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Old July 28th, 2010, 06:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Post How To: Android 2.2 i9000XXJP1/JP2

WARNING: I will not be posting support for these installation instructions. PERFORM this procedure at your own risk. You can find more help from others at this forum or on XDA-Dev. This is simply to help get everyone started

Ripped from this guide: How To: Android 2.2 on Galaxy S

Instructions


This process is not necessarily safe and is done at your own risk. These builds are rather stable, but they do have a few bugs. You should follow the instructions for either i9000XXJP1 or i9000XXJP2, not both. Pick one and stick to the labels that correspond to that ROM.

i9000XXJP1 Differences
  • Notifications bar settings changed to: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Sound Mode, and Rotation Lock
  • Screen brightness quick adjustments are gone
  • Supports over the air updates
  • Google Search Widget has Android 2.2 functionality
  • New G-Sensor calibration tool in settings
  • Adobe Flash 10.1 works perfectly when installed from .apk!

i9000XXJP2 Differences


Some of these differences may be present in the JP1 ROM as well.
  • Media Scanning in Notifications bar now shows percentage done (JP2)
  • New animations: app drawer, keyboard opening (JP2)
  • Press Reader app now included (JP2)
  • Faster than JP1 (JP2)
  • New sounds in dialer (JP2)
  • Comes pre-rooted (JP2) [MAYBE]
  • “Really snappy” – mkara from XDA-Developers (JP2)
  • Settings menu changed… more settings added (JP2)
  • Adobe Flash 10.1 works perfectly when installed from .apk!
  • New video player UI
  • New highlight/copy/paste feature in browser
  • New screen locks: pattern, pin, or password
  • Some new live wallpapers
Possible Bugs
  • Internet sometimes stops
  • Sometimes the locked screen doesn’t work properly
  • No wireless location
  • Stable but not very fast
  • Root “update.zip” does NOT work
  • GPS still having problems
  • Benchmarks seeing very little boosts
  • Slow browser
  • Market is slow

i9000XXJP1 & i9000XXJP2 Needed Programs


i9000XXJP1 Firmware Download

Password to open .rar file: samsung-firmwares.com


i9000XXJP2 Firmware Download

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i9000XXJP1 Instructions
  1. Remove the battery from your phone
  2. Remove the SIM Card and MicroSD Card from your phone
  3. Place the battery back on the phone
  4. Hold down the HOME button, Volume Down button, and Power On button
  5. You should now see a Download screen
  6. Open Odin 3 v1.0
  7. Click on the button “PIT” and load the “s1_odin_20100512.pit” file
  8. Click on the button “PDA” and load the “PDA-I9000XXJP1.tar” inside of the firmware download’s .rar file.
  9. Click the checkbox next to: “Re-Partition”
  10. Your settings should now look like Figure #1
  11. Plug your phone into your computer with USB Debugging on
  12. Look at the gallery below to see if everything is going right
  13. Once done, your phone will boot up
i9000XXJP2 Instructions
  1. Remove the battery from your phone
  2. Remove the SIM Card and MicroSD Card from your phone
  3. Place the battery back on the phone
  4. Hold down the HOME button, Volume Down button, and Power On button
  5. You should now see a Download screen
  6. Open Odin 3 v1.0
  7. Click on the button “PIT” and load the “s1_odin_20100512.pit” file
  8. Click on the button “PDA” and load the “I9000XXJP2-REV03-PDA-CL464213.tar” inside of the firmware download’s .rar file.
  9. Click on the button “Phone” and load the “MODEM_I9000XXJP2.tar” inside of the firmware download’s .rar file.
  10. Click on the button “CSC” and load the “GT-I9000-CSC-MULTI-OXAJP2.tar” inside of the firmware download’s .rar file.
  11. Click the checkbox next to: “Re-Partition”
  12. Your settings should now look like Figure #2
  13. Plug your phone into your computer with USB Debugging on
  14. Look at the gallery below to see if everything is going right
  15. Once done, your phone will boot up

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I am a noob so please excuse me, I have succesfully installed Android 2.2 i9000XXJP2 on my Samsung galaxy s but I cannot get flash 10.1 to run, where exactly do I place the apk and do I have to enable anything on the settings for the flash to work, sorry for the noobish question, many thanks.
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I havent changed firmwares yet but I suppose you can download the flash app from market place and install as normal, I think once installed it has to be enabled in your browser settings.
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Old July 28th, 2010, 12:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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kpenning:
you write "slow browser" which i think is not true, since some users over at xda reported that the browser is actually verry fast.
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With USB Debugging on?

What's this?
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Pros and cons on JP2.

Cons:
  • Internet sometimes stops
Never happened on mine (yet)
  • Sometimes the locked screen doesn’t work properly
Never happened on mine (yet)
  • No wireless location
Only a problem on JP1. My JP2 works, uses mobile network, very accurate.
  • Stable but not very fast
Agree
  • Root “update.zip” does NOT work
Works fine on mine. Now I have a rooted Android 2.2 device :-)
  • GPS still having problems
Possible. Haven't experienced yet
  • Benchmarks seeing very little boosts
  • Slow browser
  • Market is slow
Dunno
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