If you’re not yet on JG1 – flash it with Odin. I’ll report back later after letting it run and do its thing on my phone for the day. Sign In Sign Up. Decided to take the plunge and just flashed this. Posted July 16, edited.
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I flashed Paul’s MCR2 over the phone and the camera issue continues now. Yes, my password is: Just download the frozen eclair zip and install it?
Android Froyo (with Sound) on Spica – wo… | Samsung Galaxy Spica i
Opens, crashes to black and reopens itself a few times when first used and while scanning for media. No, create an account now. It just won’t stay open. According to AppBrain I have about apps about 65 Mb worth – not much With that in mind, I went for the Mb ext2 partition size, thinking that that would be ample. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I’ve got the same issue with apps closing now and then – but the camera really works fine here – from which version did u come?
[id-android] Samdroid Turbo for Samsung Spica
More apps to report. Most apps load really, really fast. I’m not complaining or being negative in anyway. Dolphin HD browser works fine. Sadroid July 15, May 17, 27 0 I think it’s great someone’s developing alternate ROMs and kernels for us now!
Installation Samdroid Turbo + Frozen Eclair sur Spica
Rooting takes less than 1 hour. Or is the “Frozen eclair” a device-independent update?
Then I could start the camera. D Good to see that hacking for the i has progressed so quickly. I notice that system still a bit ‘laggy’ when running Live Wallpapers whcih are vrye nice of courseso anything else I need to speed things up?
If this is the case, then why do you say to “make M on ext2” after giving the option to actually “choose what size you want Asmdroid just updating some android files. Even trbo they are designed to work on the Galaxy Spica, they also work fine on the Milestone and others. The most important thing to do in Odin, is ensure you check the relevant boxes before upgrading Within Odin Left hand side window [x] One Package [x] Reboot ticked [x] Protect OPS ticked [x] Reset Time ticked [ ] Debug not ticked Refer to both the video and the guide instrutions and you should have po problem.
You will only get this by using the Odin method, and suggested in the first part of samdrokd root guide.
Reply samdrojd this topic Start new topic. Buy this man a beer or two! Keep us updated regarding the performance wise and stability after you have used it for a while. Download our Official Android App: It seems to work fine after a few tries, but then behaves the same after the reboot – might be something todo with cacheing? Samsung Galaxy S Search In.
Display as a link instead. Yes I understand and I do intend to root at some stage, just not right now. You can post now and register turno. Boots up no problems, at least.