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Help with G300.

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Sorry for making so many topics. I'm new to Android and I'm really doing awfully.

I bought a brand new Vodafone G300 from Amazon. I was running Stock+ B960 and I tried to follow http://www.modaco.co...lock-your-g300/ this guide to unlock the phone. I backed up my IMEI and then restored the modified IMEI files. I then went to restart my phone, but instead of starting back up it just boots in CWM Recovery.

How can I get the phone to boot back into a state where I can restore my original IMEI stuff?

Thank you

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Sorry for making so many topics. I'm new to Android and I'm really doing awfully.

I bought a brand new Vodafone G300 from Amazon. I was running Stock+ B960 and I tried to follow http://www.modaco.co...lock-your-g300/ this guide to unlock the phone. I backed up my IMEI and then restored the modified IMEI files. I then went to restart my phone, but instead of starting back up it just boots in CWM Recovery.

How can I get the phone to boot back into a state where I can restore my original IMEI stuff?

Thank you

ehhh....Stock + is not a Stock ROM, it's a custom ROM!!!

OP says....

Its only working when you are in stock rom

YOU DO IT AT ONLY YOUR RISK!!!

quite clearly....and the thread is full of ppl who run into trouble....why do it??

unlocking network is only a small outlay, €5/6....

you should read through the thread, Frankish seems to have a handle, maybe you need to flash Stock Huawei ROM???

But read it, and see if you can retrieve the situation.!!

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Here is unlock requests at 5.59 usd

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To be honest for £5/6 it is far safer to get an unlock code. A number changes happen to the phone, which where never advised on the thread!

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I also bought a locked phone in Vodafone and I needed to use in another network and I unlocked it using the same method as OP and the phone is unlocked in every ROM, not just the stock ones.

@Murdouken - Wike Data/Factory Reset and you are all set. :)

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