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need some help

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i was on infusion b06 and tryed to downgrade. i followed http://www.modaco.com/topic/356806-guide-upgrade-and-downgrade-the-g300-between-gb-ics-and-jb-with-downloads/

THIS IS YOUR LAST WARNING
  • Download and Extract the GB or ICS Upgrade Downgrade Toolkit (Also works for JB users on CM10 too.)
  • Connect the phone via USB to the computer and turn USB Storage to ON
  • Replace the 5irom folder on your SDCard and or Phone's Internal Memory with the one in this toolkit. You will need to rename it from "5irom_0" to "5irom"
  • Turn USB Storage OFF and remove the USB Cable, Once done reboot the phone.
  • Once rebooted, run the app "5IRomToolBox" and press "Restore IEMI" and then "Ok" (If promoted allow SU permissions)
  • When prompted reboot your phone, By holding the Power Button down and selecting "Reboot"
  • The device will then begin a reboot loop this will go through many different stages and can take up to 5 minutes.

and after that my phone entered CWM and gave me E:invalid command error...and won't get out of it.

i tried to restore my backup but it's still the same

what should i do?

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Posted · Report post

you should try putting clockwork back on

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you should try putting clockwork back on

i'm a newbie, can you show me how to do that?

following this guide? is it safe?http://blog.podtwo.c...awei U8815.html

and after that? cause now it won't enter the rom

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Posted · Report post

just use a newer version

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I had the E:invalid command error after installing a vendor update app.

Couldn't boot phone or restore any backups. Found that I could install another rom with CWM though.

So might be your best bet.

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i didn't reinstall the cwm, i've just followed the tutorial and now i am on b884 unbranded...but now when i verify for ota it say there is no available updates but in my country voda has b895 update...i've read that i must install some vodafone addons to unlock the ota...how do i do that?

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