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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by emadernest, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. emadernest

    emadernest Lurker
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    I am using samsung galaxy S2 international on xwlsw firmware
    when I selected a photo from gallery and opened the menu and selected edit, it said no photo editor is installed, install now
    I said OK and I was directed to one samsung app which I could not download ever no matter what I do, download never starts. I contacted the developer and all his suggestions won't solve the issue.
    Note: On S3 this same app downloaded and worked like charm

    I need the suitable photo editor that work with the system when I select edit from the menu while the photo is displayed
    Other photo editors apps that you must start first and then select a photo to edit I know and this is not what I ask for, I need the missing photo editor in the system

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  2. ironass

    ironass Extreme Android User

    It sounds as though you have a corrupt firmware. You could download the firmware for your CSC code and flash it via Odin by following the instructions in #1.7 of the Jelly Bean update - Dummies Guide.
  3. emadernest

    emadernest Lurker
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    Thanks I will do that, but that raised another question:
    I have flashed my current JB firmware XWLSW, which has XEU csc code, When I checked as per the link you referred to, and dialed *#1234# I found the csc code is XEU
    Now, if this is not the original csc for my device, how can I find original csc?
  4. ironass

    ironass Extreme Android User

    The simple answer is, you can't unless you wrote the original down before flashing. Sometimes, depending on the version, Kies will show a mismatch on CSC codes. However, since there is unlikely to be any further updates for the SGS2 and most people's warranties have now expired, it doesn't really matter now.
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  5. emadernest

    emadernest Lurker
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    I need to add further that yesterday I was able to solve the problem.
    I have read in one site an advice to factory reset after every update firmware by Odin.
    I flashed my phone several times with official firmwares and the last one was to unroot from Siyah kernel to go back to Official XWLSW JELLY B.
    so I gave it a try and reset by factory reset option and problem solved.

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The Samsung Galaxy S2 release date was April 2011. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, Exynos 4210 Dual processor, and 1650mAh battery.

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