Odin Flash Procedure on How to Upgrade Samsung Galaxy S SL I9003 to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread I9003XXKPH Firmware
Here's a step by step guide on how to manually upgrade or update the
Samsung Galaxy S SL I9003 to the latest Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread
firmware version released with build number I9003XXKPH (Europe) with CSC
file I9003SERKPH (Russian default language)Firmware Details:
Version: Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread
Date: 2011 August 9 DOWNLOAD
Password is samfirmware.comFlash Procedure for beginners:
If your Samsung Galaxy I9003 is now on froyo and not yet runs on Android
2.3.4 XXKPE, (check the version via *#1234#) You need to upgrade first
to I9003XXKPE. Download the firmware via samfirmware link Download: hotfile.com hotfile.com/dl/125246801/36c9...XXKPE.rar.html
If you already runs on XXKPE do a Factory reset first before flashing XXKPH.
Don't Forget to back up of all important files stored on the device before flashing.
Ensure that the battery is not in a low voltage condition or at least 50% or best if fully charge.
1) Extract the previously download firmware using winrar or winzip.
2) Run ODIN downloader tool. On Odin do not check Repartition checkbox option, just leave the Auto-Reboot and F.Reset Time checked.
Click on the PDA button and then select and load the I9003XXKPH_I9003XXKPH_I9003SERKPH.HOME.tar
3) Turn off your device or remove the battery for a seconds and put it
back again, then you need to hold down the Volume Down button + the Home
key button (the middle button) and then pressing the Power
button. You will then see a downloading display like the image below.
4) Connect your phone with your computer the ID:COM
turn to a yellow colour to indicate that the phone is connected to the
PC properly. If you still do not get any results, try another USB cable
wire and USB port on your computer.
5 ) Once all set and ready, Hit the "START"
button to begin downloading the firmware.
6) Do not touch anything till you see "PASS" word on the program window.
The phone will then reboot, and it may takes some time to boot up, it's
normal don't panic.
7) Just do a factory reset after flashing to regain a fresh firmware update.
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