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Default Samsung Galaxy 3 Samfirmware ROM

Hello everybody! Can someone please tell me which firmware should I download from this Web-site: http://www.sammobile.com/firmware/?p...00&r=1#regiona. My country is Croatia. Thanks
 
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xxjps and xxjpq ... i think these are fine and stable


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ok thx, and do i need to wipe data when installing this rom?
 
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ok thx, and do i need to wipe data when installing this rom?
yes...but mate...u don't wanna brick ur phone again do you?
i think samfirmawares have bootloaders inside...so be careful...

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Isnt JPU the latest for froyo??

Anyways yeah dont use those if you want less of a brick risk.

http://minus.com/mlbFthKfo/7f

This is JPU firmware with bootloader removed (99% impossible to hardbrick)

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thank you all, downloaded a "no bootloader" stock rom, flashed it and everything works perfect
 
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thank you all, downloaded a "no bootloader" stock rom, flashed it and everything works perfect
Great, I'm glad u solved it


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What about this I5800BAJP6 that i can see on the site? it seems to be newer. Isn't this one better?

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