You could try using the same steps and code but with the stock ROM thats designed for your phone.
you may need to change a few lines of code to mathch any differences in your ROM, this should solve the Sim problems.
I did that with the stock rom thats designed for my phone, the one downloaded from huawei's page in the first place, also did that with the one from movistar and it keeps showing me the t-mobile logo and still didnt ask for mi pin numbre, like no sim card is pluged-in, how can i know what files do i need to change names to? :S
also, i tried to recover via adb my backup but i cant do it, i get an "error: more than one device and emulator", and when i do adb devices shows 2 lines like this
the android-sdk is not running and the phone is on. Any ideas?
EDIT i restart my computer and now i can access via adb and run the nandroid-mobile.sh restore but it didnt work it says that didnt find a backup, (im of course in the backup folder in the adb shell) so i think i screwed my new phone
EDIT2: followed this guide http://forum.xda-dev...ad.php?t=532719
and i could restore the settings and all my data, however it stills shows the t-mobile logo at the startup and didnt recognize the sim... and the yoigo udata.app from huawei still doesnt work so i dont know what to do next.
Edited by Hamijo, 07 August 2010 - 10:48 PM.