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    Default [Dev] Kernel for i9000 (with Root!) LK9.01.beta9 [22.06.2010]

    WARNING: THIS METHOD CAN BE DANGEROUSE. DO NOTHING IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU DO.
    I CAN'T BE RESPONSIBLE IF YOU TRANSFORM YOUR I9000 LIKE A BRICK




    If you want only Root (Superuser+su), I recommend using this guide



    My first Kernel for i9000

    I don't have i9000 yet and so many thanks to those who helped test it!

    Now we have
    1. Root in adb via 'su'
    2. Root in terminal via 'su'



    How to install LK2.xx
    Your data or programs will not be deleted!!!!

    1. Download: i9000_Kernel_LK9_01b9.7z
    2. Unpack
    3. Flash with Odin3 as PDA file


    Screenshots
    i9000_about_lk.png i9000_terminal.png


    If you don't want use my kernel but want 'su', you can:
    Run 'adb shell' or in terminal on i9000
    Code:
    su
    cat /sbin/su > /system/bin/su
    chmod 4755 /system/bin/su
    and flash original




    If you have problem with this Kernel or want use original, you can flash original Kernel from JF2
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    Hi,

    one short question...will it also work on the "I9000XXJF3" firmware?

    Regards and thanks a lot!
    Fluxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerofluxx View Post
    one short question...will it also work on the "I9000XXJF3" firmware?
    Sorry, I don't have i9000, and I can't test myself
    but news:
    LK9.01 has problem - boot loop, but if you remove sim card - ok (may be...)
    so, you can add su to your /system

    1. remove sim card
    2. flash my kernel
    3. boot
    4. connect to PC
    5. in cmd -> adb shell
    cat /sbin/su > /system/bin/su
    chmod 4755 /system/su
    6. flash original kernel

    Please, someone can check this instruction
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    I can't flash the JF2 original kernel...cause i've the JF3 Firmware...
    Is the Kernel from JF3 anywhere available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerofluxx View Post
    Is the Kernel from JF3 anywhere available?
    Sorry, I have only JF2
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    Okay, idea...
    I will go back to JF2 ... Flash it and tell you

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    Big thanks!!!!
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    Ok .... did it over the JF3 F/W .... try to booot....but i think it's loooping.... more infos in seconds...

    ---------- Post added at 01:24 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:23 PM ----------

    Is looping after startup...with and without sim card

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    Hi LeshaK (privet). I started coverage of your Galaxy S root here: Samsung Galaxy S Already Rooted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archon810 View Post
    Hi LeshaK (privet). I started coverage of your Galaxy S root here: Samsung Galaxy S Already Rooted!

    but I need testers...
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