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8th February 2011, 03:28 PM |#11  
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nice stuff
 
 
9th February 2011, 01:40 AM |#12  
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I find that installing PDAnet as my drivers for my Captivate works well for rooting.
9th February 2011, 04:05 PM |#13  
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Nice thread. I wish I had seen this before I started flashing.
9th February 2011, 07:30 PM |#14  
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I think the OP needs to be updated with the line "Be patient. Be polite. Just because u cannot understand something does not mean u can show ur frustration at folks here."
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9th February 2011, 09:20 PM |#15  
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A couple of questions. I've rooted my phone installed a custom rom (serendipity 5.5) and installed that steam. What does jpy and all those others mean? and where would I find out what mine is?
10th February 2011, 02:59 PM |#16  
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A couple of questions. I've rooted my phone installed a custom rom (serendipity 5.5) and installed that steam. What does jpy and all those others mean? and where would I find out what mine is?

I think all of that is listed in the WIKI with definitions.

When you see JPY - it is the last 3 letters of the Baseband Version typically - but could be the Modem or Kernel being utilized in the ROM your running. You can see what baseband you are currently running by going under Settings -> About Phone and you will see under Baseband Settings something like: "I9000UGJK4"

But... you would be better off going to the Dev's forum and looking at their release notes. 99% of the time tell you what build the kernel is based off of and the modem they are using.

LOL and yes being patient and courteous is kind of a given. If you guys have any updates, ideas, etc.... to add to the post please let me know.
10th February 2011, 03:08 PM |#17  
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I think the OP needs to be updated with the line "Be patient. Be polite. Just because u cannot understand something does not mean u can show ur frustration at folks here."

lol Added it!
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Thanks This is helpful
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14th February 2011, 01:57 PM |#19  
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thanks for posting this.
17th February 2011, 08:15 PM |#20  
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How do you upgrade a ROM?

I just flashed Super Nova 2.0.2 last night. It was updated to 2.0.6 since I flashed. How do I update? Do I have flash back to factory?
17th February 2011, 11:34 PM |#21  
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How do you upgrade a ROM?

I just flashed Super Nova 2.0.2 last night. It was updated to 2.0.6 since I flashed. How do I update? Do I have flash back to factory?

Go to the thread and look to see if there's a zip file you can just flash.
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