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[ROM] Original docomo SC-02B firmware SC02BOMJJ1

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Flash these files in odin with the re-partition checkbox checked, then do a factory reset from the recovery menu. You might get errors about the mmcblk0p3 partition being missing, but that partition is only needed for the dictionary app.

PIT: PIT file for SC-02B
PDA: CODE_SC02BOMJJ1.tar.md5
PHONE: MODEM_SC02BOMJJ1.tar.md5

For reference, here's how I made the backup:
Code:
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dd if=/dev/block/stl6 of=param.lfs bs=16k
dd if=/dev/block/bml7 of=zImage bs=16k
dd if=/dev/block/stl9 of=factoryfs.rfs bs=16k
dd if=/dev/block/stl10 of=dbdata.rfs bs=16k
dd if=/dev/block/stl11 of=cache.rfs bs=16k
dd if=/dev/block/bml12 of=modem.bin bs=16k

(on my pc)
tar --format=ustar -cf CODE_SC02BOMJJ1.tar zImage param.lfs dbdata.rfs factoryfs.rfs cache.rfs
md5sum -t CODE_SC02BOMJJ1.tar >> CODE_SC02BOMJJ1.tar
mv CODE_SC02BOMJJ1.tar CODE_SC02BOMJJ1.tar.md5

tar --format=ustar -cf MODEM_SC02BOMJJ1.tar modem.bin
md5sum -t MODEM_SC02BOMJJ1.tar >> MODEM_SC02BOMJJ1.tar
mv MODEM_SC02BOMJJ1.tar MODEM_SC02BOMJJ1.tar.md5
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24th February 2011, 09:03 PM |#2  
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Cool. Any note worthy app/function in it?
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Cool. Any note worthy app/function in it?

No but if you mess up your SC-02B and want to revert to its original OS, or if you want to extract something from the Japanese OS and put it in your own ROM, this is very useful to have.
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12th March 2011, 05:49 PM |#4  
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I got Samsung Galaxy S/SC-02B with Samsung 19000 firmware; with no IMIE and no base band .I flash it with your [ROM] Original docomo SC-02B firmware SC02BOMJJ1.
IMIE and baseband is back ,but when I put the sim card it say “ no data network found” and no service.
any idia
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You SC02 is SIM locked.Find it unlock service in internet.
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Thanks so much for this... I live in Tokyo and bricked my SC-02b and this saved my phone!

Much appreciated!
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i installed the Darkys ROM on my japanese Galaxy S phone..
everything but the phone worked..

this really helped.. i could get my phone back.. but i still want to go back to Darkys or another ROM.. any recommendations anyone?
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Currently there are no ROMs, themes, or kernels that will work on our phones perhaps could convince some Dev that their contribution to Japan disaster relief could be something for us to flash.

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i installed the Darkys ROM on my japanese Galaxy S phone..
everything but the phone worked..

this really helped.. i could get my phone back.. but i still want to go back to Darkys or another ROM.. any recommendations anyone?

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So i used the above files to flash my phone back to the Original Japanese OS..
Now, it does not recognize the SIM card.
is this because the phone is locked, like the post above suggests?
should i be looking into unlocking the phone? and does anyone recommend any special way to do it?
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first of all, thank you for the files that you shared here.
i have a question .. maybe you can help.
i also have a galaxy tab from docomo..
is there a way, to get the modem and dictionary files from the tab to be flashed onto the galaxy s?
your files work , but i cant get the phone to recognize the sim card.
wonder what would happen if i just took it to docomo to get it repaired.. wonder if the warrenty would cover it..
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