1. Download our Official Android App: Forums for Android!

Root [ROMs] Monaco Releases

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ronaldramsayii, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. ronaldramsayii

    ronaldramsayii Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter
    93

    Mar 31, 2010
    588
    118
    93
    Entrepreneur
    Atlanta
    I'm not sure how many people seen this on here, but I've decided to bring it here. One link is the Deodexed version of the build that comes with all Galaxy S including TW 3.0. The other in case you don't like TW is the Vanilla Android....meaning clean, no TW, just plain ol' Android.

    GalaxySDeodexed.zip


    VanillaGalaxyS.update.zip
     

    Advertisement

  2. yakboy

    yakboy Well-Known Member
    36

    Jun 2, 2009
    128
    3
    36
    Awesome! I will go read now, god I miss stock!
     
  3. FadeFx

    FadeFx Well-Known Member
    38

    Mar 4, 2010
    183
    12
    38
    Austria
    vanilla,thats what i was hoping for... now just my handset has to arrive ;-)

    could you post a link to the original thread over at modaco? seems i can not find it there...
     
  4. FadeFx

    FadeFx Well-Known Member
    38

    Mar 4, 2010
    183
    12
    38
    Austria
  5. Texhnolyze23

    Texhnolyze23 Lurker
    25

    Jul 22, 2010
    4
    0
    25
    Could someone post instructions on how to flash rom? I have titanium installed and everything backed up. I also have the terminal app and assume it has something to do with that.
     
  6. FadeFx

    FadeFx Well-Known Member
    38

    Mar 4, 2010
    183
    12
    38
    Austria
    nope, since its a "update.zip" it seems to be supposed to flash through recovery menu, so you should do a titanium backup, then if available use rom manager to boot into recovery and make a nandroid backup as well, reboot your phone to rename the update.zip of rom manager to something else and rename the downloaded file to update.zip. then power off yourdevice and power it on with vol up+home+power to get to stock recovery where you can apply update.zip. thats it, after reboot this should run.
    if it does not work you now can reflash a firmware with odin, root it, install rom manager and use it to boot into recovery to restore your nandroid backup.
    please report back if it works and how it feels.
    also consider flashing shining new XXJP2 froyo leaked beta release ;-)
     

Share This Page

Loading...