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Samsung Galaxy S con Froyo: ecco la guida

Postato 29 Luglio 2010 da Gti in News

Samsung Galaxy S ha già Froyo. Il porting frutto di una ROM “cucinata”. Ecco spiegato come installarlo.

Samsung Galaxy S con Froyo? Sì, a patto di essere disposti a smanettare con lo smartphone Android, e di perdere qualche ora nell’installazione di una ROM “cucinata” capace di anticipare i tempi. Android Froyo per Samsung Galaxy S dovrebbe infatti essere rilasciato in via ufficiale a settembre; chi tuttavia non veda l’ora di godere di tutte le migliorie della nuova versione del sistema, e sia disposto a passare sopra ad alcuni accertati bug, non ha che da seguire la guida riportata a seguire. Il tutorial è in lingua inglese, ma chi si dica pronto a smanettare con il firmware del Samsung Galaxy S non può trovare in questo uno scoglio.

Guida installazione Android Froyo su Samsung Galaxy S

Flashing guide

Disclaimers:

  • Doing this may void your warranty and/or brick your phone. We are not responsible for such events in any way. Only proceed at your own risk and if you absolutely know what you’re doing.
  • This will completely wipe your phone’s ROM. So make sure you backup your data and applications before you engage in this activity.
  • I haven’t flashed a Galaxy S using this method, since I’ve yet to get my hands on one. However, the procedure is based on Samsung Firmwares’ own PDF instructions available here, just made more clear. I have flashed my own Samsung Galaxy Spica using these exact steps and everything went perfectly fine in Windows XP.
  • Flashing is reported to work best when using Windows XP. This is my experience too, so if something doesn’t work as it should and you’re using Vista or 7, that may be the reason.

Before you start:

  • You need to have an unlocked phone.
  • You also need to have Samsung’s New PC Studio installed before you do anything. Get that from your local Samsung support site (search for i9000 and go to Software). Install it, then reboot. This is needed so that proper hardware drivers for the i9000 are installed on your system. Then make sure you’ve closed all processes that it has opened (use Task Manager). Open processes started by Samsung’s PC software will interfere with the flashing.

If you’re ready…

  1. Download the prerequisites that you can find here. The firmware (I9000XXJP1 or I9000XXJP2), the 512 PIT file, and the flash program.
  2. Now unpack the firmware file. The password is “samsung-firmwares.com” (without the quotation marks). You’ll get a bunch of .tar files. DO NOT unpack those.
  3. Unpack and run Odin, the flash application. (In Vista or 7, it’s best to right-click the Odin executable and choose “Run as Administrator”)
  4. Now select each file you got from the firmware archive in Odin in its appropriate category. For PDA, select the .tar file that has “PDA” in it. For CSC, select the file that has “CSC” in it. For PHONE, select the file that has “MODEM” in it. Also be sure you select the PIT file you’ve just downloaded.
  5. Now turn off your phone and take out the SIM card and microSD card (if you have one in it).
  6. Then, while it’s turned off, press the volume down key + Home key + ON/OFF key simultaneously until the Download screen appears.
  7. Now connect your phone to the computer with the USB cable.
  8. If it is detected correctly (that may take up to a minute), the first ID:COM box in the top left of Odin should be filled with a COM number. (If this doesn’t happen, make absolutely sure that no Samsung PC Studio files are still running)
  9. Now just click on Start and WAIT until it finishes.
  10. Your phone will reboot when it’s done and you can take advantage of all the goodies that Froyo has to offer.

This should go easily, but as always, keep in mind that things can always go wrong.

If you’re wondering which firmware version to install, it’s actually up to you. JP2 has clearly come after JP1, so if you’re always in search of the latest, you can start there. If you encounter bugs you just can’t live with, you can try flashing JP1 instead and see how that is.

Happy flashing!

 

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