At some point last year I successfully upgraded and rooted my 8GB Vodafone branded I9000 Galaxy S to Froyo and installed the Voodoo Lag fix. I think I used ODIN and a tool called ‘SuperOneClick’. (I lost all my bookmarks in freak Chrome syncing accident
I would really like to try to do two things:
1). Upgrade to a stock non Vodafone branded Gingerbread ROM.
2). Try out some optimized non bloated user cooked ROMS.
I just have a few concerns about the process and would really appreciate some advice.
The samfirmware.com Tool gives me the following information about my current ROM:
Region: Vodafone, (Branded: yes)
Available languages: de, el, en, es, fr, hr, hu, it, nl, pt, sl, sv, tr,
Unknown 2010 Revision: 7
I also have ROM Manager Premium & CWM Recovery Installed.
In my mind I think I need to do the following:
1) Backup all data/apps/EFS using Titanium Backup
2) Disable the Voodoo Lag fix
3) Remove CWM Recovery?
4) Unroot my Froyo build – Using SuperOneClick?
5) Find latest UK Gingerbread stock Rom 2.3.4(Any ideas which one?)
6) Hard reset of handset
7) Use ODIN to install non Vodafone Stock ROM onto my handset (Is this even possible?)
Root - Using SuperOneClick?
Does that sound right or am I making it overly complicated? There is so much info out there but none I piece together and say that it will exactly suit what I want to achieve without bricking my Galaxy?
I would really appreciate any advice or pointers!