I have a big problem with my GT-i9000 (yes its very old!)
I think first I have to explain the situation:
When I was 12 I wanted to learning Android App Development because I can program JAVA and I know that Android is JAVA. So my dad bought me a (used) phone with a Telecom branding from Germany (my home country). The GT-I9000, Samsung's flagship! I began to develop Apps. After a while, I flashed a Custom Recovery and i rooted it to install CyanogenMod 11.2. All went fine! Until i wanted to install TouchWiz over a Mod per CWM. But that went wrong... I don't know how but I was able to flash CM 11.2 again. But everytime when I flashed something, my phone didn't boot right. It always kept in the bootscreen. The cm circle circulated for hours.. But every time it was possible to fix that. I only had to delete my /system folder before flashing anything. But once (now, 2 years after I bought my phone), I wanted to flash Paranoid Android 4.4.4 (I already tested it and all went fine s it wasn't incompatible). I deletd the system folder like everytime and... Status 7... I tried to flash the stock ROM because i cant put another custem rom on my phone without any firmware (remember i deleted /system).
But i dont know my Bseband version and the CSC code... I tried to flash CWM with some Kernels. It was pposible but as i wanted to flash anything, it couldn't find the /sdcard or /sdcard1 folder
What to do? Does anyone know whats my CSC code, and post me a complete package witch all the files I need?