Samsung S Galaxy has a lot of unofficial firmware to install.
Here is a list of Samsung Firmwares updated to August 10.
FW Some are not stable, while some bring significant improvements to the terminal.
Let's take stock of the situation, with the 'help of XDA
First of all we see how to install a new ROM.
Odin3_v1.0.rar downloaded from http://www.multiupload.com/DLS7TWUVPY
Install Samsung Kies (only useful for drivers)
Here, however, found the PIT (always to be associated ROM)
At this point, select the FW to install.
The best ROM (at the time of writing) are:
Choose also between these 2, are similar.
Then we have in a version not yet complete Froyo
Paul of MoDaCo has put their hands and 'made it stable, can be found here
I recommend that you wait for the real versions Froyo!
Moreover, all these ROMs do not have the support 512 MB of RAM, the Galaxy S uses only 360 MB.
With the new kernel Froyo and finally you can use all the RAM and the benefits are many.
New features will come as a magnifying glass to select text, copy and paste a cartoon, real-time translation of text and other interesting things!
Let's go back to the ROM 2
I installed the M2 and it works pretty well. Initially it is very fast, but slows down after some installations.
I will try to JG5
If you want to get more, try this kernel
As I wrote in the previous article, the Galaxy S suffers from an annoying delay in switching from one application to 'other.
Now there are lots to try and FIX are all on XDA.
I've collected them below
Well, now we see how to flash the new FW!
Attention, each flash involves a hard reset, then do yourself a backup of your data.
All these files are included in the rar package of Roma!
After about 5 minutes your Galaxy S restart and have re installed the new FW!
Which FW you have installed?
Any suggestions and / or guides to be published?
Please let me know! I have a gap of 30 days: (