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  1. think ock would have a preety hard time judging what is best for your phone. Not all i900 are a 100 % alike so what runs well on ock's might not run as well on yours. How ever 23118 was faster than 25018 on my phone. Hope you can use a little of this until ock answers :)
  2. flashed with 512 pit and repartition New samsung navigator but only with russian maps and 30 day licence. A russian app I can't id but think it's some kind of market Seems more responsive than jm2. Languages all there. "those which normally are included" Thanks for the tip BomG
  3. 1 ) It's not quite so. Remember, this is leaked builds and they are meant for testing. A 23118 can be better than a 23128 but it can also be the other way around :) Ex they finished 23118 and they think it uses to much power, then they start to optimize but that can affect other things. Finally they get there but which build is it, the 23121 or 23126 an so on. 2) you can try any i900/908 rom you like with a few exceptions, just ask in the thread if you are uncertain. Ex yonn has just made a 23128 and you can use that to http://www.modaco.com/content/i900-general...ense-gtx-style/ Remember always read a much as you can about the rom before flashing, saves you a great deal of annoyances.
  4. 216.. series and 231.. series are made by htc and seems to be better for i900 other series are from ex lg. All i900 are not alike so there fore you can have other series that work better with your phone. Only way to find out is by testing :) http://www.modaco.com/content/i9x0-omnia-h...ches-explained/
  5. Besides little tweaks for gps and speaker button, install of touchback and original samsung keyboard with xt9, the gtx was nearly perfect. Youtube playback could be integrated with streaming player instead of wm player. Touchback because the haptic feedback is better. Samsung keyboard because it comes with xt9 and phonepad. The new build is also great but 231.. series is simply better for my phone. So if you want to build a new gtx version maybe a 231.. series would be quite nice to build it on, especially if you could get action screen tab and calendar tab to run at the same time :D Thanks once again for all your great work :D
  6. Your pda is the rom that ock builds and he is releasing shortly. If you don't have any problems with your phonepart, don't upgrade. There's always a risk that something could go wrong when flashing. In very short terms PDA is what you see on your phone Phonepart is what controls the hardware in the phone
  7. You should have a look on this program to save power http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=478519
  8. The difference is how it handles the signal. Ex puja is a russian phonepart and the signal is in many places weak there so the phonepart uses more power to boost the signal = less battery time. So if your signal is good there will be no need for that phonepart. Dxif/puja=high signal boost, xbic= medium signal boost. So to answer your Q. Yes it would be fine in Australia Other differences that would require other phoneparts: If you have many sms you like to have stored ( 200 +) Phoneparts that work better with M2d v2 But let's look on that if you have problems with the above :( Ps Just to make sure. A phonepart is not the same as a rom build Xbic http://www.zshare.net/download/672807187a412899/
  9. Yes to dxif or xbic. Find dxid so you can go back if you don't like it http://www.modaco.com/content/i900-general...-at-the-moment/
  10. There are 2 versions I think you should try, xbic1 and dxif. Reason why I don't use dxif is that my phone started to sound terrible when in call. Wifi and gps seems a little faster with dxif. Might be different with you phone as not all i900 are exactly a like.
  11. might be phonepart related. If you live where reception is good then try xbic1. http://www.modaco.com/content/i900-general...-at-the-moment/
  12. Try this, make the changes and wait 1 minute, then POWER off instead of reset.
  13. 1) yes it could be related to the phonepart, flash back and see. In this thread you can search info http://www.modaco.com/content/i900-general...-at-the-moment/ 2) Simcard defect. 3) Problem with dialer in rom. Enable phoneskin with ACT 4) Problem with your provider, Brazil has been mentioned to have problems with a provider there. Advanced_Configuration_Tool_v3.3.cab
  14. if ock cooked it in, you can't uninstall it. You can probably remove the files with resco explorer if you want to save space.
  15. ey... was that what they meant :angry: Must have been a bit sleepy/careless not to notice that. Thanks for reply
  16. HKLM\System\State\Hardware\Headset from 1 to 0 Fix has some bluetooth issues but just change it back if you experience a problem with bluetooth headset
  17. you can try to install another dialer like OMNIA Lite Dialer PURE BLACK DUSK STYLE, note that is will use same amount of memory that the original samsung dialer does. The original dialer is probably deactivated on your phone so about 6-8 megs more than you have right now. Remember to back up if something goes wrong. Some other dialers on that page didn't fit probably on my screen http://www.modaco.com/content/i9x0-omnia-h...mp-player-more/
  18. Thanks ock and I still needed it ;) Will of course still look into this thread and try to help, no reason to start modding the i9000 right now as froyo will be releashed in september or so the rumors state :( So plenty of time to test your next rom :D
  19. I've tried the app minfreemanager you are talking about but it seems not to be able to change the values. Does my phone need to be rooted to use this app ??
  20. found this faq on xda and it's pretty good http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=723596
  21. hi corpisa and thanks for the links and yes it's just so BEEEP nice ;) The phone was luckily shipped with the 2.1 and I have heard something about later this year for froyo. See you on samdroid :D
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