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[JB][4.2.2] PAC Milestone 1 RC1 [05/08/13]

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it have self-rebooted only one time....

 

That could have been such a "3G reboot" due to the unofficial bootloader unlock.

I'm not sure if unofficial bootloader unlocking can cause other problems such as signal loss...?

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That could have been such a "3G reboot" due to the unofficial bootloader unlock.

I'm not sure if unofficial bootloader unlocking can cause other problems such as signal loss...?

 

I had the phone unlocked the unofficial way and had signal loss. After official unlocking I got rid of 3G reboots and signal loss on the same ROM.

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I had the phone unlocked the unofficial way and had signal loss. After official unlocking I got rid of 3G reboots and signal loss on the same ROM.

Ok, i` have done the unofficial unlock, what should i do? How can i do the official unlock like you?

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ok...as soon the Huawei is going to mail me the unlock code i`m going to do that...hopefully is going to solve the issue

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ok...as soon the Huawei is going to mail me the unlock code i`m going to do that...hopefully is going to solve the issue

 

It can be a pain and take many attempts to get the code from Huawei.

In the meantime you could try DC Unlocker which may do it for you for free or for just €1 (or $1?).

 

http://www.modaco.com/topic/362821-tutorial-how-to-officially-unlock-the-bootloader-with-definitions-relock-guide-included/page-17#entry2168479

 

You will need to be on stock ICS (e.g. B952) when attempting this as is the case with the official unlocking tutorial.

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OK ..
I have a problem with this ROM .. I can not install it ... I use CWM 6.0.4.0  & when i flash this ROM and make a restart .. the phone get stuck on Huawei logo !
I tried another time without installing Gapps .. But it is the same result !

Even this happens with R21 & milestone versions ! 

before install i do :
wipe data
wipe cache 

wipe dilvalk cache 

 

                     Any solutions ???

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THX. dayler ..

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