-29: In-Store Functions

30-37: France

40-44: Germany

45: Japan (also 49)

46: Russian Federation

471: Taiwan

474: Estonia

475: Latvia

477: Lithuania

479: Sri Lanka

480: Philippines

482: Ukraine

484: Moldova

485: Armenia

486: Georgia

487: Kazakhstan

489: Hong Kong

49: Japan (JAN-13)

50: United Kingdom

520: Greece

528: Lebanon

529: Cyprus

531: Macedonia

535: Malta

539: Ireland

54: Belgium & Luxembourg

560: Portugal

569: Iceland

57: Denmark

590: Poland

594: Romania

599: Hungary

600 & 601: South Africa

609: Mauritius

611: Morocco

613: Algeria

619: Tunisia

622: Egypt

625: Jordan

626: Iran

64: Finland

690-692: China

70: Norway

729: Israel

73: Sweden

740: Guatemala

741: El Salvador

742: Honduras

743: Nicaragua

744: Costa Rica

746: Dominican Republic

750: Mexico

759: Venezuela

76: Switzerland

770: Colombia

773: Uruguay

775: Peru

777: Bolivia

779: Argentina

780: Chile

784: Paraguay

785: Peru

786: Ecuador

789: Brazil

80 - 83: Italy

84: Spain

850: Cuba

858: Slovakia

859: Czech Republic

860: Yugloslavia

869: Turkey

87: Netherlands

880: South Korea

885: Thailand

888: Singapore

890: India

893: Vietnam

899: Indonesia

90 & 91: Austria

93: Australia

94: New Zealand

955: Malaysia

977: International Standard Serial Number for Periodicals (ISSN)

978: International Standard Book Numbering (ISBN)

979: International Standard Music Number (ISMN)

980: Refund receipts

981 & 982: Common Currency Coupons

99: Coupons

Edited by Preceptor

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Hi,

I have try to dump my rom and use it to flash some other phone.

to dump i have used itsutils command psdread -1 0 0x8133000 i900DXHI1.img

but when i try to use it with GrandPrix i have error:

Analyzing the Combined Image...

Error during opening image files!

-Platform not matched!

:The chosen platform and image do not match!

my rom is i900DXHI1. my omnia is from Poland. i have change it to singapure already.

I know that there is exec file which do the update even to newer version HI3, but this is not the point. i need to have mechanism to dump ROM and use it.

we have one service in warsaw which have fresh ROMs but they don't want to share it, so we want to dump it and share it with other people in poland.

PLS help.

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How to unlock my Samsung i900...

i900XXHG8/RNHG8

From Serbia, MT:S network

Applicable country : SERBIA(MSR)

S/W Version : J400PNHC1

Install new ROM or what?

Thanks to all... :lol:

Edited by TheRKON

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2 little questions.

what is: GrandPrix 1.5.2 XP???????

is it a firmware? and ifso,what can it do extra?

and i jsut found out samsung released firmware:XKHH1

with multiple languages and upgrade from the ROM

idk if you guys allready knew it

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2 little questions.

what is: GrandPrix 1.5.2 XP???????

is it a firmware? and ifso,what can it do extra?

and i jsut found out samsung released firmware:XKHH1

with multiple languages and upgrade from the ROM

idk if you guys allready knew it

it's soft to upload ROM image files into your phone, but do not use it if you don't have expiriance. better use one of the self instalators ROM files from first page. you can check also other topic about ROMs

http://www.modaco.com/content-page/272126/...read/page/1080/

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I tried updating my Vodafone branded Omnia to HH3 as I understand it can help with reception problems, currently the versions are:

PDA: i900XXHH1/ACHH1

PHONE: i900BUHG5

I got this message in Grand Prix after hitting the reset -

OnDeviceChange: DBT_DEVICEARRIVAL

PDA Device not found.

I'm using vista, could that be the issue?

I've had a look through the stickies, but I'm at a loss. Any ideas.

Cheers.

hi mae, the thing is don't use windowVISTA to update. if U don't, use VWworkstasion (seach on internet or pm for me to get the link)

i live in SWINDON, with any OMNIA any vision, just do HARDRESET to SINGAPORE and then DO full UPDATE (nomaly way) Lates is HI3

and then do HARDRESET agane to XX uk

take care !

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hi! everyone :D . who from any country , want to UPDATE ROM your OMNIA phone.( with any problem )

I show you how ! don't worry what version on your phone just change to SINGAPORE, VIETNAM..region

step1:

  • Press the 'dial' key to the left of the optical pad to bring up the dialer
  • With the onscreen keypad input *#1546792*#
  • Select 'Preconfiguration'
  • Enter code *#81230*# and select OK
  • Select 'Singapore', with the default Operator
  • Accept this, DEVICE WILL HARD RESet (thanks PAUL)


    use window XP to update : vista not recomment {if not use VWware workstation any install windowXP , (remember choose BRIDGE netwok) }
    INSTALL omnia drive for XP
    INSTALL ActiveSnyc 4.5
    check: make sure OMNIA conect to PC
    Press on POWER omnia >>>>OFF and reconect to PC
    Press on POWER omnia >>>>ON
    RUN UPDATE and press on SESET hole(neal power )>>>you OMNIA will reset and stop on OMNIA screen >> start bar(on pc) is on
    Press START

    woh ! just waiting is auto UPDATE (if stuck on 70% or...%)>> wait 30m (if nothing happen)>> restart PC, take off OMNIA batery.
    and start AGANE

    JOB DONE! woh !! :P i know smile on your face :D but not done yet!
    is auto reset 1 time(5m)>>>> reset2(2m) >>>reset3 OK (just TAP on Align Screen)
    STEP3:

    • Press the 'dial' key to the left of the optical pad to bring up the dialer
    • With the onscreen keypad input *#1546792*#
    • Select 'Preconfiguration'
    • Enter code *#81230*# and select OK
    • Select 'YOUR CONTRYS', with the default Operator(your network in your contrys)
    • Accept this, DEVICE WILL HARD RESet (thanks PAUL)

    DONE! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :D

    your luky day hhaah>>>> call for your girl>>>go out tonight (if no girl friend >>>>CALLgirl :P ) i'm jokeing

    OK enjone YOUR OMNIA

    OMNIA can beat IPHONE??? YESS >>>just dowload

    SPB shell

    http://www.spbsoftwarehouse.com/products/m...ownload.html?it

    and skin for SPB

    http://tinhte.com/forum/showthread.php?t=99461

    ;)

    ok see U ! every one ! HAVE 9 DAY :o :lol:

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