Galaxy S I9000

How to update Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000 to Gingerbread XXJVQ 2.3.4 Firmware

Also, most importantly if you update your Galaxy S with the same that doesn’t mean that you have rooted the device. If you have rooted your Galaxy S before then please note that after updating the device with the Gingerbread 2.3.4 you will have to again follow the procedure to root the Galaxy S as the rooting access is revoked after doing this update. All the users across the World can proceed and update their phones but the only thing you will have to ensure is that the phone is not locked with any sorts of network or else it will lock the handset after the update.

Most of the users might be new to this firmware update world, so for all those we would like to add that irrespective of Eclair 2.1 or even Froyo 2.2, 2.3 or say even Gingerbread 2.3.4 version, you can directly proceed for the firmware update for your Galaxy S just by following the below procedures carefully. Please note that many users keep repeatedly address the issue of NO INTERNET CONNECTION working after the firmware update, for all those i would like to say that since the firmware upgrade process will be undergone all the APN Settings which are responsible for the Internet access will be wiped and you will have to reconfigure them all to get an Internet access and in the same way you will also have to configure all the MMS settings to be able to send the MMS from your phone after the firmware update.

Please note that this update is neither the Cyanogen update nor any other like Darky’s version as this is the stock update. This update of Gingerbread 2.3.4 XXJVQ will soon be released over the air very soon to all the SAMSUNG Galaxy S phones over the KIES software tool which is the official gateway for all the updates. In the due course of this article we will see on how you can update your phone with the help of Odin software tool.

Just follow the below mentioned procedure to avoid problems and just in case if due to any issues the software update refuses to happen due to power failure than just re-try the whole procedure from start and never try to manually interrupt the updating process as this may harm your device. Also, updating this firmware in any manner will not void the warranty or spoil the phone as long as you are following every single instruction which is mentioned below. Please note that in any manner that is in part or in whole we can’t be held responsible for anything and this firmware is not recommended for all those whose phones are network locked.

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