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Try reading this, you might be doing something wrong

http://huaweig300.com/


Already tried that. Doesn't work because i don't know what baseband i have, but most important when i start the phone using vol down key the computer doesn't detect it. I changed the USB port, the cable, SD card, checked the drivers ..... nothing.

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Can you boot into stock recovery? That is pull battery and wait 5 seconds. Reinsert battery and then press Volume UP button and Power button at the same time. Keep holding both for a few secs after phone starts. Do you see the phone's recovery menu? If so try clear cache (can't remember if that option is available in standard recovery though). If that doesn't work try reset to factory default as a last resort. That will reformat data and cache partitions.

Edited by Hogweed, 22 December 2012 - 06:17 PM.

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Can you boot into stock recovery? That is pull battery and wait 5 seconds. Reinsert battery and then press Volume UP button and Power button at the same time. Keep holding both for a few secs after phone starts. Do you see the phone's recovery menu? If so try clear cache (can't remember if that option is available in standard recovery though). If that doesn't work try reset to factory default as a last resort. That will reformat data and cache partitions.



Yes i can boot into to recovery mode, but this is the only thing i get in recovery mode :

E: failed to mount /cache ( invalid argument )
E: can't mount /cache / recovery / comand
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can't mount data /fota/ ipth-muc.prop.

As for the restore factory default.... no can do because the phone doesn't boot completely, freezes on the Huawei logo. Is there another way to do that ?

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So, this means that i got my self a bricked phone ?

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Got it fixed. I send it to warranty and they changed the main board. It seams the the memory module was fried ( or something like this ).

Thank you all who were kind enough and tried to help: :)

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Woke up this morning and my G300 is doing the exact same thing. Gutted.

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Woke up this morning and my G300 is doing the exact same thing. Gutted.


If you have warranty i suggest to leave it up to them. On mine they changed the motherboard.

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Ohh.... Can't we fix this.... ? I have no warranty what can I do. :wacko: :blink:

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Ohh.... Can't we fix this.... ? I have no warranty what can I do. :wacko: :blink:


Get a new phone or change the mainboard. On mine it was a fried memory module.

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Same problem here, I sent it to the Huawei repair centre in Norwich, UK and they promptly sent it back unfixed with a note saying I had invalidated the warranty and the phone had sustained physical damage due to third party software (CWM, Infusion) being present on the phone (now brick). I then tried to put in a complaint and got the call centre run around until I gave up even doing that. £100 for a phone that lasted one year and two months.


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