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Your white-patch is too bright if you click on it in ACR you'll get a message to that effect. The green channel is almost clipped.
Regardless of that, DNG profiles are for RAW files not JPGs and wrapping a JPG inside a DNG file doesn't change it to be RAW, so even if the target was exposed properly it wouldn't do you much good to have such a profile.
Yeah, you're right. It's overexposed. I managed to create profile with another shot. Do you guys know if it's possible to spoof Photoshop somehome and force-load profile in ACR for jpg file ? Now if I open jpg in ACR it uses "Embedded" profile that I cannot change
If you convert your JPG to a DNG can you change the profile to the one you computed from the other JPG you converted to a DNG?
Profiles are not for JPGs. Profiles are for RAW files that ACR supports. You can't (easily/ever) get a RAW file from your Galaxy S and Adobe doesn’t' support that RAW format even if you could.
To see if your profiling is working, you can used the ColorCheck module from a trial version of Imatest that you download from www.imatest.com and look at the color-error.
You can also try the Read_Color_CC24.jsx script from Rags-Gardner:
I don't see any technical limitation that would explain why I can't change profile for something that is opened in ACR as 16 bit file.