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  Reply # 423209 1-Jan-2011 17:46 Send private message

Omg I found a tv out cable and it works.playing games on the tv its great.




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  Reply # 423221 1-Jan-2011 18:40 Send private message

@lokhor where did you get the cable from?
@karen glad to hear you're almost sorted. Shame the txt isn't working as our should. Hope the shop sorts it out for you without any hassles.




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  Reply # 423398 2-Jan-2011 14:46 Send private message

I found it in a box of cables I had lying around it goes from a headphone jack to 3 composite rca jacks that you can plug into any tv. the quality isn't that great but it's pretty cool to be able to do it. All I need now is a bluetooth keyboard/mouse and I can use it like a miniature PC.




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  Reply # 423399 2-Jan-2011 14:50 Send private message

Damager:  Did you realise that the Rom Kitchen has now been set up to include Roms for Captivate?




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  Reply # 423434 2-Jan-2011 17:04 Send private message

Hey Neets. Cheers for that! Ooh sounds good. Be nice to try different roms and kernels! Going to nosey that link shortly.

Right.. Wheres my chefs hat :-)




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  Reply # 423531 2-Jan-2011 21:34 Send private message

Hmm who's flashed their own cooked ROMs so far and how's it going?

Nice they have a Captivate kitchen too, woo hoo.I've only ever flashed variants of Setiron's kernel so will read up on the glitterballs and hardcore kernels to get an idea of what they're all about.




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  Reply # 423533 2-Jan-2011 21:37 Send private message

Hey there, Sorry to butt into this thread, but I've been trying to update My Telecom SGS to 2.2 from 2.1. I've tried the patch solution set to TNZ which I know other have had success with but it did not make a difference(had false success when I didn't change the patcher to my phone version hence updating my phone with the same firmware it had) . My current firmware version is JL1. If anyone has any ideas on getting this phone to update it would be great, I don't want to root or flash anything though :), just officially update it. I have been using the latest version of Kies.




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  Reply # 423534 2-Jan-2011 21:40 Send private message

Shrapnel: Hey there, Sorry to butt into this thread, but I've been trying to update My Telecom SGS to 2.2 from 2.1. I've tried the patch solution set to TNZ which I know other have had success with but it did not make a difference(had false success when I didn't change the patcher to my phone version hence updating my phone with the same firmware it had) . My current firmware version is JL1. If anyone has any ideas on getting this phone to update it would be great, I don't want to root or flash anything though :), just officially update it. I have been using the latest version of Kies.


Sorry I can't help.  But I recall some weeks back someone else with a Telecom phone had the same experience.  Don't know if it makes you feel better or not.  Perhaps those on Telecom will come forward and shed some light.




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  Reply # 423535 2-Jan-2011 21:40 Send private message

Shrapnel: Hey there, Sorry to butt into this thread, but I've been trying to update My Telecom SGS to 2.2 from 2.1. I've tried the patch solution set to TNZ which I know other have had success with but it did not make a difference(had false success when I didn't change the patcher to my phone version hence updating my phone with the same firmware it had) . My current firmware version is JL1. If anyone has any ideas on getting this phone to update it would be great, I don't want to root or flash anything though :), just officially update it. I have been using the latest version of Kies.


Dude, you're not butting in. This thread is all about your phone :-)

Everyone with a Telecom Galaxy S on 2.2 able to throw our friend Shrapnel some much needed assistance please! 




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Damager: Hmm who's flashed their own cooked ROMs so far and how's it going?

Nice they have a Captivate kitchen too, woo hoo.I've only ever flashed variants of Setiron's kernel so will read up on the glitterballs and hardcore kernels to get an idea of what they're all about.


Would you be surprised if I said "ME"?  Yes, Me!  Wasn't a problem at all.  Selected everything using the phone's browser, it downloaded directly to my /sdcard/download folder.  I moved the zip file.  Went into recovery and flashed the sucker.  Rebooted, then flashed my UOT battery mod.  All done without any fuss.




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  Reply # 423539 2-Jan-2011 21:43 Send private message

Damager:
Shrapnel: Hey there, Sorry to butt into this thread, but I've been trying to update My Telecom SGS to 2.2 from 2.1. I've tried the patch solution set to TNZ which I know other have had success with but it did not make a difference(had false success when I didn't change the patcher to my phone version hence updating my phone with the same firmware it had) . My current firmware version is JL1. If anyone has any ideas on getting this phone to update it would be great, I don't want to root or flash anything though :), just officially update it. I have been using the latest version of Kies.


Dude, you're not butting in. This thread is all about your phone :-)

Everyone with a Telecom Galaxy S on 2.2 able to throw our friend Shrapnel some much needed assistance please! 


Gosh, I haven't seen Kies in many months.  I'd almost forgotten what it looked like!




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"Gosh, I haven't seen Kies in many months.  I'd almost forgotten what it looked like!"

Lol, its horrible :) 




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  Reply # 423543 2-Jan-2011 21:52 Send private message

Shrapnel:

"Gosh, I haven't seen Kies in many months.  I'd almost forgotten what it looked like!"

Lol, its horrible :) 


Yeah, I don't miss it.  Sadly, if you want to do things the "proper" way, you're stuck with that fickle piece of software.

Hopefully someone will have an answer or solution for you.  It's a bit quiet here at the moment.  Either people have a really bad hangover, or they're on holiday, perhaps even having a life way from the computer.  But NEVER away from their phone Laughing




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  Reply # 423544 2-Jan-2011 21:53

Shrapnel: Hey there, Sorry to butt into this thread, but I've been trying to update My Telecom SGS to 2.2 from 2.1. I've tried the patch solution set to TNZ which I know other have had success with but it did not make a difference(had false success when I didn't change the patcher to my phone version hence updating my phone with the same firmware it had) . My current firmware version is JL1. If anyone has any ideas on getting this phone to update it would be great, I don't want to root or flash anything though :), just officially update it. I have been using the latest version of Kies.


I had used the Kies Reg Patch and it had worked for me but to be honest have heard from other people it is not working anymore. Sorry If the Reg patch has not worked, don't know what will work. Also there was some kind of maintainance release from Telecom sometime back not sure if that can do some help. Also a bit cofused why you have JL1, if I remember correctly mine was JP1 before the Froyo upgrade...

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  Reply # 423545 2-Jan-2011 21:54 Send private message

Neets:
Shrapnel:

"Gosh, I haven't seen Kies in many months.  I'd almost forgotten what it looked like!"

Lol, its horrible :) 

. . . . .It's a bit quiet here at the moment.  Either people have a really bad hangover, or they're on holiday, perhaps even having a life way from the computer.  But NEVER away from their phone Laughing


Indeed - just back from a week in Cromwell; gorgeous.  I trust you had a great Xmas and New Year Neets? Laughing




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