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Topic # 98197 26-Feb-2012 14:16
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Hi All
after a couple of false starts with other versions I am running ICS 4.0.4 on my i9000T (Telecom) using this rom following instructions from here

 Plus l am using "Modem_UGKC1_ICS.CM.I9000" from this site
search for samsung then i9000 then ICS CM Modems then 850 in box on lower left hand side of screen

also it all has to be installed using CWM after Back up etc 

one thing I have found DON'T let contacts sinc with Google or else you get duplicate entry's

am using Go Dialer  for t9 dialing & contacts etc. plus Go SMS as I like it, also trying out the Nova launcher as seems to work well with ICS

so far all going well hope it stays that way


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 587219 27-Feb-2012 09:38
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Hi Pete,

Thanks for your post. I upgraded my Telecom SGS from Darky rom to Onecosmics ICS and discovered that the GPS and magnetometer had stopped working, (calls and data were still all good).  I wasn't sure which modem to switch to or where to find it, (I am new to this stuff).

Just for the next person that comes along, you can find the modem (Modem_UGKC1_ICS.CM.I9000) on under /Samsung/2.I9000/ICS_CM_Modems/850_Modems_CM.

So all good now, makes calls, GPS and magnetometer all working, life is sweet.


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