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Question Kitkat 2 Jellybean ?

How to revert back from Kitkat 4.4.2 to Jellybean 4.x on Galaxy S
 
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How to revert back from Kitkat 4.4.2 to Jellybean 4.x on Galaxy S
Hi there,
to revert back to jellybean 4.x, you must do a few steps:
1. You would need to backup your apps and data
2. Factory reset and wipe dalvik and cache partitions
3. Download the Jellybean 4.x rom which matches with the i9000
4. Make sure you install the right kernel (in this case, this will be for jellybean android)
5. Install you new rom and thats how you revert back to Jellybean Android
May I please ask what version number of android do you want to revert back to?
Hope this helps
For information about CPU Governors or I/O schedulers or anything you can tweak in a kernel, visit: www.androidmodguide.blogspot.com

Phone: Samsung Galaxy S i9000
ROM: Cyanogenmod 11 M8 Snapshot
Kernel: Latest Neo Kernel
CPU frequency: 100-1000MHZ
CPU Governor: Intelliactive
IO scheduler: Sioplus
 
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Hi there,
to revert back to jellybean 4.x, you must do a few steps:
1. You would need to backup your apps and data
2. Factory reset and wipe dalvik and cache partitions
3. Download the Jellybean 4.x rom which matches with the i9000
4. Make sure you install the right kernel (in this case, this will be for jellybean android)
5. Install you new rom and thats how you revert back to Jellybean Android
May I please ask what version number of android do you want to revert back to?
Hope this helps
cyanogenmod 7.2

I try this steps its not successful
 
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KitKat can revert to Jelly Bean Using Odin I think.

1) Backup DATA/ETC

2) Download Odin And Gingerbread Firmwares/CFROOT

3) Flash With Odin.

4) Download the ROM you want to flash

5) Flash it.

Once when you flashed a newer Android Version and you wanted to revert, you need to restart from the beginning (Gingerbread).
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Sorry but I got confused with how you said you wanted to revert to jelly bean. Cyanogenmod 7.2 is gingerbread not jelly bean. You will need to find a kernel for gingerbread android then. (2.3.x) There is a difference beteween cyanogenmod 10 and cyanogenmod 7.2.
For information about CPU Governors or I/O schedulers or anything you can tweak in a kernel, visit: www.androidmodguide.blogspot.com

Phone: Samsung Galaxy S i9000
ROM: Cyanogenmod 11 M8 Snapshot
Kernel: Latest Neo Kernel
CPU frequency: 100-1000MHZ
CPU Governor: Intelliactive
IO scheduler: Sioplus
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If you want Jelly Bean (4.1.2, 4.2.2, 4.3.1) then follow gsstudios' first set of instructions
If you want CM7.2 (Gingerbread 2.3.7) follow amerpeacemaster's

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