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ZTE firmware package for V11a aka Vodafone SmartTab10

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Hi,

I recently found a stock firmware package for my device. It's Vodafone SmartTab10 or ZTE v11a. Trouble is that the known ZTE flasher software wont recognize it as the valid update package because qcsblhd_cfgdata.mbn file is missing. There are also a bunch of .bin and .xml files so the content differ a bit from the standard update package for the ZTE devices.

I can connect the tablet via FTM on COM14 and to backup a Chanel1.nvm but thats it. Is there any other ZTE flasher that can use this files? Any clue?

Thanks.

Files list:

rawprogram0.xml 7.762 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

patch0.xml 1.573 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

partition.xml 3.705 02.09.2011 15:38 -a--c

tz.mbn 103.960 17.11.2011 16:00 -a--c

sbl3.mbn 622.592 17.11.2011 16:00 -a--c

sbl2.mbn 108.652 17.11.2011 15:58 -a--c

sbl1.mbn 71.840 17.11.2011 15:56 -a--c

rpm.mbn 116.420 17.11.2011 15:59 -a--c

partition.mbn 9.728 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

emmcbld.mbn 167.008 26.10.2011 10:31 -a--c

emmc_appsboot.mbn 72.000 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

cefs2.mbn 3.145.728 18.11.2011 15:21 -a--c

cefs1.mbn 3.145.728 18.11.2011 15:21 -a--c

amss.mbn 18.969.240 17.11.2011 16:48 -a--c

8660_msimage.mbn 1.679.872 18.11.2011 15:36 -a--c

recovery.img 5.195.776 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

boot.img 4.620.288 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

MPRG8660.hex 467.026 18.08.2011 16:02 -a--c

userdata.img.ext4 4.096.000 11.08.2011 05:54 -a--c

system.img.ext4 660.602.880 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

persist.img.ext4 4.496.000 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

cache.img.ext4 4.096.000 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

partition.bin 26.112 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

NON-HLOS.bin 25.081.344 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

MBR0.bin 512 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

EBR0.bin 9.216 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

cdrom.bin 10.485.760 16.11.2011 15:09 -a--c

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I've found the way

The BIG secret is in here Huawei Mediapad用户升级指导书.pdf (use google translate)

Huawei Mediapad has exactly the same update packages and recovery

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Posted (edited)

I've found the way

The BIG secret is in here Huawei Mediapad用户升级指导书.pdf (use google translate)

Huawei Mediapad has exactly the same update packages and recovery

but is that meaning that we can flash a media pad rom? 'cose that would be greate

off course that they are small diffrences but at least we would have a base for custom rom for 4.0

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