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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

how to update galaxy fit gts5670 to the android firmware 2.3.6 gingerbread UBKPI official update ? here answer

  • Download the Gingerbread 2.3.6 Firmware Zip Package to your computer. In the process of extraction, you will be prompted to enter the password. Enter the password as “”.
Enter Password
  • Once you extract the files, you need to check with the extracted files from the below mentioned screen capture. Even if single file is missing, you need to check with the extraction or download process. The file size of the zip package is 108.9 MB.
Extracted Files UBKPI
  • From extracted files, open Odin executable file and turn Off the phone so as to enter the device in the download mode.
Odin for FIT
  • The download mode can be entered by holding the Volume Down button + the Home key button (the middle button). While holding these both buttons, you need to switch ON your deviceIf the device boots up in the normal mode then you need to again try entering the download mode.
  • Connect the phone to the computer while keeping the Odin opened. Within a minute, the ID : COM section will turn yellow which will mean that all the drivers have been successfully installed and you are now ready to proceed to the next step. If ID : COM section doesn’t turn yellow then you need to check with the USB Drivers as well as the KIES tool.
  • Now, Click on the “OPS” option in the Odin to select the below mentioned file, tick on “One Package” option and then select the One Package option as mentioned below.
OPS – BENI_v1.0.ops
  • Click on the “Start” tab to start the process of firmware update. Once the firmware is updated successfully, the device will be rebooted automatically. Once you see the home screen, you now need to  turn Off the phone so as to enter the device in the recovery mode.
Select Files
  • Select “Wipe data / Factory Reset” and “Wipe cache partition” to clear all the cache files if any present in your phone. After this, select “++++ Go Back ++++” and select the option of “Reboot System Now” for restarting the device.
Just in case if you face any issues in the process of firmware update or if the process gets interrupted, you will then have to reapply the whole process of firmware update.
To check whether the firmware is updated successfully or not, you need to check the same from the pathSettings > About Phone > Firmware Version where you will find the version of Android OS where it will show UBKPI 2.3.6. If the firmware version is different then that means the firmware wasn’t updated successfully and you need to apply the same again.
Congrats, you have successfully applied this latest firmware in your phoneDo let us know just in case if you face any issues in the process of updating as we will try our level best to sort out the same.
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Sunday, January 8, 2012

android faq questions an answers with video explanation

I rooted my S2 a few days back… there is a lot of info in the forums but spread all over the place and it took quite a long time to find the specific answers to some of the questions i had. Thus I’ve done a short form guide to help anyone looking to root and give them a bit of extended background and *hopefully* reduce all the copy threads/posts in the forum.
NB/ I’m no android expert. Please don’t flame if something i’ve said is wrong. Let me know/PM me and I’ll change it. This is only meant to be high level info!
2. What are the warranty implications?
Warranty is void BUT you can return the phone back to *stock* (standard manufacturer ship state) so, as long as you don’t bone anything in the root process you can get still get warranty returns.
3. What is [recovery]/[kernel]/[rom]?
Your samsung device memory is separated into different partitions to load different parts of the software to make you device work.
Typically you have the kernel partition which tells the device what to load on power on), you have the system partition where your ROM (main operating system is loaded) and you have the recovery partition which allows a user to access and write to the system partition (i.e. load custom roms).
Only difference on the galaxy s2 is that the kernel partition and recovery partition linked. What this means for you is that if you change the kernel, you also change the recovery.
4. What is stock [kernel][firmware]?….php?t=1125282
Essentially the stock kernel is the original Samsung kernel shipped on the device (split into many different variants subject to location, sub model, carrier, date etc…) and firmware essentially is the kernel with the Samsung Rom.
5. My current kernel is KG*|KF*…n, can i install any other stock kernel? What are all the different stock kernels? Can I install one over mine?
Yes you can use any Kernel from any country as long as it is for SGS2 with the correct hardware
Check the models are the same.
6. What’s the difference between Cf-Root and Clockworkmod and which do i want?
CF-Root is simply a customised version of the clockwordmod recovery. It still functions the same but cf-root has it’s own app for making direct recovery calls from within android as CF-root doesn’t function with Rom manager, where pure clockworkmod recovery does work with rom manager.
As far as I’m concerned, it’s a question of whether you want to use Rom manager really?
7. How do I root the samsung galaxy S2?
8. What is superoneclick and what is odin? Where do i get them?
Odin is a flash utility to allow you to push a kernel to your phone from your pc.
Superoneclick is a flash app that will root your phone from your pc.
If you don’t want to use superoneclick then simply flash an unsecured kernel (i.e. CF-Root) using Odin and you’ll get root already.
Look in the kernel posts and you’ll find latest versions there.
9. Can i still get OTA (over the air) updates to my stock rom eventhough I’ve rooted?
you can update via Kies and root again. Kies wont detect if your phone is rooted or not as long as you are on Stock firmware.
10. How do i get back to stock (as if nothing has ever happened to the phone/factory ship)?
Flashing a full stock rom and kernel (firmware) using odin will remove everything.
11. What is this yellow exclamation mark and how do I get round it?
Whenever you access the download mode, and write a new kernel, your phone will know you’ve changed the kernel. The exclamation mark is simply a flag for samsung to easily know whether you’ve messed with the kernel on returns. You can easily get rid of it by using a jig OR re-flashing the stock kernel following an initial root…then re-flashing the zimage from the CWM image. – Jig is far easier and quicker though.
12. What is the custom binary download counter and how can I restore it?
A counter living in the kernel to record the number of times you’ve changed the kernel. Only way to remove it is to get a usb jig…
13. What is a jig and what does it do?
it’s a little usb plugin from ebay then puts the phone into download mode (even if you bricked a kernel update) resets the kernel counter and removes the yellow exclamation mark.
Simply boot off the phone. Plug it in. The screen will say something like ‘Erasing boot information’…then unplug it and re-boot. Very simple.
A jig is a cheap and essential piece of hardware that everyone rooting should invest in!
14. What is download mode and what is recovery mode and how do I access them?
Recovery > enter recovery with the key combination of Vol Up + Home + Power
Download > Accessible on all phones, regardless of kernel via Vol Down + Home +
15. What is deodexed|Odexed?
16. Once rooted I can install custom roms, but can I overwrite the kernel?
Yes, so long as the kernel is compatible with the hardware and in some cases the rom.
17. I’ve rooted and put CF-Root XWKF(…n)…But I want to put a different kernel on and still have the CWM recovery?
Simply flash the CF-Root over the current CF-Root. However if you are updating a major version (i.e. CWM 4 to CWM 5) just check on CF-Root’s thread first.
18. I’ve pwned my device? What do I do now?
Get a jig to put back into download mode and then flash the original stock firmware.
19. My device is sim locked and/or full of carrier apps? How can I get rid?
To get rid of carrier branding and apps simply flash a different firmware/rom that isn’t branded from a carrier. See questions 4 and 5 above for lists of the different stock firmwares.
To get rid of the sim lock you have two options:
1. Root and then use one of the apps from market place (mixed success across the boards); or,
2. Extract some data from your phone in hex code and try and calculate the unlock code yourself.
I bought mine sim free so not done any of this but a quick scan of the forums turned up these two posts which may be useful.
20. What is a ‘cooked’ rom?
Cooked roms are just roms that someone has made based on the stock rom with slight high level changes. They are different from developed roms such as Cyanogen or Villainrom which receive significant low level modifications and developments.
Check out the Rom kitchen project which when released in stable version will allow you to build your own rom on the fly and select all the apps etc.. you want in it: brilliant example of the benefits of Android!
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ics update for galxy fit and pop,Tag Archives: galaxy fit custom rom DEC 3 2011 [DEV][ROM] CREED’s ROM v1.5

This ROM is Based On Indian Official ROM DDKQ5 Allowing Many
Modifications Which Wasnt Possible Before.

Some of the Main Features Of the Latest Creed’s Rom are:

*ext4 File System
*Darktemor app2sd
*Pre Rooted
*Pre Deodexed
*Busy Box Installed
*Zip Aligned System Apps
*Custom Boot Animation Enabled
*Overscroll Glow Mod Working
*CRT Screen Off Animation
*Much Faster Than The Stock ROM
*Fully Transparent and Glassy Touchwiz Launcher with Landscape Mode and Alphabetical Arrange.
*Maps With World Navigations Included
*All Apps Updated,So U Save 10-15mb Of Your Precious Memory
*Boot Time Heavily Reduced

Changes in v1.5.
*Full ICS theme
*ICS Transition Animation
*Keyboard bug Fix from v1.4
*ICS Ringtones
*Hacked Host File Added Again From v1.3
*Fully Working AllinOne RamScript
*Black Color Doesnt appears while scrolling which was there in 1.3 & 1.4
*Bigger APN list
*Removed Swype (A 10mb waste for most)
(Arabic Patch Will be Uploaded Soon)

To Flash This ROM follow the steps blow:
1.Power Off Your Phone.
2.Boot in Recovery By Pressing and Holding
Middle Button + Power Button Together.
3.Touch wont work here,so Use Volume Keys to navigate
and Middle Key for OK.
4.Do Data Reset.
5.After Data Reset take Out The Battery.
6.Boot into Download Mode by Pressing
Volume Down Key + Middle Key +Power Key altogether.
7.Connect Phone to PC via the USB.
8.Open ODIN.
9.In OPS option Select BENI.OPS.
11.In One Package Select the Creed ROM ‘.tar’ file.
12.Click On Start.
13.Wait For 5 Minutes.
14.You are Done.
HOW TO: (1.4+)

1.Download ROM and Copy to SD Card.
2.Install Clockworkmod Recovery From Here: CWM 5
3.Boot Into Recovery Mode.
4.Flash Via CWM.
5.Do a Data Reset.
Download Links and Updates:

After Downloading This ROM Install This FIle From From Recovery for Internet problem Solutions..…8&postcount=41
thax @invincible authority
CREED’s ROM v1.5 :
See the Attachments below.

1.BlackUI Patch + 1% Battery Mod (Flash Via Android Recovery)
2.Arabic RTL Fix :
3.For the 3×4 Keypad Problems Flash This Via CWM recovery in 1.4 ROM .…2&d=1314864536
4. 1.5 Rom :: 1% Battery Mod + Android Logo in apps background removed : (See the attachments)
5. For People Who Want Swype in 1.5 Rom Go Here : Swype (thanks:Gendows)
6. 1.5 Rom :: New Lockscreen and Call Receiver Style by Priyank Patel New Lockscreen+Call Receiver

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