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After running Unlockbootloader.exe - only boot logo :(

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I have (should have;)) B926 ROM with root. CWM I needed so I used UNLOCKBOOTLOADER.EXE.

After rebooting and disconnecting the battery I just kept the boot logo.

Running B926 UPDATE.APP ( In the "dload" ): Update failed.

Running B892 UPDATE.APP ( In the "dload" ): Update failed.

The command "reboot-bootloader" - works.

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C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>fastboot reboot-bootloader

rebooting into bootloader...

OKAY [ -0.000s]

finished. total time: -0.000s

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The command "adb devices" - does not work:

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C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>adb devices

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

List of devices attached

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Before UNLOCKBOOTLOADER.EXE was okay adb devices:

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C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>adb devices

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

List of devices attached

20F3A3E42E7E device

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COMMANDS I can - I'm learning.

I am an eternal beginner so please be patient.

You advise please?

Thank you!

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CWM works? If not, maybe can you flash it? Have you ROM backup (zip)?

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No - CWM does not work.

I have nothing - only the boot logo.

Connect to a PC = O.K.

ICS have a backup B926.

Only backup B892 - but it is probably useless.

Can I somehow to flash via the command line?

Please guide too ... Thank you!

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check sticky theme about CWM

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What happens if you pull the battery then replace it and hold Vol. up and power on the phone (keep holding Vol. up)? You should then get recovery, either stock or CWM, from here you should be able to do a factory reset/wipe and then try booting again.

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efix_LT : check sticky theme about CWM

Very please link. I know a little English - badly looking for. Thank you!

Hpez :

Everything tested.

CWM or original Huawei Recovery - it is not. Thank you.

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I have no idea what you mean, sorry.

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For it can Google Translator: (

I can not English.

I'm sorry ...

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I think his post meant - CWM, nor Huawei recovery, does not work.

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Thank you "ScutulatusCrotalus".

Victory - here:

Thank you all!

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Sorry for bringing this up again, but i have to ask...

C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>adb devices

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

List of devices attached

20F3A3E42E7E device

20F3A3E42E7E is the serial number of your device????

I followed the tutorial on huaweig300.com to install slimbean. Everything worked fine, but i got random reboots, and from what i've read later it was from the hacked bootloader (i've hacked it not knowing there is an official way).

When i've got back to stock (tu find the product id) i've got zero imei and 20F3A3E42E7E as my serial number (the one written on the back of my phone being different).

So...what is the problem with this code? Can it be fixed?

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Sorry for bringing this up again, but i have to ask...

20F3A3E42E7E is the serial number of your device????

I followed the tutorial on huaweig300.com to install slimbean. Everything worked fine, but i got random reboots, and from what i've read later it was from the hacked bootloader (i've hacked it not knowing there is an official way).

When i've got back to stock (tu find the product id) i've got zero imei and 20F3A3E42E7E as my serial number (the one written on the back of my phone being different).

So...what is the problem with this code? Can it be fixed?

See here:

http://www.modaco.co...20#entry2146719

Also - regarding the original query - the original poster probably should use the official bootloader unlock instead of the old one that installs the (inherently unlocked) GB bootloader and can cause problems (3G reboots etc) on ICS:

http://www.modaco.com/topic/362821-tutorial-how-to-officially-unlock-the-bootloader-with-definitions-relock-guide-included/

Hope this helps.

Edited by dalyer
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