Froyo leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S

Froyo leaks are coming out of the woodwork, and next up is the Samsung Galaxy S i9000.  Some friendly Samsung hackers in Amsterdam got ahold of the leak and are hard at work getting it ready for download.  Hopefully, they're in a quaint coffee shoppe un-watermarking and prepping things and not locked away in some harshly lit basement :)

The download is scheduled to be up at 1200 Amsterdam time (that's 6 a.m. EDT/ 3 a.m. PDT for those of us on American unstandard time), and you'll be able to find it at Samsung Firmwares.  Be warned -- this isn't for your Vibrant or Captivate just yet ... give the developers a few hours to get it ported over, we'll let you know!  [Samsung Firmwares via BriefMobile]

Jerry Hildenbrand
Senior Editor — Google Ecosystem

Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.

  • Great news. The Captivate is gonna be a whirlwind on 2.2
  • This makes me giddy :)
  • I wonder if we'll ever see any roms on the Droid x...
  • Or better yet Verizon could just release the Fascinate already!
  • argh.. so close yet so far........... i need the fix.. please....
  • I wish AC was nailing down sources for this phone rather than telling me about hacks for a phone I can't even purchase.
  • Amazon. About 650 US unlocked. Nobody has imported in the US in large numbers yet, but PureMobile (1-800-507-8819) claims they will have it soon (unlocked) and price on a phone that was part of a bulk purchase should be a bit lower. So basically, nothing to report :)
  • Alright Vibrant and Captivate devs... get to work. I want to be able to port something to my Epic when it comes out next month (probably).
  • What about installing this ROM on Captivate? Being the same hardware, it should work, right? Probably, it would unlock the phone, right?
  • No, I was looking into porting it over... We need a Captivate boot image.