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Old September 22nd, 2009, 08:57 PM   #51 (permalink)
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As promised, for those of you from the UK who flashed and want to restore:

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Old September 23rd, 2009, 12:37 AM   #52 (permalink)
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you rock sephail
god knows why samsung encypts open source sofware. wake up Samsung, linux is about clear txt, cvs, git
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Actually could you post a software to get and decrypt it? I think that would be a lot more useful. Thanks
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the next logical step would be a list of whats available i think, great work btw.


And I just remembered is the new I4 firmware there yet?
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wow, well done sephail
i think you are the 1st person that can source, decrypt and provide software like this.
Shame samsung has forced us to look for a back door but what option has the idiots left us with

you sir are a legend


are you able to find august/sept csc's?
g8 is old on every networks part. o2 went to h6 after g8
http://fus.samsungmobile.com/Phone_Binary/6/GT-i7500I7500O2UIH2I7500XXIH6I7500XXIH6_500.zip.enc <-- thats the latest o2 one before ii4 which it looks like samsung have not put it up for NPS yet
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Does anyone on here work for Samsung? An insider than can get hold of I4 perhaps?
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Samsung doesn't look to have provided an upgrade path from G8 to H6 for the UK O2 firmware yet, even though the firmware is up on the web. That means that their server doesn't provide the keys to decrypt it. I don't know why; they do for every other carrier with a newer firmware posted. This is probably why we haven't seen it floating around yet.

No, there's nothing available for September yet; I'll be sure to let you know as soon as I find it! Since b33r's device has it, I don't suspect it'll be very long before it becomes available. (Although September is almost over... ::sigh:

I'm not releasing any software at this point because:

a) I don't have anything with a very usable GUI yet,
b) It doesn't provide any immediate benefit to anybody because there are no new firmwares that you can obtain this way that aren't already available and, most importantly,
c) A large potential exists for abuse, which might prompt Samsung to change the way their clients request upgrades to something that is potentially much more secure (i.e., bad for us).
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c) A large potential exists for abuse, which might prompt Samsung to change the way their clients request upgrades to something that is potentially much more secure (i.e., bad for us).
The moment they do that is the moment I'll put my Galaxy on ebay and stop preaching about great Samsung phones.
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Thanks sephail for the firmware. Is it possible to flash just the csc onto a phone that is already running H8?
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I haven't tried this, although some of the newer firmware images are paired with older CSC versions, so it might work. If you want to give it a shot, extract the archives and put cache.img into its own tar file. Then use Odin and specify that .tar file under CSC. (Back up your data first.)
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So far i've extracted the cache.img and put it in it's own tar file. I have then gone and loaded Odin and then selected the OPS file. Next I have then selected the CSC file pointing it at my cache.tar. I then set my phone up into download mode and connect it to my computer and see that Odin recognizes it. I click start and it says "Check Image Files". Am I missing a step?
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I don't have access to ODIN right now to try it out, but you might have to specify the PDA file too (with the remainder of the files in that .tar)...
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I don't have access to ODIN right now to try it out, but you might have to specify the PDA file too (with the remainder of the files in that .tar)...
Wouldn't the rest of the files flash on a older version of firmware?
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Not if you take them from the H8 firmware package ;-)
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Ok made there files:-
cache.tar that conatains these files.
cache.img

Also made a pda.tar file that contains these files:-
system
recovery
kernel
amss

I select these 2 files in odin and start but get this error

<1> Added!!!
<1> Detected!!!
<1> odin mode.. check platform verification.
<1> START!!!
<1> odin mode.. do file mapping..
<1> check download environment.
<1> e - big partition size!!
<1> Delete Comm3engine
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Ok made there files:-
cache.tar that conatains these files.
cache.img

Also made a pda.tar file that contains these files:-
system
recovery
kernel
amss

I select these 2 files in odin and start but get this error

<1> Added!!!
<1> Detected!!!
<1> odin mode.. check platform verification.
<1> START!!!
<1> odin mode.. do file mapping..
<1> check download environment.
<1> e - big partition size!!
<1> Delete Comm3engine
i used to have this problem, no matter what firmware i tried to install.

what worked for me was doing the install from another computer. don't know what caused the problem on mine.

maybe related to your problem. maybe not.
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As an alternative method you could try using the modified recovery image to apply the CSC. You need to extract the zip from the image though. That can be done with unyaffs: unyaffs - Project Hosting on Google Code

The resulting .zip is a valid OTA and can be applied as update.zip from the recovery menu.
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As an alternative method you could try using the modified recovery image to apply the CSC. You need to extract the zip from the image though. That can be done with unyaffs: unyaffs - Project Hosting on Google Code

The resulting .zip is a valid OTA and can be applied as update.zip from the recovery menu.
has this method been tried on the Galaxy?
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has this method been tried on the Galaxy?
I haven't tried it, but i don't see any other reason why it wouldn't work than the signature within the zip file. If the recovery image doesn't know the signature, it might not allow the update to proceed.

Other than that, the zip file is the same as the update.zip file, including a valid update script within the package.
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Right..

So you need to sign the package with SignApk before applying the update. Other than that, it's a working OTA.

So, to recap: extract cache.img from the tar, unyaffs the img to get the zip and pass the zip through SignApk, apply as an OTA through the modified recovery, profit!

Remember to wipe your system after applying, the CSC update screws up your system pretty bad (it's the same as seen when upgrading from G-series to H-series)

And now to restore the backup and return to a CSC free life
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I5 looks to be out. I'll have it for you guys shortly.
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Hey Sephail,

Not been near a computer in several days and then I return to find you've cracked it! Good work!

Wondering if you can give me a PM to let me know what the missing ingredient was?

Well done!

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Could you upload it somewhere else like say megaupload? I can't get files from rapidshare. Thx
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Does this use the UK O2 CSC?
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howcome the boot and phone bits arent there anymore and just the pda?
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Does this use the UK O2 CSC?
No, it's the German O2 CSC.

EDIT: Removed something that wasn't accurate!

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howcome the boot and phone bits arent there anymore and just the pda?
All the files are in one download rather than separate ones (phone, pda, csc).

You need the "one package" option in Odin. Remember to remove the .img file if you don't want the German CSC.

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Ahh already done it as one package and with all the files inside. Is it at all possible to make the new firmware files with the UK O2 CSC?
Also it seems to be working fine here and my APNs are still there and working.
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cool id been just putting it in the pda slot, have redone it in one package now thnx!
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I've now applied the update and all seems to be fine.. Only difference I've noticed so far is that the "Switchers" app is now colour!

boomtopper - doubt anyone's tried using a UK CSC and a German Firmware... are you volunteering? :-)

EDIT: Sephail, are you using brute force to check for updates, or are you passing CSC and Firmware versions over to the FUS server? If it's the latter, I'm just wondering happens if you pass an unofficial combo of UK CSC and firmware version. E.g I7500O2UIG5 CSC and I7500XXIH8 firmware.

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An idea what's new in i5?
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An idea what's new in i5?
Like I say, only thing I've noticed so far is a colour version of the "Switchers" app. Had a look at the German forums and they haven't seen anything else yet either.

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Ouch limit of 10 downloads reached on that rapidshare link ><

Anyone able to re-upload?

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I've just uploaded it here:

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Installed it just now, have noticed that the headphone volume seems louder...that could be just me...

Also, there is an extra icon in the applications list for teh internet.....its a direct link to o2active.de

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I've just uploaded it here:

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Installed it just now, have noticed that the headphone volume seems louder...that could be just me...

Also, there is an extra icon in the applications list for teh internet.....its a direct link to o2active.de

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Again, just to confirm: if you don't want the O2 Germany-specific stuff, you shouldn't apply the CSC (Cache.img) file.

You can delete it from the .tar file using an application such as JZip (jZip - a free WinZip alternative) .

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Great, thanks cpwood. Flashed again and now no o2 de stuff!
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Would it be possible to flash on the original firmware with uk O2 csc using one package. Then from there use the new one and remove the cache.img and flash on the new one?
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i find it annoying that samsungmobile.de are rapid in updating and supplying customers with firmware but samsungmobile.co.uk must be full of *******
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Guys, thanks for your hard work in getting this, however, it looks like both links have been downloaded more than ten times. Any chance somebody could put it somewhere where more people can get at it, or torrent it?

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Here's a megaupload link. It should be fine now.

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brilliant , Im sooooo tempted to flash now from H6.
any downsides ? afaik there isnt (as long as dont use the CSC file)
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brilliant , Im sooooo tempted to flash now from H6.
any downsides ? afaik there isnt (as long as dont use the CSC file)
its new so give us a few days to see if any odd behaviour transpires and well report if there is
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cheers , sounds like sage advise
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<1> Added!!!
<1> Detected!!!
<1> odin mode.. check platform verification.
<1> START!!!
<1> odin mode.. do file mapping..
<1> check download environment.
<1> e - big partition size!!
<1> Delete Comm3engine
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<1> Added!!!
<1> Detected!!!
<1> odin mode.. check platform verification.
<1> START!!!
<1> odin mode.. do file mapping..
<1> check download environment.
<1> e - big partition size!!
<1> Delete Comm3engine
did you delete the cache file?
if so which program did you use?
have you successfully flashed before?
you have enough drive space left on device (on board memory)
the path to the files are not too long or too deep
i did this without a hitch on windows 7 64 RTM, used jzip to delete the cache file
be aware jzip installs yahoo browser plugin so uninstall yahoo from add and remove
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did you delete the cache file?
if so which program did you use?
have you successfully flashed before?
i did this without a hitch on windows 7 64 RTM, used jzip to delete the cache file
be aware jzip installs yahoo browser plugin so uninstall yahoo from add and remove
i used jzip too. I unziped the .tar file to then make a new .tar without cache file, is that correct?

EDIT: I just realized I can remove files directly from the .tar, so now worked like a charm
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i used jzip too. I unziped the .tar file to then make a new .tar without cache file, is that correct?
no its not correct

unzip the zip file to get the tar file
right click the tar file and click "open with" and find "jzip"

this should open jzip and you can see all the files in there.
highlight the cache file and delete.

do the flash
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