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Topic # 79690 21-Mar-2011 08:09
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Hi All,

I updated the firmware on my Samsung Galaxy S last night from the standard Telecom issue firmware. I did it with the instructions via this link:

http://androidadvices.com/update-samsung-galaxy-s-i9000-to-gingerbread-android-2-3-2/

The update worked fine and phone powered back up normally.

But...

I can ring out, but cannot get any phone calls or TXT messages, nor can I browse the web. I've tried entering all the APN settings etc but nothing seems to work.

Is there something I am doing wrong, or a better way to upgrade the firmware?

Ta

Scott.

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  Reply # 450260 21-Mar-2011 08:45
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tiz: Hi All,

I updated the firmware on my Samsung Galaxy S last night from the standard Telecom issue firmware. I did it with the instructions via this link:

http://androidadvices.com/update-samsung-galaxy-s-i9000-to-gingerbread-android-2-3-2/

The update worked fine and phone powered back up normally.

But...

I can ring out, but cannot get any phone calls or TXT messages, nor can I browse the web. I've tried entering all the APN settings etc but nothing seems to work.

Is there something I am doing wrong, or a better way to upgrade the firmware?

Ta

Scott.


"Ensure that you are having Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000 as the firmware is only for this phone and not for any other similar phones like Captivate, mesmerize Fascinate, Epic, I 9003 etc though that might look similar."
Reading up the information on the website, it appears that the update is for Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000 only and not for any other models. The model that Telecom sells is Samsung Galaxy S I9000T. You could try reflashing another modem.


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  Reply # 450295 21-Mar-2011 10:23
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I'm going round in circles here...

Can someone please be a massive help and provide some files to use?

I'd like to get it up and running with froyo...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 455453 5-Apr-2011 11:27
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Its a possibility that you have disabled 850Mhz. Is your reception okay? Type in *#0011#, and the third option will tell you which band you are on.

If you want to check the enabled frequencies, you can try these instructions.

http://androidforums.com/samsung-galaxy-s/258859-how-enable-850mhz-3g-network-frequency-your-samsung-i9000-galaxy-s.html


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  Reply # 455501 5-Apr-2011 12:53
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Thanx for the link.

One of the guys here has a i5800 from Voda and the menu looks the same so he's going to try it with his XT SIM




Regards,

Old3eyes


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