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HUAWEI RELEASE ICS 4.0.3 for U8818/U8815/G300 version B926【BOOT SYSTEM IMAGE LINK】

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Huawei release ICS 4.0.3 for huawei U8818 in China

Version is B926。。 Only OTA download

BL LOCKED

the 3 pic is u8800pro ,Upgrade to the latest version ICS 4.0.3。 ROOT but ...............bad news

I flashed boot.img and system.img , and Random reboots and no signal ,no baseband

BOOT SYSTEM IMAGE:

Download Link :

http://115.com/file/...ed#image.tar.gz

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oh nice. Presumably if you flash to a U8818 firmware the OTA update will become available?

I just noticed the locked bootloader :(

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Excuse my ignorance and I can make some informed assumptions about it but what are the implications of the bootloader being locked. Does it mean that you cannot load an unofficial rom and does it stop CWM from working.

I understand that anything being 'locked' is bad but I just wondered HOW BAD.

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oh nice. Presumably if you flash to a U8818 firmware the OTA update will become available?

I just noticed the locked bootloader :(

sorry my english, I mean via OTA upgrade to the latest ICS 4.0.3

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Could you do a system dump qiwu huang? Thank You

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Excuse my ignorance and I can make some informed assumptions about it but what are the implications of the bootloader being locked. Does it mean that you cannot load an unofficial rom and does it stop CWM from working.

I understand that anything being 'locked' is bad but I just wondered HOW BAD.

locked,so no cwm,no root

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Your English is very good! :D

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Could you do a system dump qiwu huang? Thank You

yeah, I have unpacked update.app. And get boot.img and system.img

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locked,so no cwm,no root

Oh, THAT BAD. :angry2:

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yeah, I have unpacked update.app. And get boot.img and system.img

This will be a great help for CM9 development. Your the greatest qiwu huang. Please upload.

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well thats good on 1 front but not on another. just hope someone cant crack open this locked bootloader.

you think someone will be able to crack this bootloader Qiwu?

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There's really no need. If we can get image dumps then we can just flash the update via CWM and bypass the OTA bootloader update altogether.

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Out of interest, what are you using to unpack the UPDATE.APPs, qiwu? The last script I saw seems pretty broken.

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Out of interest, what are you using to unpack the UPDATE.APPs, qiwu? The last script I saw seems pretty broken.

I think he will use Root Explorer. But then again it can't be rooted.

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I think he will use Root Explorer. But then again it can't be rooted.

That has nothing to do with unpacking UPDATE.APPs. That's an app, not a script for unpacking a file.

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That has nothing to do with unpacking UPDATE.APPs. That's an app, not a script for unpacking a file.

That has nothing to do with unpacking UPDATE.APPs. That's an app, not a script for unpacking a file.

Sorry misread what qiwu huang said :wacko:

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I rewirte 3 scripts for huawei new phones (G300 HONOR P1) to unpack update.app

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think we might need to put a warning up up or something...dont update to Official ICS(unless u want too) until the bootloader has been cracked or something. :wacko:

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think we might need to put a warning up up or something...dont update to Official ICS(unless u want too) until the bootloader has been cracked or something. :wacko:

It probably won't be. It isn't worth it. Image dumps serve the same purpose.

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It probably won't be. It isn't worth it. Image dumps serve the same purpose.

I flashed boot.img and system.img , and Random reboots and no signal ,no baseband

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I flashed boot.img and system.img , and Random reboots and no signal ,no baseband

Then the images will need some kind of modification. On CM9 and LiGux we had baseband and signal. Can you release these things somewhere? Where is the UPDATE.APP? Are you willing to release the script? (It would save you uploading the images...)

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The reason that the baseband isn't showing up must be because of the new radio image.

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The reason that the baseband isn't showing up must be because of the new radio image.

yeah

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Then the images will need some kind of modification. On CM9 and LiGux we had baseband and signal. Can you release these things somewhere? Where is the UPDATE.APP? Are you willing to release the script? (It would save you uploading the images...)

3.0.8 kernel, not the normal function, I use LIGUX V4

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Surely the new radio image can't be necessary as we have everything working mobile-wise on CM9 and LiGux.

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