I7500LVIJD1 showing on FirmawaresSupport


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  1. fearnlem

    fearnlem New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi,

    I noticed that Samsung Firmwares have posted this I7500LVIJD1 firmware on their website, interestingly, it hasn't been country coloured.


    Anybody know what it is?
     

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  2. mrqs

    mrqs Well-Known Member

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    judging by the "LV", i'd guess latvia
     
  3. inFECT

    inFECT Well-Known Member

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    Letter Code is "JD".. so its for South Africa and afaik its a 1.5 release for the 7500L.

    Basicly useless.
     
  4. mrqs

    mrqs Well-Known Member

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    the JD refers to 2010/april (J=10, D=4)
     
  5. MichaelW

    MichaelW Well-Known Member

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    VI = TIM Brazil

    I believe.
     
  6. mrqs

    mrqs Well-Known Member

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    LVI is finnish for HVAC (heating, ventilation & air-conditioning) :p
     
  7. inFECT

    inFECT Well-Known Member

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    Oh lol, my bad. You are right.

    Anyways.. its still a useless release ;)
     
  8. sado1

    sado1 Well-Known Member

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    It's i7500L, useless... some of L releases are shown in i7500 too.
     
  9. Hark

    Hark Well-Known Member

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    From Samsung Firmwares.

    Last Brazil firmware for the Samsung Galaxy is online: I7500LVIJD1 (still android 1.5) 2:31 PM Apr 16th via web

    ie. not Latvia, not Brazil, not 1.6, not much interest.
     
  10. Rastaman-FB

    Rastaman-FB Well-Known Member

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    not useless you can remove amss and install it i think, similar to how 7500l users install our roms

    its 1.5 tho
     
  11. fearnlem

    fearnlem New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks all, I got excited as it seemed to be version progression from JC6. Next time I will know to look out for the L prefix.

    I'm sure some people in Brazil will find it useful!
     
  12. dougni

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    I don't think so ... I'm from Brazil and happy with the JC6 version ... for some reason the phone model here is the I7500, even Samsung telling us we have the I7500L model ...
     
  13. Rastaman-FB

    Rastaman-FB Well-Known Member

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    depends where you are getting that info from, if its from some app then dont believe it.
    if its a 7500L you might like the radio stack of the latest firmware as it could be improved (who knows?)
     
  14. cbfatw

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    you're right,
    as I knew, Samsung named S/W version of their phone by last 3 characters:
    I7500 XX J B 2 XX=region
    A=year: ex: 2001, B=2002,......J=2010.
    A=month, ex: January, B=February , ...D=April.
    1=date .
    so, JD1 is meant April 1, 2010
     
  15. MichaelW

    MichaelW Well-Known Member

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    The 1 doesn't mean 1st of April, it means it's the first firmware release for that month.
     
  16. cbfatw

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    I just guess the last number is date, not version release number.
    thanks for correction
     

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