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S5660 - GIOPRO v1.6 (Android 2.3.6)

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13th December 2011, 08:52 AM   |  #301  
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Flashing Instructions:
  1. In CWM, wipe data/factory reset
  2. Restart phone, put it into Download mode
  3. On PC, start Odin, select Gio v1.0 for OPS
  4. Connect the Phone to PC via USB 2.0 port(important!2.0 port!)
  5. Select One Package option, search GioProv1.4.tar
  6. Ckick Start, wait until the flash finishes.
  7. After flashing completed, wipe data/factory reset again
13th December 2011, 01:54 PM   |  #302  
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Hi, does anyone know if there is a multiple-file version of this ROM that can be used with ODIN?? I currently have the s5660m version of the samsung gio, and I can only use ROMs built for s5660 by skipping phone/modem file.

The process is described in step 2 of this thread:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1013

And if the ROM is given in a single-file, how do I skip the phone/modem part when flashing?

I know in a multiple-file version, it goes something like this:

OPS = GIO_v1.0.ops
Boot = APBOOT_S5660XXKPA_CL258140_REV03_user_low_true.tar .md5
Phone = MODEM_S5660XXKP7_CL258140_REV03.tar.md5
PDA = PDA_GIOPRO_v1.1_CL258140_REV03.tar.md5
CSC = GT-S5660-csc-SERKP4.tar.md5

How would I extract these parts separately from a single tar file??

Or is there any other way to accomplish this??


Any help would be really really appreciated.

And thanks in advance to anyone who could lend a hand.



Can anyone help please?
13th December 2011, 02:16 PM   |  #303  
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Can anyone help please?

1.turn one usb debugging mode,
2.turn off phone, put your phone into Download mode (home+volume down+power)
3.open odin ,select OPS file,
4.connect to your PC
5.tick one package in option
6.select GioPRO_v_1_4-S5660.tar
7.start and wait

don't care about COM port number, it depends on your pc
13th December 2011, 02:19 PM   |  #304  
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probably you did not understand his problem.
13th December 2011, 02:42 PM   |  #305  
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skip the phone/modem part when flashing?

no way )
13th December 2011, 07:33 PM   |  #306  
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Hi, thanks for the replies above, I think what I'm trying to ask is that sometimes ROMs are compiled into 1 file format, sometimes there are multiple files, how do I convert between these two ??


How do I change the one file into multiple files, which enables me to skip certain parts, which enables me to actually use it on S5600M.

The SimpliGio+ ROM offered this functionality.


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14th December 2011, 07:03 PM   |  #307  
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short answer: you can't. you actually can't extract the file you need because it's a *.tar file. of course you can open it with 7zip but that wouldn't help you. that means it's a file that does not have any other dependencies and it can be flashed by itself along with an *.ops file. it is a so called "one package" that has all the drivers compiled along with the code for them to work. there is no solution for your problem and it will never be. but for what you need, you can take the roms that have multiple files (modem, csc, phone etc) and just skip the modem. example: you cannot use the giopro v1.4 file that is posted for download because it's a single file... but... you may have a shot if you ask the developer as in rachmat3 to give you these files... or you can use another custom rom that is based on multiple files. sorry for not giving you good news but that's how it works. good luck
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Originally Posted by JJackJi

Hi, thanks for the replies above, I think what I'm trying to ask is that sometimes ROMs are compiled into 1 file format, sometimes there are multiple files, how do I convert between these two ??


How do I change the one file into multiple files, which enables me to skip certain parts, which enables me to actually use it on S5600M.

The SimpliGio+ ROM offered this functionality.


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what u mean of this sentence "how do I convert between these two ??" ?
u want your archive consist of two parts? if u do, u can use hjsplit to make it like that
15th December 2011, 05:10 AM   |  #309  
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short answer: you can't. you actually can't extract the file you need because it's a *.tar file. of course you can open it with 7zip but that wouldn't help you. that means it's a file that does not have any other dependencies and it can be flashed by itself along with an *.ops file. it is a so called "one package" that has all the drivers compiled along with the code for them to work. there is no solution for your problem and it will nmyever be. but for what you need, you can take the roms that have multiple files (modem, csc, phone etc) and just skip the modem. example: you cannot use the giopro v1.4 file that is posted for download because it's a single file... but... you may have a shot if you ask the developer as in rachmat3 to give you these files... or you can use another custom rom that is based on multiple files. sorry for not giving you good news but that's how it works. good luck




Thank you for your reply. This is exactly what I've been looking for, it is sad news but at least now I know :)

Thanks again. Cheers!

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what u mean of this sentence "how do I convert between these two ??" ?
u want your archive consist of two parts? if u do, u can use hjsplit to make it like that


What I meant was how do I take a sing package(. Tar) file and break it Into the separate files that Odin uses when using the multiple file method. If I can do that I can choose to skip some files. The reply above you told me this can't be done.

Anyways thanks for all help from everyone. :)
15th December 2011, 01:21 PM   |  #310  
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New 1.4 is... sucks. Launcher is made in china, i had bootloop but now working. Is new kernel and it is good reason for update.

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