Thứ Ba, 29 tháng 11, 2011

Verizon Droid Charge Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Firmware Update - EP4D Stock ROM Download

Good news for advance users of Samsung Droid Charge! the Odin flashable Stock ROMs came out first.
Here's the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware update for Verizon's Samsung Droid Charge SCH-I510. For anyone confusing of whats this version really is because Samsung only stated from their report as Android 2.3, Yes! it's Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and with a build number of EP4D.

Samsung already set November 29 as the official date for the release., but unfortunately, folks on the Verizon forums are going crazy waiting because no one has received it yet. It might not came on time but this will be release out later, it just take some time. 

Here's the details on how it improves other things regarding in hardware and software when upgrading to Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware.

- Improved word selection and Copy/Paste functionality.
- Updated Download Manager app – from where you can manage all of your downloads from web browsing, email attachments and other apps.
- New widgets, icons and screens with refreshed colors.
- Added device and SD card encryption; VPN enhancements integrate IPSec VPN clients into device security settings.
- Updated Calendar options – ability to display event times in your home time zone when traveling; Dismiss individual reminders.
- Pause, Wait and Password have been added into the voicemail speed dial entry for manual entry/storage.
- Increased intensity of the vibration alert.
- Added Software Upgrade Assistant (SUA).
- Reduced volume of the Low Battery Notification sound has been reduced.

Biggest thank's to one of trusted developer for Droid Charge ROMs  danalo1979ImnutsMoseyON andspjetrovic at XDA that released us an all in one EP4D ODIN Stock, Debloated/Deodexed packages.
-EP4D system
-EP4D lte modem
-EP4P cdma modem
-Imnuts Recovery 8-17-2011 orange
-IMoseyON Kernel 4.0
-Busybox 1.19 installed
-Virtually bone stock

You can grab the EP4D Android 2.3.6 Stock ROM and get the full details on how to manually upgrade your
Verizon Droid Charge to Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware here at XDA-developer.

Thứ Hai, 28 tháng 11, 2011

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Android 2.3.5 Stock ROMs I9100BOKK1

Here's the available stock ROMs for European countries version of Samsung Galaxy S II I9100 carrier branded by T-Mobile mobile network. These stock ROMs are pulled from Samsung Kies official  firmware updates server that has been released. This firmware is now packed in Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread  with build number I9100BOKK1 and a build date of  2011 November 3.
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Original Android 2.3.5 Stock ROMs I9100BOKK1

Note: Use this ROMS at your own risk, we shall not held responsible if something happens to your device. This is for advance users only and can be flashable using Odin to a European version of  T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100 only and not on the T-Mobile US variants Samsung Galaxy S II Hercules SGH-T989, Samsung I9100G Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE,  AT&T Samsung SGH-i777, Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket i727 and other variants whatsoever. 

Product code: GT-I9100LKAMAX
(T-Mobile) GT-I9100_MAX_I9100BOKK1_I9100MAXKJ3_I9100BOKJ1
Firmware info: PDA: I9100BOKK1 | PHONE: I9100BOKJ1 | CSC: I9100MAXKJ3
Version: Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread

Product code: GT-I9100LKACRO
(T-Mobile) GT-I9100_CRO_I9100BOKK1_I9100CROKJ4_I9100BOKJ1
Firmware info: PDA: I9100BOKK1 | PHONE: I9100BOKJ1 | CSC: I9100CROKJ4 
Version: Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread

Czech Republic
Product code: GT-I9100LKATMZ 
(T-Mobile) GT-I9100_TMZ_I9100BOKK1_I9100TMZKJ3_I9100BOKJ1 
Firmware info: PDA: I9100BOKK1 | PHONE: I9100BOKJ1 | CSC: I9100TMZKJ3 
Version: Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread  

Product code: GT-I9100LKATMH
(Not yet found) 

Product code: GT-I9100LKACOS 
(T-Mobile) GT-I9100_COS_I9100BOKK1_I9100COSKJ3_I9100BOKJ1
Firmware info: PDA: I9100BOKK1 | PHONE: I9100BOKJ1 | CSC: I9100COSKJ3 

Product code: GT-I9100LKADTM 
(T-Mobile) GT-I9100_DTM_I9100BOKK1_I9100DTMKJ3_I9100BOKJ1
Firmware info: PDA: I9100BOKK1 PHONE: I9100BOKJ1 | CSC: I9100DTMKJ3
Version: Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread

Product code: GT-I9100LKAMBM
(T-Mobile) GT-I9100_MBM_I9100BOKK1_I9100MBMKJ2_I9100BOKJ1 
Firmware info: PDA: I9100BOKK1 PHONE: I9100BOKJ1 CSC: I9100MBMKJ3 
Version: Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread 

Product code: GT-I9100LKATNL
(Not yet found)  

Product code: GT-I9100LKATMU
(Not yet found) 

These stock ROMS was posted by Przekret at XDA-Developer
Passwords of those files is:

Chủ Nhật, 27 tháng 11, 2011

ROOT GUIDE for Samsung Galaxy Note [CF-ROOT by Chainfire]

First of all, I must give all the credits to that extraordinairy developer from ”xda-developers”! He is a worldwide recognized developer and his name is Chainfire. He had SGS II, and now he also stepped into the beuatiful world of Galaxy Note and made us happy!!!

So this is his tutorial, but I will be happy to provide help and support here on ip-mart anyway I can.
PLEASE read carefully all the way down to the 2nd post and if you are not sure about something, ask and I will respond. But please don’t ask dumm questions.
ALWAYS have a recent backup in case of something goes wrong. You are responsible for your phones and only you!

Post #1 > General information
Post #2 > Installation guides
Post #3 > Downloads area for CF-Root kernels
[22.11.2011][CF-Root 5.0] KJ1/4/6, KK1/9/A – su+bb+CWM5
This rooted kernel is for the "rooting beginners" and those who want to keep as close to stock as possible. CF-Root takes the kernel from an original Samsung firmware, and just adds root, busybox, and ClockWorkMod recovery.
THIS IS NOT A ROM – it is only a modified kernel. You need to have the relevant firmware already on your device. You do NOT need to wipe anything for this patch. You DO need to read the instructions. PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE FIRST FEW POSTS!
Main features
- The kernel is fully stock and taken from the original firmware, with just the following added:
- Root
- Busybox v1.19.2-cm71
- ClockWorkMod Recovery 5
- CWM Manager (see below for more detail)
- Custom boot / init scripts
- Custom boot animations
Installation instructions
Please see the next post !
Other kernels
Replacing CF-Root with other kernels and vice-versa sometimes works, sometimes it doesn’t. I don’t have a list.
When going from CF-Root to another kernel, root will usually stay, while CWM will be lost (unless the other kernel also includes it), but there should not be issues. The CWM Manager app may remain, but probably won’t do anything useful.
CF-Root includes a custom version of CWM5. I always make custom versions, as the originals often do not take some Samsung specific things into account.
CF-Root/CWM5 is NOT compatible with ROM Manager! Manage/perform your backup/restores from CWM directly or using the CWM Manager application included with CF-Root
- Booting into recovery will immediately give you CWM. The standard recovery will only be started if a Samsung package is detected.
- ADB is functional in recovery, however it may take up to a minute for it to start up after booting into recovery.
CWM Manager
Because of incompatibilities with ROM Manager, I wrote and included "CWM Manager". This is a new app (as of March 30, 2011). You can find it under Applications -> CWM. It is much faster to use than manually booting into CWM and selecting these options.
- Boot to ClockWorkMod Recovery
- Boot to Download mode
- Reboot normally
- Backup firmware
- Restore backups (including partition selection)
- Delete backups
- Install APKs
- Flash CWM3/4/5’s
- Flash kernels (zImage, zImage in TAR, zImage in ZIP, zImage in TAR in ZIP)
without changing warning triangle status or increasing flash counter
- Flash complete firmwares (seperate files as well as .tar and .tar.md5 archives, dump files in /sdcard/external_sd/firmware folder)
without changing warning triangle status or increasing flash counter
can pre-root new firmwares during flash
Note: If you flash a different kernel, CWM Manager may remain installed. However, functions may not work, because they need kernel compatibility !
Custom boot / init scripts
CF-Root will execute the following scripts if present, in the order listed:
- /system/etc/init.d/* (there can be many files here, no extensions! use #!)
- /system/bin/ (busybox sh)
- /system/xbin/ (busybox sh)
- /data/local/ (busybox sh)
Please make sure you chown / chmod the scripts correctly so they can be executed. Pretty much root:root / 755.
Custom boot animations and binaries
CF-Root also supports custom boot animations:
- /system/media/
- /data/local/
And custom boot binaries:
- /data/local/bootanimation.bin
Installing busybox over the included version
It is possible to install a custom busybox over CF-Root v3.0 and newer. However, this is not without risk. CF-Root makes heavy use of scripting, and many CF-Root scripts rely on the internal busybox version. If you do install a seperate busybox version (always use "stericson" installer!), install it to /system/xbin. Installing it to /system/bin will mess things up for sure. Even if you do that part right, it may still break CF-Root, so make sure to make a backup before trying.
How ?
I wrote my own toolchain to ease patching of initramfs, and that is what all this is based on. It is now used to make CF-Root for many devices!
Help! Which file do I use ?
Listen closely, for I will say zis only once!
Go to Settings -> About phone -> Kernel Version. Note the string present there:
What matters most (KJ4) in this case, is in bold. Try to find the matching file under downloads:
The XX and XEN identifiers are not that important. Usually a "KJ4" kernel is a "KJ4" kernel, and that is that. Sometimes (pretty rare) it happens there will be multiple different kernels with the same name in different firmwares, that are actually different. If this happens, they are usually only very minor changes and you should expect them to still be fully compatible. I include the "XX" and "XEN" identifiers so the very advanced users can deduce from which full firmware I have taken the kernel file.
Don’t worry too much, just find the matching download and use it. What if there is no matching download ? You can ask me to make one, but I can tell you right now, I very very rarely make CF-Root’s for kernels on request, unless it is the very latest kernel that has been released by Samsung. In the latter case, be sure to let me know. If there’s no match and I’m not making one, try finding the closest match. You should treat "KJ4" as a number, but instead of 1-9, we have 1-9, A-Z (where A would be 10, and Z would be 35). "KJ3" is really close to "KJ4", "KF1" is not close to "KG4" at all. I hope that makes sense.
@Developers: I have noticed that doing a NANDROID RESTORE while connected to your computer AND Eclipse is running may cause the restore to fail. Eclipse automatically starts logcatting in the background, which will prevent /system from being properly restored.
These are general-purpose downloads. See the posts following this one for the kernels.
Installation intructions:
The Samsung Galaxy Note keeps track of the kind of kernel you are running (stock or custom) and how often you have flashed kernels. This is probably for warranty purposes. There is currently no known way to reset this counter on the SGN.
So, what we want to do is get root, busybox, and CWM, all without getting that ugly yellow triangle or updating the flash counter on our device. Luckily, CF-Root allows for all these things. The new CWM Manager even allows you to flash new firmwares and apply root to them while flashing.
We need to get rid of ODIN pretty much completely, and we can! The difficult part is getting root the first time, after that, it should be happy camping forever.
— Chapter 1: Initial application of root —
This is the annoying part. There are three different methods:
1.1. If you are already rooted
- Download the attached "" and extract it somewhere
- Download one of the CF-Root kernels, and extract it (repeat) until you end up with a zImage file
- Place the zImage file from the CF-Root kernel in the zImage folder from InitialRootFlasher
- Start "already-rooted.bat" and follow the instructions
For those needing to do this manually (Linux boxes and such), this is the important command. Place the zImage file on your phone (example: /data/local/zImage) and execute this command in a rooted shell:
dd if=/data/local/zImage of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p5 bs=4096
1.2. If you are not rooted yet: Using the zergRush exploit
(while it still works on our firmwares, this exploit will probably be fixed soon! Known to work on KJ1 and KJ4 firmwares)
- Download the attached "" and extract it somewhere
- Download one of the CF-Root kernels, and extract it (repeat) until you end up with a zImage file
- Place the zImage file from the CF-Root kernel in the zImage folder from InitialRootFlasher
- Start "not-rooted-yet.bat" and follow the instructions
— Chapter 2: Getting rid of ODIN —
This is easy. Find ODIN, and delete it. In the future you should only need it to flash bootloaders, which probably will only really be needed one time: when upgrading from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich.
— Chapter 3: Upgrading your firmware —
My CWM Manager application has a full-fledged firmware flasher built in. Using the flasher from CWM Manager does NOT give you the yellow triangle or increase the flash counter.
3.1. Flashing a new kernel
This is easy. CWM Manager can flash zImage files (on any rooted kernel), zImage files inside a .tar file (only on a CF-Root kernel), and zImage files inside a (only on a CF-Root kernel). Note that zImage must be the ONLY file in an archive, if is is inside a tar or zipped tar.
- Put the zImage (or tar, or zip) file on your SD card
- Open the CWM Manager app
- Select "Flash kernel"
- Select the file you just put on your device
- CWM Manager will flash the kernel and reboot
If you flash a non-CF-Root kernel, you will lose a lot of functionality from CWM Manager. However, the app will (likely) still allow you to flash kernels.
3.2. Flashing a new firmware (If you are not interested, just don’t read this)
Important: This works ONLY on a CF-Root kernel !
CWM Manager has the ability to flash firmware parts either from separate files (zImage, factoryfs.img, etc) or from .tar / .tar.md5 files that they usually come packaged in.
- Download the firmware you want to flash
- If you have a ZIP or RAR file, extract it until you have seperate files, or .tar / .tar.md5 files
- Create a folder named ‘firmware‘ on your external SD card
- Copy the files you want to flash to this folder ( /sdcard/external_sd/firmware ). factoryfs ("system") is mandatory part at the moment.
- TIP: If you are flashing a new firmware that already has a CF-Root kernel available, put it in the ‘firmware’ folder as well in zImage or .tar form (NOT .zip). Select it when asked which kernel to use, then use the "Flash normally" option later on.
- Open the CWM Manager app
- Select "Flash stock firmware"
- At this point, CWM Manager will tell you about the firmware parts it has found, and which ones it will flash. It will also give you warnings about bootloaders and PIT files if those were found. If some firmware parts are present multiple times, it will ask you which file to use as source.
- If what you are flashing includes both kernel and system parts, CWM Manager will warn you about this as you are about to lose root. It will provide you with three options:
1: Keep CF-Root kernel
Keeps the current CF-Root kernel, only flash the other parts. You will not lose root or CWM Recovery. You can flash a newer CF-Root kernel later (or maybe you have already done so), see 3.1 above.
2: Pre-root system
Flashes both kernel and system parts, but roots system during the flash. You will lose CWM Recovery, but you will keep root (if all goes well). The CWM Manager application will also remain, and allow you to flash the correct CF-Root kernel at a different time (if you have not done so before), see 3.1 above.
3: Flash normally
Doesn’t do anything specific. If the kernel you are flashing is not a CF-Root (or similar) kernel, you will lose root, and CWM Recovery.
- CWM Manager will reboot into CWM Recovery, and will flash the firmware, rebooting afterwards.
See the second post of the thread for flashing instructions. If you’re thinking about using ODIN to do it, you should probably read that post.
Unzip the folowing files 2 times, till you reach the zImage.

Thứ Năm, 24 tháng 11, 2011

AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G I997 Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Stock ROMs

Here's the available Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread stock ROMs available for AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G. Some of these stock ROMs were leaks and under beta test for development but these are original and unmodified firmware versions. 

Stock ROM I997UCKK3 [Android 2.3.6] 21.11.2011
Stock ROM I997UCKK2 [Android 2.3.6] 09.11.2011
Stock ROM I997UCKK1 [Android 2.3.6] 09.11.2011
Stock ROM I997UCKJ4 [Android 2.3.6] 28.10.2011
Stock ROM I997UCKJ2 [Android 2.3.6]14.10.2011

Odin Guide for Flashing the Stock ROMs
1) Install Kies on your PC just to ensure that the drivers for the Infuse 4G are already installed
2) Download and unzip the stock ROM files packaged
3) Use and run Odin3 v1.7.exe 
4) Set the Infuse 4G into download mode - turn it off or pull battery then in-place it back again ,
( Just press and hold both Volume Buttons while plugging in the USB cable cord)
5) In Odin, the COM: Port box will display that your phone is already connected
If there is multiple files in the packaged you may just put the desired files on each designated slots.
6) Click the PDA button and choose the PDA_.tar.md5
7) Click the PHONE button and choose MODEM_.tar.md5
Bootloader for APBOOT_.tar.md5 and CSC file for CSC slots. 
8) Press Start
9) Once it finishes, it will reboot to recovery. Just select "delete all user data" and then select reboot system now.

Heres the stock rooted version, deodexed with busybox and SU and Zipalligned installed. The installation is simple - just download the Zip, Boot into recovery, wipe data and dalvik cache then flash and reboot. 

Stock I997UCKK3 Rooted, Deodexed, Busybox, Zipaligned, 2.3.6
by dman3285  
Stock I997UCKJ4 Rooted, Deodexed, Busybox, 2.3.6  
Stock I997UCKJ2 Rooted, Deodexed, Busybox, 2.3.6 
Stock I997UCKK1 Rooted, Deodexed, Busybox, ZipAligned 2.3.6
by JordanElliott  

Everything you wanted to know how to do some tweaks on your Samsung Infuse 4G like unlocking, rooting, reverting back to original stock, unbricking, kernels, modems and custom ROMs. Just visit this super thread ofprasadudwadia at XDA-developer.

Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 ASOP Ported on All Android Devices list

Since the Ice Cream Sandwich Source code  has been released, the Android community seems now been busy working porting the ICS 4.0 to Android Devices and this includes older devices too, and that makes every Android users so exited. We keep track of most of the recent ICS 4.0 ports to some Android devices so far right now and amazingly it was inevitable as they come. Some devs already managed to released the Alpha and beta version of the ICS 4 ASOP ports of the following Android devices below.

This is only a brief list, others will be added later since some of them are still working in progress.

HTC Android Devices Ice Cream Sandwich ported

HTC Dream G1
Ice Cream Sandwich for HTC G1 AOSP 4.0.1

HTC Hero, G2 Touch
Glassmacka - Ice Cream Sandwich.

HeroC ICS 4.0.1 Development

HTC Droid Eris
Eris ICS AOSP Development

Nexus One
ICS AOSP (from CM's source) Development Passion (N1)

HTC Supersonic: EVO 4G
ICS for EVO 4g

HTC Droid Incredible
ICS for Droid incredible

HTC Sensation
AOSP Ice Cream Sandwich for HTC Sensation

HTC EVO Shift 4G
Ice Cream Sandwich SDK port

HTC Buzz: Wildfire
htc wildfire ics 0.1alpha

HTC Glacier: myTouch 4G
MIUIceCreamSandwich + MIUI Hybrid

Samsung Android Devices Ice Cream Sandwich ported

Samsung Captivate
GALNET MiUI ice cream sandwich 1.11.9

Samsung Galaxy S I9000
ALPHA (ICS sources

Samsung Galaxy S II I9100
Galaxy SII Ics port alive again with AOSP

Samsung Nexus S
ICS build for Nexus S

Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660
Ice Cream Sandwich ( Android 4.0 )

Samsung Infuse 4G
Galnet MIUI ICS 4.0.1

Sony Ericsson Android Devices Ice Cream Sandwich ported

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10
ICS Android 4.0 Porting and Development |

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini Pro
CyanoCream Sandwich

Motorola Android Devices Ice Cream Sandwich ported

Motorola Droid 2 Global
Ice Cream Sandwich

Verizon Droid Incredible 2
Ice Cream Sandwich V0.1

LG Android Devices Ice Cream Sandwich ported

LG Optimus 3D
Ice Cream Sandwitch Cyanogenmod LG Optimus3D

LG Optimus One, P500, V
Ice Cream Sandwich - Final Edition

Dell Android Devices Ice Cream Sandwich ported

Dell Streak 5
Longhorn 2.0.1 ICS Version

Thứ Tư, 23 tháng 11, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570L Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Firmware Update released

 Latin America version of Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570L gets the first Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware update and  now officially released via Kies. The firmware build number is S5570LWMKPJ with an October 18,2011 build date. European users may wait for a while since its been a while that all firmware updates for Galaxy Mini most often released firstly in Europe, but this time it goes to Latin America first.

XDA-developer member alvarorojas4 from Bogotá Colombia confirmed that this version is much more faster than previous 2.3.4 and 2.3.5.
Today I tried to update via OTA (Over the air. In the System Updates menu) and for my surprise it said that I can update my firmware so, I updated and Now i'm in 2.3.6 there are a few small changes, for example at the final of the scroll will appear a blue light, AGAIN is faster how in 2.3.4 (For me 2.3.5 was laggy) and I guess that more improvements...

The S5570LWMKPJ stock ROMs is also available online on XDA developer and can be flash using Odin tool. See the thread of przekret here to grab the said S5570LWMKPJ stock ROM. And now also added to our Galaxy Mini firmware update list.
If you prepare Odin or Kies just ensure to wipe data and cache in recovery of your mini to get the freshest firmware upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy Ace Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread Firmware S5830BUKS2

Another firmware build in Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread with build number S5830BUKS2 for Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 has been leak. This version got the CSC file of SFR-S5830SFRKS2 which is for the carrier provider in France SFR (Société Française de Radiotéléphonie). This is the fourth Android 2.3.5 firmware build releases since from previous  S5830XWKS9S5830XWKS2S5830XWKS3 and S5830XXKPO.

Firmware S5830XWKS9

Product:  Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830
Version: Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread
Build Date: Oct. 13. 2011

# autogenerated by                                                 Oct 13 14:58:55 KST 2011
# is obsolete; use ro.product.device
# Do not try to parse or .fingerprint 2.3.5 GIN

Przekret posted the S5830BUKS2 Odin flashable stock ROM at XDA
There are no report that this firmware update has been officially released by Samsung server but  might be officially push out soon. It might been pulled out from Kies as a test mode or beta released for advance users and developers use only, (not confirmed yet). So just use or flash it at your own risk..

Thứ Ba, 22 tháng 11, 2011

P7500XWKK4 Android 3.2 Honeycomb Firmware Update for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G P7500 leaks

The Android 3.2 Honeycomb firmware for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G P7500 leaked. This is the first Android 3.2 firmware update for Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G that has been available online. The firmware build number is P7500XWKK4 with a build date as of November 11,2011. The stock ROm comes with a SEB CSC file which is for European versions of SGS Tab P7500 3G version. Some advance users already tried flashing this ROM and says it’s a little bit faster than the previous P7500XXKI1 and P7500XXKI2..
samsung galaxy tab 10.1 P7500XWKK4 Android 3.2 Honeycomb Firmware Update for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G P7500 leaks
Anyway, we spotted this ROM a while ago on Kies server but unfortunately being pulled out by Samsung with no reasons, the devs might be still working for progress. So, if you want to try it out, the Odin flashable stock ROM is now available, remember this is a leak version and maybe available officially released sooner.
Languages included:
Norsk bokmal
Grab the P7500XWKK4 Android 3.2 Honeycomb Stock ROM from here:
Thanks to: Przekret at XDA
A CWM flashable stock ROM is posted by pkoper here:
P7500XWKK4 CWM flashable stock rom

I9000NEJVK Samsung Galaxy S Firmware Update Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread for Tre/3 Network

Samsung released the Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread for Hutchison 3G/Tre/3 branded Gingerbread ROMs for Samsung Galaxy S I9000, this was available over in Kies test mode server and beleive to be released officially soon. The firmware build number is for I9000NEJVK  with default  3 network for each corresponding regions. CSC DRE -Austria, .HUI - Italy and H3G - UK.

SWYPE support languages: English- UK & US , Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek , Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak Spanish, Turkish and Korean

Here's the build info. Oct 11 17:04:46 KST 2011 2.3.5 GINGERBREAD NEJVK release-keys

Samsung released Hutchison 3G/Tre/3 branded Gingerbread ROMs in KIES TEST MODE
for HUI (Italy), H3G (UK), DRE (Austria) - soon to be available in MAIN CHANNEL :

JVK_JV8_JVB.tar @

11.10.2011 12:17 262 144 boot.bin
04.11.2011 04:45 18 108 416 cache.rfs
11.10.2011 12:17 269 500 416 factoryfs.rfs
11.10.2011 13:04 12 582 912 modem.bin
11.10.2011 12:17 655 360 param.lfs
11.10.2011 12:17 1 310 720 Sbl.bin
11.10.2011 12:17 5 727 788 zImage
JVK_JV7_JVB.tar @

11.10.2011 12:17 262 144 boot.bin
13.10.2011 16:18 12 406 784 cache.rfs
11.10.2011 12:17 269 500 416 factoryfs.rfs
11.10.2011 13:04 12 582 912 modem.bin
11.10.2011 12:17 655 360 param.lfs
11.10.2011 12:17 1 310 720 Sbl.bin
11.10.2011 12:17 5 727 788 zImage
JVK_JV6_JVB.tar @

11.10.2011 12:17 262 144 boot.bin
13.10.2011 16:19 19 410 944 cache.rfs
11.10.2011 12:17 269 500 416 factoryfs.rfs
11.10.2011 13:04 12 582 912 modem.bin
11.10.2011 12:17 655 360 param.lfs
11.10.2011 12:17 1 310 720 Sbl.bin
11.10.2011 12:17 5 727 788 zImage
factoryfs.rfs is the same file for all downloads, so is build.prop :

# begin build properties
# autogenerated by Oct 11 17:04:46 KST 2011
# is obsolete; use ro.product.device
# Do not try to parse or .fingerprint 2.3.5 GINGERBREAD NEJVK release-keys
# Samsung Specific Properties
# end build properties
# system.prop for smdkc110

rild.libargs=-d /dev/ttyS0

# Samsung USB default mode

cache.rfs is the only difference of 3 downloads, you can compare apk content of each from cache.rfs :

JVK_JV8_JVB.tar @

HUIJV8 NEJVK 696190 Jul 26 2010 AppStore-final.apk
HUIJV8 NEJVK 118745 Jul 26 2010 Mobile3TV.apk
HUIJV8 NEJVK 15406 Jul 26 2010 WazeWidget.apk

JVK_JV7_JVB.tar @

H3GJV7 NEJVK 173724 Jul 26 2010 and001-01689358.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 468785 Jul 26 2010 AndroidConsumerSearch-release.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 3289 Jul 26 2010 AutotraderApplicationSupport-release.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 776677 Jul 26 2010 bejeweled.unsigned-wrapped.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 1826822 Jul 26 2010 Dynamite_GalaxyS_tc-hft-lan_en-fr-it-de-es-pt-el_1.0.44_release_signed-wrapped.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 2026174 Jul 26 2010 monopolyherenow-wrapped.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 23903 Jul 26 2010 Planet3Generic-Android-2011-06-14-zipaligned.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 390150 Jul 26 2010 Tetris.unsigned-wrapped.apk
H3GJV7 NEJVK 13756 Jul 26 2010 Yell-Android-1.6.apk

JVK_JV6_JVB.tar @

DREJV6 NEJVK 463913 Jul 26 2010 3Apps_H3G_2_3_release_no_shortcut_20110608.apk
DREJV6 NEJVK 5279248 Jul 26 2010 hrs_and_SE_130.apk
DREJV6 NEJVK 2569532 Jul 26 2010 MobileTvAndroid_1-5-6_23082011.apk
DREJV6 NEJVK 23534 Jul 26 2010 Planet3Forced-Android-1.6.apk
DREJV6 NEJVK 111575 Jul 26 2010 Planet3LauncherApp_1-00_20110207.apk
DREJV6 NEJVK 488705 Jul 26 2010 Selfcare_1-33_20110718.apk
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I9001XXKPS Android 2.3.6 for Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001 Stock ROM

The Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Firmware for Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001 recently leaks. The build version number is I9001XXKPS with CSC file SER which is fro Russia. The build date is just from November 4, 2011. It is packed with European  languages but it may have some text input support issues if you wanted to use it in your Region outside Russia.We can not tell if this ROM is stable or not but this ROM was leaked by Samsung server.

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Model: Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001
Product Code: GT-I9001HKDSER
Phone: I9001XXKPG
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread


# begin build properties
# autogenerated by Nov 4 11:35:21 KST 2011
# is obsolete; use ro.product.device
# Do not try to parse
cription or .fingerprint 2.3.6 GINGERBREAD XXKPS release-keys
# Samsung Specific Properties
# end build properties

The stock ROM is being packed in a single .tar file. so no wipe will happen to your device if you flashe this ROM.  You need to extract it, then place it on the PDA space of Odin. Just use the Odin 4.43 version to avoid any flashing failure. You can grab the I9001XXKPS Stock ROM here and also get any further details of this said firmware before considering to flash it.

Thứ Hai, 21 tháng 11, 2011

T959VUVKJ6 T-Mobile (USA) Samsung Galaxy S 4G Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Firmware Update Stock ROM

This is the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware update released by Samsung for U.S. T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S 4G T959v.  The firmware build number is T959VUVKJ6 with build date of October 28, 2011.
The stock ROM is in single packaged  T959VUVKJ6-REV00-home-low-CL694130.tar.md5 and can be flash on the phone using Odin in-case you are having any issues updating on Kies.

T-mobile Galaxy S 4G T959VUVKJ6 Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread features

# autogenerated by                                                    Oct 28 15:36:14 KST 2011
# is obsolete; use ro.product.device
# Do not try to parse or .fingerprint 2.3.6 GINGERBREAD VUVKJ6 release-keys
# Samsung Specific Properties

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S 4G Android 2.3.6 stock ROM. Just place the extracted file in the PDA section of Odin 1.85 and flash.

Download: T959VUVKJ6
Credits:  RaverX3X @XDA

P7300BVKJ5 Android 3.2 Honeycomb Firmware Update for Samsung Galaxy Tab P7300 8.9 3G released

Orange network provider in France had just released the Android 3.2 Honeycomb firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab P7300 8.9 3G . The build number is P7300BVKJ5  with CSC file FTM- firmware letter code for France.

Samsung Galaxy Tab P7300 8.9 3G official firmware update
For other regions who can't wait and want to upgrade now, the Odin flashable P7300BVKJ5 stock ROM version is also available for grab. The Orange logo and bloatware or applications will be installed but you can remove it once you'll root your device and then using a Root Explorer.

You can remove the Orange application by uninstalling
For removing Orange apps, locate this folder files and just uninstall them.

For removing the apps, just need Root and RootExplorer
In folder  \System\App folder\
For the logo, there are 3 files to remove using Root Explorer :
In folder \System\Media\ - remove bootsamsung.qmg and bootsamsungloop.qmg
In folder \System\Media\Video\Shutdown\ - remove shutdown.qmg
In folder \System\Etc\ - remove PowerOn.ogg

You can grab the stock ROM at XDA , it is packed in a single .tar file and can be flashed through your Galaxy tab using Odin. To flash the P7300BVKJ5 stock ROM Just put the downloaded file in the PDA button of Odin.

Chủ Nhật, 20 tháng 11, 2011

P7310XXKJ4 Android 3.2 Honeycomb Samsung GT-P7310 Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi Only released

A firmware update Android 3.2  Honeycomb with build number P7310XXKJ4 for Samsung GT-P7310 Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi Only  is now available on Samsung official server and in Odin flashable stock ROM version. This is recently released in Europe with Generic XEU CSC file which stands for UK firmware code but it has all European languages. Eventually, if you can't get the firmware update in your regions just have patience to wait for a while or you may upgrade now if you prepare the Odin stock ROM version.

A brief guide on how to flash the P7310XXKJ4 stock ROM version on P7310 Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi usin Odin downloader program. - this is for advance users only.
This is a single file so you didn't loose anything once flash, but back-up all of your data for safety if something went wrong. If  you rooted before you will loose root, just re-root the device with the same method you done before. Don't flash this on Galaxy Tab 3G we already tried it, it works fine but the 3G doesn't work.
- Download the P7310XXKJ4 stock ROM file. credits to poisike at XDA
- Unzip the zip file you download
- Run Odin and then put your Tab in download mode.
- Once in download mode,connect the phone to PC
- Click PDA and select the file that ends with .md5
- Click Start and wait until it finishes.

You can check out any further details here and join the discussion thread here at XDA

Thứ Bảy, 19 tháng 11, 2011

N7000XXKKA Android 2.3.6 Firmware Update for Samsung Galaxy Note N7000

Another Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware update for Samsung Galaxy Note N7000, this time the build number is N7000XXKKA with default CSC file AUT which refers to Switzerland default firmware letter code. The first released was for Germany with build code of N7000XXKK9. Some advance users who already tried this ROM says it reduces the battery life percentage up to 10% consumption. This ROM is flashable via CWM and you need to have your device rooted first.

Samsung Galaxy Note Android 2.3.6 gingerbread firmware update
Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread XXK9

CWM Flashing instruction (N7000XXKKA)

Make sure you have root on your device and CWM recovery in case of bootloops after flashing. The easiest way to get both is to grab the rooted kernel for your current firmware and flashing that. Everything is described in this thread


1. [Optional but recommended] Boot into CWM recovery [VolumeUP+Home+Power] and do a nandroid backup
2. Download the desired firmware and unrar it to end up with a .tar.md5 file
3. Place this file in your external sd card in a folder called 'firmware'. You will have to create this folder. So the path would be external_sd/firmware/XXX.tar.md5
4. Launch the CWM app on your device. This will be present if you followed the step given above under the pre-requisite
5. In CWM, choose to flash stock rom. It will automatically pick up the firmware file you placed in the previous step. There will be a couple of popups just hit OK. The last popup with give you 3 options. Choose first one to keep the existing CF-root kernel. This way if something goes wrong during flash you will have Clockwork Recovery to restore the device
6. The phone installs the firmware and reboots. All your data and apps will be present. You have just flashed PDA and modem. As we skipped the kernel flash, we are still using the older kernel. Go again to the CF-Root kernel thread given in the pre-requisite section, and download/flash the rooted kernel for your latest firmware when available.
prepared by amuneer @ XDA

You can grab the N7000XXKKA stock ROM and get further details and instruction here on this thread at XDA-Developer.