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How to install Voodoo Lagfix on Samsung Galaxy S with XXJVP 2.3.4

Samsung Galaxy LogoFor all those who want to Speed up their Samsung Galaxy S devices, here’s a great news for all of them as recently Voodoo has come out with a Stock XXJVP 2.3.4 Gingerbread along with the EXT 4 Kernel which basically eats up the lag giving rise to the faster experience. With the arrival of Samsung Galaxy S2, you might feel that you are using an under powered device but it’s actually not the case how it’s differentiated as we will now check out on how you can fasten up your phone. Please note that you will have to carefully follow the below mentioned pre instructions followed by the instructions to apply Voodoo on your Samsung Galaxy S or else there is a high risk of even bricking up of your device.


  1. Hey, will you have a lagfix out for 2.3.5 soon?


  2. Ive put a firmware of you on my phone how do i remove it to put a original firmware back on so i can connect to kies

  3. When i give start it says FAIL!! what is wrong?
    message window says

    Odin v.3 engine (ID:5)..
    File analysis..
    Can’t open the serial(COM) port.
    All threads completed. (succeed 0 / failed 1)

  4. before lagfix : 1862 quadrant score.
    After lagfix : 1862 quadrant score. Help me ! what’s wrong ?

  5. can i choose not to restore factory settings after this lagfix ?

  6. Can i choose not to restore factory settings after this lagfix ? And also, after doing this lagfix , my phone does not seems to be rooted at all.

  7. Would like to install the Voodoo lagfix, but i already have a speedmod install (which still uses the rfs), would i be able to install the voodoo lagfix over it?

    thank u

  8. i want firmware for my galaxy s i9003. someone help me please!

  9. Bartender…..get this man a drink…Hell….get him anything he wants. Neal…thank you so much for the step by step walk through. I no want to sing lullabies to my phone at night it runs soooo smooth and fast.

    One Question I have for you though……I didn’t do the clear cache step in the recovery mode. I didn’t want to do a factory reset which I seem to recall you mentioned to do. Is this bad? What benefits are there from doing it, and what will I be missing out on…..extra battery life? I did a quadrant test as scored a 2253!! for me…that was unheard of before!! I just was wondering if I could leave it the way it was.

    Cheers and thank you very much again. To anyone reading….don’t even think about doing it….just do it. Follow Neal’s explanation….and you will be a very happy androidaholic.

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Friends call him Droid Geek because he tries out different ROM’s everyday and helps droid users experience better features on their devices. Add +Neal Pradeep on Google Plus for more Updates.
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