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  # 602816 31-Mar-2012 09:28
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Yea the hong kong firmware would be my pick to guarantee the language.
It doesnt matter about i9100 vs i9100T for roms they work fine on either. I can confirm this, you may wish to find a i9100T specific modem however, but mine works fine with the one that came with the rom.

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  # 602817 31-Mar-2012 09:30
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Ps yes i think my rom does have the chinese language option.
It is dxlp7 i think it is the indonesian version

 
 
 
 




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  # 602984 31-Mar-2012 17:35
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hazza87: Ps yes i think my rom does have the chinese language option.

It is dxlp7 i think it is the indonesian version


Sounds good. Can you tell me where you got it from? Was it from samfirmware.com?

Looking there I also see a 4.03 for HK ZSLPE. I presume that would also work okay?

And you just used Odin to flash it - no need for root (which I don't need).

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  # 602987 31-Mar-2012 17:48
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Yep from Sammobile.com see here for Asian ICS firmwares.
Flashed using Odin, no need to root.
Just load up odin put the firmware in the PDA section and away you go.
Run taskmanager first and end all the processes related to Kies (it may interfere)
It even keeps all your apps and settings 

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Got a call from Samsung today to confirm my address for delivery of the TV, should get it next week.

Looks like trademe is beginning to flood with these free TVs already

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