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got an aussie galaxy s??? come here and ill anwser your questions

When will 2.2.1 be released in Australia?

Too hard to answer... ha ha ha
 
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Prob before the US
So easy to do it yourself anyway.
Install CWM with Odin, then go to Docs kitchen and install the non-wipe version.
Bonus it shall work and is no dodgy Kies involved plus you get a real kernel, Speedmod etc and can convert the entire file system to ext4 aswell... Worth it just for the huge speed increase etc from stock..

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it will be realeased in mid 2011 but in not going to tell u the real realease but i will be telling later on in the year


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whats the difference between the Australian models and the Europe models? Cause I've istalled a Europe firmware and then Darkyy's ROM, works fine.
 
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well it usually depends on what carrier your on. for example if your on optus u might get an australian open app. or if your on sprint you might get a wi fi hotspot option in the settings. the possibilities are endless... ill keep u updated on these changes


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Nice to have an Ozzy thread. been in the dark for to long!Lol
I wont to flash the new xwjs3 with pit 803 using our CSC!
 
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Nice to have an Ozzy thread. been in the dark for to long!Lol
I wont to flash the new xwjs3 with pit 803 using our CSC!
yes i agree....

actually it appears that both of us are working on the same thing!!!! ill pm u as sson as possible when i figue it out
 
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I wont to flash the new xwjs3 with pit 803 using our CSC!
yes i agree!!! us aussies need to stand up!!!

anyway about your question........

try this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?p=9745489

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yes i agree!!! us aussies need to stand up!!!

anyway about your question........

try this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?p=9745489

if that didnt help.....

pm me.....
Looks like while you were looking there I was looking here http://romkitchen.org/sgs/?s=generator

downloaded the file but don't know what to do with it .it's saying I need clockworkmod recovery to install feel lazy to do the prosess. I thought it would have been a odin flash and thats it.
Still might just go for the original xwjs3 flash unless someone know an odin flash way for romkitchen?

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