TUTO: Installing Android 4.0.4 on Galaxy S i9000 via CyanogenMod – STABLE! [MAJ 28/08/2012]

Your Galaxy S i9000 with CyanogenMod will go to 4.0.4 through this tutorial.

And why can’t Galaxy S owners enjoy version 4.0.4 of Google’s latest Ice Cream Sandwich?

Never mind, since it’s not directly from Samsung, Cyanogen has fixed things up and prepared a Custom ROM port that I’ll tell you the procedure to follow in a few seconds. Don’t forget to make a small backup of your apps.

But remember, this is a constantly evolving beta 🙂

Install Android 4.0.4 CyanogenMod
on Galaxy s i9000

Prerequisites:

  • A Galaxy S i9000
  • ClockWorkMod Recovery you can find In our Galaxy S forum.
  • Latest CyanogenMod Custom ROM available here (newest to oldest) :
    1. 20120828
  1. 20120717
  2. 20120709
  3. 20120707
  4. 20120705
  5. 20120704
  6. 20120702
  7. 20120701

Nothing has started for now, Don’t forget to backup your data! I repeat myself, but in the end this is very important. There are several useful apps to backup your SMS, contacts, call log. I recommend doing these three actions with the excellent Super Backup, which you will find just below:

[app]com.idea.backup.smscontacts[/app]

And for your apps:

[app]mobi.infolife.appbackup[/app]

After the custom ROM is installed, all you have to do is download the app again from Google Play and restore it.

Facility :

  1. Connect Galaxy S to PC with USB cable.
  2. Enable USB storage on mobile devices. If it does not appear automatically, remove the cable, “Settings > Wireless & Networks > USB > Mass Storage” . Click on it and then connect the USB cable.
  3. Drag the archive downloaded during the third prerequisite to the memory of the mobile phone.
  4. Disconnect the USB cable and then turn off the mobile phone.
  5. Boot the Galaxy S in Recovery mode by pressing the button without ordering and releasing ” Volume Up + Home + Power ” (key ” house black square at the bottom of the screen).
  6. After entering ClockWorkMod Recovery, ” units ” until ” Install zip from sd card“.
  7. Confirm with « Strength ” Where “house” .
  8. Choose ” Choose zip from SD card ” Where ” Choose zip from internal sdcard” .
  9. Find and install the CyanogenMod archive (“YEAH-Download update-cm-9-20120330-NIGHTLY-galaxysmtd-signed.zip )
  10. To do ” Back » > « Back » > « reboot system now“.
  11. Wait until the mobile phone is fully powered on.
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Google apps

Prerequisites:

  • archive it is HERE.

Facility :

  1. Connect Galaxy S to PC with USB cable.
  2. Enable USB storage on mobile devices. If it doesn’t appear automatically, unplug the cable,” Settings > Wireless & Networks > USB > Mass Storage” . Click on it and then connect the USB cable.
  3. Drag the archive of Google apps to mobile memory.
  4. Disconnect the USB cable and then turn off the mobile phone.
  5. Boot the Galaxy S in Recovery mode by pressing the button without ordering and releasing ” Volume Up + Home + Power ” (key ” house black square at the bottom of the screen).
  6. After entering ClockWorkMod Recovery, ” units ” until ” Install zip from sd card” .
  7. Confirm with « Strength ” Where “house” .
  8. Choose ” Choose zip from SD card ” Where ” Choose zip from internal sdcard” .
  9. Find and install the CyanogenMod archive (” YES–Install Gapps-ics-20120317-signed.zip” )
  10. To do ” Back » > « Back » > ” reboot system now” .
  11. Wait until the mobile phone is fully powered on.

You can now enjoy 200% of your new content. Galaxy S i9000 🙂

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