Samsung Galaxy S owners can get their hands on the custom ROM based on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which will let them taste the Galaxy S3 candies such as user interface, stock wallpapers, icons, TouchWiz Nature UX launcher, ringtones, notifications, UI sounds and more. Thanks to the efforts of XDA senior member Vlad87do for releasing RemICS UX ROM based on CyanogenMod 9 for Galaxy S.
Check out the steps below on how to install RemICS-UX ROM on Samsung Galaxy S i9000, courtesy The Android Soul.
Requirements: Please keep in mind that the method is compatible only with Samsung Galaxy S i9000. To check for the device's version you can head to Settings > About phone.
The steps will wipe away all the data, apps and settings. IBTimes UK advises users to proceed at their own risk and will not be held responsible for any consequences.
- Remove SIM card lock by heading to Settings > Location and Security > Sim card lock > clear checkbox
- Flash stock XXJW4 firmware
- Root XXJW4 to get CWM recovery
- Download the new ROM from here
- Copy downloaded file to internal SDcard
- Switch off your phone and boot into CWM recovery. To do so, press and hold Volume Up and Home buttons while powering the device. Keep holding until the screen turns on and then release all the buttons
- Choose Wipe Data/Factory Reset and then select "Yes" to confirm wiping
- Select Install Zip from SDcard and then select choose zip from SDcard. Scroll to ROM file and select it
- Confirm installation by selecting "Yes". ROM will begin installing
- In the middle of installation the device will reboot and only then continue installing ROM. If the device will simply reboot then repeat steps 8 and 9
- After installing, choose go back and then choose reboot system now in order to reboot your device into RemICS-UX ROM
- After booting, head to Settings > System > Notification drawer and then choose Hide Indicator
You have now installed RemICS-UX ROM on your Samsung Galaxy S i9000. For more details, you can visit the xda developers forum.
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