I have read a few conflicting posts (not here) on the upcoming Froyo release and must admit have been holding off from rooting / trying different firmware’s just as yet.
Is Froyo meant to fix the lag issue on the Galaxy I9000? if so great, will wait, if not i guess i will have to try other avenues.
snowsteve: Hey Kilack,
Cheers for that reply,
I am running the stock firmware i think its JG3 ?
(under firmware version 2.1 - update 1)
(Build Number ECLAIR.DTJG4)
(Baseband Version I9000DTJG3)
I Have no issues in rooting the phone as long as what i change it to is stable and wont cause any issues with the phones hardware down the track.
I read an article that mentioned that changing the way the file system accesses the memory may cause excessive load and burn out the memory quicker, which I’m not really sure would be the case plus how long do you keep a phone? 3 years ~ would it really burn out that quick?
HTPC / Home automation (home assistant) enthusiast.
snowsteve: Thanks for your help, I'm going to give it a go tonight..
dckiwi:snowsteve: Thanks for your help, I'm going to give it a go tonight..
Hi, just be careful if you are using the Voodoo lagfix - rom manager is not working with beta1 of voodoo right now.
Think ill just do the xfjm6 update and see how i go with out running a lag fix just now, but thanks for the heads up..
snowsteve: Hmm, a bit dissapointing, i seem to possibly have the stock firmware that doesnt allow the three button "download mode", i managed to root the phne ok, but cannot put it into DL mode.
A quick web search showed loads of people having the same issue... not cool, i want to flash my phone lol any ideas anyone ?
Tried various combos for putting it in DL mode, taken the battery out after every attempt.