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Android 2.2 LEAK!!!!!!


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Again no kudos for me but for the leaker!!!

URL http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread...063#post7894063

DOWNLOAD : http://www.multiupload.com/H1ZIEIERGA

The release version is Chinese

Languages are Chinese, Korean, English

From what i have quickly read on XDA is that it's a JP2 release.

A few people benchmarked it with quadrant getting a 965 without the lagfix.

With lagfix it's about a 1800/1900

Looks somewhat more stable also better GPS etc.

Installing now...

Way too excited to go to the bathroom right now!!! :huh:

Will this be the one? Will it be stable? aaarrggghhhh gonna try it right now

Also in the download there is a new Odin and pitfile and also the option to update bootloader and clear efs (Extended file system clearing but doesn't work ).

I will post results ASAP

UPDATES :

Bootloader Update brings just 1 extra line in recovery menu wich says use volume up and down to select item and use home button to accept

Startup logo from samsung shows at the end that S wich glows looks like the also added from grey color to blue/purple or i never noticed that it displayed grey also

1st Boot is slow

GUI is WOW!!!!! when it's scanning for media it gives % of howfar it is with scanning.

Drop down menu now also has the option to enable/disable auto rotation

ROOT ACCESS :

Download root files from here: http://www.multiupload.com/4ERNP4FIN8

2. Extract and copy update.zip to /sd of phone

3. Run Odin with Auto Reboot UN-checked, loading the i9000_Kernel.tar as PDA

4. Put the phone into download mode and flash the i9000 Kernel.

5. Pull the battery. reboot into recovery mode and flash the update.zip you put in the root folder of your sdcard.

5. Pull the battery again, reboot into download mode again.

6. Run Odin with Auto Reboot checked, loading the ZSJP2_ZIMAGE.tar as PDA

7. reboot.

FINAL THOUGHT :

I like it a lot but if i get the question off will i use it these days it will be NO

Simply because i'm dutch and the phone is in english and the GUI shows some chinese characters when rooting etc.

Also menu is pretty snappy but freezes also for a second when wiping fron left to right etc.

Samsung is doing a great job with 2.2 compared to the JP3 leak. But still i pass this one over and gonna stick with JM6

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Again no kudos for me but for the leaker!!!

URL http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread...063#post7894063

DOWNLOAD : http://www.multiupload.com/H1ZIEIERGA

The release version is Chinese

Languages are Chinese, Korean, English

From what i have quickly read on XDA is that it's a JP2 release.

A few people benchmarked it with quadrant getting a 965 without the lagfix.

With lagfix it's about a 1800/1900

Looks somewhat more stable also.

Downloading now...

It will take +/- 2 hours to download + install

I will post results ASAP

Awaiting your results, but I think I'm going to pass for the time being. Sounds a bit buggy still, but exciting that as September approaches we have improvement leaking out.

By the way, XFJM6 appears to be both lag-free and gps-working on my phone after 20 hours of use, for those who don't

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So wait. Even after official Froyo for Galaxy S comes out, we still need to apply a lagfix? What gives! Also, Quadrant scores are unnecessary to be mentioned. By normal use you can tell if a phone is laggy or not. Like if the screen goes black for extended periods of time which no other 1GHz Android phone does, then that means the lag is still there. If launching an app takes slightly longer then thats not lag; that's just expected of any smartphone.

You don't need no benchmark telling you how the phone is running. I hope people stop posting Quadrant scores and remark on how the phone feels rather that what a score says. Cyanogen already showed that Quadrant results are easily fooled.

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So wait. Even after official Froyo for Galaxy S comes out, we still need to apply a lagfix? What gives!

I don't think this is the official release, but rather another beta / testing ROM.

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So wait. Even after official Froyo for Galaxy S comes out, we still need to apply a lagfix? What gives! Also, Quadrant scores are unnecessary to be mentioned. By normal use you can tell if a phone is laggy or not. Like if the screen goes black for extended periods of time which no other 1GHz Android phone does, then that means the lag is still there. If launching an app takes slightly longer then thats not lag; that's just expected of any smartphone.

You don't need no benchmark telling you how the phone is running. I hope people stop posting Quadrant scores and remark on how the phone feels rather that what a score says. Cyanogen already showed that Quadrant results are easily fooled.

This isn't an official release. Another leaked "beta" or "internal" ROM. You cannot pass judgment on anything until Samsung posts it as official someplace (Kies..?).

I agree about Quadrant for the most part. I've always said that it's the "feel" of the phone, how "snappy" it behaves that matters in the real world. However, there's no doubt in my mind that most of the lag fixes out there improve the "snappiness" of the phone by making apps open faster, however, none of them completely get rid of lag. Go figure.

See my new topict about XFJM6. Well worth a try if you're up to a re-flash. Suggests to me that Samsung is on the right track.

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Yeap. Thank you Distorted Loop. Can you tell me when installing apps, does the whole system completely freeze on JM6? I'm on JG5 with the playlogo lagfix and whenever an app is installing, the whole system becomes completely and I mean completely unusable. Never saw that with Desire or even HTC Dream.

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Yeap. Thank you Distorted Loop. Can you tell me when installing apps, does the whole system completely freeze on JM6? I'm on JG5 with the playlogo lagfix and whenever an app is installing, the whole system becomes completely and I mean completely unusable. Never saw that with Desire or even HTC Dream.

With XFJM6, no, that didn't happen, I was downloading/installing numerous apps at the same time via appbrain, you know how it does them all as a batch...the system got sluggish a few times, but there were no total freezes like you describe. This is with zero lag fix, zero memory managers. I'm trying the Hong Kong one now.

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