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  1. jimmytuan

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    Hey all,

    Just recently updated my phone and it shows it as:

    Andriod Version:
    2.3.3

    Baseband Version:
    I9100XXKF3

    Kernel Version:
    2.6.35.7-I9100XWKG1-
    CLlabeltest_I9100XWKG1

    Build Number:
    GINGERBREAD.XWKG1

    Ever since the update I've had so many problems, is there any new updates coming up or anyway to fix the problem? Any help would be much appreciated, btw this is my second Galaxy S 2 now LOL

    Cheers
     

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  2. Sydney99

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    If you're doing updates via kies then the latest is whatever kies offers.

    If via odin it's either kg5 (official) kh3 (frankenstein, unofficial but stable and works well) otkh4 frankenstein (newest but reports suggest not stable).
     
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    Hi,

    I have the same version on my Galaxy s2 and I'm experiencing with an issue that's annoying me very much.
    When i do "auto rotate" , the rotation goes after 4-5 seconds.

    I've done the calibrations and all that stuffs that you will find on google or forums.

    Also, i've checked secret code *#0*# , and at Accelerometer Sensor i get:
    ACC Raw Data - X: changing numbers, y: changing numbers, z: 1024 ( z is not changing like X and Y)

    Is somebody had this experience? I would like to help me...

    Today i did hard reset, and again it didn't solved this issue... i thik the problem is with this Kernel Version:2.6.35.7-I9100XWKG1 CLlabeltest_I9100XWKG1
     
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    Firmware Version; (Updated through Kies and suppose to be latest)

    Android: 2.3.3 (Still)
    Baseband: DXKI1
    Kernel: DXKI2
    Build: Gingerbread.DXKI2

    Country: Malaysia
     
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    I just updated with 2.3.4 Android Version, and still i got the same problem.

    I think my phone is physically broken or somthing :(
     
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    I just got a 2.3.5 update through Kies tonight.

    "Android version: 2.3.5
    Baseband version: I9100XXKI4
    Kernel version: 2.6.35.7-I9100XWKI8-CL616395 root@DELL149 #2
    Build number: Gingerbread.XWKI8"
     
  7. Russell Ng

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    Great for you. Your side of the world seems to get updates quicker than anyone else.
     
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    Quite surprising actually, since small EU countries are also often among the ones that have to wait a long time for everything.

    Hell, here in Denmark we're still waiting for something as basic as a streaming movie equivalent to Netflix. And the Spotify music service only just launched here a couple of weeks ago. But in those cases - particularly a streaming movie/TV service - it's obviously a matter of content licensing laws still being stuck in the last century and having to be hammered out on a national level, irregardless of EU membership.
     

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