Click to check out our i9000XXJP1 Android 2.2 Froyo on Samsung Galaxy S guide. The firmware is now available from that guide.
If you thought we’d be waiting a long time for the Galaxy S to get an official Samsung Android 2.2 Froyo build, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see a leaked build from Samsung Firmwares for Android 2.2 on the Galaxy S i9000. No, this build will not work with the Captivate or Vibrant yet. The new firmware is labeled I9000XXJP1 and is an official test build of Android 2.2 Froyo on the Galaxy S. The file size of the new firmware sits at roughly 252 megabytes.
If you were wondering about language support: no worries! I9000XXJP1 will support Bulgarian, Cestina, Dansk, Deutsch (3), English (6), Espanol, Francais (2), Hrvatski, Italiano, Latvian, Lithuanian, Magyar, Nederlands (2), Polski, Portugues, Romana, Slovencina, Slovenian, Suomi, Svenska, Turkce, Russian, Chinese.
The firmware has been tested out by the leaker who reports that it looks fast, but not quite as fast as it will be for the Android 2.2 launch on Galaxy S devices around September. The file will be available to download at 12:00 Amsterdam time, so about 3:00 AM Pacific Time, from Samsung Firmwares.