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Do you own a Samsung Galaxy S? If yes, then it’s time for you to give a try with Android 4.3 for your device. XDA Recognized Developer pawitp has rolled out an unofficial CyanogenMod 10.2 build (Android 4.3) for Samsung Galaxy S i9000.

This CM 10.2 ROM cannot be considered as a perfectly stable one. You may experience problems with the SELinux context of some files which are not set properly and a frequently crashing RILD.

Samsung Galaxy S i9000

Follow the steps below to install CyanogenMod 10.2 on your Galaxy S i9000.

  • Root the device and install ClockworkMod Recovery, if you haven’t done it yet (Preferably CWM).
  • Download the CyanogenMod 10.2 ROM and Google Apps from the download links in the original thread at XDA and move them to the SD card.
  • Boot into recovery (power off the device and hold the power and volume buttons until bootloader options are shown and then use the volume and power buttons to enter recovery mode).
  • Do a Nandroid backup, feel free to head over to our guide to know how to take a Nandroid backup.
  • Wipe cache and dalvik cache and do a factory reset.
  • Install the ROM and the Google Apps  from internal sdcard using the recovery.
  • Reboot

Finish! You’ve successfully installed CM 10.2 (Android 4.3) on your Galaxy S i9000.

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