Samsung Galaxy S Gets Froyo Update in Norway, Denmark, and Sweden

Word is coming in that various users across Europe (Norway, Denmark, and Sweden) are seeing Android 2.2 updates to their Samsung Galaxy S phones.  Folks with the update program known as Samsung Kies should be able to grab this manually for their i9000 handsets.   When updated, the phone should register as build I9000 JPM.  To be clear, this is only works for this particular device, your US counterpart is still going to need to wait.  Looks like perhaps the source code was slightly ahead of the official rollout.  Maybe after the update trickles around the world, Samsung will make it available again.

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  • Rdomino

    Can confirm this, just talked with the Samsung support line in Denmark, FroYo was released today BUT only for nonbranded phones. People who bourght the phone in shops like Telia, TDC, Telenor will get the update in the middle of november – So no more spetaculations!!

  • Harri


    Finland also got this update today!

    • Sean


      Who’s your provider? I have dna and I still don’t seem to have the upgrade yet.


    Hey we just wrote a guide on how to update your GT-i9000 device right now regardless of country, through a registry hack with Kies. Check it out here ht tp : // bit . ly / bNP jMJ

  • GearFourth

    Updated mine yesterday (Norway).

  • Pal

    So, i got a rooted 2.1 version, love it. But i would like to upgrade to 2.2 froyo, can i still do all the root stuff, or do i have to wait for the root for 2.2?