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[APP][Update] SGS kernel flasher v1.6.2 - flash a kernel within android

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24th May 2011, 08:37 AM |#171  
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Any word on getting this to work for cm7?
 
 
24th May 2011, 02:07 PM |#172  
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i flash the Voodoo lagfix (Voodoo-stable-5.5.3-Froyo-GT-I9000-unsigned-update.zip) by using SGS Kernel Flasher, everything work fine and i did back up the stock kernel. However, when i try to undo the voodoo lagfix by flash the back up stock kernel, it just dont work. My SGS has rebooted and sit on the first Galaxy S screen for more than 30 minutes. No female voice. After an hour waiting, i decided to end the flash by take out the battery. Can anyone help me to unbrick my SGS?
24th May 2011, 02:13 PM |#173  
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You have to disable lagfix before anything else.
But now, perhaps you could flash EZboot-Froyo, reboot in recovery, navigate the menus and disable lagfix. Then you need to reflash whatever firmware and rom you're on.

But if you want to give a try to Insanity-cm-003 (or cm7), just go back to recovery and flash the rom (it needs the Froyo bootloader).

Let's hope this helps you.
24th May 2011, 02:38 PM |#174  
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If u dont mind, can u show me the link for tutorial of flash rom to brick sgs?
11th June 2011, 11:22 AM |#175  
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very very best apk THANKS
3rd July 2011, 07:52 AM |#176  
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can you add a cleaning kernel script before flashing a new kernel on your app??
3rd July 2011, 01:55 PM |#177  
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I'm a real noob, but if I understood correctly, this app flashes the kernel the same way u flash stuff with Odin? If yes, then this will save a lot of time for me
3rd July 2011, 04:23 PM |#178  
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Originally Posted by secreetadm

can you add a cleaning kernel script before flashing a new kernel on your app??

What exactly should this script clean up?

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I'm a real noob, but if I understood correctly, this app flashes the kernel the same way u flash stuff with Odin? If yes, then this will save a lot of time for me

Correct, but only the kernel.

Bootloader, etc. would also be possible to flash with this app, but i dont want to get bothered by people that really (hard-) brick their phones.
If a kernel flash went wrong, you are always able to recover from that with Odin.
With bootloader and such it is difficult, only a jtag can help in that case.
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29th August 2011, 04:27 PM |#179  
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Thanks for the app.

Anxiously waiting for Gingerbread support.
3rd September 2011, 04:55 PM |#180  
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Im using i9000 with CM7 and with root. When i run this app it says "ERROR: The flashtype of this device is not (yet) supported!" - what should i do for update my kernel? when i make it with ODIN i see only black screen on start and i must reinstall all my phone software ;f
3rd September 2011, 06:43 PM |#181  
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Im using i9000 with CM7 and with root. When i run this app it says "ERROR: The flashtype of this device is not (yet) supported!" - what should i do for update my kernel? when i make it with ODIN i see only black screen on start and i must reinstall all my phone software ;f

Doesn't work on Gingerbread yet.
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