I'm looking for original firmware for my device Samsung Galaxy xCover S5690 :crying: because I have some problem
where I can download?? :confused:
thank's a lot
Hi, I have a Samsung Xcover atm and its just very slow and painful to use. Need a phone with very good battery life and faster then the xcover. Im thinking of the Samsung Beam, seems a bit durable then the galaxy s3 and s4. Dont think i would like the Samsung galaxy with the size off the screen just way too big and pretty thin.
Hi, I have a Samsung Xcover atm and its just very slow and painful to use. Need a phone with very good battery life and faster then the xcover and durable if possible. I'm thinking of the Samsung Beam, seems a bit durable then the galaxy s3 and s4. Dont think i would like the Samsung galaxy with the size off the screen just way too big and pretty thin.
I wanted to ask if there is a Jelly Bean 4.1 ROM for Samsung galaxy Xcover?
Also, i want to ask you how do i get started with developing my own ROM?
I well known that it takes lots of time, but i want to try make my own JB android for my own phone!
Thank you very much for any help you can!!!
I have a Samsung i9003 (aka Galaxy SL) which for some reasons has been semi-bricked by a fellow. The device boots forever with restarts, Samsung animation and Samsung logo for 5 minutes then starts over again. I have tried to flash it with four(4) different stock firmwares from samsung-updates using the CHN, YOG, ECT and TGY files.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S5300 and i need to be able to debrand name(Mobistar) from my samsung galaxy S5300.
I have installed already firmware with Odin and everything worked perfectly but i get always to read in KIES at firmware: S5300XXLF5/S5300OXXLF5/S5300XXLF5/S5300XXLF5 (MST) and MST stand for brand name of the provider and i can't get rid of it with installation of new firmware.
So I accidentally flashed my at&t galaxy s3 to canadian firmware...I wasn't paying attention, and I followed these directions one night...
How to upgrade the Galaxy S3 I747M to Android 4.0.4 ICS build VLALH1
And when I realized it, I tried to flash back to the stock US AT&T firmware, but haven't been successful.