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[Firmware] Stock "Nordic" I9250 ITL41F.XWKK9 firmware (Odin)

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22nd December 2011, 08:35 AM   |  #1  
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Not very new or exciting, but for those who for whatever reason want to go back to their Nordic yakjuxw firmware, here it is.

It requires I9250 Odin, which is also attached to this post.

Firmware download: (tar.md5 file, Unpack with 7-zip)
http://www.multiupload.com/2EUJIL7QV3

Source: modaco forum. Downloaded from Filesonic, joined, repackaged and uploaded to multiupload.

If the multiupload link doesn't work, you can always try downloading the original rar-files from the modaco forums and filesonic:
Original modaco thread.

My own neX-files mirror:
http://neXfiles.kjonigsen.net/firmware/xwkk9-odin/

If that doesn't work, I have a mirror on box.com here:
Part 1: http://www.box.com/s/g6p1h13nmo8j8l1jthcj
Part 2: http://www.box.com/s/eqyy9fqevc81omo70xe8


You only need this if the original multiupload link does not work.

I9250 Odin:
Attached to this post, but also downloadable from box.com
http://www.box.com/s/zsnje79s2y40b9b7c62s

Baseband is XXKK1.

To flash this follow the following guide:
1. Download file.
2. Unpack 7zip file. You should now have a 4-500MBish file with an extension of "tar.md5". Do NOT rename it or attempt to open.
3. Put your phone in Odin/Download-mode. To do this you have to power it off, then hold volume down and while keeping that pressed, press power. Your phone should boot into Odin/Download-mode. This should be reported on screen.
4. Connect your phone to your PC via USB.
5. Ensure your PC recognizes the phone as a valid "Gadget serial" device. If device manager is reporting new "Unknown devices" chances are Odin will not be able to connect to your Galaxy Nexus. If this happens, check chainfire's thread for more help on getting Odin and drivers working:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1394051
6. Disconnect your phone from the PC.
7. Start Odin as Administrator (not sure this is needed, but oh well)
8. Reconnect your phone to the PC. Observe that Odin recognizes the phone.
9. Choose the unpacked firmware file in the PDA section.
10. Choose the supplied PIT-file and make sure repartition is checked.
11. Click start.
12. Wait. Watch your phone reboot into stock.

Edit 2:
Added clarifications about which files are needed.
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How does one use this with odin (never had a samsung device so Odin is pretty new to me).

I tried to flash it but it just reads the MD5 sum, and then quits.
22nd December 2011, 09:52 AM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by josteink

Not very new or exciting, but for those who for whatever reason want to go back to their Nordic yakjuxw firmware, here it is.

It requires I9250 Odin, which is also attached to this post.

Firmware download:
http://www.multiupload.com/2EUJIL7QV3

Original rars from modaco if MU for whatever reason "is down".
Part 1: http://www.box.com/s/g6p1h13nmo8j8l1jthcj
Part 2: http://www.box.com/s/eqyy9fqevc81omo70xe8

I9250 Odin:
Attached to this post, but also downloadable from box.com
http://www.box.com/s/zsnje79s2y40b9b7c62s




Baseband is XXKK1.

Edit:
Source modaco forum. Downloaded from Filesonic, joined, repackaged and uploaded to multiupload.
http://android.modaco.com/topic/3494...-newest-build/


Thanks, but your multiupload link leads to modaco forum and a part1 and part2 ? how am I supposed to flash them?

Edit: Sorry. Ima make myself some coffee

Edit 2: I think it would be wise to post a turorial. Users will keep asking you how to.
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Thanks, but your multiupload link leads to modaco forum and a part1 and part2 ? how am I supposed to flash them?

Edit: Sorry. Ima make myself some coffee

Edit 2: I think it would be wise to post a turorial. Users will keep asking you how to.

Sorry. Only multiupload version and Odin should be required. File downloaded from multiupload should be unpacked with 7zip.
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Sorry. Only multiupload version and Odin should be required. File downloaded from multiupload should be unpacked with 7zip.

Thanks friend. I will try flash this in a bit. I guess this will wipe everything?

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How does one use this with odin (never had a samsung device so Odin is pretty new to me).

I tried to flash it but it just reads the MD5 sum, and then quits.

Boot into download mode. Power off - vol down + power, should do it. Remember you need the samsung drivers for odin to recognize your GN.
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How does one use this with odin (never had a samsung device so Odin is pretty new to me).

I tried to flash it but it just reads the MD5 sum, and then quits.

Did you unpack the 7zip file? The file you use in Odin should have the extension "tar.md5".
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Quote:
Originally Posted by josteink

Did you unpack the 7zip file? The file you use in Odin should have the extension "tar.md5".

Yes unpacked it and got that file.

Should Odin somehow recognize the phone?

And I put that file on the PDA box?
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Thanks friend. I will try flash this in a bit. I guess this will wipe everything?

I honestly haven't tried this particular build myself, but everytime I've flashed a build via Odin (for my SGS1) it has wiped my setup.

If you use the provided PIT-file and check "repartition" you will 100% guaranteed wipe everything on your phone.

Sometimes this is overkill. Sometimes that's what you want (get to a known factory state, with no unknown weirdo artifacts from previous flashings).
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Infra

Yes unpacked it and got that file.

Should Odin somehow recognize the phone?

And I put that file on the PDA box?

If you have the correct drivers for your galaxy nexus, Odin should recognize the phone when it is in Odin/Download mode. (Power off. Hold volume-down. Press power-on).

If you are unsure about drivers, check chainfire's thread which has more details, more discussion and links to kown good drivers.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1394051

And yes. This should go in the PDA section in Odin.

Edit: Added a guide to the first post.
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