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Need help in making a flashable zip of update.app

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I need some help from you guys. I have an official update.app of B175 (Indian version) firmware for Huawei Ascend Y300. Since I was rooted and have a TWRP recovery I could not able to update the firmware by normal methods (pink screen shown everytime).

So I have to know how to make the flashable zip of Huawei firmwares. Please posts the methods you guys have known.

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w-WHAT??

dude, you clearly have trouble with English, which is why you've had trouble getting whatever you wanted done.. lemme try explaining this bit in hindi

1) B190 update karne ka koi zarurat nai hai..

2) FUSIONX ka rom ek baar dal kar dekh le..

3) B190 ka firmware pehele download kar, uske baad TWRP me "Restore" button dwara B190 install kar le

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First of all you can use the normal method(By holding VOL+ & - with power) to flash the official firmware after that you can redo the process for getting a recovery and ofcourse Root.

Secondly if you wanna do all the things by your self then Fallow this Guide to unpack UPDATE.APP then use dsixda's Android Kitchen to make/modify your ROM(the kitchen can't make a perfect updater-script, so you may encounter lots of problems in flashing that ROM.

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First of all you can use the normal method(By holding VOL+ & - with power) to flash the official firmware after that you can redo the process for getting a recovery and ofcourse Root.

Secondly if you wanna do all the things by your self then Fallow this Guide to unpack UPDATE.APP then use dsixda's Android Kitchen to make/modify your ROM(the kitchen can't make a perfect updater-script, so you may encounter lots of problems in flashing that ROM.

Normal method fails for me everytime. I will try the manual method..

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Normal method fails for me everytime. I will try the manual method..

Don't waste your time in doing that. Just flash a custom ROM.

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Now normal method works after formatting the SD card with FAT32 file format and putting the UPDATE.APP inside of dload folder in the root of the SD card.

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