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Bricked my phone !! :( After Unlook bootloader on GB. (RESOLVED!!!!!)

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I pull the cable to fast from the phone now i got bootsplash reboots.

reinstall update.app looks like it dont work:(

please anybody can help me:(

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there are lots of other threads on this with advice. if i were you i would look at them first...

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thanks searching now.

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Gingerbread comes with an unlocked bootloader?

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jeah i forgot this.

but now i dont find the middle packege

official downgrade method dont work :/

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middlepacked by huawei dont work :( :(

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I haven't got a clue because I haven't used any of the middle packages or downgrade methods or anything because I haven't needed to.

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mate, looks like the japanse b926 help me out. it work now again. (Makes sense because i bricked the bootloader :D and the b926 updateted the boot loader :D

No i went back to gb and is it right that the gb888 bootloader is free? so i only need to flash root and then cwm? Because i would like to use atomic mod

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well the stock bootloader when the device is bought is unlocked so yes it should be but youll know anyway as soon as you try to flash anything if it's locked or not.

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thanks. dont get it why say the on huaweig300.com the bootloader on gb is looked-.-

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haven't got a clue but it most certainly does not until updated to the new bootloader.

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Now is everthing ok. I am on atomic so much faster than ics.

I just rooted the b888 and push via adb the cwm to the phone then the normal way;)

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Good good!

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