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[ROM] [Samsung SGH-i200] [WWE] Windows Mobile 6.1

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3rd August 2009, 09:34 PM   |  #1  
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Last week I got hold of a i200 from Samsung. Nice device but it does mis some things. It also got things other smartphones don't have, like specific software.
Nevertheless I start looking for more info and I found the most info incl faq's and firmware op 4PDA, the Russian mobility site.

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try *#0228# to get this info.
or
run windows \ LCDTest.exe and press 8

Use the front camera as a mirror
Hmm. That front camera isn't very good!

* # 0 * # - then press 8 - a frontal camera

Free up memory space
To release the memory of 5 meters on the phone - go to the folder windows, collect all the mp3 files and move together on the expansion card (we are microSD) to the folder My Documents.

It can use 8GB SDHC without problems. 16GB has to be divided into 2*8GB

The faq also had a item about the firmware. Mine is i200XXHF4. But there seems to be some other version, newer or older? i don't know. You can get them here
Just scroll down to the i200.More on flashing here

Maybe cooks can do something with the firmware

There is already a kitchen to unpack the firmware, [url=http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=105877&view=findpost&p=2410342]here[/url and check here Originally it comes from the i617 kitchen here

More on the smartphone you can read on 4PDA, HERE

List of working programs

I haven't read everything yet.The thread has just 3 pages.That is the faq. The discussion thread is 145 pages! the firmware thread has 12 pages

Bug:

The calculator has a bug. Try 10-10% it is 9 Calculator says 9,9

A really big problem is. The phone drains the battery when connected to a Pc

Watch out. The links are translated from Russin to English, and contain erros, bad translations and russian words.

So have a question about the i200 put it in this thread please.Thanks to the 4PDA guys.
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More bugs. When 33%-38% power is left. It stays at this level for awhile. Then when suddenly it will display "ACC-discharge" at 15% and will drop quickly to 1%

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A really big problem is. The phone drains the battery when connected to a Pc

At least i tried it on my ASUS EeePC.

I see mine is charging, on my home PC. Didn't do anything like a register hack.

But there is another solution here (last message)


About the firmware:

* S/W Version :Pi200XXHF5 i200XXHF5
* S/W Version : i200XXHF1
* Applicable country : Italy(TIM)
* S/W Version : i200XXHF4
* Applicable country : France(BOG/XEF) UK(XEU) Netherland(XEN)
i200XBHE3
Sweden(VDS XEE) Denmark(TDC) Norway(TEN)
* S/W Version : i200XXHG2
* Applicable country : Poland(PLS PRT) FRANCE(XEF) GERMANY(DBT) BELGIUM(XEB)

From here
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--------------- didn't try------------------ --------------- Didn't try ------------------
Samsung U700 Service Menu Codes: Samsung U700 Service Menu Codes:
Admin Pass: * # 6984125 * # Admin Pass: * # 6984125 * #
Internal Pass (Master Key): * # 9072641 * # Internal Pass (Master Key): * # 9072641 * #
Pre-configuration (Operator code): # 73561 * * # Pre-configuration (Operator code): # 73561 * #

Vodafone Firmware Codes: Vodafone Firmware Codes:
Admin Pass: * # 3695147 * # Admin Pass: * # 3695147 * #
Internal Pass (Master Key): * # 3971258 * # Internal Pass (Master Key): * # 3971258 * #
Pre-configuration (Operator code): # 83301 * * # Pre-configuration (Operator code): # 83301 * #
--------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --

* # 0289 # Mode test (works) * # 0289 # Mode test (works)

* # 0228 # Battery Information (works) * # 0228 # Battery Information (works)

* # 0673 # Test MP3 (works) * # 0673 # Test MP3 (works)

* # 0782 # Date and Time (works) * # 0782 # Date and Time (works)

* # 0842 # Vibration Test (works) * # 0842 # Vibration Test (works)

* # 1111 # Version Software FTA (works) * # 1111 # Version Software FTA (works)

* # 1234 # Version Software (short) (works) * # 1234 # Version Software (short) (works)

* # 1235789 # Status Monitoring Integrity (nothing) * # 1235789 # Status Monitoring Integrity (nothing)

* # 0002 * 28346 # menu General (noting) * # 0002 * 28346 # menu General (noting)

* 2767 * 3855 # = E2P Full Reset (didn't try * 2767 * 3855 # = E2P Full Reset (didn't try wink.gif

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I like to come back to the draining of the battery. Last night I had to i200 connected to the PC. It will charge then. I hadn't disconnected my phone. This morning when I put it on the battery seems to be empty while I hadn't used it. So. When the battery is fully loaded you get a message saying to disconnect the power. This is also the case when connected to the PC. Otherwise it will drain fast. Now here's a problem, because there's no possibily to keep the phone connected for install purposese. Or you don't have to forget to disconnect it.
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Thumbs up CPU info on CPU STMicroelectronics Nomadik STn8810 RISC Microprocessor
First: Thanks hendrixus for that thread!

I own one i200 since a week and really love it! (Got mine for 55 EUR at eBay!)

If you don't really need WLAN and want a 12 key phone that can be used with one hand - there is no better choice for a real low price!



Data of the icluded CPU STMicroelectronics Nomadik STn8810 RISC Microprocessor
Type: Nomadik STn8810
Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics
Year Released: 2005
Characteristics
CPU Structure (complexity): RISC
Width of Machine Word: 32 bit
Primary (RAM) Data bus: 16 bit
Instruction Set
Supported Instruction Set(s): ARMv5TE
CPU Core: ARM926EJ
Clock Frequencies
Recommanded Maximum Clock Frequency: 264 MHz
Caches
Level 1 cache: 16KiB data cache / 32 KiB instruction cache
Technology
Semiconductor Technology: CMOS
Contacts: 324 pins
Supply Voltage: 1.2 V
Additional Details
Special Features: 32 Kbytes of public ROM (for boot purposes), 64 Kbytes of secured ROM (for security purposes), 40 Kbytes of public RAM, 16 Kbytes of secured RAM (for security code and/or data), 1 Kbyte backup
Related Page: http://www.st.com/stonline/products/...96/stn8810.htm

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Bug:
The calculator has a bug. Try 10-10% it is 9 Calculator says 9,9

The calc is working correct! You were calculating 10-0,1=9,9 because 10% = 0,1 !!!
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Question Which rom version do you have?
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Mine is i200XXHF4. But there seems to be some other version, newer or older?

Please enter *#1234# in homescreen.

My version (german!) is:

PDA: Pi200XXHF1
Phone: i200XXHF1
Date: Jun 02 08

There is all list with all the roms, on http://share4gsm.com/index.php?stron...=/Samsung/i200
But which is the newest?
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...which is the newest [ROM]?

I found the answer "datecode of flash files" here:

Example firmware i200XXHF1

i200 = Model
XX = The linguistic area
H = Year
F = Month
1 = Version of month (Minor fix in firmware within a month)

XX Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Denmark
H 2008
F June (G July)
1 - First version in month

List of known firmware and discussion in this thread.
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Exclamation i200 can't be charged on PC (USB) when it's off
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A really big problem is. The phone drains the battery when connected to a Pc.

Charging behavior makes me sick. It seems the i200 can't be charged on PC (USB) when it's off.

My i200 charges on USB if it is on. Now it is off because battery is discharged and I can't charge it via USB...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SGH-i200

First: Thanks hendrixus for that thread!

I own one i200 since a week and really love it!

It is a nice phone. I like my Omnia i900 more

Quote:

The calc is working correct! You were calculating 10-0,1=9,9 because 10% = 0,1 !!!

It isn't.
10-10%=9 cause 10% of 10=1
I200 still says 9.9 that's isn't correct.
It calc 1% instead of 10% cause 1% of 10=0,1

I tried this with several calculators. This bug was also reported on the Internet.


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Originally Posted by SGH-i200

Please enter *#1234# in homescreen.

My version (german!) is:

PDA: Pi200XXHF1
Phone: i200XXHF1
Date: Jun 02 08

My Dutch version:

PDA:Pi200XXHF4
Phone:i200XXHF4
Date: Jun, 17 08

Quote:
Originally Posted by SGH-i200

I found the answer here:

Example firmware i200XXHF1

i200 = Model
XX = The linguistic area
H = Year
F = Month
1 = Version of month (Minor fix in firmware within a month)

XX Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Denmark
H 2008
F June (G July)
1 - First version in month

List of known firmware:
i200XXHF1 - 2008 Jun (1)

i200XXHF4
2008 Jun (4)

Quote:

i200XXHF5 - 2008 Jun (5)

but "What's new"?

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Charging behavior makes me sick. It seems the i200 can't be charged on PC (USB) when it's off.

My i200 charges on USB if it is on. Now it is off because battery is discharged and I can't charge it via USB...

I think it is the same with my Omnia i900
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It isn't [working correct].
10-10%=9 cause 10% of 10=1
I200 still says 9.9 that's isn't correct.
It calc 1% instead of 10% cause 1% of 10=0,1

Right. 10% of 10 = 1
But 10% = 10/100 = 0,1

10% of 10 simply means 10/100 * 10
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percent

What you wanted to say:
10 - (10/100 * 10) = 9

What you said to the calc:
10 - 10/100 = 9,9

"Multiplicative operations (multiplication and division) take precedence over additive operations (addition and subtraction)."
From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_operations

The Calc simply did what you told him. In this simply calc there is no x% of y function.
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