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Join Date: Nov 2013
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Originally Posted by Haakons
I hope someone can help me resolving this problem I made myself...
I tried to install kitkat 4.4 on one old samsung S1 (the first galaxy model)
first I rooted the phone, and installed clockwork mod, and a *.zip that should contain kitkat 4.4 for the phone.
It all whent well in clockworkmod until I selected to install kitkat. It starts to install, but i get a droid with an red triangle and a exclimation mark, and then it reeboots
Is it somehow possible to reset the install and get it bak to normal? I have also the odin program. can I do something to get the phone working again?
sorry for no pics or video, but the forum didnt allow me before my 10th post..
go to youtube, search on user sixors1 and there is a video who is called cam00376. sorry for the inconvenience
thanks for reading
okay, listen. the first step is download the stock rom. in the link at the bottom of this post is a list of firmwares for i9000. choose the one from your region, and download it, (or i can give you a link to my firmware, its international, so it will almost certasinly work. you might have to unzip the downloaded file, but only once. inside should be a folder withe the firmware name. go into the folder, you shouild see
a bunch of files.
then go to odin, connect you phone in download mode,navigate to the folder with the firmware folders, then:
Click on “PDA” and select file with “CODE” in its name.
Click on “Phone” and select file with “MODEM” in its name. (Note: Ignore this step if you don’t able to find such file)
Click on “CSC” and select file with “CSC” in its name. (Note: Ignore this step if you don’t able to find such file)
Click on “PIT” and select “.pit” file. (Note: Ignore this step if you don’t able to find such file)
press start, and hopefully your phone will be back working again.
Firmware download link:
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