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For questions specific to the original Galaxy S. The Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000) was a high-end smartphone at the time of its launch. Variants include Epic 4G, Vibrant, Captivate, and Fascinate. Add a device tag only if your question is genuinely specific to your make and model!

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What model do you have? There are a billion (hyperbole) Galaxy S models. There is a 2.2 update for the US Captivate, for the international i9000, and for others. You can get the update OTA (over th …
answered Dec 15 '10 by Matthew Read
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Samfirmware.com or XDA are your best bets. If you need instructions for flashing with Odin or recovery, we have lots of questions on that so just do a search :)
answered Dec 9 '11 by Matthew Read
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I believe the solution is the same as in my answer here: Try different button combinations to get into Download Mode, then try the update. If the update doesn't work in Download Mode try again from t …
answered Nov 26 '11 by Matthew Read
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Well for the Vibrant, the codes are as follows; for example, KA7: The first letter is the year: K is the eleventh letter of the alphabet, so 2011. The second is the month: January (A = 1). 7 is the …
answered Mar 21 '11 by Matthew Read
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Yes You can lagfix without rooting by flashing a kernel like Voodoo through Odin. But This will void your warranty anyways. If it helps, the SGS phones are very easy to unroot and revert to stock …
answered Feb 13 '11 by Matthew Read
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Delete the saved network from the phone, then reboot both the phone and the router and try again. If that doesn't fix it you'll need to test with another network to see if it's a phone issue or not.
answered Apr 15 '11 by Matthew Read
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Early promotional material for the Galaxy S said that it had an FM transmitter. Samsung later removed this from the list of features. Some models, such as the i9000, have a FM receiver. It appears …
answered Dec 26 '10 by Matthew Read
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The Android Market is on the Galaxy S, it's a Google-approved device. Edit: Since you aren't on Froyo already I recommend getting it through Kies Mini, download from: http://samsung.com/uk/. That sh …
answered Jan 22 '11 by Matthew Read
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Go to Settings -> Location and security -> Credential storage -> Set password to change it.
answered Dec 17 '11 by Matthew Read
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This button is normally greyed out when there aren't any defaults set (and possibly when there are no other applications to change the defaults to). If you install another voice recording app, you sh …
answered Feb 4 '11 by Matthew Read
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No, it doesn't matter at all for recovery. Just make sure that if the Odin package contains anything beside CWM (e.g., a kernel) that the versions match. I've used a Voodoo kernel with built in CWM …
answered Oct 14 '11 by Matthew Read
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You could try Kies Mini, it may work better although it may not have the features you want. Or make sure Kies is updated, you can check for updates right from the program.
answered Jan 3 '11 by Matthew Read
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I believe it's for displaying photos, videos, etc. uploaded by the contact on Facebook, Twitter, et al. Edit: Confirmed, it shows Facebook photos uploaded by my contacts from Facebook.
answered Jan 31 '11 by Matthew Read
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Usually, Read-Only Memory is called internal storage, specifically the system partition on that storage (since other areas are writable by default). The image of the phone's firmware and OS is the ROM …
answered May 8 '11 by Matthew Read
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The Captivate does not have a front-facing camera, thus no self-shot mode. You'll have to turn it around and try to tap the on-screen button without seeing it to take a picture of yourself (or use a …
answered Dec 16 '10 by Matthew Read

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