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Product Code: XEU

Modified: 10/12/21

PDA: I9000XXJPY

Phone: I9000XXJPY

CSC: I9000OXAJPY

Url: http://fus.samsungmobile.com/Phone_B...XX_XEU.zip.enc

Decrypt Code: 3134437

Anyone knows how can I decrypt the ROM? Thanks in advance

http://everyrandom.com/sgs/ check this site, below you will see some explanations how to decrypt this file :unsure:

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i just found this kies patch thingee on xda-devs

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=835628

i followed the steps and now my phone is running:

firmware version 2.2.1

baseband version 19000xxjpy

kernel version 2.6.32.9 [email protected] #1

build number froyo.xxjpy

from a previous vanilla 2.1

after kies does its check it finds the latest version, downloads it, and a funky - i can only describe it as 'android at work' sign pops up, then it reboots.. stays on the booting 'S' for what seems like hours then you get your nice new load screen..

i is a happy chap

:unsure:

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wow.. no posts in 3 days.. its almost as if no-one wants to update their phone!

its still running and running well.. quadrant score of 1113 with no lag fixes on.. neocore v 1.9.22 gets 55.4 fps

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i just found this kies patch thingee on xda-devs

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=835628

i followed the steps and now my phone is running:

firmware version 2.2.1

baseband version 19000xxjpy

kernel version 2.6.32.9 [email protected] #1

build number froyo.xxjpy

from a previous vanilla 2.1

What three letter country code did you use on the spoof software?

I am coming from an unlocked (mildly vodafone branded) I9000BUJP7/JP5 froyo rom, and have tried spoofing to XXX (which provided the software revision as I9000XXJE2/I9000OXAJE2/I9000XXJE2/I9000XXJE2 ) and also tried various other codes - Kies seems to pick up the spoofed values, but doesn't offer any updates for any country codes that I've tried.

Kies says "This device's version cannot be updated" with spoofed values, but without the spoof it says "The latest version is already installed on connected device"

EDIT: My bad - looking in the folder, it seems it needs some kind of appropriate file to spoof with, and selecting XEU (one of the files with the spoofer), it then offers me updates.

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What three letter country code did you use on the spoof software?

I am coming from an unlocked (mildly vodafone branded) I9000BUJP7/JP5 froyo rom, and have tried spoofing to XXX (which provided the software revision as I9000XXJE2/I9000OXAJE2/I9000XXJE2/I9000XXJE2 ) and also tried various other codes - Kies seems to pick up the spoofed values, but doesn't offer any updates for any country codes that I've tried.

Kies says "This device's version cannot be updated" with spoofed values, but without the spoof it says "The latest version is already installed on connected device"

EDIT: My bad - looking in the folder, it seems it needs some kind of appropriate file to spoof with, and selecting XEU (one of the files with the spoofer), it then offers me updates.

Thats the badger - XEU

i assume it worked then?

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Thats the badger - XEU

i assume it worked then?

It looked like it was going to, but I was on a tethered internet connection and Kies doesn't handle unreliable connections well.

In the end my patience ran out and I ended up using a download manager to get a custom ROM from from XDA based on the same firmware (Darkyy 8.0) and flash that with ODIN instead. Very happy with it so far - all's well that ends well ;)

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