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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 "Dorian's JVB Beta1.1" 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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    Sweet thanks again Dorian. I will check it out on the vibrant.

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    Thanks! Just drop a reoriented i9000 kernel into the updates folder for the Vibrant...

    Need Assistance? Contact me at dorian@android.net

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    Haven't tried yet. I been fixing a pc and flashing a new iso onto it. I will check it out soon.

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