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Want to completely restore to stock ICS

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Hello everyone and thank you for taking your time to read this post.

My phone is a huawei ascend g300 on cyanogenmod 10.1 with cwm touch hybrid and obviously a bootloader unlock.

Okay so basically what i wanna do is remove all of this custom stuff and I would like to restore to default bootloader, default recovery and default ics stock ROM. I've seen these links but i would like someone to explain it as simple as they can for me with steps if possible ^_^

Thank you :)

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Download the stock firmware and place it on the external SD card in a folder called dload. then turn the phone off. turn the phone back on while holding both the volume buttons and a progress bar should appear. leave it to finish and you should be done! this has worked for me every time so far. good luck :P

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thanks very much for the advice

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This work?, and where can I download the stock firmware from, the site huaweig300 no longer supplies the download for recovery b952?

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Well... depends what language / version you need! Ill have a dig around quickly it was all on a thread in xda somewhere...

Here...

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1928012

Or if your looking for the zip version

http://www.modaco.com/topic/359494-rom-official-roms-u8815u8818/

Remember if your downgrading you need to reflash basebands it can be done via cwm. With this...

http://www.modaco.com/topic/361310-downgrade-upgrade-from-recovery/

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This work?, and where can I download the stock firmware from, the site huaweig300 no longer supplies the download for recovery b952?

Not sure what you mean by "the site huaweig300 no longer supplies the download for recovery b952" but the B952 stock update.app is still available for download from Huawei:

http://www.huaweidevice.com/worldwide/downloadCenter.do?method=toDownloadFile&flay=software&softid=NDcwMjk=

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--solved-- delete it please :)

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