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[SOLVED] Can't Downgrade / Upgrade UPDATE.app HELP

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SOLVED: Use for GB or ICS the update.apps from here http://huaweimobile.com.au/support/mobile-phones

 

this is what i get with EVERY update.app

 

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similar problem to this problem: http://www.modaco.com/topic/362999-attempting-downgrade-to-gingerbread/

 

Also, I can't seem to be able to boot into recovery.

 

I have tried 3 Middle Packages, only 1 was succesful.

 

1. Downgrade from ICS to GB for Vodafone U8815 (B895) - Failure

2. U8815 middle package (1,52 kb) from here http://www.modaco.com/topic/355873-guidepossibly-a-new-rom-downgrade-upgrade-tool-found/

4. U8815 V100R001C86B944 - SUCCES only middle package

 

ANY SOLUTION?

 

Also here is what i get from the sd_update.log

filename = /mmc1/dload/update.app 
SD download finished!
filename = /mmc1/dload/update.app 
new partition same as old.
call RCV_MODULE_END_EVENT failed,module = OEMSBL_VER_LIST
QCSBLHD_CFGDATA fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = QCSBLHD_CFGDATA
QCSBLHD_CFGDATA fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = QCSBLHD_CFGDATA
QCSBLHD_CFGDATA fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = QCSBLHD_CFGDATA
QCSBLHD_CFGDATA fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = QCSBLHD_CFGDATA
QCSBLHD_CFGDATA fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = QCSBLHD_CFGDATA
CMD=0xf,moduleaddr = 0xf0000000, len_tmp=0x2524
dload_sd_ram_data_proc->(retry >= DLOAD_RETRY) failed!
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SOLVED: Use for GB or ICS the update.apps from here http://huaweimobile.com.au/support/mobile-phones

 

Not sure that this is a good idea for those not in Oz?

I though that Oz ROMs had a different RIL which may not be suitable for use in other regions?

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I don't know, flashing the update.app worked for me at least, any other update.app didnt work at all.

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