- ROM - JVH 2.0 - Stable

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    - ROM - JVH 2.0 - Stable

    Stable Samsung Gingerbread... FINALLY. LOL. Exchange support, new modem, stellar battery life, smoothness dial on 11....

    Special thanks to Fluffy and indiadelta for exchange support and troubleshooting!
    Also huge thanks to xcaliburinhand at XDA for his kernel, and MikeyMike01 for the installation instructions.

    - Download JVH 2.0 Here -

    Installation instructions...

    **VERY IMPORTANT**
    Once flashed with the new Gingerbread bootloaders...
    Recovery is Vol+ and Power.
    Download Mode is Vol- and USB Plug.

    Also, to go back to stock for whatever reason... should only be done with the ODIN-3 One Click restore. Otherwise you're looking at hard permanent bricking your device.

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyMike01 @ XDA
    Installation Instructions:

    1. Download this package.

    2. Open Odin3 1.7

    3. Select the PDA, PHONE, CSC, and PIT files in their correct spots

    4. Connect phone in download mode

    5. Ensure that Auto-reboot and Re-Partition are both checked. These have a tendency to change after plugging the phone in, so double check before you hit start.

    6. This is where the bootloader will be flashed, along with stock Gingerbread. Hit Start.

    7. Allow the phone to boot.

    8. Close Odin3, and open a fresh one. Select Reorient_Kernel_1.1 in the PDA box.

    9. Reboot into download mode (adb reboot download, or hold Vol Down + Power)

    10. Plug the phone into the computer.

    11. MAKE SURE RE-PARTITION IS NOT CHECKED. If it is, you'll soft-brick and have to start over.

    12. Flash the kernel (hit start).

    13. Once the phone reboots, place "JVH 2.0" ROM .zip onto the SD Card.

    14. Reboot into Recovery (adb reboot recovery, or Vol Up + Power)

    15. Flash ROM with CWM

    16. Enjoy!

    Need Assistance? Contact me at dorian@android.net

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    Extremely smooth, Congrads and thanks very much For this excellent build, i'll have to post more things i find as i use it longer! :D

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    i have jvh 2.3.3ro right now....this is newer?

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    First off Dorian.. AWESOME! Will be trying this in about 30 minutes..

    Secondly.. Change your steps on this one

    13. Once the phone reboots, place "Dorian's JVB Beta1.1" ROM .zip onto the SD Card.

    Probably should be

    13. Once the phone reboots, place "JVH 2.0" ROM .zip onto the SD Card.

    Thanks for the fast turn around times.. I have been running JVH without email for 3 days now just because it is so bad-ass above JVB..

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    ^LOL. Changed.

    I've been running this one since yesterday, and I haven't come across anything big... no FC's, and good battery life. Only thing I need to remove is the front facing camera button in the camera app, and the video call option in the dialer.

    Need Assistance? Contact me at dorian@android.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorian View Post
    ^LOL. Changed.

    I've been running this one since yesterday, and I haven't come across anything big... no FC's, and good battery life. Only thing I need to remove is the front facing camera button in the camera app, and the video call option in the dialer.

    Will those changes be an update or another flash?

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    Well this didnt work for me.. Rebooted into recovery.. Selected Zip it said formatting and so on.. Said completed.. Went back in CWM and then selected reboot.. It came back up and all my stuff was still there.. Now email doesnt work at all.. Should I factory reset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invincible View Post
    Will those changes be an update or another flash?
    An update at a later time, as both still work just fine. Just those buttons don't really work.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffy View Post
    Well this didnt work for me.. Rebooted into recovery.. Selected Zip it said formatting and so on.. Said completed.. Went back in CWM and then selected reboot.. It came back up and all my stuff was still there.. Now email doesnt work at all.. Should I factory reset?
    Yep. Need to fresh install this on top of stock JVB.

    Need Assistance? Contact me at dorian@android.net

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    O.k installed JVB then installed JVH 2 over the top of that. And it all works.. However it is the older mail client and not the one from JVB which is HOT SEX! I will take this because well it is fast good power and stable now.. But I would like to request (Which doesn't mean crap) but please bring the 3.1 email client here when you can.

    Thanks for the stable ROM.. I will post any issues.. But so far.. Looking good..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffy View Post
    O.k installed JVB then installed JVH 2 over the top of that. And it all works.. However it is the older mail client and not the one from JVB which is HOT SEX! I will take this because well it is fast good power and stable now.. But I would like to request (Which doesn't mean crap) but please bring the 3.1 email client here when you can.

    Thanks for the stable ROM.. I will post any issues.. But so far.. Looking good..
    Nice! I'm glad it's working good for you!

    I'll try to work in the newer e-mail client when I can. The one from JVB is a tricky one to implement correctly.

    Need Assistance? Contact me at dorian@android.net

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