orb3000 · Mar 10, 2011 at 06:00 am

Samsung Vibrant – Video How-To Thread

If you have a Samsung Vibrant device, this may be of your interest. XDA member connexion2005 compiled a great thread containing links to how to´s on video. Topics such as how to flash, backup and restore, how to soft UN-Brick any Galaxy S, how to enter recovery and download Mode, rooting, networking, and reviews.
No doubt a great thread to have in mind if you want to modify your device. Please say thanks or leave your comments.

Originally posted by connexion2005
[VIDEO] Samsung Vibrant Video How-To Thread

This thread will serve as the OFFICIAL thread for all of my How-To tutorials for everything VIBRANT. Keep an eye out as I’m developing new videos on a daily basis. This will just be known as the central repository for all video tutorial links. Please post requests you’d like to see as well and if I’m capable, I’ll create them.

SIDE NOTE: There are many different ways and methods to do a number of the steps in my videos. I know this. I am illustrating what I feel is the easiest and most simplistic way to perform the steps to achieve the goal at hand. Constructive criticism is appreciated but remember, the target audience is a user who has no clue about how to complete the solution. Filler is included along with detailed info about steps to educate the user as well as instruct he or she.

Please consider donating as all of my work is non-profit and I do it for XDA and Android enthusiasts alike. I would have greatly appreciated these videos when I was a newbie and I’m sure you will to. Donation button is in my AVATAR to the left

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