Samsung Galaxy S Full Customization Guide (Part 2 of 3)


Customizing your new Android phone, flashing new firmwares, custom roms, and custom patches may seem like a lot to swallow if you’re someone who’s new to the Android scene. This guide is going to walk through pretty much EVERYTHING you need to do to get from your brand new phone to a custom, rooted phone. Estimated time to complete? About an hour or so 🙂 Note: Firmwares & roms are for the international i9000 galaxy s…Captivate & Vibrant owners, try at your own risk. Setup ADB: theunlockr.com Download Odin: New working link: ywtfyx.1fichier.com Download .512 pit: New working link: 1o2bfc.1fichier.com Download Custom Firmware for ROOT (if you know how to root through a different method, feel free to skip this method): android.modaco.com Download JM5 fimware for 2.1 (new link…The website’s in French, but the first “blue” hyperlink in the middle of the screen is the download link): 38vbx1.1fichier.com ***Password: samsung-firmwares.com Download Samset 1.9d(e) custom ROM: forum.xda-developers.com Download CFLagfix: forum.xda-developers.com Headphone fix tutorial: forum.xda-developers.com Enjoy the Tutorial! Don’t forget to Rate, Comment, and Subscribe 🙂 You can also follow me Twitter for the latest tech news & updates: twitter.com (yes, without the “n”)

SW: Battlefront Renegade Squadron Customization video


This is me playing testing Custom firmware extender 1.8 and remotejoySDL This is Star Wars Batlefront: Renegade Squadron customization menu. I just made a quick capture to test to se if this version works Again no sound, i cant find PC line in cable to reccord Srry if its too short CFW: 3.71M33-2

Samsung Galaxy S Full Froyo Customization Guide (Part 2 of 2)


Now, customizing for your Samsung Galaxy S on 2.2! This is a follow-up to my original Full Customization Guide, and is meant for those who want a quick way to get basic customizations out of their phone, or for those who are new to the customizing scene. This tutorial will show you how to: 1.) root your phone 2.) get into recovery mode 3.) get into download mode 4.) flash the JPC 2.2 beta firmware & tars using Odin (the tricky part) 5.) get your phone connected to your PC (few tips) 6.) install a lagfix to boost the performance of your phone 7.) the firmware & rom will have also fixed the headphone quality & battery percentage “guessing” nuance (it’ll also give you a nice custom battery w/ percentage shown). Downloads: Rombie v2 ROM: forum.xda-developers.com JPC 2.2 firmware (requires registration, but it’s free anyways): www.samfirmware.com TAR files: forum.xda-developers.com Enjoy the Tutorial! Don’t forget to Rate, Comment, and Subscribe 🙂 You can also follow me Twitter for the latest tech news & updates: twitter.com (yes, without the “n”)

Samsung Galaxy S Full Froyo Customization Guide (Part 2 of 2)


Now, customizing for your Samsung Galaxy S on 2.2! This is a follow-up to my original Full Customization Guide, and is meant for those who want a quick way to get basic customizations out of their phone, or for those who are new to the customizing scene. This tutorial will show you how to: 1.) root your phone 2.) get into recovery mode 3.) get into download mode 4.) flash the JPC 2.2 beta firmware & tars using Odin (the tricky part) 5.) get your phone connected to your PC (few tips) 6.) install a lagfix to boost the performance of your phone 7.) the firmware & rom will have also fixed the headphone quality & battery percentage “guessing” nuance (it’ll also give you a nice custom battery w/ percentage shown). Downloads: Rombie v2 ROM: forum.xda-developers.com JPC 2.2 firmware (requires registration, but it’s free anyways): www.samfirmware.com TAR files: forum.xda-developers.com Enjoy the Tutorial! Don’t forget to Rate, Comment, and Subscribe 🙂 You can also follow me Twitter for the latest tech news & updates: twitter.com (yes, without the “n”)

Samsung Galaxy S Full Customization Guide (Part 3 of 3) [FIXED]


Update 2: Fixed the video – this now has the CFLagfix tutorial 🙂 Props to @Tweakingg for letting me know. Update 1: I think while editing the video, I accidentally snipped the CFLagfix tutorial. I’ll go edit the video now… Customizing your new Android phone, flashing new firmwares, custom roms, and custom patches may seem like a lot to swallow if you’re someone who’s new to the Android scene. This guide is going to walk through pretty much EVERYTHING you need to do to get from your brand new phone to a custom, rooted phone. Estimated time to complete? About an hour or so 🙂 Note: Firmwares & roms are for the international i9000 galaxy s…Captivate & Vibrant owners, try at your own risk. Setup ADB: theunlockr.com Download Odin: New working link: ywtfyx.1fichier.com Download .512 pit: New working link: 1o2bfc.1fichier.com Download Custom Firmware for ROOT (if you know how to root through a different method, feel free to skip this method): android.modaco.com Download JM5 fimware for 2.1 (new link…The website’s in French, but the first “blue” hyperlink in the middle of the screen is the download link): 38vbx1.1fichier.com ***Password: samsung-firmwares.com Download Samset 1.9d(e) custom ROM: forum.xda-developers.com Download CFLagfix: forum.xda-developers.com Headphone fix tutorial: forum.xda-developers.com Enjoy the Tutorial! Don’t forget to Rate, Comment, and Subscribe 🙂 You can also follow me Twitter for the latest tech news & updates: twitter.com (yes, without the “n”)