Learn How-To Install XXJVU Firmware on Galaxy S i9000
If you want to install XXJVU Firmware on Galaxy S i9000 you are on a right platform here I am going to present you easy to understand steps in this regard, all the steps are pretty easy. But before you get started I’d like to say that you must make sure about the back-ups you can use Titanium backup (free app on android market) to backup apps with data. Download the drivers from the link below:
for this purpose you also need to download the drivers, below you can see the download links of the drivers:
DISCLAIMER: The below method is bit risky and we will not be held responsible if you lose data or your device gets damaged in the following of this guide so please proceed at your own risk.
First of all you need to download XXJVU firmware file from here (password: samfirmware.com) then also also download this PIT file from here and when you’ll extract the downloaded file XXJVU firmware you’ll get these 3 files:
Then you need to download Odin PC Software from here and extract Odin3 v1.7.zip
Now you need to just disconnect your phone if it’s connected to PC and Switch off your Galaxy S i9000.
Then set the Galaxy S in “Download Mode” — press and hold these keys together:
Volume_DOWN+Home+Power until a screen saying ‘Download Mode’ comes up.
Then you need to open Odin and simply connect your phone to PC now. You should get the message “Added!!” under the Odin’s message box in the bottom left. If you don’t get “Added!!” message, than probably there is a problem with drivers. Make sure you’ve drivers installed and on the top you can see the links to download the drivers.
After this, in Odin, you need to select these files at respective tabs that you are seeing below:
Click the PDA Tab, and select CODE_I9000XXJVU_CL851880_REV03_user_low_ship.tar.md5 (from step 3.1)
Click the Phone Tab, and select MODEM_I9000XXJVU_REV_00_CL1092175.tar.md5 (from step 3.3)
Click the CSC Tab, and select GT-I9000-CSC-MULTI-OXAJVU.tar.md5 (from step 3.2)
Click the PIT Tab, and select s1_odin_20100512.pit (from step 2)
Be definite that the ‘Re-Partition’checkbox in ODIN is selected. Moreover, Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time checkboxes should be selected as well. Then just leave all else on Odin untouched.
After this, push the START button to begin the flashing procedure. Here I’d like to say that when it finishes, your phone will automatically reboot, ahead which you can unplug the cable. And when it restarts, your Galaxy S will be running the Android OS, v2.3.6 XXJVU firmware.
After this you should Off the screen and then open with the all new Galaxy Note ported lock screen.
Then simply find the Photo Editor app in app drawer, a port from Galaxy S2. And check the options for Face Unlock set up ,—, go to Settings » Location and Security » Set Screen Lock. That’s it‼