- Mar 13, 2012
just boot to cwm recovery and flash the zip from there. then use GetRil app from the google play to install a matching RIL.
Sent from my Nexus 7 using xda app-developers app
If you flash a complete ROM and wipe the data, you won't have any more problems.
Build date: 09/06/2011
Generic KCL (Kazakhstan???): http://www.multiupload.com/G7267PQYP4
OXX (AUT, COS, CYO, DBT, DCM, DNF, EUR, FWB, KOR, LUX, NEE, OMN, ORG, ORS, PAN, PLS, SEB, SUN, SWC, TMS, TPH, VDH, VIA, VOM, XEE, XEH, XEO, XEZ, XSK): Download
INU (India): http://www.multiupload.com/4QE1L97ZGF
ATO (Austria): http://www.multiupload.com/ER5DJVAMLT
FOP (Spain): http://www.multiupload.com/I3DLCUQBXK
XEN (Belgium): http://www.multiupload.com/6Y37MAMVEQ
XEU (Generic UK+Europe) : http://www.multiupload.com/ZZYM5ZAFA0
CPW (Carphone Warehouse UK): http://www.multiupload.com/00RKZQ4ZM3
XSA Australia: http://www.multiupload.com/NCTA5RZEMB
OXF Romania: http://www.multiupload.com/Z1XL6GY3B1
OJV (AFR, ARB, DAM, ECT, FWD, HAJ, KEN, KOR, PLC, TMC, TUR) : http://www.multiupload.com/6TOXS6ZXYG
LUX (Luxemburg): http://www.multiupload.com/UAYXQZPVY1
OJC (XFA, XFC, XFE, XFM, XFV) (South Africa):http://www.multiupload.com/6Y93SC0XLA
XWKF3 Stock Kernel: Download
Password: [email protected]
I am trying to download XWKF3 Kernel for India using the link provided by you "http://www.multiupload.com/4QE1L97ZGF".
But the same is not working. I am getting this error - "Sorry, this offer is currently not available in your geographical area".. :crying:
Requesting you to provide an alternate link for the same.
1. I have changed the format with which I compress the archives. They are now .7z self-extracting files that have .exe at the end. This is because this compresses the files more and so makes for faster upload and downloading and also makes it easier for you to extract the package. Just double click and it will extract the .tar package for you without the need to use any program to unpack.
2. Also feel free to translate the guides to any other language and link to the files elsewhere, you don't need to ask for permission. All I ask is that you include a link to XDA-Developers in your write up.
Carrier branded firmwares have been moved to a separate thread and can be found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1113928
MAC Users I have found this utility that can handle .exe files to extract the archives called The Unarchiver. Link: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/apps/unarchiver.html
Thanks to Pulsar_S2 I have now been able to separate the component section of the thread into separate posts to make things less complicated. The first post has the tutorial and guide and the firmwares have been moved to separate posts right below. I hope it's a better layout.
Please do not post links to packages from other places in this thread. It will help to avoid a lot of confusion when helping others when I know about the packages, when it's from elsewhere I cannot know what has been done to them and will not help people who use stuff I don't know about.
Do not ask me questions about SamMobile, packages from SamMobile or from other places. How do you expect me to know about stuff from other websites?
These questions will be ignored
I've started to package the tarball archives with the md5 hash to maintain the integrity of the packages. Just treat the tarballs in the same way as you would without the .md5 at the end. DO NOT CHANGE THE NAME OF THE ARCHIVE
The quick root guide has been updated to make use of a much simpler tool to achieve root without the need for Odin or insecure kernel
I've started to use 7Zip archives instead of self-executable ones to accommodate members using Macs and Linux as their primary OS. You can get 7Zip for free and it handles multiple formats
This guide is for rooting the device if you don't want to use CF-Root or another custom kernel to root!
You can also root your device by simply flashing a root kernel. If you want to do this then stop reading this guide and follow the root guide for the kernel you wish to use.
1. Visit DooMLoRD's thread here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1319653
CE---> Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands
DX---> Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam
DZ---> Malaysia, Singapore
JA---> South Africa
JC---> Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia
JP---> Arabic, Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria
JV---> Tunisia, Turkey
UG---> North America
UH---> Latin America, The Caribbean
XE---> Bulgaria, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine
XX---> Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, United Kingdom
XW---> Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Nordic, Spain, United Kingdom
ZC---> China, Hong Kong
ZH---> Hong Kong
ZS---> China, Hong Kong
OLC (GLB, MM1, SIN):
OLC (GLB, MM1, SIN): Mod Edit: Link Removed
All packages below this point have the old bootloader so you can safely reset the binary counter with a Jig.
If you've already flashed a full package from elsewhere or updated using KIES and cannot reset your binary counter using the Jig just flash this package in the PDA or Bootloader section of Odin to replace the bootloaders and then you can reset the counter: Mod Edit: Link Removed
Here is the new Gingerbread bootloader tarball if you want to flash it back after resetting your binary counter: Mod Edit: Link Removed
Here is the ICS bootloader tarball if you want to flash it back after resetting your binary counter: Mod Edit: Link Removed
These packages below are not official firmware packages, they are Frankenstein package created due to demand for Firmware with different CSC and modems and also leaked firmware packages. KIES will not recognise the firmware so you won't be able to update to new firmware using KIES unless you flash back to a firmware meant for your device first. Otherwise there will always be Odin to use for updates