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Master Geek


  Reply # 543518 10-Nov-2011 10:07
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Vivasanti: Cheers fella,

Do you have a link to CWM flashable XXKG5?

:D

cant find anything on XDA

/EDIT found it O_o



 http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1277593

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Master Geek


  Reply # 543557 10-Nov-2011 11:06
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Brendan:
Damager:
droan: ok i got a problem pls help.?

Tried flashing the Dlev 5.0 just now. Something went terribly wrong and i donw know why
I followed as per XDA's instruction
had 2.3.5 and siyrah installed before i perform the following
wiped data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
install zip from sd card
the first time it installed it stop and said installation failed.
Tried rebooting and screen went black after 20 sec with bootscreen

Then i repeat ?reinstall and it said install success but after reboot the screen went black again and nothing. Power off n on and back to recovery menu?! run out of idea any one? is this officially a brick phone now?
?



Whoa.. Dlev 5 is a Galaxy S Captivate Rom! Get DLev2 3.1 and flash


Might be a bit beyond that now - he's likely screwed up the file system and/or file permissions.

Odin and a stock rom I think. Best way. I think the PIT file too.

I offer no warranty though! 


yes I do need to buy lotto :P Now phone working perfectly on Dlev 3.1 :P

I didnt know there's a diff between phone's romware. I simply search for Dlev at XDA and naturally thinking 5.0 is the latest stable one to use. No idea that it's not compatible.

Anyhow, i did pretty much you suggest but because i done it before i read your thread, i used th 2.3.5 to reflash and reinstall Dlev 3.1 and Siyrah and works like a charm now.

In my own defence, I did read almost 90% of your FAQ very carefully and I want to thank you for your work. XDA is so large to search through which can makes one noob headche searching all over the place for simple and yet hard to find answers.

A final quick question. what would you suggest the modem i use under vodafone service? I see some people suggest the KG5? is that strong in signal and easy on batt?

Ta 

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  Reply # 543562 10-Nov-2011 11:12
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droan:
Brendan:
Damager:
droan: ok i got a problem pls help.?

Tried flashing the Dlev 5.0 just now. Something went terribly wrong and i donw know why
I followed as per XDA's instruction
had 2.3.5 and siyrah installed before i perform the following
wiped data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
install zip from sd card
the first time it installed it stop and said installation failed.
Tried rebooting and screen went black after 20 sec with bootscreen

Then i repeat ?reinstall and it said install success but after reboot the screen went black again and nothing. Power off n on and back to recovery menu?! run out of idea any one? is this officially a brick phone now?
?



Whoa.. Dlev 5 is a Galaxy S Captivate Rom! Get DLev2 3.1 and flash


Might be a bit beyond that now - he's likely screwed up the file system and/or file permissions.

Odin and a stock rom I think. Best way. I think the PIT file too.

I offer no warranty though! 


yes I do need to buy lotto :P Now phone working perfectly on Dlev 3.1 :P

I didnt know there's a diff between phone's romware. I simply search for Dlev at XDA and naturally thinking 5.0 is the latest stable one to use. No idea that it's not compatible.

Anyhow, i did pretty much you suggest but because i done it before i read your thread, i used th 2.3.5 to reflash and reinstall Dlev 3.1 and Siyrah and works like a charm now.

In my own defence, I did read almost 90% of your FAQ very carefully and I want to thank you for your work. XDA is so large to search through which can makes one noob headche searching all over the place for simple and yet hard to find answers.

A final quick question. what would you suggest the modem i use under vodafone service? I see some people suggest the KG5? is that strong in signal and easy on batt?

Ta 


Yes, I've tested nearly all modems for Vodafone, and KG5 is easily the best.




Planning on building?  Check out my blog: https://homelessguy.nz/


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Master Geek


  Reply # 543565 10-Nov-2011 11:17
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nofam:
droan:
Brendan:
Damager:
droan: ok i got a problem pls help.?

Tried flashing the Dlev 5.0 just now. Something went terribly wrong and i donw know why
I followed as per XDA's instruction
had 2.3.5 and siyrah installed before i perform the following
wiped data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
install zip from sd card
the first time it installed it stop and said installation failed.
Tried rebooting and screen went black after 20 sec with bootscreen

Then i repeat ?reinstall and it said install success but after reboot the screen went black again and nothing. Power off n on and back to recovery menu?! run out of idea any one? is this officially a brick phone now?
?



Whoa.. Dlev 5 is a Galaxy S Captivate Rom! Get DLev2 3.1 and flash


Might be a bit beyond that now - he's likely screwed up the file system and/or file permissions.

Odin and a stock rom I think. Best way. I think the PIT file too.

I offer no warranty though! 


yes I do need to buy lotto :P Now phone working perfectly on Dlev 3.1 :P

I didnt know there's a diff between phone's romware. I simply search for Dlev at XDA and naturally thinking 5.0 is the latest stable one to use. No idea that it's not compatible.

Anyhow, i did pretty much you suggest but because i done it before i read your thread, i used th 2.3.5 to reflash and reinstall Dlev 3.1 and Siyrah and works like a charm now.

In my own defence, I did read almost 90% of your FAQ very carefully and I want to thank you for your work. XDA is so large to search through which can makes one noob headche searching all over the place for simple and yet hard to find answers.

A final quick question. what would you suggest the modem i use under vodafone service? I see some people suggest the KG5? is that strong in signal and easy on batt?

Ta 


Yes, I've tested nearly all modems for Vodafone, and KG5 is easily the best.


Another question, where can you find what modem version you are using from the phone? 

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  Reply # 543566 10-Nov-2011 11:18
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Maybe without all the quoting guys?

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  Reply # 543567 10-Nov-2011 11:20
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kiwitrc: Maybe without all the quoting guys?


Ok Wink




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Master Geek


  Reply # 543570 10-Nov-2011 11:22
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setting --->scroll to bottom------>about phone.

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  Reply # 543574 10-Nov-2011 11:25
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I am trying to find KG5 as thats going to be the next question, looks like Samfirmware is now sammobil.com, new site is a bit of a pig, registered and have found the official roms, do I need to download the entire Rom to get the KG5 modem or does someone know where it lives elsewhere in net land?

EDIT: Google it dipsh1t :)  http://www.multiupload.com/VB3V2ZZ4GW

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  Reply # 543575 10-Nov-2011 11:33
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kiwitrc: do I need to download the entire Rom to get the KG5 modem or does someone know where it lives elsewhere in net land?

EDIT: Google it dipsh1t :) http://www.multiupload.com/VB3V2ZZ4GW


There was also a link at the top of this page (153) posted by Kelem. That has links to all the modem versions, flashable via CWM.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 543581 10-Nov-2011 11:39
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kiwitrc: I am trying to find KG5 as thats going to be the next question, looks like Samfirmware is now sammobil.com, new site is a bit of a pig, registered and have found the official roms, do I need to download the entire Rom to get the KG5 modem or does someone know where it lives elsewhere in net land?

Can you post a link to the firmwares on the new site?  Agree it's a pig of a thing - I got sick of looking for them and gave up!




Planning on building?  Check out my blog: https://homelessguy.nz/


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  Reply # 543582 10-Nov-2011 11:41
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  Reply # 543585 10-Nov-2011 11:44
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nzgeek:
kiwitrc: do I need to download the entire Rom to get the KG5 modem or does someone know where it lives elsewhere in net land?

EDIT: Google it dipsh1t :) http://www.multiupload.com/VB3V2ZZ4GW


There was also a link at the top of this page (153) posted by Kelem. That has links to all the modem versions, flashable via CWM.


Doh! Thanks.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 543586 10-Nov-2011 11:46
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FYI i am on XT and KG5 is working pretty good (best i have found) in a place with really bad reception, probably going to port the number to Vodafone if i end up staying in NZ, everyone else (Vodafone) has fantastic reception here.

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  Reply # 543588 10-Nov-2011 11:47
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NOFAM, do you reckon KG5 is better than KI4?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 543601 10-Nov-2011 12:18
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Fark this thing eats my battery :D

well compared to my old SGS it does, im using KG5 now, seems pretty good, real test will be in the control room at work (its like an underground bunker)

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