Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Port for Samsung Galaxy S – GT-I9000

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Here is the video guide:

Useful Links:
XDA thread
TAJB website

 

Here is the short written guide (inspired by mkalter):
-Have your phone rooted, and CWM installed
-Make a full backup (Nandroid + titanium backup etc)
-Copy the ROM to your internal SD Card
-Enter recovery
-Wipe data/factory reset, cache, and then go into advanced, and wipe the Dalvik cache too
-Flash the ROM
-Wipe AGAIN data/factory reset, cache, and then go into advanced, and wipe the Dalvik cache too
-Go into advanced and fix permissions
-Reboot the device.

Here are some screenshots of the ROM:

Hope you enjoyed the guide!
TotallydubbedHD

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43 thoughts on “Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Port for Samsung Galaxy S – GT-I9000

  1. Tushar

    hey
    can i know what all is working in this rom??

    and thanks for the awesome ROM…Nice work DEVS..:D

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      1. Tushar

        Hey
        can we probably use the JB lockscreen on ICS??or the bootanimation??

        i really like ur work..thanks..

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  2. mishkulake

    …how can I do that please? I believed that when I put a new rom averithing begin wityh the begining…Can you be more specific, please!
    Thank you in advance!

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Go into settings, whilst your phone has booted, and wipe the internal sd card, under memory. It will wipe the roms on there, and your game settings, and your backups. So make sure you have everything you need on a pc. I can’t be anymore specific

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  3. Nathan

    Hi,

    I have been trying to install V6 of TAJB, I get an issue with any ROM going through some loop at the beginning of the install.
    What version of before JB were you using with the CWM?

    Thanks

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  4. Arvin

    hey there, do you have the final Jellybean that works for SGS? is everything working now? the camera? and everything? Please give me the link.. i want to update my SGS to jellybean.. Nice work..

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    1. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      Ok…what I’m I supposed to do about it?
      You should not have flashed a i9000 rom on a i9003.
      Try posting on XDA with detailed explanation of what you last did, and what you have tried, maybe someone can then help you.

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