Wind released the U8100 last week.
Even though they're close cousins, I'm not certain the Pulse Mini ROMs will work for it, since it may be opperating at a different band frequency (full AWS) to run on Wind's network. I was able to root the device using Paul's SuperBoot though, and install a launcher to replace Huawei's Canvas.
I am, however, getting problems removing stock apps. Though I have root, I can't seem to get permissions to ADB anything as a superuser. I get errors like "permission denied" and "adb root cannot run as root in production builds". So I'm pretty much lost, since the most tampering I've ever done with any computer stuff is trying making a texture pack for Morrowind.
Any ideas what could be going wrong on my end? I'm looking to do just a few simple (well not for me, heh) things, like removing:
PhotoAblumWidget.apk .odex (Note the spelling error)
And replacing the stock Music application with Eliot Stocker's Music Mod 1.6.
Any idea why I can't run ADB commands like mount, in order to remove these apps? Any help could be appreciated. I've also extracted what was in the phone and uploaded Huawei's updata file to a faster host, if anyone wants to take a look.
I'm going to try to find out why I can't use adb to its fullest, despite having installed the full SDK, installed drivers, and rooted my phone.
Edit: Haha, I must have been doing something wrong in the early hours of the morning, because adb works. I guess a decent sleep helps! Removed Huawei's locked apps, and the phone seems to perform better. I'm just glad ServoSearch is gone.
Edited by Lyphen, 27 August 2010 - 01:17 AM.