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  Reply # 502686 6-Aug-2011 10:13
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lokhor: That sounds like a ridiculously low score for Nenamark, I usually get ~50fps on mine. 


Your right, i re ran nenamark and it show best run as 48.1fps. still got 41.9 again. im not too worried, looks smooth. but bigger better faster more.....

The phone has gotten better over the last few days with a couple of power off and ons.
No noticable lag anymore. load times for menus seem slow at times but overall 500% better than it was straight after flash. No more errors, cell data is better, but i think there is room for improvement. Does anyone know if a good network benchmarking app?
Im still amazed it remembered all my wifi key, etc. lost my market list though. 
i could restore a back it up with titanium but i would have to find a root app first.

thanks 

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  Reply # 503322 8-Aug-2011 13:47
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has any one who put there phone to the Telecom unofficial 2.2 build managed to get there phone onto the official 2.3.3 build? and if so how?
I need to get mine to the Telecom 2.3.3 official build tonight and still have not figured out how :-(




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 503719 9-Aug-2011 10:11
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nzgman: has any one who put there phone to the Telecom unofficial 2.2 build managed to get there phone onto the official 2.3.3 build? and if so how?
I need to get mine to the Telecom 2.3.3 official build tonight and still have not figured out how :-(


Have finally found the files and got it all sorted :-)
you can get the files from using Check Fus and then install them with Odin

Check fus info - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=834884

enter the following into the pc based check fus http://www.nanzen.se/download.php?id=9


product Code - GT-I9000TDOJV4
PDA: I9000TDOJV4
PHONE: I9000TDOJV4
CSC: I9000OTTNZJV3


Download the file then enter it into the "PDA" section in ODIN and flash to phone.




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  Reply # 503849 9-Aug-2011 13:44
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Would anyone suggest changing from the stock keyboard and if so to what? I am currently using Swype as the input method.

cheers

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  Reply # 503997 9-Aug-2011 17:55
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tallmaninthecnr: Would anyone suggest changing from the stock keyboard and if so to what? I am currently using Swype as the input method.

cheers


For some reason I don't like Swype. I seem to type way better by tapping. Use the Gingerbread Keyboard and it's pretty awesome. I can type way faster than I can Swype with better accuracy. 




 

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  Reply # 504027 9-Aug-2011 19:11
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Ive used smart keyboard pro since the day i got my first android phone, still use it 3 phones on.

Vzy

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  Reply # 504603 10-Aug-2011 19:28
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nzgman:
nzgman: has any one who put there phone to the Telecom unofficial 2.2 build managed to get there phone onto the official 2.3.3 build? and if so how?
I need to get mine to the Telecom 2.3.3 official build tonight and still have not figured out how :-(


Have finally found the files and got it all sorted :-)
you can get the files from using Check Fus and then install them with Odin

Check fus info - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=834884

enter the following into the pc based check fus http://www.nanzen.se/download.php?id=9


product Code - GT-I9000TDOJV4
PDA: I9000TDOJV4
PHONE: I9000TDOJV4
CSC: I9000OTTNZJV3


Download the file then enter it into the "PDA" section in ODIN and flash to phone.


"No firmware info retrieved for given data."

Found GT-I9000HKTTNZ under GT-I9000T, flashed that but now says something about failing to mount /dbdata

Came from Darky 10.2.

Not sure whats going on, guess I'll go back to Darkys for now.

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  Reply # 504636 10-Aug-2011 20:28
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Vzy:
nzgman:
nzgman: has any one who put there phone to the Telecom unofficial 2.2 build managed to get there phone onto the official 2.3.3 build? and if so how?
I need to get mine to the Telecom 2.3.3 official build tonight and still have not figured out how :-(


Have finally found the files and got it all sorted :-)
you can get the files from using Check Fus and then install them with Odin

Check fus info - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=834884

enter the following into the pc based check fus http://www.nanzen.se/download.php?id=9


product Code - GT-I9000TDOJV4
PDA: I9000TDOJV4
PHONE: I9000TDOJV4
CSC: I9000OTTNZJV3


Download the file then enter it into the "PDA" section in ODIN and flash to phone.


"No firmware info retrieved for given data."

Found GT-I9000HKTTNZ under GT-I9000T, flashed that but now says something about failing to mount /dbdata

Came from Darky 10.2.

Not sure whats going on, guess I'll go back to Darkys for now.



I've also just downloaded GT-I9000HKTTNZ, which appears to contain the files as per  nzgman's post.  However, I have ended up with a file GT-I9000T_TNZ_1_20110714114531.zip.enc2 (about 178MB).  Why has it ended up with a .enc2 extension?  It does not therefore present as a valid zip file and I cannot unpack it.  Am I missing something?   

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  Reply # 504645 10-Aug-2011 20:52
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Vzy:
nzgman:
nzgman: has any one who put there phone to the Telecom unofficial 2.2 build managed to get there phone onto the official 2.3.3 build? and if so how?
I need to get mine to the Telecom 2.3.3 official build tonight and still have not figured out how :-(


Have finally found the files and got it all sorted :-)
you can get the files from using Check Fus and then install them with Odin

Check fus info - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=834884

enter the following into the pc based check fus http://www.nanzen.se/download.php?id=9


product Code - GT-I9000TDOJV4
PDA: I9000TDOJV4
PHONE: I9000TDOJV4
CSC: I9000OTTNZJV3


Download the file then enter it into the "PDA" section in ODIN and flash to phone.


"No firmware info retrieved for given data."

Found GT-I9000HKTTNZ under GT-I9000T, flashed that but now says something about failing to mount /dbdata

Came from Darky 10.2.

Not sure whats going on, guess I'll go back to Darkys for now.


sorry got some codes wrong, should be

product Code - GT-I9000HKTTNZ
PDA: I9000TDOJV4
PHONE: I9000TDOJV4
CSC: I9000OTTNZJV3





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  Reply # 504652 10-Aug-2011 21:02
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edge:
Vzy:
nzgman:
nzgman: has any one who put there phone to the Telecom unofficial 2.2 build managed to get there phone onto the official 2.3.3 build? and if so how?
I need to get mine to the Telecom 2.3.3 official build tonight and still have not figured out how :-(


Have finally found the files and got it all sorted :-)
you can get the files from using Check Fus and then install them with Odin

Check fus info - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=834884

enter the following into the pc based check fus http://www.nanzen.se/download.php?id=9


product Code - GT-I9000TDOJV4
PDA: I9000TDOJV4
PHONE: I9000TDOJV4
CSC: I9000OTTNZJV3


Download the file then enter it into the "PDA" section in ODIN and flash to phone.


"No firmware info retrieved for given data."

Found GT-I9000HKTTNZ under GT-I9000T, flashed that but now says something about failing to mount /dbdata

Came from Darky 10.2.

Not sure whats going on, guess I'll go back to Darkys for now.


did it fully download? all worked fine for me.


I've also just downloaded GT-I9000HKTTNZ, which appears to contain the files as per  nzgman's post.  However, I have ended up with a file GT-I9000T_TNZ_1_20110714114531.zip.enc2 (about 178MB).  Why has it ended up with a .enc2 extension?  It does not therefore present as a valid zip file and I cannot unpack it.  Am I missing something?   




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  Reply # 504657 10-Aug-2011 21:13
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edge: 
I've also just downloaded GT-I9000HKTTNZ, which appears to contain the files as per  nzgman's post.  However, I have ended up with a file GT-I9000T_TNZ_1_20110714114531.zip.enc2 (about 178MB).  Why has it ended up with a .enc2 extension?  It does not therefore present as a valid zip file and I cannot unpack it.  Am I missing something?   



I've had another go and it has now downloaded with just the .zip extension and unpacks fine - no idea what the .enc2 stuff was.  Didn't appear to be a partial download as it was exactly the same size as my latest attempt!  Anyway, has downloaded now so will give flashing it a try in the next few days. 


Question: haven't used Odin before and it appears i should be using v1.7 for Galaxy S?  Any suggestions as to best place to download?    

Vzy

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  Reply # 504678 10-Aug-2011 21:41
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nzgman:
edge:
Vzy:
nzgman:
nzgman: has any one who put there phone to the Telecom unofficial 2.2 build managed to get there phone onto the official 2.3.3 build? and if so how?
I need to get mine to the Telecom 2.3.3 official build tonight and still have not figured out how :-(


Have finally found the files and got it all sorted :-)
you can get the files from using Check Fus and then install them with Odin

Check fus info - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=834884

enter the following into the pc based check fus http://www.nanzen.se/download.php?id=9


product Code - GT-I9000TDOJV4
PDA: I9000TDOJV4
PHONE: I9000TDOJV4
CSC: I9000OTTNZJV3


Download the file then enter it into the "PDA" section in ODIN and flash to phone.


"No firmware info retrieved for given data."

Found GT-I9000HKTTNZ under GT-I9000T, flashed that but now says something about failing to mount /dbdata

Came from Darky 10.2.

Not sure whats going on, guess I'll go back to Darkys for now.


did it fully download? all worked fine for me.


I've also just downloaded GT-I9000HKTTNZ, which appears to contain the files as per  nzgman's post.  However, I have ended up with a file GT-I9000T_TNZ_1_20110714114531.zip.enc2 (about 178MB).  Why has it ended up with a .enc2 extension?  It does not therefore present as a valid zip file and I cannot unpack it.  Am I missing something?   


What were you using before you flashed to this?

Also edge, you need that .dll file to decrypt it the file. if you have kies installed itll ask to copy it to same directory.

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  Reply # 504716 10-Aug-2011 22:34
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edge:
edge: 
I've also just downloaded GT-I9000HKTTNZ, which appears to contain the files as per  nzgman's post.  However, I have ended up with a file GT-I9000T_TNZ_1_20110714114531.zip.enc2 (about 178MB).  Why has it ended up with a .enc2 extension?  It does not therefore present as a valid zip file and I cannot unpack it.  Am I missing something?   



I've had another go and it has now downloaded with just the .zip extension and unpacks fine - no idea what the .enc2 stuff was.  Didn't appear to be a partial download as it was exactly the same size as my latest attempt!  Anyway, has downloaded now so will give flashing it a try in the next few days. 


Question: haven't used Odin before and it appears i should be using v1.7 for Galaxy S?  Any suggestions as to best place to download?    


I used ODIN 1.85 and that worked fine, a google search should find it.




Vzy

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  Reply # 504726 10-Aug-2011 23:05
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nzgman:

I used ODIN 1.85 and that worked fine, a google search should find it.


What were you using before you flashed to this telecom one?

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  Reply # 504806 11-Aug-2011 09:02
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Vzy:
nzgman:

I used ODIN 1.85 and that worked fine, a google search should find it.


What were you using before you flashed to this telecom one?


I had put it to the unofficial telecom 2.2 rom as was selling it, then the 2.3.3 official rom came out but Kies would not upgrade it so that is why I needed to upgrade it with this method.




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