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Default June 13 build for P6200, P6201, P6200L...

Since a few brave users have been testing the P6200 build on various P6200 variants, I decided to add support for those devices to the ROM. Here's a new build, freshly compiled, which should work on both the P6201 and the P6200L:

Download: goo-inside.me (md5: e752faa9ed411c77f88295ccfbad1e2c)
Flash: use ClockworkMod Recovery, make sure to do a data wipe first!

Report back after flashing... we want all the details.

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I've been following this right from the start, and it's nice to see the baby walking already !!! Just one q: what (detailed, please !) steps to take to install on y P6200L ? Read soething 'bout "asserts", and I don't know enough... sorry to tell ! Can someone explain, pls ?
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Not sure i f this is of any help, but 22 hours ago the Galaxy S2 ICS source was released. It's probably useless but since we share some hardware, maybe the wifi is identical, too? http://opensource.samsung.com/recept...Value=SGH-T989
Not sure if it will help... that phone uses a Qualcomm CPU, and most likely a Broadcom wifi chip (though I'm not sure). We use an Atheros wifi chip.
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Since a few brave users have been testing the P6200 build on various P6200 variants, I decided to add support for those devices to the ROM. Here's a new build, freshly compiled, which should work on both the P6201 and the P6200L:

Download: goo-inside.me (md5: e752faa9ed411c77f88295ccfbad1e2c)
Flash: use ClockworkMod Recovery, make sure to do a data wipe first!

Report back after flashing... we want all the details.

Here you go!
Thanks man, you really really rock !
 
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I've been following this right from the start, and it's nice to see the baby walking already !!! Just one q: what (detailed, please !) steps to take to install on y P6200L ? Read soething 'bout "asserts", and I don't know enough... sorry to tell ! Can someone explain, pls ?
First you need to install the CWM, I've attached it on the General Area in a topic called Found P6200L Firmware, grab it and install, then download this CM9.

Make sure to create a backup first.

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http://ccore.tk/downloads/CM9_UNOFFI...CIAL_P6200.zip
http://ccore.tk/downloads/CM9_UNOFFI...CIAL_P6210.zip
I renamed the links and will try to keep them up to date. With the renamed files I can update them without you having to change the link all the time.
Last update:
http://ccore.tk/downloads/CM9_UNOFFI...ast-update.txt
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Ah, good. The SGH-T869?
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First you need to install the CWM, I've attached it on the General Area in a topic called Found P6200L Firmware, grab it and install, then download this CM9.

Make sure to create a backup first.

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Worked flawlessly ! Thanks man... or should I say muito obrigado ?
 
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Worked flawlessly ! Thanks man... or should I say muito obrigado ?
Sem problemas, either way is fine

Now I'll test calling and SMS as aorth asked.

Calling, SMS and cellular data are working aorth using the latest build Oh and wifi almost worked, it shows my network but I can't connect, it hangs at obtaining ip address, I know you already knows that.
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i have flash cm9 3.2 old build to P6200L and reflash modem P6200LDCKK8
it's use fine on 3G network in thailand but its lost connection sometime
is this build fix this problem right?
 
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Alright, downloading right now.. thanx 4 your great work so far!

Just one thing: *got brickbug* sais that i got the brick bug with 0x19. Any changes for the flashing procedure with that?
Or is that more a matter of luck?
I guess any kind of backups r just senseless with ****ty flashing firmware.
So whats the best way to avoid an expensive brick? Just not to flash?

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Alright, downloading right now.. thanx 4 your great work so far!

Just one thing: *got brickbug* sais that i got the brick bug with 0x19. Any changes for the flashing procedure with that?
Or is that more a matter of luck?
I guess any kind of backups r just senseless with ****ty flashing firmware.
So whats the best way to avoid an expensive brick? Just not to flash?
Brickbug reports if your device is using a flash firmware with a known-buggy firmware. From what I've read it's only certain kernels which trigger this bug. On the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Note it was only triggered by kernels in the leaked ICS builds, and on some occasions official ICS builds.

As long as you're using my or garyd9's ClockworkMod recovery you should be safe; we're using either the Honeycomb kernel (Linux 2.6.36) or the CM9 ICS kernel (Linux 3.0.x), both of which should be safe.

For what it's worth, my tab also reports that it has a buggy flash firmware. I flash and erase ALL the time, and I'm ok.

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