Want Froyo on the Samsung Captivate and can't wait any longer? A leaked build has emerged tonight. We've plopped it on our Captivate and are giving it the what-for. In the meantime, if you don't mind a little hackery, you can give it a go, too. Instructions are simple as as follow:
- Download the leaked file I897UCJI6-OCD-REV02-Low-designgears.exe (hit the source link at the end of this post).
- Turn off your Captivate.
- Launch the I897UCJI6-OCD-REV02-Low-designgears.exe file you just downloaded.
- Hold down the volume buttons and plug in your Captivate.
- Hit "Start" on the Odin program. Sit back and relax.
It's that simple, folks. As always, you're taking things into your own hands here, so no blaming anybody if this turns out to not be the final Froyo build. Good luck, happy flashing, and let us know how it went in the Android Central Captivate Forums! [XDA Developers via Android Central Forums]
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