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  #428303 18-Jan-2011 07:45
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There has been a new firmware released: XWJS3

Doc is already working on a Rom for it. I haven't flashed a new rom in ages (since V6.2) so may do this one if it's any good.




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  #428311 18-Jan-2011 08:47
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Shrapnel: Thanks for everyones replies, so if I flash the JP2 which seems to have once been the official Telecom 2.2 update, and then the faster modem as lofreq mentioned it would be agood start from 2.1? Obviously a nandroid backup willl be done. Im still uneasy on modding my phone as I cant really afford to "break" it, but thats my problem


you wont break it if you just stick to download mode and Odin.

download mode is when you hold down vol down, home, and power to turn on, and you see the yellow triangle with the little android guy sweeping some digital rubbish on the ground. i love that pic. anyway in that mode almost anything is recoverable.

i wouldnt flash JP2 over JPY just because it would be like upgrading to vista now instead of win7. i had no issues with JP2 but admittedly JPY seems much more like a proper phone in terms of performance.

i would
1) get the full JPY tar file from samfirmware.com, odin that across (put the tar file into the PDA slot) and flash it across, let it boot up into full XXJPY
2) back into download mode, and flash over the JPA modem. reason: i have just been testing the JPY modem on telecom, and i found the battery life definitely more sensitive to location. i would get minimal drain in one place, then at work or at lunch with no use on the phone, suddenly lose 10%. like it was inefficient connecting to towers or something. so i have gone back to the JPA modem and it seems (so far) much more stable

and thats it, id just run with this setup for a while and get used to it, then you can consider a custom Doc rom or Darky's etc, later.


so how bout some helpful links? i spent ages collecting these so here i might as well pass it fwd for all XT users

-------------------

HERE is the full JPY rom with default telecom JP2 modem on board. this will work perfectly as is without bothering to flash the JPA modem. and it includes Hardcore's speedmod. AND i even think it includes CWM recovery?? so this might be a one step upgrade for most people to get you instantly 90% there:

XXJPY_I9000TDOJP2_XXJPY.zip
http://www.multiupload.com/TDHAU71AQI

File Contents, .tar
PDA I9000XXJPY
PHONE I9000TDOJP2
CSC I9000XXJPY
KERNEL K12C of HARCORD

Just place the file. tar into the PDA section of Odin - dont change anything else, dont tick Re-patition

you wont lose any saved files on your internal SD card, i think you may have to redownload apps. and maybe set up your email accounts, and check that your telecom APNs are intact.

--------------------

HERE is the improved JPA modem for 850mhz

Link:Modem (Best results + better signal reception)
I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip ODIN
http://www.mediafire.com/file/3xrkrbyz6y3a5kn/I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip

place this file into the PHONE section of Odin, dont change anything else, and go. it will only replace the modem data in the phone and reboot your phone, watch the bars when it reboots it should reconnect to telecomNZ

--------------------


HERE is a guide on how to use ODIN with screenshots. follow "stage 2" of the instructions, and ignore the use of the PIT file, since you are not repartitioning. instead of the files they specifiy, use the .tar files i linked you above. the process of going into download mode, connecting usb, watching the odin screen to see if it connects, is all the same. once its done odin will reboot your phone. once odin goes all green PASS! and completed successfully, you are safe to unplug USB and wait for phone to configure and boot up, which will take a while, dont worry. be sure your phone is at 100% battery before starting, or you will stuff up your batt stats

http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/how-to-use-odin-to-upgrade-samsung-galaxy-s-gt-i9000-to-android-2-2-froyo-download/

to compare notes, heres another guide so you get the idea

http://androidadvices.com/update-samsung-galaxy-s-gt-i9000-to-froyo-xxjpy-2-2-1/

-------------------

HERE are the APN settings for you to check after youre done, to ensure connectivity to TNZ

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=32983

and more detail on setting up the MMS APN ( if you dont care about MMS then dont worry)
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=66173

i personally have set up TelecomContent, TelecomDefault, and TelecomMMS - i dont think you need TelecomContent, and i didnt even have TelecomMMS before, now that i added it, my MMS sending works perfectly! bonus :) hopefully bonus for you too



--------------------


there you go,  hows that?








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Shrapnel
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  #428316 18-Jan-2011 09:04
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lofreq:
Shrapnel: Thanks for everyones replies, so if I flash the JP2 which seems to have once been the official Telecom 2.2 update, and then the faster modem as lofreq mentioned it would be agood start from 2.1? Obviously a nandroid backup willl be done. Im still uneasy on modding my phone as I cant really afford to "break" it, but thats my problem


you wont break it if you just stick to download mode and Odin.

download mode is when you hold down vol down, home, and power to turn on, and you see the yellow triangle with the little android guy sweeping some digital rubbish on the ground. i love that pic. anyway in that mode almost anything is recoverable.

i wouldnt flash JP2 over JPY just because it would be like upgrading to vista now instead of win7. i had no issues with JP2 but admittedly JPY seems much more like a proper phone in terms of performance.

i would
1) get the full JPY tar file from samfirmware.com, odin that across (put the tar file into the PDA slot) and flash it across, let it boot up into full XXJPY
2) back into download mode, and flash over the JPA modem. reason: i have just been testing the JPY modem on telecom, and i found the battery life definitely more sensitive to location. i would get minimal drain in one place, then at work or at lunch with no use on the phone, suddenly lose 10%. like it was inefficient connecting to towers or something. so i have gone back to the JPA modem and it seems (so far) much more stable

and thats it, id just run with this setup for a while and get used to it, then you can consider a custom Doc rom or Darky's etc, later.


so how bout some helpful links? i spent ages collecting these so here i might as well pass it fwd for all XT users

-------------------

HERE is the full JPY rom with default telecom JP2 modem on board. this will work perfectly as is without bothering to flash the JPA modem. and it includes Hardcore's speedmod. AND i even think it includes CWM recovery?? so this might be a one step upgrade for most people to get you instantly 90% there:

XXJPY_I9000TDOJP2_XXJPY.zip
http://www.multiupload.com/TDHAU71AQI

File Contents, .tar
PDA I9000XXJPY
PHONE I9000TDOJP2
CSC I9000XXJPY
KERNEL K12C of HARCORD

Just place the file. tar into the PDA section of Odin - dont change anything else, dont tick Re-patition

you wont lose any saved files on your internal SD card, i think you may have to redownload apps. and maybe set up your email accounts, and check that your telecom APNs are intact.

--------------------

HERE is the improved JPA modem for 850mhz

Link:Modem (Best results + better signal reception)
I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip ODIN
http://www.mediafire.com/file/3xrkrbyz6y3a5kn/I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip

place this file into the PHONE section of Odin, dont change anything else, and go. it will only replace the modem data in the phone and reboot your phone, watch the bars when it reboots it should reconnect to telecomNZ

--------------------


HERE is a guide on how to use ODIN with screenshots. follow "stage 2" of the instructions, and ignore the use of the PIT file, since you are not repartitioning. instead of the files they specifiy, use the .tar files i linked you above. the process of going into download mode, connecting usb, watching the odin screen to see if it connects, is all the same. once its done odin will reboot your phone. once odin goes all green PASS! and completed successfully, you are safe to unplug USB and wait for phone to configure and boot up, which will take a while, dont worry. be sure your phone is at 100% battery before starting, or you will stuff up your batt stats

http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/how-to-use-odin-to-upgrade-samsung-galaxy-s-gt-i9000-to-android-2-2-froyo-download/

to compare notes, heres another guide so you get the idea

http://androidadvices.com/update-samsung-galaxy-s-gt-i9000-to-froyo-xxjpy-2-2-1/

-------------------

HERE are the APN settings for you to check after youre done, to ensure connectivity to TNZ

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=32983

and more detail on setting up the MMS APN ( if you dont care about MMS then dont worry)
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=66173

i personally have set up TelecomContent, TelecomDefault, and TelecomMMS - i dont think you need TelecomContent, and i didnt even have TelecomMMS before, now that i added it, my MMS sending works perfectly! bonus :) hopefully bonus for you too



--------------------


there you go,  hows that?






Thanks for the quiade lofreq, very detailed. Just one thing, do I or do I not tick the "Repartition" box? And would it be better to go straight to Darky'sv 8.0 Gingerbread and flash the modem?(edit:sorry didn't see what you said" id just run with this setup for a while and get used to it" Thanks




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  #428336 18-Jan-2011 09:49
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tick partition if you want to wipte everything on the phone and start again. if you dont care about that then go for it, its probably better in terms of system "cleanliness", also in future custom roms, the filesystem is all changed and optimised, so the phone will benefit in speed from having a full wipe

to make things easier for now so you dont have to set everything up again and its not such a shock to the system i recommend not wiping just yet, and get used to how it performs...... thats what ive done, have run this for a few weeks now and am finally feeling ready to delete the lot and perform a full wipe.

im kinda waiting for a new rom to come out, and use that opportunity for a clean wipe :) but even if not i am very happy with the phones performance right now. an amazing developer community that has transformed awesome hardware from factory rubbish software...!




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Shrapnel
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  #428340 18-Jan-2011 10:03
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What did you use to backup your device lofreq? I was using One click root to root my phone for a nandroid backup but it failed. My phone works fine but it's definitely not rooted. What did you use? Thanks




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  #428349 18-Jan-2011 10:29
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Shrapnel: What did you use to backup your device lofreq? I was using One click root to root my phone for a nandroid backup but it failed. My phone works fine but it's definitely not rooted. What did you use? Thanks


nothing. i backed up my contacts by storing nothing on the phone, and moving all contacts to google contacts, paired with facebook. so thats in the cloud and doesnt matter anymore. all my apps are synced on appbrain.com, as a seperate list, so when i flashed the new rom, appbrain was an easy tool to reapply the apps i wanted - plus i didnt have to re-pay for paid apps, so that doesnt matter anymore either. i copied all photos etc off the internal memory manually. all i really lost were some notes in the memo app, txt message history, and my angrybirds savegames. which was a bit annoying, but its an excuse to play it more again :)

i played with titanium backup a bit but like you, got stuck on the rooting part, so passed on that.
what else is there to back up really?




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Shrapnel
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  #428358 18-Jan-2011 10:50
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Ok, thanks, I was more aiming at backing up the the whole os at its state for something to revert to but I suppose I can go back to the Telecom 2.2 which is floating around somewhere. So let me get this straight(for the millionth time), I download this http://www.multiupload.com/TDHAU71AQI zip file(in progress) and then this http://www.multiupload.com/4JLU4QHUV7,(odin v1.3).I put my phone into download mode(100% battery) make sure it appears in odin. I click on pda and direct odin to the extracted tar file from the zip file I downloaded. Make sure pda is ticked and repartition isn't everything else stays the same I'm guessing. And click start. As I understand once it restarts I will have to put telecoms APN info etc in and it should work straight away, but I can change the modem for best results reception with this: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3xrkrbyz6y3a5kn/I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip
which I direct odin to by clicking on phone. Does that sound right lofreq? Thanks 




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lofreq
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  #428366 18-Jan-2011 11:22
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Shrapnel: Ok, thanks, I was more aiming at backing up the the whole os at its state for something to revert to but I suppose I can go back to the Telecom 2.2 which is floating around somewhere.

So let me get this straight(for the millionth time),

1) I download this http://www.multiupload.com/TDHAU71AQI zip file(in progress)
2) and then this http://www.multiupload.com/4JLU4QHUV7,(odin v1.3).
3) I put my phone into download mode(100% battery)  < do this BEFORE PLUGGING THE PHONE INTO USB PORT - once its in download mode THEN plug it in and make sure it appears detected in odin.
4) I click on pda and direct odin to the extracted tar file from the zip file I downloaded.
5) Make sure pda is ticked and repartition isn't everything else stays the same I'm guessing. <CORRECT
6) And click start. < yep, then wait for it to flash, pay attention to any messages, assuming all goes well the Odin indicator box goes BLUE whilst initiating reboot, then should go GREEN with "PASS" indicated, at this point its safe to unplug the phone, you can even just leave it plugged in and let it boot and configure for first time
7) As I understand once it restarts I will have to put telecoms APN info etc in < you may not even have to do this, but just check your APNs and make sure they are there. if they arent, then recreate them.
8) and it should work straight away, but I can change the modem for best results reception with this: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3xrkrbyz6y3a5kn/I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip
which I direct odin to by clicking on phone.


Does that sound right lofreq? Thanks



i edited your post with some numbered steps and carriage returns, and some notes. but yes running thru the steps in my head i think thats pretty bang on for a basic upgrade :) its all over in 5 mins and u will be like..... is that it?? and then suddenly for the next 9 days you will be flash crazy and will have flashed your phone 34 times and stayed up till 4:30am every day on this forum and your life disappears and you wont know whats going on and you will talk to the little yellow android sweeper guy in different voices and pretend he talks back to you and be yelled at by your gf and just ignore her but yell in fury of she gets close to bumping your usb cable midflash

the adventure is just beginning :D





Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005, on Telecom 4G LTE.  ROM: Stock Touchwiz, Android 4.3, XUDMJ6  MODEM: MJ4  Kernel: Stock (for now...:)

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  #428370 18-Jan-2011 11:30
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One more thing(just waiting for battery to charge up), I finished downloading the rom, and accidently started extracting contents of the tar file(quickly cancelled), will this matter?, obviously it hasn't changed anything, I just started extracting it to a location the stopped(WinRAR). This is what odin is looking like, is it correct?




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lofreq
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  #428372 18-Jan-2011 11:36
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yeah i poked around in the .tar file as well, it wont do anything as long as you didnt try to "add" any files to the archive. which im sure you didnt

odin screen looks good and ready to go......




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lofreq
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  #428373 18-Jan-2011 11:39
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when u plug in your phone, odin shows that its ready and detected by making that box under "ID:COM" go yellow, and it shows you the com port that its assigned, or something

above that is the row of 8 square boxes, i dont know why there is 8 of them but the flashing process only focuses on the first one. i guess odin is used for all sorts of flashing?? so just watch the first box for progress, and the scrolling log which will list each step that its at.

good luck let us know how u get on




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Neets
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lofreq:
Shrapnel: Ok, thanks, I was more aiming at backing up the the whole os at its state for something to revert to but I suppose I can go back to the Telecom 2.2 which is floating around somewhere.

So let me get this straight(for the millionth time),

1) I download this http://www.multiupload.com/TDHAU71AQI zip file(in progress)
2) and then this http://www.multiupload.com/4JLU4QHUV7,(odin v1.3).
3) I put my phone into download mode(100% battery)  < do this BEFORE PLUGGING THE PHONE INTO USB PORT - once its in download mode THEN plug it in and make sure it appears detected in odin.
4) I click on pda and direct odin to the extracted tar file from the zip file I downloaded.
5) Make sure pda is ticked and repartition isn't everything else stays the same I'm guessing.
6) And click start. < yep, then wait for it to flash, pay attention to any messages, assuming all goes well the Odin indicator box goes BLUE whilst initiating reboot, then should go GREEN with "PASS" indicated, at this point its safe to unplug the phone, you can even just leave it plugged in and let it boot and configure for first time
7) As I understand once it restarts I will have to put telecoms APN info etc in < you may not even have to do this, but just check your APNs and make sure they are there. if they arent, then recreate them.
8) and it should work straight away, but I can change the modem for best results reception with this: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3xrkrbyz6y3a5kn/I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip
which I direct odin to by clicking on phone.


Does that sound right lofreq? Thanks



i edited your post with some numbered steps and carriage returns, and some notes. but yes running thru the steps in my head i think thats pretty bang on for a basic upgrade :) its all over in 5 mins and u will be like..... is that it?? and then suddenly for the next 9 days you will be flash crazy and will have flashed your phone 34 times and stayed up till 4:30am every day on this forum and your life disappears and you wont know whats going on and you will talk to the little yellow android sweeper guy in different voices and pretend he talks back to you and be yelled at by your gf and just ignore her but yell in fury of she gets close to bumping your usb cable midflash

the adventure is just beginning :D



Do you mind if I interrupt?
I'd have done steps 4 and 5 ahead of step 3.  Get Odin fully ready before you connect your phone (in download mode) to the computer.

AND!!  Make sure you've recently rebooted your computer.  You don't want it having a case of the random restart or anything (CyperX just recently had this happen too - so timely lesson).

AND .... if you've got a way of accessing your /efs folder (you'll need root) then make a backup and put a copy of it on your phone *and* somewhere else!

I can't remember, but do you have the 3BR mode?  You'll want to make sure you have this function before flashing.

Usually I also make sure I've got debugging selected before flashing, and I tend to pull the SIM and external SD card (if you've got one) if you're going to do a factory reset.

Ok, I'll slip back into the shadows now. 




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  #428378 18-Jan-2011 11:46
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Neets:
lofreq:
Shrapnel: Ok, thanks, I was more aiming at backing up the the whole os at its state for something to revert to but I suppose I can go back to the Telecom 2.2 which is floating around somewhere.

So let me get this straight(for the millionth time),

1) I download this http://www.multiupload.com/TDHAU71AQI zip file(in progress)
2) and then this http://www.multiupload.com/4JLU4QHUV7,(odin v1.3).
3) I put my phone into download mode(100% battery)  < do this BEFORE PLUGGING THE PHONE INTO USB PORT - once its in download mode THEN plug it in and make sure it appears detected in odin.
4) I click on pda and direct odin to the extracted tar file from the zip file I downloaded.
5) Make sure pda is ticked and repartition isn't everything else stays the same I'm guessing.
6) And click start. < yep, then wait for it to flash, pay attention to any messages, assuming all goes well the Odin indicator box goes BLUE whilst initiating reboot, then should go GREEN with "PASS" indicated, at this point its safe to unplug the phone, you can even just leave it plugged in and let it boot and configure for first time
7) As I understand once it restarts I will have to put telecoms APN info etc in < you may not even have to do this, but just check your APNs and make sure they are there. if they arent, then recreate them.
8) and it should work straight away, but I can change the modem for best results reception with this: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3xrkrbyz6y3a5kn/I9000B_JPA_JP3_JPA_JPA_modem_850.zip
which I direct odin to by clicking on phone.


Does that sound right lofreq? Thanks



i edited your post with some numbered steps and carriage returns, and some notes. but yes running thru the steps in my head i think thats pretty bang on for a basic upgrade :) its all over in 5 mins and u will be like..... is that it?? and then suddenly for the next 9 days you will be flash crazy and will have flashed your phone 34 times and stayed up till 4:30am every day on this forum and your life disappears and you wont know whats going on and you will talk to the little yellow android sweeper guy in different voices and pretend he talks back to you and be yelled at by your gf and just ignore her but yell in fury of she gets close to bumping your usb cable midflash

the adventure is just beginning :D



Do you mind if I interrupt?
I'd have done steps 4 and 5 ahead of step 3.  Get Odin fully ready before you connect your phone (in download mode) to the computer.

AND!!  Make sure you've recently rebooted your computer.  You don't want it having a case of the random restart or anything (CyperX just recently had this happen too - so timely lesson).

AND .... if you've got a way of accessing your /efs folder (you'll need root) then make a backup and put a copy of it on your phone *and* somewhere else!

I can't remember, but do you have the 3BR mode?  You'll want to make sure you have this function before flashing.

Usually I also make sure I've got debugging selected before flashing, and I tend to pull the SIM and external SD card (if you've got one) if you're going to do a factory reset.

Ok, I'll slip back into the shadows now. 


Yeah, I was going to back up the efs and make a nandroid backup but I cannot root my phone, tried several times, lofreq seems to have the same problem, in odin "Phone EFS Clear" isn't checked so it should be fine I hope. And 3BR? I guess you mean 2e recovery(power home vol up) which I do have. I will check before flashing though. EDIT: Tried the same with vol down, download mode working fine




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  #428385 18-Jan-2011 12:07
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Ok it passed. Waiting for first boot, Im gonna guess I leave everything plugged in during the boot?




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  #428386 18-Jan-2011 12:08
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Success, booted up, now setting up. Will post reply soon about connectivity,
Edit: WOOO, it worked! Thanks everyone. Everything is connected! and FAST! I love you guys in non gay kinda way!:)




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