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Today, Samsung updated its open-source portal with what seems to be the final Android 2.2 source code for JPM Galaxy S i9000s. This might not mean much right now to those of you running carrier-branded Galaxy S phones (Captivate, Vibrant, Epic 4G, Fascinate), but it is a positive indication of things to come and may mean that the Froyo ROMs for your handsets will be showing up sooner rather than later.

Several users who have installed the update themselves have reported some sluggishness without the use of the famous "lag fix", which definitely leaves some room for improvement.

This release should be of benefit to adventurous phone flashers with the dev of the popular Voodoo mod, supercurio, indicating that he plans to incorporate this build into the next beta, along with his own fixes.

Source: XDA-Developers via AndroidCentral

Link: Samsung Open Source Release Center (search: i9000)