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13th June 2011, 10:31 AM |#301  
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Apologies for newbie question. But not used Odin before... if I update using that with this firmware will it invalidate my warranty and do I need to be rooted?

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13th June 2011, 10:32 AM |#302  
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People too stupid to read a few postings back... unbelievable
13th June 2011, 10:35 AM |#303  
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does it wipe or not ?

no wipe sir,I do it all the time.
13th June 2011, 10:39 AM |#304  
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I9100XWKF1 is still 2.3.3. Over 10 min online.

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What the hell. The I9000 already has 2.3.4 and so do lower devices. But for all other models in the I9xxx series they seem to have problems of updsting to 2.3.4 why is that?


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13th June 2011, 10:43 AM |#305  
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What the hell. The I9000 already has 2.3.4 and so do lower devices. But for all other models in the I9xxx series they seem to have problems of updsting to 2.3.4 why is that?

They must be putting a little more effort into the Galaxy S2's Firmware

and the TouchWiz 4.0 UI is still in early days, so they're probably making sure that it works perfectly (Samsung have obviously learnt alot in recent times, and I think that after they read the feedback about TW3.0, they really want to get TW4.0 right this time!)
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I think maybe Samsung is including some of the firmware fixes with the update 2.3.4 OS update which are two different things...

well i hope so that they include the fix...which makes it worth waiting...
the other reason might be Samsung is just testing the comptability of SGS2 hardware with the update OS... which is not gud enough for me....

The yellow shade on the left of display + the pink spot on camera...are purely samsung issues...and need addressing quickly
13th June 2011, 11:00 AM |#307  
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I think maybe Samsung is including some of the firmware fixes with the update 2.3.4 OS update which are two different things...

well i hope so that they include the fix...which makes it worth waiting...
the other reason might be Samsung is just testing the comptability of SGS2 hardware with the update OS... which is not gud enough for me....

The yellow shade on the left of display + the pink spot on camera...are purely samsung issues...and need addressing quickly

Sorry but I was an original Nexus One owner... direct from the states and that suffered from this pink spot when taking a photo of white A4 sheet of paper... so this may be more widespread than you think... I would go as far as to say "most" handsets may have this issue but the bigger the handset, the more intense the scrutiny. As for the yellow tint.. i am just lucky...
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no wipe sir,I do it all the time.

but its 3 files doesnt that mean wipe? do i have to use pit file?
13th June 2011, 11:08 AM |#309  
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I flashed it.
Sorry for my comments earlier.
For those who ask wipe it everything I give the wrong answer.
You must extract the files,then you got three files,and then you have also the pitfile.In odin with one file repartition off.
With four files repartition on.
It wipes everything.
Backup first and then flash.
Sorry my mistake for giving not the right answers.
13th June 2011, 11:37 AM |#310  
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