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General I7500XEIH5 (24th Aug Build)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pegasus21, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. pegasus21

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    have you tried this one yet?
     
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    i'm wondering too, anyone tried this? what is it like compared to H7.. thanks!
    btw to upgrade you can use multiodin?
     
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    The files are packed in the multi odin way. I haven't tried it yet since I have no phone to try this on. I would have otherwise.
     
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    Theoretically, this build should be OLDER than the H7.

    According to the Samsung firmware naming scheme, H = August and the last number = the build number. So 7>5.
     
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    Yes that's theoretically. According to the build.prop data, the date listed for this is newer than the I7500XXIH7.
     
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    Also note the difference between XEIH5 and XXIH7. Don't know what it means though.
     
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    That's the region the firmware was released for. XE would be Russia while XX is Europe in general. I'm assuming they share the same code base for different regions since it doesn't make sense to have different underlying code for different regions.
     

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