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Force Upgrade Problem

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I'm having a problem with my Y300-0100.

I used a OEMINFO-HACK Tool with a TWRP recovery and a locked bootloader. But when I tried to update, it doesn't show any text and it stops one third of the bar. I tried unlocking the bootloader with my unlock code but it didn't accept it.

Please help!


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Ask huawei for another code it's maybe incorrect It should be like this:(I don't know if unlocking the bootloader will fix it but it seems to be the problem from your post :http://www.modaco.com/topic/360716-oeminfo-hack-tool-v10-install-any-updateapp-20032013/page__st__60#entry2130021)

Some people have reported that Huawei send the wrong unlock codes, the code is a hexadecimal code (I think). The only things that you can have in the code is:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 A B C D E F

An example code is:



Edited by u8815-15

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I already told them that they sent me the "wrong" code, but they said that it was correct. Maybe it's because of my IMEI.


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