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By philidor, Senior Member on 17th October 2010, 02:26 PM
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Please ONLY update with KIES WITHOUT Registry hacking

Recently, this post has become a collection point for the product code and the latest firmware version of the SGS. Please communicate ONLY where update is available in an official way (country and product code). If you want to update the list of product codes and firmware available please send me private messages with the correction to be made in order not to complicate this post

If you want to update your S Galaxy and you have a unofficial rom you can use ODIN to flash an official rom

A good video guide to flashing Samsung Galaxy S with Odin is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpWcM44On88

I would like to keep the post short and simple. So please don't post complaints about delays in updating or speculation about release dates (hopefully soon).
I thank all the people who contribute, I'll try to keep updated on the first page.


FROYO 2.2.1 ARE IN BLUE
Gingerbread ARE IN GREEN

For NOW

AVAILABLE

Argentina (Unbranded): GT-I9000HKPARO --> PDA: JPG / Phone: JPG / CSC: JP4
Belgium: GT-I9000HKAPRO --> PDA: JS5 / PHONE: JPY / CSC: JS1
Australia (Unbranded / Virgin): GT-I9000HKAXSA Froyo 2.2
Australia (Vodafone): GT-I9000HKAVAU Froyo 2.2
Australia (Three): GT-I9000HKAHUT Froyo 2.2
Australia (Optus): GT-I9000HKAOPS -- > Froyo 2.2
Australia (Telstra): GT-I9000HKTTEL --> Froyo 2.2
Austria (T-Mobile): GT-I9000HKDMAX --> PDA:JS5 / Phone:JPY / CSC:JS4
Austria (A1): GT-I9000HKDMOB --> PDA:JPA / Phone:JPP / CSC:JP1
Belgium: GT-I9000HKAPRO --> PDA:JPA / PHONE:JPP/ CSC:JPA
???? Bulgaria: GT-I9000HKDCOS --> PDA:JP7 / PHONE:JPP / CSC:JP6 ????
Bulgaria: GT-I9000HKDMTL --> PDA:JP7 / PHONE:JPP / CSC:JP6
Canada: GT-I9000HKABMC --> PDA:KG3 / PHONE:KG3 / CSC:KG3 (Firmware version: 2.3.3)
Chile: GT-???? --> I9000BVJJV3/I9000BCHLJV2/I9000BVJJV3/I9000BVJJV3
Croatia (VIP): GT-I9000HKDVIP --> PDA:JP9 / PHONE: JPP / CSC: JP8
Croatia (T-Mobile): GT-I9000HKDCRO --> PDA:JPB / PHONE:JP3 / CSC:JP4
Czech Republic: GT-I9000HKAXEZ --> PDA:JPF / PHONE:JPP / CSC:JP8
Czech Republic (T-Mobile): GT-I9000HKDTMZ --> PDA:JPB / PHONE:JP3 / CSC:JP5
Estonia (EMT) GT-I9000XXJPY --> PDA:JS5 / PHONE:JPY / CSC:JS2(SEB)
Europe Countries: GT-I9000HKDXEU --> I9000XXJVO/I9000OXAJVO/I9000XXJVO/I9000XXJVO (2.3.3)
Finland: GT-I9000HKDNEE --> Froyo 2.2.1 (PDA: / PHONE: / CSC: ???)
France : GT-I9000HKDXEF --> PDA:XWJVH / PHONE:XXJVO / CSC: XEFJV2
France (NRJ): --> PDA: JS7 / PHONE: JPZ / CSC: JS2
France (Bouygues): GT-I9000HKDBOG --> PDA:JP5 / PHONE:FJPP / CSC:JP1
France (SFR): GT-I9000HKDSFR --> PDA:JP8 / PHONE:JP5 / CSC:JP4
Germany: GT-I9000HKDDBT --> PDA:JVI / PHONE:JVO / CSC:JV2
Germany(o2): GT-I9000HKDVIA --> PDA: JP4 / PHONE: JP3 / CSC: JP2
Greece (Vodafone GR) Galaxy S I9000XXJVO, PDA: JVI, Phone: JVO, CSC: JV2(DBT)
Hong Kong: GT-I9000HKATGY --> PDA: JPD / PHONE: JPE / CSC:JPD
Hungary (Unbranded): GT-I9000HKDXEH --> I9000XWJVN/I9000XXJV9/I9000XXJVQ/I9000XWJVN
Hungary (Vodafone): GT-I9000HKDVDH --> I9000XWJVN/I9000OXXJV9/I9000XXJVQ/I9000XWJVN
Hungary (Telenor): GT-I9000HKDPAN --> I9000XWJVT/I9000PANJV2/I9000XXJVR/I9000XWJVT
Hungary (t-Mobile): GT-I9000HKDTMH --> I9000XWJVT/I9000TMHJV2/I9000XXJVR/I9000XWJVT
India: GT-I9000HKAINU --> PDA:JP6 / PHONE:JP2 / CSC:JP5
Indonesia: GT-I9000DXJG4 --> PDA: JPA / PHONE: JPA / CSC: JPA
Ireland (O2): --> PDA: JPE / PHONE: JPP / CSC: JP8
Ireland (Vodafone): PDA: JPA / PHONE: JPP / CSC: JP7
Italy (Unbranded): GT-I9000HKDITV --> PDA JV3 / PHONE JVO / CSC JV1
Italy (TIM): GT-I9000HKDHUI --> PDA:JV4 / PHONE:JVO / CSC:JV1
Italy (TRE): GT-I9000HKDHUI --> PDA:JVE / PHONE:JV5 / CSC:JV5
Italy (VODAFONE): GT-I9000HKDHUI --> PDA:JVA / PHONE:JV3 / CSC:JV6
Italy (WIND): GT-I9000HKDHUI --> PDA:JV4 / PHONE:JVO / CSC:JV3

Latin America (I9000T): --> PDA: I9000TUBJV6 / PHONE: I9000TUBJV6 / CSC: I9000TUUBJV6 productcode?
Lithuania(Omnitel): GT-I9000HKASEB --> PDA:JS5 / PHONE:JPY / CSC:JS2
Macedonia (T-Mobile): --> PDA:JPB / PHONE:JP3 / CSC:JP4
Malaysia: GT-I9000HKAXME PDA:JPA PHONE:JPA CSC:JPA
Marocco (MarocTelecom): GT-I9000HKAMAT --> PDA:JPF / PHONE:JPD / CSC:JPF
Netherlands: GT-I9000HKDXEN --> PDA: JVH / PHONE: JVO / CSC: JV4
New Zealand (Vodafone) : GTI9000HKYVNZ --> PDA: JVH, Phone: JV1, CSC: JV1
Nordic Countries: GT-I9000HKDXEE --> PDA:JPA / PHONE:JPP / CSC: JP4
Philippines: GT-I9000HKAGLB --> PDA: JV9 / PHONE: JV9 / CSC: JV9
Portugal: GT-I9000HKATPH-> PDA:JS5 / PHONE:JPY / CSC: JS4
Portugal (TMN): GT-I9000HKDTMN --> PDA: JPA / PHONE: JPP / CSC: JP3
Portugal (Vodafone): GT-I9000HKDTCL --> PDA:JP7 / PHONE:JP5 / CSC:JP5
Romania (Orange): GT-I9000HKDORO --> I9000XFJV5/I9000OROJV1/I9000XXJVQ/I9000XFJV5
Romania (Vodafone): GT-I9000HKDCNX -->I9000XFJV5/I9000OXFJV1/I9000XXJVQ/I9000XFJV5
Singapore: GT-I9000HKAXSP --> PDA:XJV9 / Phone:XJV9 / CSC:BJV9
Slovenia (Mobitel): GT-I9000HKDMOT --> PDA: JS4 / PHONE: JPY / CSC: JS2
Spain: GT-???? --> PDA:JVI / PHONE:JVO / CSC:JV2 ??
Spain (Vodafone): I9000BUJVA --> PDA:JVA / PHONE:JV3 /CSC:JV6
Spain(Movistar): GT-I9000HKDXEC PDA:JP3 / PHONE:JP2 / CSC:JP2
Spain(vodafone): I9000BUJVA --> PDA:JVA / PHONE:JV3 /CSC:JV6
Sweden: GT-I9000HKAXEE --> PDA:JPA / PHONE:JPP / CSC: JP4
Turkey: GT-I9000HKDTRC --> I9000JVJV9 - I9000TRCJV5 ? 2.3.3
U.K.(Vodafone): GT-I9000HKDVOD --> PDA: I9000BUJV9 / Phone: I9000BUJV3 /CSC: I9000GVODJV5 (2.3.3)
U.K.(T-Mobile): GT-I9000HKDTMU --> PDA: I9000BUJV8 / Phone: I9000BUJVO /CSC: I9000GVODJV7 (2.3.3)
Pease post only new country or correction


Even If I Don't Reply To Posts I Tell Everyone Thanks For Your Help!
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17th October 2010, 02:51 PM |#2  
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Not yet in the Netherlands (XEN).
17th October 2010, 02:53 PM |#3  
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If it ISN'T there then DON'T post. All you're doing is spamming the thread!

Edit: If it is a correction it would be good idea to state that it is a correction. That way I can tell spam from good posts.
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Originally Posted by nemethb

If it ISN'T there then DON'T post. All you're doing is spamming the thread!


Well excuse me mister, no need for such an attitude. If there are errors in the OP, they should be rectified. Didn't OP ask to:
"Pease post only new country or correction WITHOUT Registry hacking".

So please DONT spam this thread with useless comments, thank you.
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No, he is right, people dont use their brains because there was already thread like this and it was filled with those lame "nothing here" answers and with those with reg hack. With reghack, EVERYBODY has Froyo update because you make Kies to think that you are sitting in Finland or Sweden.

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17th October 2010, 03:02 PM |#7  
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Not available in UK as yet on any network.
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Instead of complaining about people posting "not yet". why not update the OP with the Country and Cell Company and mention it's not available. So that people don't have to post it.

For instance:

Canada (Bell) - Not available.


This will avoid further posts from Canadian Bell users. It'd also make the list much more comprehensive and useful.
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No, he is right, people dont use their brains because there was already thread like this and it was filled with those lame "nothing here" answers and with those with reg hack. With reghack, EVERYBODY has Froyo update because you make Kies to think that you are sitting in Finland or Sweden.

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Fully agree, I know the other thread and the comments you are refering to are useless for sure. But this OP asked for corrections on the proposed list. Well, no Froyo in the Netherlands (any network) yet WITHOUT reghack, so it should be removed from the OP (otherwise, it kinda makes this topic useless, doesn't it).
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update 7.11.2010

Germany GT-I9000HKDDBT --> PDA:JPO / PHONE:JPP / CSC:JP3

Froyo AVAILABLE
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My apologies. I was just reading the other thread and got sick of seeing people say not here, blah blah blah. I didn't realize you were stating a correction. Should have done what this guy (^) did.

My message still stands though. Hopefully no idiots make not here posts.

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Fully agree, I know the other thread and the comments you are refering to are useless for sure. But this OP asked for corrections on the proposed list. Well, no Froyo in the Netherlands (any network) yet WITHOUT reghack, so it should be removed from the OP (otherwise, it kinda makes this topic useless, doesn't it).

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