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Guest leap_ahead
DXIF1

Best phone.bin

battery drain in 4 days, perfect call signal and fixed gps

You must test it.

keep in touch.

Bye

good news !! :)

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Guest kumachaser

Maczen's Rom Thread 23569

just perfect

wifi,smooth,stable,...every thing no problem!

Try another again and again,then come back Maczen's Rom Thread

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Guest Rauliki

I tried DXIF1 and it's working with some problems , especially calls (low signal level) and internet 3g connection (stop loading pages, I must refresh). Battery is better.

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Guest leroyjacobs
I tried DXIF1 and it's working with some problems , especially calls (low signal level) and internet 3g connection (stop loading pages, I must refresh). Battery is better.

Been using DXIF1 for about a week now and although I have no low signal level, signal seems good and fast GPS lock, I do have to refresh pages with 3G connection as the page does stop loading from time to time, overall reasonably happy with this radio, thanks for the heads up guys. :)

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Guest Mitry

Hello All,

I have problems with phone part flashing. I try to use UDSL GranPrix 1.64. When I switch my phone on GranPrix find it and switch to phone mode. But Windows XP or Windows 7 can't recognize device. Usually I have "Unknown USB device". But I flashed my phone using i900JIIA1 exe ROM.

But when I try to flash DXIF1 with DXIF1_EXE (BTK) I had the same problems. Corresponding drivers are installed.

Can anybody help me to resolve that situation?

Thank you!

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Guest andrew.mazlim
Been using DXIF1 for about a week now and although I have no low signal level, signal seems good and fast GPS lock, I do have to refresh pages with 3G connection as the page does stop loading from time to time, overall reasonably happy with this radio, thanks for the heads up guys. :rolleyes:

Τotaly agree, mate! Best radio around, now.

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Guest Jumba
Τotaly agree, mate! Best radio around, now.

Question: Is this a new phone bin? A quick google search shows it was released in 2009. Or am I mistaken?

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Guest andrew.mazlim
Question: Is this a new phone bin? A quick google search shows it was released in 2009. Or am I mistaken?

Don't really know, never care if a phone is new or not; only if is doing the job well! And this one, from all I tested, is the best for me.

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Guest lagoskon

Samsung onomatology .

PUJA1 means

PU (Russia) J (2010) A (January) 1 (first release)

Copied from Sticky thread below:

The firmware code is split into individual sections:

i900 - > model designation (SGH-i900).

XX - > region / network carrier designation (XX = Spain - open Market).

G - > release year (E = 2007).

K - > release month (K = November).

1 - > version number.

BD Cyprus, Greece

CP Finland

DB Vietnam

DC Thailand

DD India

DT Australia

DX Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam

DZ Malaysia, Singapore

JA South Africa

JC Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia

JP Arabic

JR Arabic

JV Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan,

Saudi Arabia,South Africa, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey

MT Switzerland

XA Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom

XB Denmark, Norway, Sweden

XC Portugal, Spain

XD Croatia, Czech, Hungary, Slovakia

XE Bulgaria, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine

XF Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania

XX Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom

ZC China, Hong Kong

ZH Hong Kong

ZT Taiwan

- Network carrier codes:

AE SFR, France

AI Tim, Italy

AM Vodafone

AN E-Plus, Germany

AO O2

AS KPN, Netherland

AU Mobilkom, Austria

BB Tmn, Portugal

BF Optimus, Portugal

BG Telefonica, Spain

BM Swisscom, Switzerland

BN Amena, Spain

BO T-Mobile, Germany

BU Vodafone

BV Orange, Switzerland

BW O2, United Kingdom

CD Proximus, Belgium

CG Telia Mobitel, Sweden

CH SingTel, Singapore

CK Tele2 Comviq, Sweden

CT Tdc, Denmark

CU One, Austria

CV Telenor, Norway

DT Optus, Australia

DV Telstra, Australia

EF Celcom, Malaysia

JB Vodacom, South Africa

MD Telia Sonera, Finland

MJ Vodafone, Italy

MM Tele Ring, Austria

MV NetCom, Norway

NA Nrj, France

NB Tele2 Norway, Norway

NE H3g Nordic, Sweden

NP H3g, Italy

SS Vodafone, Japan

Release years:

D = 2004

E = 2005

F = 2006

G = 2007

H = 2008

Release months:

A = January

B = February

C = March

D = April

E = May

F = June

G = July

H = August

I = September

J = October

K = November

L = December

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Guest corpisa
So, tell us what's the DXIF1...

jaja.. I was waiting for that answer too !!

well what about us poor i900L users? does anyone knows if DXIF1 has a cousin or something I can use? I love to see those 3G improvements you guys are talking about... :rolleyes:

slds,

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Guest andrew.mazlim
jaja.. I was waiting for that answer too !!

well what about us poor i900L users? does anyone knows if DXIF1 has a cousin or something I can use? I love to see those 3G improvements you guys are talking about... :rolleyes:

slds,

Exactly.

It's fine all this marvelous detailed analysis, but... what the heck is this DXIF1? A russian phone, a nigerian or made in... okinawa?! Lol!

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Guest lagoskon
DXIF1 is Singapore same as DXIA5, it's only made in june 2009 (you can conclude by codes up)

That's what I thought...to be easy to understand....

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Guest andrew.mazlim
DXIF1 is Singapore same as DXIA5, it's only made in june 2009 (you can conclude by codes up)

Thxs. Well, seams to me, Singapore's phone made for me. After so many new ones, that 2009 phone is the best to me.

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Guest hojnikb

Im kinda new to this so im wondering if flashing phone.bin delets all the data off the phone ? (settings,contatcs etc) ?

Becouse i corrently have dxhl3 and ock premium rom and i want to update to that phone part which seems to be really good.

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Guest kab89
Im kinda new to this so im wondering if flashing phone.bin delets all the data off the phone ? (settings,contatcs etc) ?

Becouse i corrently have dxhl3 and ock premium rom and i want to update to that phone part which seems to be really good.

phone.bin dosn't touch any of your pda, where all your info is stored. You will lose nothing

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Im kinda new to this so im wondering if flashing phone.bin delets all the data off the phone ? (settings,contatcs etc) ?

Becouse i corrently have dxhl3 and ock premium rom and i want to update to that phone part which seems to be really good.

A rom is combination of pda (OS software) and phone (signal software). There are roms with BOTH of them and roms without the phone part; you can change whatever phone you like, as much as you're doing it with roms. As the bro above said, you don't "touching" anything from your Windows, if you flash another phone over and over again.

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Guest muhd

Hello everyone

new here..i have a question,forgive me if it is a silly question, but i am really new in this...

few days before, i had download two files to upgrade my firmware to DXIF1...

one is *****.exe , and another one is ******.bin..

i had moved to DXIF1 by flashing it with the .exe file, but what do i have to do with the .bin file..?how to use it??

and, i was using the JN's rom, and firmware of DXIF1,

the battery drain damnly fast...i charge to 100% at 7am, and at 3pm,my battery is at 30%...

the signal is soo low,i just received two bars of signal, before i was using DXIA2 and DXIA5, the signal was far better,i received full bar almost anywhere, and my battery will last for two days...

while for call, DXIF1 call is so poor in quality, i can hardly hear a thing, it is better in DXIA2 and DXIA5,just for DXIA2,it have a noisy background...

for me,i had use DXIA2,DXIA5,DXIF1..i would refer DXIA5...because, i just dont get anything that youguys are talking about DXIF1...

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Guest kennethchia

u can use grandprix 1.6.4 flash phone.bin

if u dont like DXIF1 u can try JIIA1

i using ock 23118 M2Dv2 premium rom

phone DXIF1 = singal stable,battery better,gps fast.

before i using samsung official 6.1 DXIA5/DZIA5 rom and phone DXIA2

sorry for my bad english

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Guest Maliasbaggio

Hello everybody,

I am currently using the DXIF1 for almost a week before i had DXID1, XBIC1, PUJA1

I did not experienced any major issues with Wifi, GPS or Phone calls generally speaking.

Battery was my main issue which in DXID1 lasted almost two days, XBIC almost one day and a half, PUJA1 one day and something (less than XBIC) and now DXIF1 which lasts almost THREE days!!

Of course if i use my Igo the battery drains instantly.. but for the rest like sms, photos, music, phone calls WiFi etc..its on my daily usage.

I am using OCK's win6.5 rom,

DXID1

GPS ok.

Call quality ok ( a bit less than in XBIC)

Wifi ok

3G ok.

Battery drains in aprox. 50 hours

XBIC1

GPS ok.

Call quality ok ( a bit less than in PUJA1)

Wifi ok

3G ok.

Battery drains in aprox. 35 hours

PUJA1

True that GPS connect's abit faster.

Call quality ok (i could even answer my phone in the elevator which with others i had no signal)

Wifi a bit faster

3G ok.

Battery drains in aprox. 30 hours

DXIF1

GPS ok.

Call quality ok ( a bit worse than in XBIC1)

Wifi ok

3G ok.

Battery drains in aprox. 69 hours

So i will stick to DXIF1.

Anyway, just personal experience.

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