How to flash STOCK Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 firmware

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Sammobile’s site

Direct JVT download!

Latest one as you saw was JVT:

-PDA: XXJVT
-PHONE: XXJVT
-CSC: XAJVT

Just a tip:
If your KIES does NOT pick up the phone – then it’s probably down to the CSC – the country code.
Here is an old post/video on how to do that! (same principal applies)

I hope this helps!
-TotallydubbedHD

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184 thoughts on “How to flash STOCK Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 firmware

  1. Bjornar

    Hey! very very great job and I understand all of it:D

    But.. one thing: instead of chosen 2.3.5 in the firmware list, could I choose 2.3.2 and do it on the same way?
    I wondering because I had 2.3.2 before I installed custom 2.3.5 (not official) and rooted my phone (GT-I9000). And I want it back and then I can e.x update via Kies. I hope this will work :)?

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Well you can flash as I did, as JVT is the latest!
      Or, as said in the video, you can flash JVO 2.3.3 and then let Kies potentially find the most recent update :)

      Took me a while of trial and error to find which JVT it was + did a lot of back and forward flashing.

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    2. Sinke

      Hi….
      How to know which is the last and / or best firmware to install
      If i’ve already made ​​a flash with Kies an update it to Gingerbread.xfjv7, firmware version 2.3.4, do i have to do the firmware update back to the initial in order to update it to the newest later on
      With last update (the one with Ginger), my phone is not working properly, it freezes for a few seconds and Kies can´t recognize it anymore

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      1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

        You should try following my guide, and then changing CSC – hopefully then, Kies will pick it up, and update it to the latest official firmware.
        Currently (and finally) the latest is JW4 aka: Value Pack upgrade VPU

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          1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

            you put your phone in…and it should update it normally (that’s if the CSC and if you are on an official firmware), and more so, if it’s available in your country yet

        1. Sinke

          I’m sorry I’m boring you
          do i have to flash my phone back to stock in order to update it to latest firmware

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          1. Sinke

            Many thanks to the video and messaging, has helped a lot
            I did everything as you explained, and finally updated to the latest version
            I had a small problem when Odin was stuck, but with the help of other forum`s that was resolved also
            now happily using version 2.3.6 XXJW4

          2. TotallydubbedHD Post author

            Glass it worked out!
            With Odin, what problems did you have?
            Usually it’s because you should run it as administrator, or because the usb port is being a whore lol

          1. Sinke

            I have a problem, after I followed the instructions and changed the CSC codes Kies recognized cell phone, but after a few days of use no longer wishes to recognize
            What to do

          2. TotallydubbedHD Post author

            The PC no longer recognises the phone?
            But it worked before?
            Just change USB ports – and double check the drivers are installed.
            What ROM are u on then – and u updated via KIES – so i presume JW4?

          3. Sinke

            -I cofused you certainly because I’m writing on two sides, so now I’ll write here everything
            -Question for ARIO and other firmware: I watched the video of ARIO and started thinking about installing
            -Can I do it as shown, or I’m tied to what Kies gave me
            -Question to connect with Kies: JW4 is now my firmware, I changed my USB ports but it still does not work
            It worked after installation and change the CSC but not any more (for no reason)
            I thought to change the CSC but could not find the right one for my country
            Now I use XEU for England and was working at the begining

          4. TotallydubbedHD Post author

            Ok first of all, ARIO rom, etc are custom roms – as soon as u flash them, they aren’t OFFICIAL firmwares, thus when u connect it to kies, kies won’t be able to pick up or recognise your phone, unless you flash it back toa stock rom.
            You can do what I showed you, but remember what I said before.
            XEU, works? If so, then just stick to that. If not, then you’ll have to find the one that came with your phone, or the country specific one (i can’t really help you here, try googling for that)

            From what I understand, you are on stock JW4, and want to try custom roms for the first time? If so, then go ahead, but just know that if you want to use kies, or take it in for repair to samsung, they won’t repair it with a custom rom on. You would have to go BACK to a stock rom (like shown in this post) to send it back.

  2. Bjornar

    Okay, thanks :).. but.. its the pit file where you put in the odin the same for if I shall flash 2.3.2/2.3.3? Or do I have to use another pit filen than you used in the video?

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  3. Bjornar

    I have recently flashed 2.3.3 Open europe, but the phone reboot its self all the time, what to do? Try flashing it again ?

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  4. Bjornar

    Hey, again.. I flashed the 2.3.5 instead and that’s worked. But when I conected the unit to pc and open Kies, that is noticed: “The unit doesn’t support uppgrade from kies”, something like that. What can I do with that?

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  5. thedon130

    hi ive just done every thing on your vid works fine to the part where i connenct to kies it cannot find my phone any help would be awsome thanks

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  6. Paul

    hey, i have tried following your guide but i go to find the XXJVT firmware like you have done in the video yet i cannot find it as it isnt showing, can you please help me out

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  7. Leroy

    Dear totallydubbed.

    I am from the Netherlands and i wanted to flash Cyanogenmod and i backed up my old rom in CWM. When cyanogenmod installed it just looped and i installed my backup from CWM but it was stuck. After all that i flashed the newest firmware (via PDA) but all i get is boot loop animation.

    Oh and by the way the download link for the XXJVT open europe is dead on Hotfile. Do you have any tips or help that can help me?????

    Greets,

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  8. Ges

    I do not see you have selected Bootloader Updated in ODIN. However I saw one guy’s video on utube selecting this when flashing to JVP. He said that you can flash really from anything to JVP stock with all the 4 options in ODIN selected including bootloader update. I wonder why you did not select that. Reading comments from the above I started to doubt if I should flash back to stock from Darky 10.4.2. I was thinking about flashing to JVT and then via Kies to JW4 “goodies” patch. What do you think?

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      I don’t get what’s the question bro :)?
      STOCK via ODIN…or almost any 2 file or 4 file ODIN files can be flashed over ANYTHING.
      But I don’t know why you would want to, unless specifically wanting to get back on stock for a certain reason!

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  9. Tigerman2309

    I am trying to install an offical firmware from my network provider, but there are loads of error message after the phone restarts, any suggestions.

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      1. Tigerman2309

        I ticked the re-partition box, but the same error messages, the JVT update works, but my network provider does not see the phone as one of their own and does not allow me to manage my account from my phone, any other suggestions.

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        1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

          Let me get this straight, your trying to access your phone’s things – ie the pre-built apps for it, via a stock un-official ROM?
          Then that’s a no-brainer that it wouldn’t work.

          If you want those apps etc to work, you would go via kies to update – NOT via ODIN

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          1. Tigerman2309

            Just loaded Kies and it states even under JVT ‘Your phone does not support updating via Kies’

  10. Tigerman2309

    I was stuck on Froyo 2.2, but this not the latest from H3G (UK), they are upto 2.3.3 (SamMobile Downloaded) and 2.3.5 in beta, but when I try to flash this the error occurs, Kies reports that the phone can not be upgraded by Kies and About Phone was missing the Update Option. I am now running JVT as your instructions, but there account management software fails to recognise the phone.

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      you can’t update via phone.
      Go as I said, on the video – and as instructed, then try and plug it into KIES.
      If it doesn’t work change the CSC (I have a video on that too)

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          1. Tigerman2309

            Thanks for your help. You are a star, maybe when you re-record your video, perhaps the additional CSC changing step.

          2. TotallydubbedHD Post author

            indeed – its something I missed and I apologies.
            I shall add it to the description :)

            When you do videos for so long, and so many times, you often forget things :P

  11. Cesar

    You saved my i9000 – instructions were clear and simple. For those in Portugal with a TMN locked phone – the latest version of open Europe works perfectly and also unlocks your phone all in one. This is version JVZ or otherwise known as version 2.3.6. Note that the download file contains everything you need including Odin 1.83. Also note that the CSC and MODEM files are version JVT while the BOOT and CODE files are version JVZ, however it all worked. Furthermore, the phone took a while to boot upon first time once flashed, but don’t panic. I restarted the phone and it works 100% less all the junk TMN adds to your phone which I was never able to remove before. Can’t thank you and the folks over at sammobile[.]com. FYI – the phone was at the blue screen [ phone ... computer] icon after a failed kies update. You would think that Samsung would have a way of fixing that without resorting to all these manuevers. Abundant blessings.

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      1. Cesar

        I guess I can always update firmware via Odin in the future should new versions come out. Although I do run the risk of voiding my warranty if it bricks my phone. But then again, Kies was the original source of why my phone crapped out, so maybe I should just stick to Odin and be happy that the phone is at least working. I will keep this post updated as I discover either new files or issues and any resolutions. Portugal TMN i9000 owners, be aware that the version I instructed may void your warranty and note that Kies will work for everything less firmware updates as already advised. Once again many thanks.

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        1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

          No problem.
          But for your warranty issue.
          Flashing even a kernel voids it.
          But, if you flash a STOCK rom, that’s supported from kies, then wipe your int sd card – samsung will NEVER know you even touched your phone ;)
          I know that as I sent mine for warranty once lol.

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  12. Cesar

    Update: Kies does not support updating the firmware now. I have to assume this has something to do with the CSC files as you suggested but the download I fetched didn’t have matching names between files. While some files were JVZ, others were JVT. I guess if I flash to the JVT version you recommended instead of the latest JVZ, I may have better luck. What do you recommend? I now have full backups of my contacts, photos and videos I took so I am not worried about losing data. What do you recommend, or were can I find the JVZ versions of the CSC and Modem files and can I just update that without flashing the phone again?

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      JVZ isn’t an OFFICIAL KIES firmware. That’s why.
      It’s a leaked firmware.
      I advise you to flash JVT, as I said.
      You should have all files CSC, Modem, phone as JVT (after you boot up the phone), and then check your CSC related to your country, in my case XEU.
      Kies will then pick it up.

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  13. Alex

    the only file in the firmware update is “I9100GDZKJ2_I9100GDZKJ2_I9100GOLCKJ2_HOME.tar.md5″ and “SS_DL.dll”.. where’s the CSC? Phone? Modem files? :( Im from malaysia n i need to downgrade to 2.3.5.. will the Kies allow me to update to 2.3.6 or directly to ICS?

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        1. Alex

          After hours of sleepless night, i found it. My firmware only contain one .md5 file.. I need other version of Odin Multidownloader where’s there’s “one package” option to update the firmware. Anyway, thanks for the video! :))

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  14. Ron

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS!!! I thought I had totally borked my phone, but with this, my phone is now up and running again. :)

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  15. bfvceaze

    Hi
    thanks for this guide
    i have a i9000 mobile running a JVB 2.3.3 from a french operator (SFR).
    if i connect it to kies i can upgrade it to a JVI (still SFRised i guess).

    If i follow your guide, i will get rid of any added apps from my operator, having a JVT phone, and provided the csc value is correct, KIES will ask for an upgrade to JW4 (JW5?), is that it ? sounds good !

    No need to install CWM before upgrading with odin ?

    Thanks in advance for your answer ;)

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  16. dazz

    hey mate!
    i’m so confused, the tar file that u download from sammobile does not contain all 3 files i.e. csc, pda, phone. it has no md5 files whatsoever just things like modem.bin, boot.bin, factory.rfs etc.

    my phone is majorly stuffed from trying to cyanogenmod it and now i just want it back to normal.

    much help is appreciated! thanks

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Well you extract the .zip, and you shoudl get just a .tar – within that .tar there will be other files -> but don’t touch them.
      If that’s only a 1 file installation, then put in a 512 PIT file and tick repartition, and flash the stock rom to it via PDA :)

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      1. dazz

        thanks so much for the help mate. my sgs is totally screwed even after the doing the restore… the boot logo just keeps cycling over and over again … arghhh

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          1. dazz

            i think i originally put in some zimage into odin for pda or phone and i think thats what stuffed up the boot…. is there anyway i can recover this?

  17. Ruhul

    Bro,

    I’m from Bangladesh, using sgs i9000. I got 2.3.3 ddjv9 official via kies. Now I’m using a custom rom (ICS 4.0.3 ICSSGS). I dont backed up my stock rom. But I want to get back to 2.3.3 ddjv9. I download flash program, Firmwares from SamMobile. I download the correct version for my country. But it won’t work for me.
    The problem is when I Unzip I9000DDJV9_I9000ODDJV9_ETR_2, the following files are there…..
    1.boot
    2.cache.rfs
    3.factoryfs.rfs
    4.modem
    5. param.lfs
    6.Sbl
    7.zImage.

    When I open odin I only find Pit file. I dont find Phone, CSC, PDA files.
    So how can I get back to 2.3.3 official correctly?
    Plaese reply.
    Thanks in advanse.

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Hey man,
      You are extracting the file, more than you should.
      With that file where you can see boot img etc, you put that whole file in pda, and as for the other files, you leave them blank, as it seems your installation is a one file installation, and not like in the video, of a four file one.

      So put 512 pit, in pit, and then that file in pda, ensure repartition is ticked, and flash the firmware :)
      Hope that helps.

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      1. Ruhul

        Bro,
        I just tried what you said to do exactly. But result is negative. It pass and just boot over and over. So I have to go back to ics. Feel upset. Man if you know any other way please let me know.

        Thanks.

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          1. Ruhul

            Bro,
            After your advice I tried a several time, but the result was same. Sorry man I failed. If you find any other way please let me know.
            I was in ddjv9 but after update ics I’m now xxjvu. Is that a prob. If it is could you provide me the solution?
            Thanks.

  18. Ruhul

    Bro,

    I tried with the version that is provided for my country. You told me to do not zip the file and put it in PDA, I do the exactly. I put PIT 512 and tick on re partition too. But it didnt work. Odin only show “RESET”. It wasn’t say “PASS”.
    I was trying to tell you that when my sgs was at 2.3.3, it had ddjv9. But after installing 4.0.3 powered by ICSSGS, it is now xxjvu.
    Should I try with the Indian version 2.3.3 file? Please let me know.
    Thanks.

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      If you successfully flashed stock, then yes, go ahead and flash the Indian version of it.
      Fyi: reset comes just before pass usually…you should give it time

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      1. Ruhul

        Bro,

        I gave it time when it says RESET in blue color. After that odin showed the massage “device removed” . After that nothing was happened.

        I read your another post about jelly bean this morning. Is their any full version of that for sgs i9000? I mean all feature working rom. If you know please kindly inform me.

        Thanks.

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  19. Filip

    Hi mate,

    I soft bricked the phone playing with CM so I decided to go back to stock rom using ODIN using this guide…

    Everything ran smoothly but after reboot the phone wants me to “Confirm password” which I obviously do not know and unfortunately even when I put CF-root customer kernel on top of it to be able to flash it again with, say MIUI, the “Confirm password” bastard won’t let me into recovery :-)

    Do you have an idea what happened here? I downloaded JVT from your direct link…

    Thx.

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      1. Filip

        Hmm, I put “bad” password in there 4 times, it warned me I would loose data and everything and the process finally continued.

        Don’t ask me what process since the whole flash was complete :-)

        After that I was able to go into recovery and install whatever I wanted…

        Thx

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  20. Sandy

    I have soft bricked my SGS I9000 while upgrading firmware using Kies. Now my phone is dead. I want to use Odin to flash it again. I am using the phone in India. Can I use GB 2.3.6 (XXJV4) on my phone or else I will have to be satisfied with GB 2.3.3. (DDJVB). I have downloaded both from the sammobile. But I am totally confused how to go about it. It seems I have read too much resulting in consusion, Please guide me step by step to come out of the mess.
    Many thanks in advance for the help…

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      If kies bricked your phone I would take it back to save you the hassle.
      If it is out of warranty though – then flash JW4, a 4 file installation of it, then go to JVB

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  21. Sandy

    Thanks a ton for the prompt response. I have few more queries.
    a. The XXJW4 downloaded from sammobile is a zip file containing following 3 files.
    – CF-Root-XX_OXA_JW4-v4.4-CWM3RFS
    – JW4_JW4_JW4.tar
    – I9003_Odin3 v1.82
    Have I downloaded XXJW4 correctly? If not please suggest/advice.

    b. The above Odin3 V1.82 requires 5 files – pit, bootloader, pda, phone and csc. Where do I have to fit the CF-Root-XX_OXA_JW4-v4.4-CWM3RFS and JW4_JW4_JW4.tar files as extracted above? Do I need all five files for flashing? Please let me know which of these are required essentially for flashing and where to source them from.

    c. Is it essential to flash my SGS with DDJVB after I have done it with XXJW4? As I understand, if I do so I would be reverting back to GB 2.3.3 (DDJVB) from GB 2.3.6. (XXJW4).

    d. Will it adversely affect the functioning of the phone in India, if I retain GB 2.3.6 (JW4)?
    I will wait for your response before venturing to flash it. I feel bit less confident till I have full information about flashing…

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      a. Yes that’s correct mate!
      b. You only have JW4 in PDA FIRST, and have a 512 PIT in the PIT section + repartition. Although if you see on my stock flashing guides, you should see I got 4 files in my JW4 installations. Try getting the “other” JW4.
      c. Not at all – but if you want to send it in for warranty, then you should go with what’s available in your region :)!
      d. Absolutely not – only thing is, check the CSC, once the flash is complete – CSC will have effects on your mobile correctly recognising your SIM operator.

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  22. Sandy

    Today only I saw a posting on XDA that GB 2.3.6 DDJVB has been released by Samsung in India through Kies. I am quite skeptical of Kies since it has already bricked my SGS. Can you pl. pass on the source to download firmware DDJVB along with all required files to flash my SGS using Odin?

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      1. Sandy

        Thanks a lot TotallydubbedHD!!!!!!

        I am trying to download
        GT-I9000_INU_1_20120326180132_yloj7p1e5v.zip.enc2
        from Check Fus. It shows the firmware as I9000DDJVB/I9000ODDJVB/I9000DDJV7/I9000DDJVB. Will get back to you once fully downloaded.
        Thanks again….

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        1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

          No problem – let me know when that’s done.

          I think you’ll end up with a .zip file, which then you’ll have to extract to get a .md5.tar file.
          At which point you will put that file in PDA, add a 512 PIT (can be downloaded anywhere on the net), and then tick repartition -> and there you go! :)

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  23. Sandy

    HI, I could download the PDA. Tried to flash with JVB_JVB_JV7.tar and PIT files. Got ‘Pass’ in the Odin. However, the phone has entered into a boot-loop.

    Received following messages on phone screen.
    E:Copy _dbdata _ media: Can’t mount /dbdata
    Your storage not prepared yet, please use UI Menu for format and reboot actions.
    —deleting files ….
    E: falied to mount /dbdata (file exists)
    E: delete-data files: can’t mount /dbdata
    Your storage not prepared yet, please use UI Menu for format and reboot actions.
    –Updating file system —
    E: falied to mount /dbdata (file exists)
    E: discard_file_system_for_rfs: can’t mount /dbdata
    -Wiping cache-
    Formatting /cache
    Cache wipe failed
    –Applying multi csc….
    Installing multi csc
    Applied the CSC code ‘INU’
    Successfully applied multi csc

    Where to go from here? Please guide.

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      1. Sandy

        I can see many users getting into boot-loop. Please suggest me which stock ROM to grab. The one meant for India DDJVB has not worked. I wonder how come the DDJVB dubbed as GB 2.3.3 released in March 2012 and the one referred as GB 2.3.6 GT-I9000_INU_1_20120326180132_yloj7p1e5v.zip.enc2 released recently (downloaded from Check Fus), have THE SAME file contents. Moreover, DDJVB downloaded from sammobile has only 1 file (JVB_JVB_JV7.tar) along with usual Odin + Pit files. So how to go for 4 file installation? Pl suggest.
        Many thanks for being a savior and only hope….

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          1. Sandy

            Story remains the same. The phone is still in boot loop. This time I flashed it with JW4. It is again giving the same message. Is there any way to reformat the partitions (?) . How to respond to the message “Your storage not prepared yet, please use UI Menu for format and reboot actions”?
            Reply awaited please…..

  24. harold

    hi! i’m having a hard time to figure out where to get the 3 files consists of PDA, Modem and CSC for i9003. can you send it to me the 3 files?

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  25. Jozef

    Hey,

    You are my hero! After hours of searching (also for a new phone…) I finally solved the weird problem I had with my phone.

    No more tempering with this phone for a while and you saved me a lot of money!

    Greetings from Holland

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  26. Héctor Gómez

    Hello, I was wondering if you know the reason that when I try to do this to a Friend’s phone (obviously GT-I9000), it ALWAYS gets stuck at sbl.bin. I have tried so many methods and none of them work. By mistake I flashed a Vibrant as well, but that is the ONLY ROM which I can actually flash completely, but it obviously won’t boot with Vibrant ROM. I have tried so many ways, and if anyone knows the answer I will appreaciate you share it with me to hectoragr[at]me[dot]com

    Thanks in advance.

    P.d phone is from Telcel-Mexico.

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Are you sure that it’s an i9000?
      Use check fus to find the version of your phone, and where it came from. There might be a reason behind it.
      Also don’t forget that pit file, and tick repartition.

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  27. Wazzzer

    Thanks for this, I need to flash my phone back to non rooted standard ROM to get the mic repaired and this will do nicely :)

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  28. Alex

    Hi. I have a Samsung Galaxy S GT-I 9000. My first firmware was ECLAIR. I tried to upgrade by Kies Step by step how show there. in the time of instalation ( progress 36%), kies locked, soo i should restard.When i tried to recover my upgrade, the computer don’t recognise my phone. I tried many times to put my phone in downloading mode, but won’t worked. On screen on the phone appeared “phone, one triangle and the computer” all the time.

    Soo..what can i do to recover my phone back???

    pls… help me…

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      If you still have a warranty, go complain to samsung – as if you touch it yourself, and it still doesn’t work, you’ll be breaking its warranty.
      If however you are out of warranty, download a stock rom (say the one in my video) and flash it via odin and download mode as shown in the video.
      Again, as this is not your fault, I highly suggest going via samsung, if it is still in warranty, or at least giving them a call.

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      1. Alex

        i’m out of warranty.i watched your videos, but the problem is that i can’t enter in download mode. don’t enter with VOLUME DOWN + HOME+ START… :((((

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        1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

          that’s not a good sign…
          Try removing the battery, and then entering download mode for 20seconds (it almost resets the phone) – then put the battery back in and try again.
          If that doesn’t work….you’ll have to use/buy a JTAG/JIG

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          1. Alex

            I tried to enter in download mode (the battery was removed)…the phone it’s still dead. i order a jtag/jig so i will wait to try with this method. i hope to work this time.
            thanks for advise. i will let you know if work or not.

          2. TotallydubbedHD Post author

            My pleasure – I hate kies for that reason – it takes forever to download, and flash the dam roms
            Sorry to hear you are going through it, as you’ve done nothing wrong.

  29. Princeton

    Hi, I have a samsung galaxy i9000 with firmware version 2.3.3 (I9000ZSJV6) and am trying to update it to the new value pack firmware (JW4). My phone has never been rooted and I only update thru Kies. But this time, kies won’t update it. It goes through the whole process of downloading the firmware and preparing the device. But in the end kies says something like “failed to recognise the device”. I read somewhere that kies will only update one version up. So, if we skipped a version kies wont update anymore. Is this true?

    Any suggestions is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Not quite sure, why it isn’t working – I suggest trying to re-flash your stock firmware, and then letting Kies update it – remember to check and change your CSC.

      As for your theory – no idea really, but I don’t think that’s true. Regardless, if you can use ODIN, i would use ODIN over kies, any day of the week.

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  30. Irwin

    Thanx man….just fixed some galaxy s phone and now am going to earn some easy money for labor…..hurrrraaayyyy!!!!

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  31. Lhenjer

    hi, what if the phone wasn’t bought in the country where i am, should i choose the country from where it was bought? or should i choose the country where i live? thanks in advance :D

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  32. Renaud Sickert

    Hi,
    I have a big problem with my samsung galaxy s.
    I have rooted it, and then flashed it with Cyanogenmod version 10.1-20130304 pst2013.
    Android version 4.2.2
    It all worked fine, but this Cyanogen does not work as I would, and so I would like to get it back to android 2.3.6 like before.
    I have loaded the files, unzipped and this is all fine, I can set odin ok like in your video, but the problem is that when I connect the phone, Odin does not recognize it, so I can’t start it.
    Do you have a solution?
    By the way, thank you for all your informations, they are very effiscient.
    Thank you also in advance for your answer,
    Best regards
    Renaud

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Try installing the drivers for the S1 – and/or make sure you are in download mode when connecting it up to ODIN.
      ODIN should pick up your phone, no matter what rom you are on, as long as the drivers are installed

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      1. Renaud Sickert

        After uninstalling kies and the drivers, windows installed drivers when I connected it, and then Odin seemed to recognize it, but the rectangle is light blue instead of yellow. When I press start, it stays on “setup connection..”, and then stops with “Fail”. Do I have to install extra drivers?
        I’m on download mode, with the big yellow triangle.
        Thank you
        Renaud

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          1. Renaud Sickert

            Yes, I’ve checked your video in details, but as I haven’t found the files on your site, I’ve found SU-i9000XXJVT.zip somewhere else, wich gives me the same files when unzipped.
            Is it normal that the rectangle on Odin is blue instead of yellow?
            Thank you again
            Renaud

  33. Renaud Sickert

    This is all ok, but now, I got a new one, the phone in screwed up.
    —> I get a little drawing with a phone bound to a console with an exclamation mark between.
    It’s stuck there and I can’t do anything.
    The only other screen I can get is the download one, but there seem to have no data exchange with Odin.
    Have you ever seen that? Is it repairable?

    Thank you
    Renaud

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      That sounds like a soft brick. Can it boot into download mode?
      If not…you might be in trouble :/
      Download mode should work with Odin, once drivers are there. Connect the phone after opening up Odin.

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  34. Renaud Sickert

    INC redible
    After 2 days without the battery, thanks to your encouragements, I’ve tried exactly what I had done many times before without success, and now it worked perfect, following your exact procedure. I have a new handy.
    Thanks a lot for your patience and advises.
    Best regards
    Renaud

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  35. Zoran

    I installed it succesfully, but I can not go to the internet because the data packet transfer is not working (it is turned on, I tried with 2 different SIM cards). It is working with ICS, but not working with this JVT firmware. Do you know what could be the problem?
    I also cannot change CSC, I typed *#272*IEMInumber*, and nothing happens. It does not show the CSC change menu.

    I also tried to install original rom (telenor Serbia (csc = MSR) and it only shows galaxy s logo and then reboots itself, and stays stuck in boot loop.

    It is one file installation, I ticked the re-partition and select 512 PIT file, as you described earlier. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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  36. Richard

    Hi, Firstly thank you for sure a brilliant video. I have a i9000 that is stuck on the initial S screen, so would like to restore a stock rom. I can get into recovery mode and download mode OK. I have download JVT from you link. But the firmware flashing software does not seem to be on the sammobile site anymore. I have found ODIN3 v1.85 is it ok to use this version or should I use a particular version and if so which version do you recommend and where can I get it please? Also I would need a 512pit file where can this be found? Thanks for your hel

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      There is still JVT on sammobile – I downloaded it not long ago – you can download the later firmwares if you want instead.
      As for it being stuck – make sure you wipe in recovery and give it at least 5-10mins to boot up.
      And yes, you need a 510 pit. Just google it, and you’ll find it :)

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  37. Richard

    Hi, thanks for your prompt reply. Did you mean 510 pit or did you mean 512 pit? It was the flashing software that I couldn’t find on sammobile. I have Odin3 1.85 now.

    As to firmware I have just downloaded the one from you link above, I assume that is OK. At this stage I just want to get the phone to boot.

    Thanks Again

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  38. Richard

    Hi, Just wanted to say that thanks to your guide my I9000 is now booting again. It is now running stock XXJVT. It is an ex Orange phone and is sim locked. Can you please advise me what is the best way to unlock the phone. Also which custom rom do you prefer for your I9000.

    Once again Many Thanks

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Hi there,

      To unlock it, there was something called galaxy unlock you could download via the market – extremely simple and usually effective.
      As for the ROM – I preferred jetpack v8.2 or Amestris roms.

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  39. Richard

    I think I need to root the phone before I can run the unlock app, I try this with superoneclick, but this is reported as a virus by avg. I think this is a false positive. do you know this program? What would you recommend please?

    Thanks again for your help

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  40. Richard

    Hi, Just wanted to say Thanks You. Phone now rooted and unlocked :)

    Just need to install cmreovery so that I can install jetpack v8.2 or Amestris .

    Thanks again

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  41. Richard

    Hi, having installed the STOCK XXJVT rom my phone is working well thank you, except I don’t seem to be able to get i gps fix. Are there any known problems with this rom and gps that yo know of please?

    MANY tHANKS

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      1. Richard

        OK I thought I might try a newer firmware first, so checked on Sammobile and the latest seems to be I9000XXJW4_I9000OXAJW5_XEU.zip. When I extract this i get a singe tar file (JW4_JW5_Jw4.tar). now the three separtate file (PDA,Phone,CSC) as before. To flash this do I just put the tar in the pda section of Odin?

        Many Thanks

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  42. James

    Hey, bit puzzled with this. Followed your instructions and did the 4 file flash. It all went through fine and odin told me it was a pass, but my phone will still not boot up past the logo screen. Any thoughts? It’s driving me mad, I hate to be defeated!! Cheers

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      1. James

        Thanks for replying! Better give you some background on this phone.
        Bought half a phone. Purchased required bits from ebay, the main part being the motherboard! Put it all together and it worked perfectly. It was running Eclair though, so plugged it into Kies and was told, as I expected, it needed updating. Did this, and then the phone wouldn’t boot past the logo screen and I couldn’t get it into download mode either. Have done that now with a usb jig. That’s when i tried flashing it following your instructions. Odin said it had worked but it was still getting stuck on the logo screen! Couple of extra bits of info: 1. I cannot get it to go into recovery mode, ONLY download mode. 2. I noticed it came up with a t-mobile logo when I first switched it on ( when it was working!) I’ve spent a long time searching google, but have not found an answer. Is there any other way to wipe it in the state it’s in now (without access to recovery) and then try flashing it with all the necessary files?? Hope you can help, Cheers

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        1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

          I would flash via ODIN a T MOBILE ROM. I think it has to do with that.
          Make sure you are flashing a right file – ie for the i9000 and not the i9000m or whatever the US versions are.
          Finally try aiming for a 2 file or 4 file installation. That insures you have a 512 PIT and that you can wipe the phone – like a fresh install on windows.

          I can’t really help, especially not knowing what the phone was from etc.
          Hope that helps though!

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