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Old October 14th, 2010, 01:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Hello, if you have a download mode working, try this exact procedure and see if Odin recognizes your phone:

So how to proceed:

Put your phone to download mode (hold down: volume down, home key, power)

DO NOT plug in your phone yet, Odin / driver does not like it at this stage.

Start Odin3

Tick "Re-Partition", check that "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time" have been ticked.

Click "PIT" button and select s1_odin_20100512.pit file.

Plug in the phone and wait until Odin finds it.
Click "Start" button... <Firmware update start...> <Get PIT for mapping...> appear. The phone will turn off and the screen indicates "Reset". Wait until Odin indicates "Pass".

Plug out your phone, remove the battery, put it back in and put phone to download mode again.

Click "Reset" button in Odin and untick "Re-Partition" box.

DO NOT select PIT file again.

Click "PDA" button and select your PDA version.
Click "MODEM" button and select your MODEM version.
Click "CSC" button and select your CSC version.

Plug in the phone and wait until Odin finds it.
Click "Start" button and wait until phone reboots with the new software version.
Let us know if this worked, and if you want some ideas on what firmware to flash, let us know aswell.
Samsung Galaxy S i9000 8Gb XWJPO using 341MB Ram Froyo SpeedMod
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