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After thoroughly reading the doc thread, I decided to go with Speedmod only on top of my bog standard JPO install. Was just an odin kernel flash and then change what you want in Clockwork Recovery.

Is there a link in mods/tips/tricks where i can flash stock again?

Only about a quarter of all Android users have upgraded their device to the latest OS. The one on the blog could be a notice from Samsung for unbranded phones.

Even with Ryan's OCLF I installed some time ago, the phone is too slow that when calls come in, the screen lights up, 10 seconds later begins to ring, but the whole time the screen is frozen and the screen irresponsive and I cannot answer calls.It worked flawlessly and is a brilliant feature made available early by Samsung.I guess they now have 1 less feature to brag about. i have been trying to get a solution about this update for the past 2 days and after A LOT of phone calls back and forwards from optus to samsung, this is the best i could get... Apart from that article from TG Daily (and a post on the UK Vodaphone forums there seems to be little fresh talk atm of an imminent Galaxy S update – so I will keep my excitement in check for now, and keep an eye on this forum and Kies. Currently the Optus usage meter doesn't work with Virgin. I didnt realize i need to add swype myself so make sure you do that. t=817703 – there is a download link: Virgin and Optus use the same firmware. I heard this directly from a Samsung engineer [a friend] who said that they had the firmware ready for Optus to roll out. felt the same way, just follow the instructions properly and you will be fine.

Even with Ryan's OCLF I installed some time ago, the phone is too slow that when calls come in, the screen lights up, 10 seconds later begins to ring, but the whole time the screen is frozen and the screen irresponsive and I cannot answer calls.It worked flawlessly and is a brilliant feature made available early by Samsung.I guess they now have 1 less feature to brag about. i have been trying to get a solution about this update for the past 2 days and after A LOT of phone calls back and forwards from optus to samsung, this is the best i could get... Apart from that article from TG Daily (and a post on the UK Vodaphone forums there seems to be little fresh talk atm of an imminent Galaxy S update – so I will keep my excitement in check for now, and keep an eye on this forum and Kies. Currently the Optus usage meter doesn't work with Virgin. I didnt realize i need to add swype myself so make sure you do that. t=817703 – there is a download link: Virgin and Optus use the same firmware. I heard this directly from a Samsung engineer [a friend] who said that they had the firmware ready for Optus to roll out. felt the same way, just follow the instructions properly and you will be fine.Its crazy that I have to wait for optus to approve as I dont want or cant use the optus apps anyway (as I'm on virgin). the last post just got in and answers my question about removing OCLF. Back up your EFS folder whrl.pl/Rcr6Wi (requires Root) yea true, but all these questions for me were in preparation for the froyo update – but then maybe should have gone in another thread ... I decided life was too precious to waste clicking retry a few hundred times with little discernable progress. my version of 1.5.1.10062 (Which I got from au.samsungmobile.com) automatically updated itself to 1.5.3.10103_100 2 weeks ago. News: Android 2.2 for Samsung Galaxy S is now available 16/11/2010Owners of Samsung's Galaxy S line of phones have been patiently waiting for the Android 2.2 update that many other Android owners have had for months, and now it looks like the wait may finally be over.