Sunday, October 21, 2012

Install Jelly Bean 4.1.2 on Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001

Good news for Samsung Galaxy S Plus. Earlier I had covered how to install Ice Cream Sandwich on the S Plus and now the Jelly Bean update is here. Not just 4.1.1 but 4.1.2. The sad thing though is that the ROM which runs on 4.1.2 for the S Plus is still in alpha stage which means it will have a few bugs as the developer Doomsday94 from XDA mentions. But the good thing is that development is still going on and we can expect more updates for this ROM and soon a full functional stable version. 

Most things of everyday use such as Calls, Audio, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc. work fine. But the camera doesn't work and so does not the GPS(It is only an alpha version). 

This Jelly Bean 4.1.2 ROM is based on CyanogenMod 10. The ROM works well on the S Plus with the exception of the a fore mentioned camera and GPS. Being a custom ROM you will need to have Clockwork Mod Recovery Installed to install this ROM and your device had to be rooted. 

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The ROM that is DoomNexus as dubbed by the developer requires the following specifications to be installed. 

  • Galaxy S plus i9001. This is not compatible with any other device. Check Phone details in Settings to make sure you have the right device.
  • Atleast 80% charge.
  •  Full backup of the phone. 

We are not responsible for the damage caused to your device because of your negligence. Your warranty will be void if you proceed. 

Install Jelly Bean 4.1.2 on Samsung Galaxy S Plus i9001

1. Download the ROM and Google Apps and copy both of them to the root of your SD Card.

2. Go to CWM recovery by pressing Vol Up+ Home+ Power button. Use Vol buttons to navigate and power button/ Home to select.

3. If you are on gingerbread, then select wipe data/factory reset. Then go to advanced and select wipe dalvik cache.

4. If you are on CyanogenMod then, just wipe Dalvik  and cache partition.

5. Select Install Zip from SD card and select ROM you downloaded. Install it.

6. When it's finished, flash the google apps.

7. Go to advanced and select fix permissions.

8. Reboot the device. First boot might take some time. Reboot again after phone is up and running.

 We are ready to help. Just post your problems as comments below!


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  2. Any patch for Camera?


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