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jorgen41

Any way of changing rom in later blades ??

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jorgen41    2

This is what i have so far with my blade...

Software - 2.1-update1

Basband version - BNO_P729VB01

Kernel - 2.6.29

BNO_P729W1.0.0B01

The methods dont seem to work on later Blades None of the methods works on my blade..

Method : Vol+ / Power = Fail (Booting and holding vol+ is disabled)

Method : Vol+ / Power / Menu = Fail (Booting and holding vol+ is disabled)

Method : Using ZTE-Blade Recovery Manager 0.29b (The "new" method for later Blades) = Fail (You can install Clockwork but if you use :

recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.8-blade.img = If you select anything in the menu and press menu the screen goes dark and nothing happens cant even reboot.

recovery-clockwork-3.0.0.5-blade.img = If you select anything in the menu and press menu a hat comes up and nothing happens cant even reboot.

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rjm2k    5
This is what i have so far with my blade...

Software - 2.1-update1

Basband version - BNO_P729VB01

Kernel - 2.6.29

BNO_P729W1.0.0B01

The methods dont seem to work on later Blades None of the methods works on my blade..

Method : Vol+ / Power = Fail (Booting and holding vol+ is disabled)

Method : Vol+ / Power / Menu = Fail (Booting and holding vol+ is disabled)

Method : Using ZTE-Blade Recovery Manager 0.29b (The "new" method for later Blades) = Fail (You can install Clockwork but if you use :

recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.8-blade.img = If you select anything in the menu and press menu the screen goes dark and nothing happens cant even reboot.

recovery-clockwork-3.0.0.5-blade.img = If you select anything in the menu and press menu a hat comes up and nothing happens cant even reboot.

you could try rooting it then use quickboot to boot into bootloader

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jorgen41    2

As stated clockwork is installed but not working correcly...

With reboot i meen from clockwork offcourse....

@rjm2k

It is rooted.... as far as i know it have to be rooted for the ZTE-Blade Recovery Manager method to work...

Edited by jorgen41

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jorgen41    2
just use

adb shell reboot recovery

Then i get :

C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>adb shell reboot recovery

reboot: Operation not permitted

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jorgen41    2

So far so good... Backup in Clockwork tested and working.

Havnt tested anything else yet.. So the ZTE-Blade Recovery Manager 0.29b method seems to work.

@Drakedian Glad i could make someone laugh today ;-)

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Then i get :

C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>adb shell reboot recovery

reboot: Operation not permitted

your phone is not rooted :P

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ololizoz    1
Notice now that when i try to root with Universal Androot v1.6.2 beta 5 i get "Failed ! ---Fu goo ---

Keep trying, it took me 3 times before it got rooted

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jorgen41    2
BNO?

I hope you did a romdump or other back up installed a new rom. That's one we don't have..

BNO.. yeap thats my original rom that was in the phone when i bought it...

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IronDoc    0
BNO.. yeap thats my original rom that was in the phone when i bought it...

So is that a no?

Did you download and use Seb's program?

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Sebastian404    131
BNO.. yeap thats my original rom that was in the phone when i bought it...

What country did you buy it in, and what network was it on?

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-Que-    0

I had the same problem with my Zte Blade bought from Finnish operator "TeleFinland". Phone cannot be booted to bootloader with the volume up-button.

However managed to boot to bootloader mode using SwitchPro Widget from

the market. It let's you choose how to boot if phone is rooted.

Edited by -Que-

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samjam    21
I had the same problem with my Zte Blade bought from Finnish operator "TeleFinland". Phone cannot be booted to bootloader with the volume up-button.

However managed to boot to bootloader mode using SwitchPro Widget from

the market. It let's you choose how to boot if phone is rooted.

Try a Total-phone-transfer to the hungarian, and then work from that?

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wbaw    415

Will a TPT work on these newer blades? It relies on starting with vol +. Does anybody that has one want to test?

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